I have taken my regular Dutch Baby recipe and given it a spin for Fall by adding some (very few!) browned butter apples.
(or loaf!) My goal in creating this recipe was to keep carbs as low as possible by minimizing the amount of almond flour used while also creating a texture that wasn’t eggy, but was soft and tender on the inside and a bit crusty on the outside.
Dried cranberries are a great way to preserve the flavors of the holiday season for use in baked goods or added to salads or other savory dishes. Cranberries dry best when cut or pierced. My recipe simplifies the process by tossing them into a food processor and pulsing […]
Navigate the Holidays with My Survival Guide Have you had a hard time with holidays and the social events in the past? Or maybe you’ve had great success and don’t want to lose momentum. It can be hard to stay on track during the holidays. Sign up for […]
Enjoy tangy barbecue sauce with rich smoked gouda cheese dip all on top of a burger and some bacon. Someone called the smoked gouda dip “pimiento cheese for adults” and well, I can’t disagree!
At only 2.5g carbs, this low carb biscuit is the perfect compliment to your meal. It’s also quick and easy to put together.
Traditional tabbouleh is made with bulgur, which is cracked whole wheat. I have taken the traditional flavors of mint and parsley and used hemp seed hearts to make this a delicious, grain free dish perfect for a low carb side dish.
This tangy, sweet summer delight is the best part of a key lime pie! Rich and creamy full-fat ice cream that’s also sugar free is so luscious that a small serving is plenty satisfying. Garnish with fresh limes or lime zest for even more flavor. If you don’t […]
Whipped Lemon Yogurt Mousse was our dessert while traveling in Italy. After the first bite, David asked, “Can you make this?” This is the man who doesn’t love yogurt. I whipped it up within 36 hours of arriving home and we ate it up within 24 hours! It’s […]
Cottage cheese ice cream? Hear me out! Even if you don’t love cottage cheese, you might really like this high protein ice cream, especially if you like cheesecake. The cottage cheese is blended until smooth. When combined with the other ingredients, it makes a wonderful, creamy high protein […]
Sugar-free German Chocolate Cake has all of the flavors of traditional German Chocolate Cake with only a small fraction of carbs.
If you’re looking to add delicious, quality protein to your diet, try this quick and easy minute muffin that has fewer than 2.5 grams of total carbs per serving!
One-bowl, sugar-free, flavor-full Not sure what I love more about this one-bowl brownie recipe. The serving is a good size, the macros are great, they’re quick and easy to make, they’re fudgy when cooled, and David gobbled them up. You could pick one of those or we could […]
Who doesn’t love a simple no-bake pie?! And this pie, rich with buttery, toasted pecans, is a real treat! My mom especially loves the flavors of butter pecan, and this dessert is one of her favorites. Pecans are one of my favorites because it takes me back to […]
You’ll want to make this easy, but impressive dessert! Create it in stages and serve as individual servings or in an 11″ by 13″ dish. The cookie wafers can be made in advance. You’ll also want to assemble this sugar-free tiramisu at least 4-6 hours ahead of time […]
If, like me, you’ve fallen in love with making your own homemade vanilla extract, then you might also be interested in learning how to make a sugar-free Vanilla Paste. Vanilla paste can be used just like extract, but takes only a month or so to be ready to […]
In another lifetime, I was famous for my traditional peach cobbler. For over 9 years that cobbler has been but a memory. Are peaches low carb? Recently, by some twist of fate, it became apparent to me that 100 grams of peaches was about 9.5 total carbs. An […]
A friend and I were messaging when she said that her daughter wanted ice cream and she wanted an iced coffee. Her son suggested a sugar-free coffee float. And that, my friends, is where the Keto Mocha Latte Float began. Within minutes, I was texting her a picture […]
If making the perfect Chili Dog is on your mind, then I’ve got you. This chili is meant to be served over a burger or hot dog.
Spongy, soft white bread rolls that are also low carb? Yes please!
Love homemade ice cream? My Higher Protein Vanilla Ice Cream isn’t necessarily high in protein or low in fat, but when compared to most keto ice cream recipes, it is much lower in fat and higher in protein. This recipe relies on eggs and lower fat Greek yogurt […]
This Sugar-free Lavender Lemonade is perfect for spring! The natural pink flavor makes it ideal for showers and weddings.
