Keto Recipes - Created Date : 19.11.2019
First though, a quick photo tour of my keto food diary for yesterday – so you can see what I ate and how I logged it, for ideas and inspiration.
Plus a low carb find at Kroger this week that I did NOT like. ??
My Keto Meals on Tuesday
I got up early and did a double batch of baking for some easy keto meal prep for the week. I’m traveling again next week, but since I’m home all week this week… I figured it would help to have a few things on hand! ??
For this recipe I personally left out the sweetener and cinnamon, because the keto granola is sweetened and also has a cinnamon flavor – but it would have been even better with both added in.
You can use any keto friendly nut butter and add in a variety of things like walnuts, keto chocolate chips or blueberries for example.
* Note: I use Granular Swerve as the sweetener in this recipe because it measures the same as sugar and leaves NO aftertaste in my low carb recipes. If you use a different sweetener, you’ll want to use the equivalent to 1 TBSP of sugar.
It helps if your eggs are not TOO cold, to prevent the melted butter or oil from clumping on you, and you definitely want your nut butter to be room temperature. I usually whisk my eggs first and set them aside on the counter while preparing everything else.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Stir together the first three ingredients until smooth. Add the other ingredients. Mix well. If you’re adding in the Granola or nuts, I like to break them up/crush them a bit by hand or using a measuring cup, then simply fold them in at the end.
Use a silicone muffin mold, grease a muffin tin liberally or line a muffin tin with muffin papers.
Dip out a heaping 1/4 cup of batter for each muffin. Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown. Check after 10 minutes. Depending on the size of your muffins, they could take 10-18 minutes. They are done when a toothpick comes out clean.
I will never EVER bake with muffin papers or a traditional muffin pan again. ??
Without even oiling it, the muffins come out SO easy and so clean!
That silicone set comes with mini molds and individual muffin molds too which is perfect for your low carb meal prep and for making keto fat bombs, and also making a full muffin recipe. This was such a GREAT find. ¦
The muffins turned out beautiful and delicious as usual!
I used a heaping 1/3 cup and made 8 larger muffins this time, instead of the usual 10 (I think that’s what it usually makes). That plus adding in five full ounces of the Keto Granola – oh, and I added in an extra 2 TBSP of the Apple Pie Nut Butter too ?? – made my larger muffins come out to 4 net carbs each.
Normally I make them smaller and use the normal amount of nut butter, but I wanted these extra-apply and HEARTY too. And at ~300 calories and A LOT of flavor these are filling enough to get me through breakfast hours with a pat of butter.
If you make the muffins by my recipe outlined above yours will be lower in carbs, depending on what you use and what you add to them of course.
I use the Free MyFitnessPal Recipe Calculator to enter in my ingredients based on my own labels and amounts, and the number of servings I make it into, which makes logging your portions super easy.
That same recipe makes AMAZING pancakes too. ??
Anyway, I hope this gives you some ideas to work with. Some people said they love the Skyline chili. I thought I would use it to make “chili cheese dogs” (sans bun) with my Oscar Mayer Smokies this week – but I really just didn’t like the flavor of it.
Skyline is a Cincinnati Chili which is local favorite Best eaten at the chili parlor or frozen or the packet. The can doesn t taste as good It takes getting used to Best served over spaghetti with cheese mounds on top It is eaten as a fork slice likeyou would cake to get all 3 layers There is also coney served overa hot dog on a bun and skyline dip Bottom layer is cream cheese hot skyline poured ver and lots of medium cheddar shredded on top. Some add onion Dipped with tortilla chip. Sperbowl is coming Just wantyoutotry skyline in our Cinti way
Skyline Chili is a Cincinnati specialty. It is traditionally eaten over spaghetti, or on a hot dog and garnished with shredded cheese and diced onion. It has a distinct blend of spices that make it very unique and if you’re not prepared for that, you will be surprised or disappointed.
It’s definitely not your traditional “Texas” style Chili. It’s a whole different experience!
How do you get your granola so fast? I’ve had mine ordered for several weeks now and still don’t have it. I keep getting a reply they are working on it, just wondered if it takes this long everytime you place an order. I wanted to make the muffins for super bowl Sunday, any other suggestions if I still don’t have my granola by then?
I actually had this bag in the refrigerator for several weeks. I know she is working around the clock and has moved into a new kitchen to get orders baked and shipped faster.
The typical processing time on the granola according to the website is 7-10 days plus shipping time. That’s because it’s baked in small batches, not mass produced or warehoused. Which means it tastes like fresh baked cookies straight out of the oven when you get it. ??
But yes, the current delay was actually my fault. She wasn’t expecting me to share it with half a million people like I did, lol – Apologies! You should be getting yours soon though. I talked to her the other day and they are literally baking and working around the clock to finish up those orders…
Skyline chili is Cincinnati style chili. You don’t just eat a bowl of it. It is served over spaghetti and topped with beans and onions and cheese for a 3, 4, or 5 way. Or over hot dogs. It is not regular chili to be eaten by the bowl. The texture is because you boil the ground beef, not brown it , so there are no chunks of beef. I always add an extra lb of ground beef to the canvas it is too soupy for me. I usually serve it over shiratake noodles and omit the beans.
As an Ohioan, I LOVE Skyline chili #bornandraised Just last week, I had it the same way you did and ate every drop–though, I probably had more cheese. At the restaurant, they have a low-carb bowl where you eat it on hot dogs in a bowl with cheese (no buns) and it definitely fulfills a craving for me!
The nutrition value for what exactly – the muffins? I explained how I made mine different than the recipe, and you can see the macronutrients of a serving in my MyFitnessPal log there, and I also shared the link to the MFP free recipe calculator to get accurate macros / nutrition facts based on your own brands/amounts of each thing you use in any recipe.
I made the muffins the same way you did in your original recipe (without the granola so they would be lower carb). Then I changed the way I served them. I allowed myself 2 original muffins. I reheated the muffins by toasting them slightly in my air fryer and I took 1 tsp of the apple pie nut butter and 1 tsp of cream cheese and blended it together. I sliced across my muffins, put the spread between the slices like a filling and it was sooooo good.
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