6 Healthy Snack Recipes Your Kids Will Enjoy

“What’s for snacks?” With your kids spending more time at home during this pandemic, you’ve probably heard them ask this question 239 times in a month. While there are nutritious options in the market, below are recipes you can try at home (with them if you need another activity to keep them entertained).

Sugar-Free Fruitless Fruit Snacks

Your kids would have no idea that these tasty jellos are not made with fruits. What’s the secret ingredient? Caffeine-free, flavored herbal tea! These snacks are so easy to make, and you’ll have fun creating those cute shapes with molds or cookie cutters. Yes, this can be an enjoyable kiddie kitchen activity, too.

pecan crackers

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Pecan Crackers

Pecans, nuts that are excellent sources of fiber, protein, and copper, make these savory and nutritious crackers a better alternative to store-bought ones. These snacks go well with sharp cheddar, apple butter, or a slather of warm brie. And if you need an interesting trivia to share with your kids while they enjoy their bite, here’s one: Pecans are the only tree nut native to North America.

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Oreo Chaffles Recipe

Do you know a kid who doesn’t love Oreos? Probably not. Those classic cookies are a real treat for children, but if you’re looking for a low-carb alternative, this recipe is what you need. “They are deliciously chocolatey inside, and the creamy topping is very much like the cream filling in an Oreo cookie – without all the unneeded carbs,” says the author.

Chocolate Zucchini Muffins

The title tells us what to expect: veggie-infused snacks that can satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth. Top the muffins with chocolate chips for more chocolatey goodness. Since this is a guaranteed favorite, you can make this recipe in a big batch and store them properly in the freezer.

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Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs

These fat bombs taste like mini strawberry cheesecakes. They are low-carb and so easy to make with just four ingredients. Using freeze-dried strawberries is key to making these rich and creamy scoops extra flavorful. You can use fresh or frozen strawberries, but they can be watery.

Snack Bars

Anyone can enjoy these healthy snack bars. You can make this with pecans, macadamia nuts, or any keto-friendly nuts. With its sweet and salty taste, nutty flavor, and crunchy texture, you might want to prepare extra servings and keep them in an airtight container for up to 1-2 months at room temperature. No-hassle storage, easy to grab when you’re on the go.

Which of these snacks are you adding to your meal plan? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments.

6 Healthy Snack Recipes Your Kids Will Enjoy

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7 Air Fryer Recipes: Healthy Food You Can Cook With Less Oil

Using air fryers in the kitchen has recently gained popularity. Air-fried foods have lower fat and calories as they use no or less cooking oil. Plus, they are simple to use! If you’ve got this appliance, here are 7 recipes you can try and add to your low-carb meal plan.

Roasted Turnips

This straightforward recipe is an excellent alternative for starchy potatoes. Simply coat the cubed turnips with seasoning and air fry for about 10 minutes. Once done, they will look toasted, but you’ll love how creamy they taste. Serve them as a side dish for dinner or breakfast.

Air Fryer Quesadillas With Chicken

Air Fryer Quesadillas With Chicken

This recipe offers a kid-approved meal alternative for your busy nights. With just six ingredients, you can create a delicious and satisfying Mexican dinner in 30 minutes. Add more cheese (or a variety of complementary cheeses) if you want the quesadillas to be gooey. You can also spice it up with chopped jalapeños or chili powder.

Cauliflower Buffalo Wings

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Air Fryer Cauliflower Buffalo Wings

Fancy something spicy? Try the meatless version of buffalo wings! With this recipe, the cauliflower florets become so flavorful that you might want to overindulge a bit. It’s best eaten fresh with carrot sticks, celery, and veggie slices.

Air Fryer Cheesy Keto Rolls

Air Fryer Cheesy Keto Rolls

You can have these cheesy rolls as your snack or side dish to any entree. They are best eaten immediately after cooking. If you have extra servings, store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to three days.

Air Fryer Burger Bites

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Air Fryer Burger Bites

Are you having a small gathering with family and friends? Make these burger bites your appetizer. You get to taste all the flavors of McDonald’s Big Mac with this recipe, and if you serve each mini-burger on a toothpick with a pickle, lettuce, and tomato, you got yourself a rainbow in a stick.

Air-Fried Mushrooms

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Air-Fried Mushrooms

Shake mushrooms in olive oil and seasoning, cook them in an air fryer for 8 minutes, and you got yourself a simple but fantastic side dish for your steak nights. You can also use them as your meaty topping to your green salad or serve them as an appetizer during gatherings.

Keto Air Fryer Orange Chicken

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Air Fryer Orange Chicken

Making a low-carb version of Chinese recipes can be challenging because of their sugar requirements, but this delicious recipe has the suitable ingredient substitutions and ratios to keep it low-carb. Serve this with your favorite green salad or stir-fried vegetables.

Which among these dishes are you keen to cook? Let us know in the comments!

_Air Fryer Recipes Healthy Food You Can Cook With Less Oil

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6 Easy Summer Recipes: Fresh and Tasty Food to Try on Hot Days

The benefits of consuming seasonal food go beyond health and taste. Foods that are locally harvested and eaten during the natural growing season have a less environmental impact. With fewer production and transportation costs, they are budget-friendly as well. For all these important reasons, we put together six recipes to try this summer season.