This recipe for Sheet Pan Fajitas was first published in my book, Growing Up Keto, because it’s perfect for busy families. Not only do you simply toss all of the ingredients in a mild fajita seasoning, but you spread it in a single layer on a rimmed baking […]
David adores smoked Gouda cheese, so when I spied a Smoked Gouda Cheese dip at the deli, I brought it home to him as a treat. It was love at first bite! The ingredients list on the package was pretty simple, so I decided to DIY the recipe. […]
If you love eggnog, you’re in luck! It’s pretty easy to make keto if you keep these four things in mind. First, limit the booze as your body will burn alcohol before burning other calories. Second, treat this recipe as a dessert, which means pay attention to portions […]
Every recipe I share is one that at least one person in my family has enjoyed, and most are approved by a 3-1 majority. I would never share a recipe we don’t like, but I will admit that some are instant winners. This recipe is an instant winner! […]
If you’re struggling to find tasty low-carb foods that won’t break the budget, that don’t require hours in the kitchen, and that fit your unique lifestyle, then this new cooking community can help. I see the struggle. You want to lose weight, improve your health, have more energy […]
More and more of us are spending time enjoying mother nature. And whether you’re sleeping under the stars in a hammock, snuggled into a tent, glamping in a blinged out RV, or somewhere in between, you’ve gotta eat! Traditional on-the-go foods are made to be convenient and shelf […]
If you haven’t had a cobbler from a Southern kitchen in the heat of summer, then you ain’t had a cobbler. There. I said it. This is a low carb version of the Southern cobbler I’ve made for decades. One of my signature desserts. It’s the dessert that […]
Tomato pie, ahhh!!! It’s a Southern summer thang. It’s rich and decadent and it tastes like summer the way June bugs, lightning bugs and bare fee are summer. I fell in love with tomato pie when I was a carb eater. There’s likely a little of the high […]
At our house, Mr. Keto makes the wings. The entire family loves it when he smokes fresh wings on the Big Green Egg. Even though we’ve tried a lot of flavors over the years, we always come back to a classic, Parmesan Garlic Wings. We’ve made this for […]
Low fat dairy? On a keto page? You’re thinking I’ve officially lost my mind. Well…maybe. But these creamy higher protein cheesecakes are definitely not low fat, but I did manage to get the protein grams slightly higher than fat grams per serving, which is pretty exciting for anyone […]
Do you love chicken salad as much as I do? It’s incredibly versatile and often tastes better the day after it’s made. I call that food that waits for me! And food that waits is the very best kind. Whether you enjoy it as a wrap or on […]
The convenience of a handheld wrap cannot be underestimated. Whether you’re eating breakfast on the go and want to wrap up a classic bacon, egg, and cheese combo or you need to pack a lunch, or you’re looking for a way to make low carb, high-protein enchiladas, fajitas, […]
So pleased to join Dr. Mark Cucuzella to create this free ebook, Low-carb for Any Budget. We stuffed it with information about getting started on low carb and included shopping lists along with two dozen simple recipes to help you get started. All of the ingredients in these […]
Most people could benefit by beginning to track what they currently eat, if they don’t already. Personally, I was surprised that I was eating as much fat as I was. Liberally using butter, soft cheeses, cream cheese, olive oil, bacon fat, avocado oil, cream, and fatty meats had […]
Higher protein keto involves prioritizing protein at every meal and with snacks. Higher protein keto is not low fat. It’s still keto. The ratios tend to be something like 5% calories from carbs, 35% calories from protein, and 60% calories from fat. In practical terms, if you’re eating […]
If you’re rolling along on your keto journey, losing weight, wearing smaller clothes, and feeling good, then keep rolling right along. Don’t let anyone stop you. If you’ve been bumping along more than rolling, then you may want to consider making some tweaks to your meals. Let’s walk […]
A velvety chocolate mousse filling snuck between a crisp pecan crust and a fluffy whipped cream topping is the stuff of low carb pie dreams! If you love chocolate, this easy to make pie will easily put a smile on your face. Don’t be deterred by the multiple […]
Toddler Grace was obsessed with following daddy and helping him fix things (she still enjoys it). They were “fixing” her trike. I snapped this photo from an upstairs window, and am still moved by the sweet happiness in their faces. What you can’t see in this photo are […]
Hippocrates had it right. When I started eating meats, veggies, full fat dairy, and eggs, my health improved dramatically. I was around 270 lbs, wearing a size 24, and taking OTC and prescription pain meds.My life was limited by the pain. The physical pain of my back–limited amounts […]
I’m excited to include my Keto Dough ebook in the Keto Lifestyle 3.0 package. While you can still purchase the Keto Dough ebook for $6.99, the Keto Lifestyle 3.0 bundle is only available for the next week, and for that week the Keto Dough ebook will be part of […]
Are you excited for the Big Game next weekend? Are you perhaps also a little afraid that the “Super” party you are going to won’t have much for Keto Friendly options? Well as always we want you to have options…so we’ve bundled up a batch of our delicious […]
No boxes! This may be one of my LEAST popular posts. I’m okay with that. I chose these photos because I’m considering making one of these four recipes. And, it occurred to me these were all things I’d bought in the past. Cocoa roasted almonds Scones Chocolate peanut […]
Do you miss bread? Pretzels? Crackers? After losing 100 lbs on keto, I have frequently said, “Ask me if I miss bread?” And I certainly don’t miss the high carb breads that made me tired, sick, and obese. But a lot of people who eat low-carb or keto […]
Gingerbread is a cookie and peppermint mocha is a coffee, right? Well…maybe they started out that way, but life is ever-evolving, right? What if you could make gingerbread ice cream? Take a creamy, custardy ice cream base, amp up the gingerbread spices and sprinkle in some gingerbread cookie […]
