BLACKBERRY JAM with BRANDY & VODKA
Blackberries are one of my favourite fruits, so it is wonderful to have developed a recipe that will allow me to eat sweet, juicy blackberries, on my keto diet. I use frozen blackberries for this recipe as I pick them myself at the end of each summer season and freeze them at home. They have a much better flavour than forced out-of-season blackberries you can buy in the shops. At just 2g per tablespoon, this jam is a daily treat you can easily afford – even on keto!
STRAWBERRY & CHERRY VODKA JAM
OMG – Who can eat jam like this on a diet? This fantastic, sweet, and flavourful jam is a must for anyone with a sweet tooth on a keto, low-carb or regular low-calorie diet. The only carbohydrates come from the strawberries themselves and at only 1.65 carbs per tablespoon, it’s a lovely breakfast or afternoon treat you simply can’t afford to miss. The cherry vodka adds a wonderfully decadent feel to the jam to make it a special Christmas treat.
RUSTIC WALNUT BREAD
A rustic variation on the best keto rolls, this lovely nutty bread has become a firm favourite in our house. It is wonderful just on its own with lashings of butter (particularly when it is hot, straight from the oven) or as a hearty and filling accompaniment to any meal, particularly when you are serving a salad with vinaigrette. It has 4.5g carbs per slice, so more low-carb than keto, and takes less than an hour to make and bake!
SIMPLY THE BEST BREAD ROLLS
I found this recipe on www.dietdoctor.com. I have tried to adapt it many times, but to no avail. This is simply the best Keto bread recipe I have found and tampering with the ingredients has not worked for me. They are made in 10 minutes and bake in 50 minutes – and the house smells wonderful. These rolls are like half-white/half-brown rolls and perfect for sandwiches, as burger buns, or simply smeared with your favourite butter. It’s not brilliant to toast, but other than that, it’s perfect and with only 2g of carbs per roll, it’s a brilliant godsend.
Ingredients – For 6 bread rolls
- 1 1/4 cups Almond Flour
- 2 tsp Baking Powder
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 5 tblsp Psyllium Husk Powder
- 1/2 cup Egg Whites (3-4 eggs depending upon size)
- 2 tsp Cider Vinegar
- 1 cup Quite warm water (hot but not boiling)