Are you tired of the basic boring boiled eggs day in and day out? Give these soy sauce-marinated eggs a try!Read More
One of the best things about following a high fat, low carb diet is that most people rarely feel the need for snacks—the inherent nature of the foods you eat on a ketogenic diet (fat and protein) are satiating, keeping you full for hours at a time. However, for others, snacking is a way of life, and as humans, we occasionally (ha) get cravings. I’ve been there…bored at your desk at work, watching a movie and wanting something to munch on, just in between meals, riding the crimson wave...sometimes you just need a little somethin somethin. So, what can you eat?Read More
As you may know if you follow me on Instagram, I LOVE chia puddings. I mean what's not to love? Depending on your goals/moods you can really change them up to make them whatever you want to be. Sometimes I make them thinner and eat it from a bowl to be reminiscent of a porridge, sometimes I make them thick like a hearty pudding should be, the kind that holds its own in layers. And the flavor combos -- don't even get me started.
Another thing I love about chia puddings is that they pack a great fat/nutrient punch. Chia provides loads of fiber, omega-3s, and calcium, among other nutrients, and also 4.5 g of fat per tablespoon. In addition, I make my chia puddings with coconut milk, so I get all the wonderful fatty goodness and flavor from that as well. Depending on what you put in it, it's a great way to get some good fats in . So, without further ado, here's today's chia pudding variation: Matcha!Read More