I love to smell soup simmering on the stove.The flavors are melding into perfection as the meat becomes more tender. It makes a house smell like home when the soup pot is full. Soup is also practical and utilitarian. Not only is it warming in winter, but it’s […]
A Dutch baby reminds me that it’s often the little things that are most delightful. Just a few simple ingredients, takes minutes to whip up, and can be modified to accommodate different flavors—what’s not to love? The original Dutch baby I created for Keto Living Day by […]
Making and decorating gingerbread cookies is almost more fun than eating. Actually it IS more fun to make and decorate them. My low-carb Gingerbread cookies are an excellent way to keep family baking traditions without sacrificing your keto diet. My recipe suggests using hazelnut flour which is lower […]
Christmas and cheese straws were always synonymous for me. I loved the salty crunch and the slight heat from the cayenne. In fact, I loved them too much, and once ate an entire bag on the 10 minute drive home from the grocery store. That was in my […]
No matter how you slice it, a sweet potato isn’t gonna be a great keto option, especially when you want to enjoy other foods for Thanksgiving. That’s why I’m calling this recipe a substitute without any cutesy faux tato names. When it comes to taste and texture, pumpkin […]
We all love fresh turkey freshly roasted, but what can you do with the 6 lbs of meat left from the 12 lb turkey on Thanksgiving day? We have lots of tasty ideas for you that will make your family thankful for leftovers. These are favorites that sometimes use […]
While working on Growing Up Keto, we realized we had to trim down the recipes. We simply could not fit in everything we wanted to include. Among the recipes that didn’t make the cut were these adorable and tasty mini-layer cakes. They have simple ingredients and take mere […]
Hey guys! I put together a NEW shopping list for Growing Up Keto so that you can be well prepared for when you have the book in your hot little hands. If any of you who have the book already, have suggestions for things to add, I’m all […]
Kale salad?Yeah, that’s the look David gave me when he saw me creating this recipe. He doesn’t love kale. To be honest, I don’t love it raw. But I had this vision. And Diet Doctor asked me to create a Thanksgiving side. So there I was massaging the […]
Would you like the recipes for this cake and a few more? 😘 Well…recently I shared a post about all of the recipes in Growing Up Keto and I shared that we had to limit desserts. I had FOUR cake recipes and FOUR frosting recipes. And those cakes […]
Curious about the new book, Growing Up Keto, and whether you might enjoy it? We put together this “inside” view to help you get a sneak peek. One of the biggest challenges when writing is deciding content. It’s all important, right? But there is a page limit. Our […]
It’s the season y’all. Recently I realized I was running out of sweetener and cinnamon. Today, I’m low on almond flour and vanilla extract in photo (don’t worry, I’ve got another bottle waiting.) And all of that reminded me that it’s time for me to take inventory of […]
Where’s Kristie? FB won’t like this, but let’s be honest. I don’t love their platform. I haven’t loved it for some time, and I can understand why some people are limiting, or leaving, social media. One of the biggest frustrations for me is that y’all don’t see everything […]
So impressive and so easy! If you can separate an egg, and you can, then you can easily make this classic dessert. I’ll confess to being one of those who nearly always skipped the water bath. Please don’t! The texture is so much better if you let those […]
Our meal prep this weekend. Double batch of Chipotle Chicken salad (Crazy Busy Keto and website), Curried Chicken (Journey to Health) and David used the Big Green Egg to smoke a pork butt which I’ll shred and use for pulled pork tomorrow night and use the leftovers to […]
Growing Up Keto! The four of us are fixing to open the first print copy of our book. Join us?
A salad! I rarely eat salads but when I do… Gotta make sure of three things 1. Keep carbs low. 2. Get adequate protein. 3. Have sufficient fat. Tasting good is a requirement too of course. So…I pulled everything out of the fridge and found Leftover pork tenderloin […]
This low carb coffee cake is simple to make in spite of the need for two mixing bowls. There’s a layer of cheesecake hidden between two layers of cake. The pecan, cinnamon, sweetener topping gives a great texture and crunch. Be sure to put the pecans on top […]
Smoked pumpkin? David thought I was nuts but when he tasted what I made, he was pleasantly surprised. See for yourself just a few of the things you can make with smoked pumpkin.
There are two recipes for pumpkin fudge here! The first uses coconut oil and the second is White Chocolate Pumpkin Fudge. Both are less than 1 carb per serving! Pumpkin Spice Fudge (version 1) 6 ounces coconut oil 4 ounces butter, salted (ghee for dairy free) ½ cup […]
My frittata helped David survive Keto—yes the man doesn’t eat eggs but he eats frittatas because I hide the eggs in stuff he does like. Baked in a large casserole, it’s easy to slice into different portions. He grabs out a portion and often eats it on the […]
When it’s not quite fall, but Pumpkin Spice is in the air, we get caught between two seasons here in North Carolina. It’s still too hot for dessert coffees, but wishful thinking has us longing for the sweaters and pumpkins and that ubiquitous Starbucks Frappuccino Pumpkin flavored sugar-laden […]
What if I told you that you could enjoy pumpkin spice coffee AND a pumpkin spice minute muffin AND be completely within keto macros? Happy season of Pumpkin Spice Everything! Makes 2 servings 4 total carbs each 2 tablespoons butter, salted 2 tablespoons sweetener 1 tablespoon coconut flour […]
Nut-Free and Low Carb? Oh yes! Moist and rich and tastes like fall y’all! Perfect Low Carb Pumpkin Spice Muffins Nut-free and gluten-free 4 ounces butter, room temp 4 ounces cream cheese 3/4 cup Sukrin Gold, brown sugar substitute (order at http://www.sukrinusa.com ) 5 eggs ½ cup pumpkin […]
Pumpkin Spice and everything nice! Yeah, I know that Starbucks has rolled out their sugar laden fall fiasco, and I’ve got ya. WE’VE got this! In fact, I’m going to be sharing pumpkin spice recipes with you all month long–we’ve got a pumpkin spice margarita, a muffin, some […]
In this edition of Sunday with the Sullivans…… Cooking with grease?! Yes, but which kind? It matters. Learn more with us!
