Need a little keto recipe inspiration? Look no further! We have gathered all of the best keto recipes on the internet!
You will find keto breakfast recipes, keto dinner recipes, and more! We also dive into some of the most frequently asked questions about the keto diet, get pumped.
Let’s Talk About the Keto Diet
Looking to learn more about keto recipes? We have a few tidbits for you and a few delicious keto recipes here on FFF!
You know that we don’t adhere to any diets here on Fit Foodie Finds, but we like to make sure we make it easy for our readers to find keto recipes if it is something they are trying!
No matter if you are trying out the keto diet to see what all the rage is or if you are diving into the keto diet for health reasons, we’ve gathered some Fit Foodie Finds recipes that are keto-approved as well as some of the best keto recipes on the internet right now.
Easy Swaps for Keto Recipes
First things, first. There are certain things you can eat on a keto diet and certain things that are not recommended. Here are some keto substitutions for some popular ingredients at a glance!
- Maple Syrup–> Stevia or Sukrin
- Honey–> Stevia or Sukrin
- Rice–> Cauliflower Rice
- Quinoa–> Cauliflower Rice
- Bread –> Keto Bread (made from almond flour, coconut flour, egg, and baking powder)
- Pasta –> Zoodles or Sweet Potato Noodles
- Flour –> Coconut Flour or Almond Flour
Facts About the Keto Diet
What is the keto diet?
Harvard health explains how the keto diet works here–> “The keto diet aims to force your body into using a different type of fuel. Instead of relying on sugar (glucose) that comes from carbohydrates (such as grains, legumes, vegetables, and fruits), the keto diet relies on ketone bodies, a type of fuel that the liver produces from stored fat.”
We are not healthcare professionals, so if you are considering the keto diet, please talk to a health care professional to see if it is a good fit for you!
What can you eat on the ketogenic diet?
There are a wide variety of foods you can eat on the keto diet. It is also a personal journey, so tailor your keto meal plan with a health care professional. Some foods that are usually suggested for the keto diet are below!
- Olive Oil
- Peanut Butter
- Coconut Oil
- Plain Greek Yogurt
- Plain Cottage Cheese
What foods can’t I eat on the keto diet?
The ketogenic diet is a low carb diet plan, so there are certain foods that professionals suggest to avoid if you are on the keto diet.
Again, please talk to a healthcare professional for your personal needs and diet plan! Some commonly known foods to avoid on the keto diet are below.
- Most fruit
- White Potatoes
- Sweet Potatoes
Keto Breakfast Recipes
Make one of these delicious keto breakfast recipes that are packed with eggs, protein, and your favorite cheese!
Keto Dinner Recipes
Do you love to meal prep your lunches and dinners for the week? These keto recipes are easy to make and perfect for meal prep for the whole week! These are great low carb options with a TON of flavor!
Keto Snacks/Dessert Recipes
Are you a sweet or savory snack person? This list is full of healthy keto recipes that are both sweet and savory!
Other Easy Keto Recipes
One great way to add flavor to any recipe is to make a flavor-packed homemade spice mix or dressing! We have put together some great options for spice mixes and dressing! They are all so delicious!
Bottom Layer (chocolate)
Top Layer (peanut butter)
- Line a muffin tin with 12 muffin liners. Spray with coconut oil cooking spray and set aside.
- In a medium bowl, stir all ingredients for the bottom layer (chocolate) together until smooth. Set aside.
- In another medium bowl, stir all ingredients for the top layer (peanut butter) together until smooth. Set aside.
- Scoop a heaping 1/2 tablespoon of the chocolate layer into each muffin cup. Repeat until you’ve filled around 12 cups. Then, pick up the entire muffin tin and shake and tap until the layer is set evenly. You should get around 12 cups.
- Repeat the same thing with the peanut butter layer, plopping around 1/2 tablespoon on top of the chocolate layer. Pick up the entire muffin tin one last time and shake and tap until your cups are even.
- Finally, sprinkle each cup with some Himalayan sea salt.
- Place muffin tin in the freezer for 30 minutes or until firm. Enjoy!
- Store healthy peanut butter cups in the freezer to enjoy for later.
Serving Size: 1 cup Calories: 157 Sugar: 5 Fat: 13 Carbohydrates: 8 Fiber: 1 Protein: 4
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