Keto 90 Second Hamburger Bun

Made this delicious cheese burger for lunch. The 90 second bread is a staple if you follow the keto lifestyle, I often-time will bake my batter instead of microwaving unless I’m pressed for time. I try to add different things to my bread or bun and found that incorporating the Carb Quik flour made it extremely fully and soft – just like a regular bun, I was very happy. I used my muffin top pan to use and the buns came out beautifully. The recipe below made 2 buns, but you could potentially make 3 buns (top and bottom).

Notes – I find that greasing the muffin top pan with butter works a lot better than Pam, they slid right out when removed from the oven.

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Keto Fried Zucchini

Made some fried zucchini for dinner last night with a zucchini from my garden. Instead of using as a noodle or sautéing I decided to fry them. I find that using the Carbquik flour gives it a much better taste than the almond flour, I also didn’t add pork rind this time around. This is such a a delicious way to use the zucchini. For the fried zucchini you’ll need the following:

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Taco, But it’s Not Tuesday

Tacos are my absolute favorite, and following a keto lifestyle makes it difficult at times to enjoy the hard taco shells, well these taco shells are amazing. Made totally from cheese, which in my opinion gives it a much better taste. I can have these tacos all day! This recipe is super, and you can top it off with a protein of choice. I went with ground beef this time around and used mozzarella cheese instead of cheddar. I made 4 servings from this recipe. You will need the following ingredients for the shells-

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Keto Supreme Jalapeno Poppers

Supreme Jalapeno Poppers

  • Servings: 2-3
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Rating: ★★★★★
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This easy Supreme Jalapeno Popper recipe has the perfect amount of heat, it's creamy, spicy, cheesy… and quite honestly the best appetizer, light lunch, or light dinner ever!

If you don’t have sausage crumble, you can also use cooked ground beef. I don’t mind a little crunch to my peppers, but If you prefer a softer pepper, you can bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees and then broil for about 5 minutes or until the cheese starts bubbling.
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