Tonight, I’m telling you how to cheat to stay on plan. 😉😘 No I don’t mean cheat as in higher carbs….I mean cheat as in quick easy meals that will help keep you on plan.
This basic muffin recipe is really versatile. I’ve used it for a quick pound cake loaf as well. The texture is great and this is super low carb using the same ingredients I use. 1/3 cup whey protein isolate 1/3 cup oat fiber (or 2 tablespoons coconut flour) […]
I posted this wonderful recipe on youtube way back in 2015…but I have to tell ya…it’s just as delicious today as it was back then. A Meatzza simply uses a meat crust. We use hamburger and sausage for this crust and then top with our favorite pizza toppings. […]
OK, first thing Posset is an English pudding….and it’s sort of like a science experiment and it tastes amazing! The lemon flavor has 3 ingredients. 1. Cream (2 cups)2. Sweetener (1/3 cup)3. Lemon juice (1/4 cup) And then there’s chocolate version… Cream (2 cups) Sweetener (1/3 cup) Chocolate […]
National Cheesecake day is a day worth celebrating indeed! We love cheesecake. For Jonathan, his favorite is a plain, classic vanilla. No fuss. David adores the Carrot Cake Cheesecake with the frosting on top. Me, I’m the pumpkin cheesecake girl, and Grace says she won’t discriminate by picking a favorite. Grab […]
We just returned from a 4 day, 3 night getaway at Bear Den on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and in this episode we share what we ate and some tips for eating keto while traveling. With the pandemic it’s tough to vacation this year but if you can […]
On this week’s episode we’re celebrating G’s birthday and we’ll show you how to save a lot of money by making your own parm crisps in minutes and flavor them up! We will show y’all how. 😘
The Restaurant version of this recipe uses small shrimp that are breaded and fried, but after trying it with suateed shrimp, I realize that the magic is really in the sauce and not in the breading. The sauce is simple and uses common ingredients. It is super easy […]
Wanna make fried bologna and cheese “sandwiches”? On this episode of Sunday with the Sullivans we show you a great new treat I’ve been making, tell you a little bit about what’s been happening this week…and we’ll get a “Growing Up Keto” update too. Thanks for all the […]
We’re testing recipes for “Growing Up Keto” and we’ve almost mastered a new low carb ice cream sandwiche recipe. We’ll take a look ahead to the Sullivan Family Summer and Winston even makes an appearance in the keto kitchen this week. Thanks for all the support we get […]
On this week’s LIVEcast we’re getting ready for the 4th of July and have a few tasty drinks you may want to try. We’ve got a “Grown Up” version with rum and Gracie helps with the “kid friendly” rumless drink. Find out what we’re drinking and get an […]
In this week’s edition of Sunday with the Sullivans we celebrate Father’s Day! David unveils the very special gift he received and some of the “fine print” that came a long with it. It’s also the 7 year anniversary of the day that Amazon delivered the book that […]
My classic Southern peach cobbler was always a hit, and it was also one of the simplest high carb recipes I made. Cup of flour, cup of sugar (shudder), and so on. Finally, I figured out how to make it low-carb! Please note that I call this low […]
Admittedly, this video is a disaster, but the recipe is solid, I promise!!! Could not wait to share this one!! It’s a dead ringer for the high carb version, but better. The cake is rich and chocolatey and moist and the icing is perfectly creamy! You will love […]
How many flavors of mason jar ice cream can we make?! My base recipe is on Diet Doctor, but we can show you lots of recipes. https://www.dietdoctor.com/recipes/keto-mason-jar-ice-cream Plus, it’s a big week for David. 😳 Join us! Thanks for all the support we get from all of our […]
Say cheese! No more clumpy gooey mess when making cheese sauce, right? You promise? Cheese sauce should be one of the easiest things you ever try to make, and it can be if you keep just a few things in mind. It’s all about the cheese! “This technique […]
Not your grandmother’s deviled eggs! Jalapenos and bacon and cream cheese take deviled eggs to a whole new level! Jalapeno Popper Deviled Eggs 1 dozen hard-boiled eggs, split and yolks removed 2 ounces cream cheese, room temperature ½ cup mayonnaise Link to Primal brand I use 1 tablespoon […]
This week we discussed the Top 5 things we’ve enjoyed while following Stay at Home or Safer at Home in NC. And…we discuss what’s next!! Thanks for all the support we get from all of our fans on each of our channels. If you only follow us on […]
These burgers were all the rage back in 2015 and they are still delicious today. We thought they would be a perfect addition to our website archives. Fill burgers with the best stuff! I used three different flavors–Italian, Mexican, and Philly cheese steak for three different hearty keto […]
TikTok is like a parallel universe, and I spent a tiny bit of time there in the past month, peeking in to see how the younger half lives. What caught my eye was this fun way to make a breakfast sandwich (you really have to watch to see […]
