- 1 envelope or 1 tablespoon gelatin
- 1 cup very warm water
- 1/2 cup keto sugar
- 1 cup full cream
- ½ teaspoon almond or pure vanilla extract bean paste
I had intended to cut these into bars but they are quite rich. Here’s the thing, though. I end up eating more than one at a time, so I’ll leave it up to you how you cut them!
Keto Health Bites (or Bars)
We had some almond butter that was in the cupboard for months. So here is a quick little recipe I put together to use it up. I’m sure that peanut butter would be just as delicious, or any other nut butter!
Summary: we’ll be mixing the eggs and keto sugar first, then beating in the nut butter (it’s a workout without a beater!). Adding almond and vanilla essence, a little bit of nut flour and then once mixed placing teaspoons-full into a greased baking pan preferably lined with parchment paper. Press with an oiled fork, push in a few keto chocolate chips if you like and finish with a grind of Himalayan salt. Bake at 350⁰F for 12 – 15 minutes until browned. Makes about 20.
If you have fresh berries, gelatine, cream and 10 minutes to spare, try this light and delicious easy keto dessert. It’s … almost Panna cotta? For non-keto use same quantity cane sugar.
Almond Cloud Summer Dessert
I used this wonderful sugar free passion fruit concentrate from Hawaii in this dessert.
Hot keto porridge with blueberries, cream and keto honey, bullet proof coffee.
Cauliflower and broccoli cheese, Mediterranean veggie tray bake and pork chop.
Every curry I make starts with:
Toasted spices, added onion, pureed ginger and garlic, curry powder, turmeric, chili powder, bay, lime and curry leaves. Add fresh diced tomatoes, simmer and add meat of choice. This turned into a chicken curry.
The view from my home office upstairs. Crabapple blossoms!