A classic recipe turned into a delectable diabetic friendly dessert. These bites are high in fat and satisfaction!
2½ cups almond flour
½ cup peanut butter
¼ cup coconut oil
¼ cup erythritol
3 tbsp. maple syrup
1 tbsp. vanilla extract
1 ½ tsp. baking powder
½ tsp. salt
2-3 85% dark chocolate bars
1. Whisk the wet ingredients together.
2. Separately, mix the dry ingredients. Sift them into the wet ingredients and mix. Refrigerate for 20-30 minutes approximately.
3. Break the dark chocolate bars into small squares.
4. Form small balls of dough and press flat. Add 1 or 2 pieces of chocolate between and seal together into a ball.
5. Place on a parchment-paper-lined cookie sheet and bake at 350°F for about 15 minutes.
Nutritional Info per Serving
Net Carbs: 2.7g
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Super hungry and in a rush? This recipe takes only a few minutes and when paired with a source of healthy fats and protein such as eggs, will ensure better blood sugar control.
Accept my challenge to eat just one. It works well with any sugar-free topping (I choose full-fat whipped cream and a serving of berries), and even the kids will love them.
4 tbsp. coconut flour
5 eggs, separated by white and yolk
1 tsp. baking powder
4-5 tbsp. granulated stevia or your own sweetener
3 tbsp. whole milk
1 tsp. vanilla
4½ oz. butter, melted
1. Whisk the egg whites in a bowl until they form stiff peaks.
2. In another bowl, mix the egg yolk with the coconut flour, the stevia or sweetener, and the baking powder.
3. Add the melted butter. Do so slowly, mixing until the batter is smooth.
4. Add the milk and the vanilla.
5. Combine the mixture of the first bowl with the second one, folding it in to keep the fluffiness of the batter.
6. When the waffle maker is warmed...
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1 green pepper
20 oz. drained spinach
2 lb. ground pork
2 cans drained diced tomatoes with green chilies
10 tbsp. sour cream
8 oz. mozzarella cheese, shredded
16 oz. cream cheese
4 tsp. taco seasoning
1. Chop pepper and onion and cook them until translucent. Optional: add diced jalapeños.
2. Place the pepper and onion into a bowl.
3. Cook the spinach by wilting it in a frying pan with a little olive oil. When it is done, add it to the bowl.
4. Cook the ground pork until browned. Season with taco seasoning.
5. Add the diced tomato to the bowl, and incorporate the sour cream, mozzarella, and cream cheese. Pour the mixture into a baking dish, and bake at 350°F for 40 minutes.
Nutritional Info per Serving