It’s another Sunday with the Sullivans! This is the weekly LIVECast where we welcome you into our home. Sometimes we are in the kitchen, sometimes in the living room, but always in the #Ketolifestyle. Tonight we are in the kitchen and cooking a “Better than the box Mac […]
Another great recipe for any large gathering or for a simple dinner. This recipe uses hamburger and Mexican sausage (chorizo) for an out of this world skillet bake. Serve it with fresh avocado, salsa or pico, and sour cream. Your guests will never know how simple it is–they […]
No espresso machine?? No problem! I felt bad after sharing my iced coffee from my espresso machine because not everyone has a machine. So I decided to figure out how to make a delicious iced coffee without any old espresso machine. Here ya go! 😘😘😘 Keto Iced Coffee […]
“Amy Berger is one of the smartest women I know. She’s fiery, funny, and real. You’ll find some of the most practical, no-nonsense information in the keto and low carb hemisphere on her website, http://www.tuitnutrition.com When I excitedly told her about Keto Together, our conversation quickly went down […]
My secret to long term success? Knowing what to eat without having to think about it. Don’t discount how important it is to create new habits. It was all dumb luck, but I created new habits by creating new meals. Beyond sheer determination, the single most important thing […]
Nothing is better for a quick, simple, hot meal made as a stir fry. Unlike our low and slow soups, a stir fry thrives on high heat. Whether you’re starting with chicken, beef, or pork, you want to crank up the heat, add some fat and seasonings and […]
Keto Together–Meat from a can? Absolutely! Shelf stable keto meals can be hard to find, especially when you’re looking for sufficient protein. Canned meats and seafood offer some pretty good options to build a meal. You can find chicken, tuna, salmon, shrimp, crab, sardines, oysters and other sources […]
Ready for a challenge? As if cooking from the recesses of your kitchen wasn’t enough…. I’ve got another challenge for you, especially if you’re a real traditionalist who doesn’t get more creative than adding pepperoni and cheese for pizza toppings. Meat Lovers, Margherita, Mushrooms and onions, Supreme, Super […]
Remember the story of Stone Soup? For those of us shopping only twice per month, that’s what this might feel like! Thankfully, it doesn’t take a lot of ingredients to make a flavorful, and filling, soup. Whether you prefer a brothy tomato-based soup or a hearty, creamy soup […]
Day 5 of #ketotogether introduces a Keto Casserole. Sweet G doesn’t love a casserole, so I started calling these ‘bakes’. Girl saw right through me! You’d think she’d be smart enough to love a one-pot-wonder like this, but she doesn’t wash the dishes and she doesn’t cook. One […]
Day 4 of #ketotogether and simple is still on the menu! If you don’t have a grill or the weather isn’t perfect for grilling, just use your oven instead. You could also choose one of the other 9 days to cook from. Days 1, 2 or 3 offer […]
If the idea of a hunk of meat for dinner doesn’t excite you, then we can’t be friends. “Hunk of meat” simply emphasizes the versatility of Day 3 of Keto Together. Pork, beef, or chicken–it really doesn’t matter what you use. If you have veggies that need using […]
Day 2 and we’re having breakfast for dinner y’all. And I don’t care if you don’t like omelets. Calling this recipe an omelet is like calling the Mona Lisa a painting. No friends, this is a masterpiece! Don’t believe me? SPECIAL NOTE: We are honored to have a […]
The fabulous Jackie Eberstein was generous to contribute this guest post to Keto Together, our 10 days of cooking through Covid-19 stay at home orders. Jackie’s words are indeed food for thought. She makes the idea of comfort food truly uncomfortable and offers options for what you can […]
Welcome to day 1 of Keto Together Sheet Pan Meal Dinner can’t be much more simple than this. Toss it together and let the oven do the work while you attend to other things. In this example, we’re using chicken legs or thighs, but sausage links, bratwurst, or […]
Are you excited to get started Cooking Keto Together? Just to assure you that you CAN do this and to give all you planners a plan, here’s an outline of 10 days of cooking #ketotogether. Don’t forget to share your meals as you create them using #ketotogether. You […]
Keto Together is a 10-day meal plan(ish) with “recipes” that are easy and versatile. Our goal is to work together to cook keto for the next 10 days using whatever we have on hand to create tasty dinners. Each day I’ll give you a basic “recipe” with suggestions […]
It’s time to Chow down on some Chowder! I looked in my pantry and pulled out some delicious ingredients to make this perfect low carb soup for a rainy weekend or cool evening. Here’s what I used: 4 tablespoons butter1/2 medium sized onion, chopped2 cups chopped cauli (include […]
Happy Easter Sunday from our family to yours. Find out how well are we surviving the Coronavirus “Stay at Home”? Take a quiz with us and learn about a new program we are considering that may hep you on your #KetoJourney.
