I was craving a little something sweet last night and at first I was going to make some paleo/keto zucchini brownies but then I saw the almond extract in my spice cupboard and thought “ooooooh” and that was that. Inspiration struck. Enter this beautiful, delicious, guilty-tasting (but not!) baked good. Is it a breakfast item? Dessert? Snack? I think it is all of these things. I’m currently eating a piece with my morning coffee but I think it would be SO GOOD with some coconut whipped cream (or regular whipped cream) or some Enlightened ice cream ❤ Continue reading “Coconut Almond Zucchini Cake (Paleo & Keto)”→
I am all for living a life filled with more whole-foods, following a paleo-ish diet, low in carbs and high in fats but I need things. Like bread. Okay? Judge me if you want to…but I cannot and REFUSE to live a life without bread.
I am beyond excited to share this recipe for this Paleo and Keto Sandwich Bread because, even though it’s completely grain and gluten free, it tastes SO GOOD and the consistency is both moist and soft just like the “regular” sandwich bread we used to eat.
These, quite possibly, could be the most amazing fat bomb I have created yet. By toasting a couple ingredients I was able to mimic a true graham cracker crust, crunch & all!! That is why I am calling these “TRUE Cheesecake Fat Bombs”…they TRULY taste like real mini cheesecake bites.
And each bomb comes in at 10F/0.8nC/1P…so whether you follow a low carb/keto diet or not, you can still enjoy these without feeling guilty!! (Typical Cheesecake Bite: 16F/21C/3P)
I am so happy (and a little impressed) with these “cheatos”:-) They are suuuper low carb and totally satisfy my desire for a crunchy snack! They are great for dipping, too! Try softened vegetable flavor cream cheese, hummus(watch the carbs!), sour cream, cheese sauce, etc. AND they go amazingly along side chicken or tuna salad. Lastly, you can use them as a fun salad topper…almost like a crouton!
The macros for the WHOLE recipe are 31F/2netC/36P ❤
These…are…SO GOOD!!!!! These have such amazing flavor and are light, simple, not too sweet and just melt in your mouth. Plus they’re raw so they are quick and simple to make AND give you a good serving of healthy fats ❤I made these for Valentine’s Day this year (hence the heart shapes & pink frosting) but you could make these any ol’ time and leave the frosting white or make it any color you’d like, for that matter. They keep for a week or 2 in the fridge and could be made in larger batches and kept in the freezer.