They are soft, sweet, and a little crunchy on the outside. There is less than half a carb per ball, and 3g of fat (plus oil absorption).
At a whopping 10.5g fat, and less than one carb per waffle, I would say they are a great keto breakfast!
I have a Brokeback Mountainesque obsession with scales when I’m on a weight-loss journey, in that, I just can’t quit them. I need the constant affirmation that I am on track, and doing well.
Sweet, and salty, and no oily texture. And, for a whopping 19g of fat, and 2.7g net carbs per serving, they are a great addition to a keto lifestyle!
Every once and a while I will stumble across a gem keto meal choice at an unlikely source. This weekend’s surprise was found at Five Guys Burgers and Fries.
I’m pretty healthy- I mean, overall pretty healthy; however, I have a couple of issues with my body. One issue is bilateral chronic exertional compartment syndrome.
Now that’s a mouth full. And once you try some, your mouth will be constantly full of them. I’m a sucker for garlic dill pickle anything, and having the abundance of radish pods this past season gave me the reason to learn how to make my own. I had never canned anything before, and with…
Radish ‘pods’ are the fruit of a radish plant. You can sauté them and add to stir fries, add them raw to salads, mash them into salad dressings, or do anything with them that you would do with peas.
Harvesting the seeds from your squash can provide a never-ending supply of veg. Provided that you have access to some full sun, you can grow your own, even if you are an apartment dweller.
For an alternative to pasta that boasts 31g carbs/100g, it is a great carb-cut sitting at 5.5g net carbs (7gross minus 1.5g fiber) per 100g.