Since you are probably not going out to the grocery store nearly as much right now, you need to be super efficient with what you buy and figure out how you can make everything last. In this video I talk about the vegetables that you may want to […]
My Low Carb Carrot Cake Cheesecake is a VERY popular recipe…especially around holidays. It is tasty delicious and of course KETO! Enjoy. Cake batter 2 cups almond flour (may sub 1/2 cup oat fiber for 1/2 cup almond flour) 6 tablespoons protein powder (whey or egg white, vanilla […]
You know those Susie Sunshine articles titled “10 Things You Must Do to Make Working from Home Awesome Even with Kids!”? featuring smiling parents and neatly groomed kids with sunshine streaming onto a clean desk. The mother dressed in a spotless white shirt? That’s not my family. None […]
During the “Stay at Home” order we aren’t going out to the grocery store as much…so what can we do to stay Keto? Well I decided to raid my pantry to see what I had…and then come up with a plan for all the different things I could […]
In this edition of Sunday with the Sullivan’s we create a tasty Keto Easter Bunny with the help of my lovely assistant Mr Keto and fill you in on how we’re handling the “Stay at Home” order in NC! Hint: You can use any of the Keto Cake […]
A week or so ago, Grace started making these delicious iced coffees. She started by using a battery-operated frother to whip together instant espresso powder. They tasted like a chocolate milkshake! Even better, they were dairy-free! You can use heavy cream if you want, but keep in mind […]
Delicious Faux-tato cakes (Cauli Fritters) 2 cups cauli mash 2 tablespoons dried onion 2 tablespoons bacon pieces 2 tops of one green onion, chopped Salt and pepper to taste (if not in cauli mash) 1/3 cup crushed pork rinds 2 tablespoons oat fiber 2 ounces of shredded cheddar […]
Caramel sauce on a keto diet is like a dream come true! Especially when the ingredients are this simple. So grab a pot and a wooden spoon and lets get to simmering this luscious sauce that Grace and I created as we were writing Growing Up Keto. PRE_ORDER […]
If you have a skillet, some shredded mozzarella, pepperoni, and any other favorite toppings, then you’ve got Easy Skillet Pizza, an amazing low carb pizza! This one is so easy you don’t even need a recipe….just shredded mozzarella and whatever #ketofriendly toppings you like on pizza! Enjoy!!!!!
In this edition of Sundays with the Sullivan’s we look at David’s favorite chocolates and give some advice on what you can use in your recipes and #keepitketo too. Check out the Cooking Keto with Kristie blog for more videos and advice
My family is nerdy enough to look forward to 3/14 every year since it’s π day, which they celebrate as pie day. When I surveyed them for their favorite low carb pies, here were the results. David loves the key lime cream pie. He doesn’t love most pie […]
When I heard Mr. Keto in the other room say, “I am so mad at you!”, I nearly panicked! What on earth could I have done? Well, I didn’t know it, but he had been following some tweaks I had suggested, and there’s nothing worse than you’re wife […]
French Onion Dip. Do you love it too? I’ve created two versions. One is short and simple, but may mean using a bouillon that has a few questionable ingredients. The second takes a bit longer to make but is super delicious and just as authentic tasting and has […]
Pâté??? Hear me out! This stuff is deelishus! The bacon tones down the taste of the liver depending on how much you add to the recipe. I like a little more bacon; Grace likes a little less. I also adore this made with smoked, crisp pieces of pork […]
Warning: These are addictive. Not only have I eaten a 1.5 ounce of pork rind KeDoritos as a meal, I’ve used this Low Carb Copycat Dorito Seasoning on cheese chips, pepperoni chips, AND as a seasoning on Buffalo Wild Wings to avoid the maltodextrin and bad oils in […]
Daughter needs to get to cheer practice, son needs new shoes, hubby is working late and your new boss wants you to come in early! You might be dealing with one or two (or all) of these today….and it has you stressed. Stress only leads to bad decisions […]
In this episode of Sunday with the Sullivans Our Keto topic is “how do you eating out with non Keto peeps?” We’ll also find out who won the Cooking Keto with Kristie apron and chat about my briefly about my basil. Enjoy.
Does it seem like every one is sick right now? Yikes! I feed truly bad for any one who is suffering with a bad cold or the flu and wanted to share some Keto-friendly ways to fight cold or flu symptoms. This is good reminder for longtime #ketowarriors […]
In this week’s episode we discuss our LIVE Cooking Show in Louisville with Chibo and General Electric (It was a lot of fun), we fight Winston for some Kentucky bacon, and finding what works best for you. Are you an “abstainer” or a “moderator”? Knowing the difference could […]
It’s our 2nd “Sunday with the Sullivans” LIVECast and this time we’re cozy by the fire. Watch us to find out what is happening in our little #KetoClan this week. We discuss my upcoming LIVE Interactive Online Cooking Class with my friend Crystal, a few keto menu ideas […]
While this Cheddar Broccoli Soup is really simple to make, it’s important to note a few key steps to ensure success. First, don’t skip browning the onions. It adds a depth of flavor that you won’t want to miss. Also, we prefer to cook the broccoli until it’s […]
Crack slaw is basically ground beef, cabbage, and a few seasonings. It’s easy, fast, and satisfying. My family asks for it about every other week.
