Hello Keto Crew, Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all. Doing a little last minute grocery shopping this beautiful Christmas Eve and stopped in at our local HEB Store, now every time we shop I love to check if there is a clearance section and just about all stores these days have one. I am always on the hunt for bargains and yes I do coupons when I can find them. No shame in my shopping game plus it drives my wife nuts…
So todays find was energy drinks, Noo Fuzion. I had never heard of them before but what caught my eye was the labeling looked a lot like Bang Energy drinks. I told my wife it looks pretty close to the Bang’s with the 9 EAA Aminos around the top, 0 carbs, 0 sugars it does have 4 or 5 calories depending on the one you pick. So after getting home and trying there Candy Apple Crisp flavor to me and the wife it taste pretty much the same. I started reading the can and most of the ingredient are the same then I start looking at the fine print and low and behold I see a product of Bang Energy…
So you want to know the price on my deal of the day? We got 12 of them and price on clearance .62 ea. Merry Christmas to me & Debbie. I you see them, pick one up give it a try.
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Hello Keto Funky crew, so a couple of days before Thanksgiving is here and looking for some keto side dishes and who doesn’t love some deviled eggs? We always make a huge batch and folks just down them and yes they are keto friendly.
This recipe is from Preppy Kitchen, he has some super easy recipes not all are keto friendly but this is one that is. Now keep in mind if you want to change things up a little go for it, I like a little spice to mine so I add a little Franks Red Hot Sauce just a dab will do. Have fun it’s Thanksgiving time to give thanks, eat & watch some football…
A couple of things to keep in mind to make this a little easier, he adds vinegar & salt to his water to help with making the peeling part easier. Also 7to8 minutes cook time, so yokes don’t get dark looking and last the cold bath after, no not for you the eggs…
I hope everyone has a awesome Thanksgiving, we will be posting a lot more content so Hit the Like button, tell your friends.
I don’t know about you, but we love the holiday season and my wife and I spend hours decorating the house because it’s just fun. I was searching for some cool things to do different this year and came across a really easy to make Keto Gingerbread House. Now if you have little ones what a great way to get all of you together for some good ole holiday fun.
This is not my recipe so all credit goes to Anne @ Keto Focus she does some amazing keto recipes so go over to her site www.ketofocus.com check it out.
We will be posting more holiday recipes for everyone to enjoy especially with Thanksgiving coming. If you are looking for some recipe, let us know we will find a recipe or create one.
Holidays are coming and we are looking at different sweets that we on our keto journey and you can enjoy that are super easy to make and taste great. So here we are Keto Fudge, I found a recipe that is all that and my wife loves chocolate so if she likes it we got a winner.
Five whole ingredients and time, got to take your time in the cooking but it is so worth it. If your looking for a great holiday gift idea, try this out put in a cute box with a bow and bam.
So lets get started,
INGREDIENTS: – 1 cup heavy cream – 2 tbsp unsalted butter – 1 tbsp vanilla extract – 1/3 cup erythitrol (such as Pyure stevia) – 1 cup sugar free chocolate chips or bars (such as Lily’s)
DIRECTIONS: 1. Set a pan to medium-low heat. Add your heavy cream, butter, vanilla, and erythitrol. 2. Stir and wait for it to start bubbling then continue to stir for 15 minutes or until the mixture turns a golden brown and the sauce will thickens (it will thicken more as it cools). 3. Remove from heat. Add your chocolate chips and continually stir until they melt and evenly combine (don’t worry – they will melt with the residual heat). Let cool for about 15 minutes. 4. In the meantime, line a small dish with parchment paper on all sides, with enough overhang that you will be able to use it to lift the fudge out from the container. You can get fancy with the geometry and the folding, but it’s not necessary. 5. Pour the mixture in and spread out evenly. 6. Optional: top with your nuts of choice we like walnuts. 7. Place into the refrigerator for at least 2 hours. It will get nice and firm, pop out, cut into squares and we store in covered plastic container. Keep covered so it doesn’t dry out, it’s fudge and most important enjoy…
We hope you give this a try and again make a batch to give to someone. I love to let friends try that are beginning there keto journey so they can see there is some awesome, easy goodies you can enjoy while loosing weight. Please share and let us know about your keto life or what you would like to see. From our family to yours, enjoy.
Quick, we got a party to go to and looking for a simple snack idea to take with us and also the party host is Diabetic, so what to bring? Well good question, this was the dilemma I was having till I saw Sarah’s newest post from CJsKetoKitchen.com . Perfect timing, I have been following her for awhile and she has some awesome recipes. Please go check out her website and her YouTube channel.
This is her Keto Candied Caramel Pecans. These are delicious, easy to make keto snack, with only 4 ingredients. Its a nice sweet keto treat that will hit the spot when your craving something sweet, something salt, something nutty.
Here are a few shots of my wife Debbie working the magic on these Keto Caramel Pecans. Please watch the video of Cj’s recipe below.
Large Sauce pan or Dutch Oven
3 cups whole roasted pecan halves
1/2 cup butter unsalted
1 c. brown sugar substitute We use Sukrin gold
2 tsp Vanilla extract
Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat
Once the butter is melted, add the brown sugar substitute to the saucepan, and stir constantly until melted
Add in 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract, and stir to combine
Continue to cook down the mixture, stirring frequently for 7-8 minutes until it begins to thicken
Remove the saucepan from the heat, and add in the pecan halves. Toss to coat them all well
Place the coated pecans in a single layer on a parchment paper lined baking sheet
Put the pecans in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours to cool and harden
Once ready, break apart any chunks of pecans, and serve as is. Store extras in an airtight container
*All nutrition information is approximate. Please read and use your own labels for more precise information.