With no added sugar, this keto-friendly Instant Pot Pulled BBQ Chicken is your answer for good Southern bar-b-que cravings — but healthy and nourishing! Serve yours with cauli-rice or on cloud bread to stay LCHF or break out the beans and enjoy a truly delicious BBQ meal!
This is the perfect gluten-free, grain-free meal to make when you’re in a hurry (it takes just 30 minutes) or just don’t feel like cooking (or washing dishes… hello, one-pot dinner!). It’s Paleo, grain-free, and suitable for Whole 30!
Without a nut or peanut in sight, this paleo and keto Toasted Coconut Butter looks and tastes like peanut butter! This frugal, homemade coconut butter has just 1 ingredient: toasted coconut! It’s also AIP and Whole30-friendly!
Zuppa Toscana is one of my FAVORITE meals. Then I quit eating potatoes (a staple ingredient). Once I learned how to make a potato-free, low-carb Zuppa, it was happily back in my life and with more nutrition than ever!
It’s a super easy way to get in some extra veggies, it’s full of anti-inflammatory turmeric, and it’s perfect for THM, Paleo, Whole 30, grain-free, and low-carb lifestyles. We regularly eat this cauliflower rice with our favorite Instant Pot meals!
Dandy Blend, an herbal coffee substitute, is full of liver-loving dandelion root and chicory, yet has no caffeine or acidity. By adding collagen, maca powder, and healthy fats, and then blending, I’m left with a dairy-free, sugar-free “latte” that’s delicious and has no ill side effects!
There’s something about pulling homemade cookies out of the oven that just makes me feel like a good mom. And when those cookies are grain-free and loaded with chocolate and sugar-free? Well, no one can tell me I’m not rocking this mom game.
With just 7 ingredients and a quick blender batter prep, you’ve found the fluffiest grain-free and low-carb Belgian waffle recipe out there! These paleo Belgian waffles are delicious with maple syrup, or SURPRISE!, I have 4 yummy, SAVORY ways to eat waffles, too, including taco and pizza waffles!
Raw cacao butter combined with my sugar alternative makes a decadent and frothy white hot chocolate that tastes like it came from a high-end coffee shop. Made with raw milk (use dairy-free milk if you like!) and with the addition of my favorite collagen powder, it’s extra nourishing!
This year, I ended my 32-year committed relationship with sugar. But I’m not missing out on sweets because I have a trick up my sleeve for a DIY blend that substitutes for sugar cup for cup!