Ya know that one recipe that when you share it at a potluck is always the first to go? You make it once and it becomes “your dish” that others begin to expect and look for when they know you’ve brought something for the buffet. And you just stand […]
We share a lot of Keto friendly meal videos with you because having choices is an important part of Keeping it Keto week after week. But let’s face it….desserts are extremely important too. There are times you absolutely need something sweet. This Keto Creme Brulee is delicious but […]
We see so many wonderful Keto success stories come across our screens every day and every once in awhile we like to put the spotlight on a member’s NSV to hopefully inspire those of you who may be struggling in your own journey. We all have those days…but […]
Recipe Replay: I’m excited to see all the new folks checking out our page because they have decided it’s time to live the #ketolifestyle. We always try to help give you little tips and tricks for success on our website and today we thought we’d pull a video […]
Keto on a budget? Yes it can be done! A common complaint is that Keto is too expensive, so I wanted to see just how much I could get for under $80..and how many of my recipes I could make with just those ingredients. So here’s my under […]
Well we all know that meat is a huge part of the Keto WOE. I recently raided the meat department at a local grocery store to see what I could find…and I found a bunch of great deals to help me make a bunch of great meals. Check […]
Keto through surgery and recovery is tough but it is possible. Here’s how we did it. Nothing to eat after midnight. David had a high fat dinner of sausage with cheese with bacon before bed. Because he was fasting, I fasted. Wasn’t about to eat in front of […]
This is super, super easy and is perfect for winning over friends and family! You can add bacon, more spice–make it your own! For this recipe I made a HUGE batch for a family get together. Here’s the recipe: 3 large cans of chicken (or use fresh, cooked […]
Over the last several years, we’ve shared not only our family’s keto journey, but our family in general. Many of you have watched as the kids have grown up and I’ve become the shortest member of the family! You’ve come to know our fur babies Winston and Banjo, […]
This Egg Drop Soup is another quick, easy, and inexpensive meal from my book, Crazy Busy Keto! Sharing this because it’s perfect for cold winter months or when you’re fighting a cold or flu bug. You can easily use just four basic ingredients: broth, egg, sesame oil, and […]
Pick your favorites and let’s get going! Shopping can be fun again.
Trying to build your perfect Keto Kitchen? Well we want to help. In a previous video we showed you some of the appliances we use everyday….now we want to share to of the most useful kitchen tools I have. These tools all cost less than $40 and can […]
As always we try to provide you with some the tools and resources you might find to be helpful when trying to live the #ketolifestyle. Today I wanted to give you a glimpse into my Keto Kitchen to see some of the tools and appliances that I use […]
Okay, you’ve seen 90-second bread, but hear me out. This is 90-second toast because it’s really pretty awesome toasted, but just kind of ‘meh’ straight out of the microwave. This is the absolute closest I’ve come to something like a toasted English muffin. It’s great with Creamy Skillet […]
I get asked a lot of questions about my books. Which book is best to get started? Which has the most dessert recipes or which should I recommend to my friend who wants to go keto? Well, the answers usually depend on which stage of the keto lifestyle […]
Regardless of the holiday, extended family love for David to smoke the turkey. He obliges even though it means he needs to get started a few days in advance. And we all reap the benefit! From the juicy, tender smoked turkey to the carcass that yields a hearty […]
People are always asking about the ingredients in my Cooking Keto with Kristie cookbooks and recipe videos so we’ve started a series of videos to show you where I shop and what I buy for my family. This batch of goodies was found at my local Harris Teeter. […]
Hey y’all! The elves have been busy around here! We’ve got something fun that you can have by Christmas morning IF you hurry! We have partnered with a new merchandise platform called TeeSpring to give all of you the opportunity to purchase shirts and other merchandise with our logos […]
People always ask about the ingredients in my Cooking Keto with Kristie cookbooks and recipe videos so we thought it would be a good idea to share with you the haul from my latest trip to ALDI. ALDI is a great local grocery store that I love to […]
We love that our members share their NSV’s with us every day..because no doubt someone else in the group can relate to their story and it helps bring us all together. It is great knowing you are not alone in your weight loss journey. Lacy recently had an […]
Low Carb Cocktails to enjoy your weekend AND stay on plan Margarita I jigger tequila 10 drops liquid sucralose or your preferred sweetener 1/8 teaspoon orange extract 2 tablespoons lime juice Lemon Drop Martini 1 jigger of vodka 1 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice 8 drops liquid sucralose or […]
This super easy, but elegant dish would make a perfect option for Christmas morning. It’s easy to adjust the servings and to customize with your favorites. Plus, it can easily be made in less than 12 minutes start to finish! Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this […]
We wanted to share another fantastic Keto Success Story from one of the members of our Low Carb Journey Facebook Group. Today we throw the NSV spotlight on Betty Gallen who shared her recent experience with a surgeon. Her experience just speaks to the ways #ketoliving and the […]
The headline grabbed my attention, and I couldn’t resist reading a news article about a 46-year-old woman who defended herself against a rabid bobcat. As she readied herself for the attack, one thought raced through her mind: I’m not going to die today. She met the wild, rabid […]
This is my low carb pecan pie cheesecake and I’m really pleased with it. In spite of what I say in the video, follow the directions in the video for the recipe. Low Carb Pecan Pie Cheesecake Crust ¾ cup almond flour 1/3 cup granulated sweetener 1/3 cup […]
An Advent Calendar is a fun way to count down to Christmas. We’ve had them with chocolates (pre Keto) and I’ve seen them with wine and cheese. My Sweet G even made her own one year with a muffin tin and little trinkets found around the house! It […]
