Click on the above link for a tasty version of a keto fat bomb soup-originally published on Medium
I’m making it easy for you to donate in my team’s name this year! Just click on the link, enter my name (Kim Smyth) in the Box (find an individual) and your donation will count towards my team fundraising goal.
Register and fundraise for your local Walk for PKD. A cure is our finish line!
— Read on pkdfoundation.salsalabs.org/2019walkforpkd-northtexas/index.html
Thank you all in advance, by now you know that my mother passed in 2014 from complications of her PKD and that I also have it. Luckily, I am not symptomatic yet, and take preventive measures to stay that way!
Millions aren’t so lucky though and have to have transplants or suffer through years of dialysis like my mom did. She was on it for over 18 years!
Please give whatever you’re comfortable with, every little bit helps and again, thanks so much, I appreciate it and so does the foundation!
What a difference my second attempt at Keto Bagels using Fathead dough was since I used Almond flour, which I didn’t have the first time!
I actually found a cheaper brand of almond flour at Aldi! A 1lb bag from Baker’s Corner, 6 carbs (per 1/4 cup), gluten free, cost $6.99!
On my first attempt seen here, I used flax and egg to sub for the absence of almond flour. I kept the rest of the recipe the same, yet they came out tiny but still tasty.
This time, I measured everything carefully, used almond flour, egg, cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, baking powder and followed the directions to the letter.
BOOM! These bagels came out of the oven beautifully browned, large, dense, almost like ciabatta instead of a bagel. The cheese also lends a sourdough like flavor.
If you are following a Keto diet (or lifestyle like me) and you’ve been missing bread, these bagels are just the ticket! I only eat a half at a time and I’m totally full.
Today I paired an egg cup with half a bagel, slathered in grass-fed butter and some sugar-free strawberry preserves I made on Monday. YUM!!
This time I used the recipe from Fit Mom Journey and maybe that made a difference too. Now, I don’t know if the macros are for a whole or half bagel but they are this:
292 calories, 25g of fat, 4.5 net carbs, 14 g of protein.
Let me know if you have given these a try or even would! Do you indulge in bread once in a while as long as you make it yourself?
I have other go-to breads as well, like 90 second Keto bread and more. Check out my Pinterest page for other great ideas!
This morning I watched a very important film called The Need to Grow and immediately went on a crusade to share it with the world.
It hit me so profoundly that I want to help in whatever small way that I can, so for me being a blogger, writer, and freelancer, my way is sharing the news.
Why should you care?
Do you know where your food comes from? Do you care whether the food you eat is poisoned or at least tainted by GMOs and pesticides? What about your kids and theirs?
Do you realize that if we keep going the way we are, we will run out of healthy soil and will not be able to farm at all???
I blogged about this over on my other blog Words on a Page and then I shared that blog on all of my social media channels (except Instagram) (only because I don’t know how yet)
I’m going to share it here too, just in case you don’t want to go visit my other blog-here is the link:
I have a head start at least if I plan to make some changes at home. I recycle. I grow indoor herbs and vegetables that can be moved outside for a starter garden.
I can make a vow here and now that you can help me be accountable for, I will try.
I have pets and other challenges, but if I can do a vertical garden, that will work well! Plus, my husband won’t have to mow around my garden.
Or, maybe I tell him my plan and he even HELPS me grow a garden. I mean, he has recently jumped on the “get healthy” bandwagon too!
He eats better, exercises almost every day, works out with weights, he has dropped from 206 to 177 in just three months!! I hate him (just kidding) but I AM jelly!!
Together, we can do our part to help change the planet by changing our thinking. Industrial farming is killing us. Monsanto knows this, yet they don’t stop their way of farming.
This film is the answer to the problem in the movie Idiocracy-unfortunately, it’s all coming true!! Go watch it again if you don’t believe me!
We can also start supporting our local farmer’s markets, stop shopping at Walmart for our produce, although that will be a challenge for me. I’d rather grow my own than convince the hubs to stop going to Walmart. 😉
Please take just one hour out of your day to watch this ground-breaking film, everyone has to eat, so everyone should be part of the solution.
Let me know your thoughts and ideas after you watch it please!!
Have you ever tried peanut butter bread? Did you know how easy it is to make?
How about how easy is it to screw it up? Ok, maybe I didn’t totally ruin it, it was edible, warm with some cream cheese slathered on it.
Here’s what I did wrong. First, I added baking powder when it called for baking soda.
Now, I think the three eggs and the natural peanut butter and its oil contributed to the moistness, so that part was good.
Plus, it’s hard to wrap your head around the fact that this is just another alternative bread. I expected sweetness, and after tasting it, I feel it would be better sweet.
Maybe that’s just me and my sweet tooth, but to me, peanut butter bread sounds like it should be at least a little bit sweet. Then cream cheese would have been good.
Think how yummy cream cheese and sugar-free jelly would be on it. Maybe even butter and the SF jelly/jam.
Anyhow, I got the recipe in Melissa Thorsby’s Hot and Healthy Keto Group on Facebook.
Here is the recipe:
PEANUT BUTTER BREAD
• 1 cup smooth peanut butter
• 3 large eggs
• 1 tbsp vinegar
• 1/2 tsp baking soda
• 1 tsp granular sweetener
1) Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease two 3 inch x 5-inch mini loaf pans. In a medium bowl, combine all the ingredients.
Hand whisk or use mixer to mix until everything is smooth.
2) Divide batter equally between the two loaf pans. Bake for about 25 minutes until breads are fully cooked or toothpick inserted comes out clean.
Let breads cool before slicing and serving.
Amount Per Serving (1 slice or 1/12 of recipe)
Net Carbs 3g