This keto-friendly chicken enchilada recipe is not only easy to prepare, but the results are delicious. The recipe uses very low-carb 8-inch tortillas, but they can be omitted completely to reduce the percentage of carbs. If you choose to omit the tortillas, simply prepare the mix as instructed, pour into your baking dish and bake it exactly the same way. The results are very similar. You just end up with more of a casserole than a whole enchilada.
Homemade ice cream can be a bit intimidating, and when you compound the process by making it keto-friendly, it can be all the more overwhelming. Recipes for low-carb ice cream are all over the internet, and most of them seem to be pretty disappointing. However, if a proper base (we call it crème anglaise in the professional culinary world) is prepared and a decent quality ice cream maker is used, then there is no reason why you cannot concoct a satisfying homemade, ketogenic ice cream at home.
This recipe is a fun and easy way to make your own ice cream with only a few ingredients. If you have trouble getting it to blend to the ice cream consistency that you want, and you drop a bit too much liquid into the blender and end up with a milkshake, then so be it. Grab a straw and enjoy! We recommend having a pretty strong blender and adding enough liquid to blend thoroughly, as a cheap blender will burn out quickly with dry ingredients.
We combined creamy coconut milk, crunchy cashews, and energy-boosting coffee to provide natural, sustainable energy first thing in the morning, as an afternoon snack, or for dessert. Unlike fruit smoothies, which are loaded with sugar, this keto-friendly smoothie boasts only 5 grams of carbs. This frappe is also full of healthy fats from almonds, coconuts, and cashews.