Folks often ask which brands are my favorites, so I put together this Amazon storefront for Cyber-Monday so that you can see for yourself! Always comparison shop for prices as these may not be the best prices, but you can at least see the brands I use in […]
Really excited to share this recipe as it’s one of the only bread recipes that Grace really enjoys. In fact, we featured it in our book, Growing Up Keto! Low carb yeast rolls is one of the very few low carb bread recipes where you can taste the […]
We wanted to share another fantastic Keto Success Story from one of the members of our Low Carb Journey Facebook Group. A bad experience at a theme park turns into an epic NSV. There’s no magic required to get aboard Harry Potter ride…just #KetoLiving. Join me saluting Kim […]
Let’s talk about cholesterol. We have so many questions that come in about the effects of keto in cholesterol levels…and we hear about so many doctors that actually warn patients away from the #ketolifestyle because they just don’t know the facts! So…let’s talk about it. Here’s the reference […]
I’ve been making this low carb stuffing for the last 5 Thanksgivings. We love the sausage, mushrooms, celery, etc., but I’ve changed out the “bread” a few times. I’ve used soul bread and cornbread. The cornbread is by far our favorite! This year, I MAY try a mix […]
We are 1 week from Crazy Busy Keto and a week from Thanksgiving…so how about another giveaway? This time you can WIN a FREE copy of Crazy Busy Keto and a FREE copy of Keto Gatherings filled with low carb recipes perfect for Turkey Day. You can win […]
Traveling keto! So as you probably know I spent much of the last week in Stockholm. Eating Keto when traveling can be difficult….but if you plan well you can certainly pull it off….unfortunately there is a saying about best laid plans…. So the Friday morning I’m leaving for […]
We see so many amazing keto success stories in our “Cooking Keto with Kristie” Facebook Group that we decided it was time to shine the spotlight on a few. This week we salute member Candy Martin for not 1 but 2 “non-scale” victories. Candy Martin you are amazing! […]
My grandmother always made the best hot chocolate . She started with cocoa powder and water, and I loved when she made it for me. Sadly, my own children got cocoa mix until we went low carb, and I was determined to make my own. My Keto friendly […]
Thought you guys might want to see our menus or menu options this week while Kristin P and I are working and eating in Stockholm. Tonight, we will choose from this menu. For the other nights, the menu is chosen and we will eat a common meal, choosing […]
Makes 2 servings Prep time: 2 minutes, plus 5 to 10 minutes to cool Cook time: 3 to 4 minutes Using precooked sausage or leftover sausage or browning sausage ahead of time makes this a really quick meal. My kids can assemble it themselves, or I can prep […]
It’s Halloween which can be a tough time to make good decisions when living a Keto lifestyle. Here are a few tips to not only make healthy choices for yourself but advice on how to encourage good habits for candy hungry kiddos. Get our Low Carb Chili Recipe
Makes 8 servings This very low carb chili makes 8 generous servings. Consider that there is three pounds of meat in the recipe which ensures that it is hearty and filling. One of the reasons that I’ve added so much meat is because chili can be high carb. […]
That word has popped up in at least 4 different places for me over the past week. And all in the context of food… First, there was a conversation about the upcoming holiday season and someone said, “What if someone just wants to enjoy the holiday and eat […]
The very first copy of my new book “Crazy Busy Keto” has finally arrived….and it’s time for the official “unboxing”…..with the help of “J” and the dogs of course. Can’t wait to share this book with all of you! The book will be released on November 26th online, […]
Pi day just got infinitely better! A rich, chocolate filling and a light meringue crust make a great formula for Pi day. The meringue crust was something my grandmother made just a few times. I’d forgotten about it until I was thinking about Pi day and what I […]
Let’s look at the hype and some reliable resources to reassure our female (and perhaps our male) members that consistently eating whole, real foods like meat, full-fat dairy, and vegetables and NOT EATING processed packaged foods created in a factory, will result in personal crotch calamity.
My latest book, Keto Living Day by Day, includes a complete 4-week guide to following a ketogenic diet. We will use the book like a textbook and the guide I’m providing here like an active “class”, so that you have support every single day of the 28.
Here’s how to follow the 28 day guide and what you need to do NOW to prepare for September 10th.
When I compiled a collection of all of my Pumpkin Spice recipes, I came up with nine. Nine? That’s not an even number, so just to tidy up the list, I decided to share my Pumpkin Spice Dutch baby recipe.
When I took the first bite, I nearly cried. My eyes closed, I was transported to my Grandmother’s kitchen just as it was when it was overwhelmed by Christmas baking and cooking. It was G who pulled me back in time as she said, “Mom, is it wrong that I’m really glad that Dad doesn’t like coconut?! I really don’t want to share this!” We savored that cake, each being considerate of the other and only having a few bites over several days. As I offered her the last crumbs, she said, “This. Mom, THIS cake is what I want for my birthday.”
If you’re following along on the 28-day guide in Keto Living Day by Day, we’re starting week 2 on Monday! The first week has been GREAT fun, and I love the progress that folks have made so far. Now, I know that it’s a holiday week, so you may need to adjust this menu to fit your celebration plans.
Meal planning may or may not excite you. If it doesn’t it, I understand, and I won’t hold it against you; however, if you like having a guide to meals that are truly low carb (or ketogenic), then I think you’ll like this.
What can you accomplish in 28 days?
While I don’t love tracking my food intake, it can be a very powerful tool for troubleshooting. In fact, in my Facebook group, if you complain of a stall or of not losing weight quickly enough, you’re likely to be asked for a 5-day food journal. In my […]
Dinner in 20 minutes with foods already in your kitchen? Yes please! This is an absolute favorite at our house and really easy clean-up!
If you’ve never made a Dutch Baby, now’s your chance! Simple ingredients, easy clean-up, and smiles all around!
With as many different pie recipes as I’ve created over the past several years, that means there are many different kinds of pie crusts as well. Here is a directory of the different keto pie crusts I have developed, what recipes I created with them, and where to […]