Dairy-Free Pesto

Summer is the best time to prepare this healthy pesto sauce when basil pops up everywhere. With just a few ingredients and less than 10 minutes of your time, turn this fragrant herb into a flavorful condiment for your veggies, sandwich, pasta, mashed cauliflower, baked salmon… the list can go on and on.

Char-Grilled Avocado with Creamy Herb Dressing

Are you inviting friends over for some barbeque? Grill some avocados for your easy side dish or appetizer. Its creamy taste infused with a smokey flavor is hard to beat. Top it with this recipe’s tangy dressing, and you got yourself a low-carb, gluten-free treat.

Cucumbers with Chimichurri

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Cucumbers with Chimichurri

Would you like something hot and appetizing to accompany your crispy cucumber slices? You can whip up this chimichurri recipe with a few pantry ingredients in about 10 minutes! If served as a side dish to your summer barbeque fun, you can also spread the Argentinean condiment to your grilled meat for an extra kick.

Zucchini and Squash Salad

Need an alternative to your cucumber and tomato salad? Steam summer squash and zucchini for a short period and combine them with tomatoes and salad dressing. Slightly steaming the veggies gives them more flavor and brighter color without losing their texture.

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Fried Okra

If you don’t like okra, this crispy recipe will turn you into a convert! It uses almond flour for the breading to keep this side dish low in carbs. For best results, use fresh okra a day or two after you bought it. If you have an air fryer, go for that option as it’s healthier than pan frying (and cheaper too since you don’t have to use oil).

Eggplant Parmesan

If you’re craving some Italian food, this classic eggplant parmesan recipe is a great option. With eggplant as the main ingredient, you’ll get a good amount of vitamins, minerals, and fiber in few calories. Not the quickest dish to prepare but its flavor and nutrition are worth your time and effort.

Care to share your go-to summer recipes in the comments? We’d love to try them!

Easy Summer Recipes Fresh and Tasty Food to Try on Hot Days

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6 Lettuce Wraps Made in Under 30 Minutes

Lettuce wraps are a great alternative if you want to avoid sugar spikes from eating a bun at lunch or dinner. Lettuce is low in calories and carbs, and with its vitamins, fiber, and high water component, it can help you stay healthy and hydrated.

Lettuce wraps have endless variations, but the ones we gathered below are rich in protein, quick to prepare, and full of flavor. Be sure to add these healthy timesavers to your meal plans!

Strawberry Salsa Shrimp Lettuce Wraps

Strawberries are a common buy for many families in summer. They’re perfect on their own, but you can also turn them into a savory and colorful dish with frozen shrimp, lime, and herbs. No cooking required to prepare this pretty salsa.

Chicken Lettuce Cups

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Chicken Lettuce Cups

The hoisin, soy sauce, and rice vinegar mixture is the secret to this savory meal. Its sweet and salty zest pairs well with the sauteed chicken and lettuce leaves. This recipe also uses water chestnuts, which adds texture and improves the flavor.

Fried Avocado BLT

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Fried Avocado BLT

Pan-fried avocado? If you haven’t tried cooking avocado yet, this recipe lets you taste how it can be creamy and crunchy at the same time. And with sugar-free bacon in your “sandwich,” your kids would finish this meal with a smile.

Tuna Egg Salad

Tuna Egg Salad Lettuce Cups

Open a canned tuna, mixed it with hard-boiled egg slices, herbs and dressing, and you have a protein-rich meal in minutes. As this recipe suggests, add celery or cucumbers for some crunch and pickle or green olives for a bit of a sour kick.

Taco Lettuce Wraps

Taco Lettuce Wraps

If you miss tacos but don’t want to bolus for the crunchy shells, this is the recipe to try. Top it with sliced avocado, shredded cheese, or any topping of your choice, and you’re in for a Mexican treat. Got a busy week ahead? Double the meat and store it in the fridge for a make-ahead dinner.

Low Carb Lettuce Wraps with Turkey

Lettuce Wraps with Turkey & Roasted Peppers

Are you planning to go on a picnic? Wrap deli turkey, veggies, and cheese in a large lettuce leaf for your no-sweat lunch. This recipe uses roasted pepper, but if you (or your kids) are not a fan of it, you can substitute it with tomatoes.

What other lettuce recipes do you recommend? Do you have any tips for storing, preparing, or cooking this vegetable? We would love to read them in the comments.

6 Lettuce Wraps Made in Under 30 Minutes

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Eggciting Repices for Your Next Breakfast or Brunch

Eggs are the preferred to-go for breakfast and brunch. They are not just healthy; they are also versatile, as proven by the recipes we have put together for you. Try them out and turn your average dish into a tasty crowd-pleaser.

Prosciutto Egg Cups

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Prosciutto Egg Cups

On lazy mornings, you only need three main ingredients to prep up for a hearty breakfast: prosciutto, spinach leaves, and eggs. Arrange them as instructed in a muffin tin or silicone cups, and air-fry or bake them for about 10 minutes. No fuss, no wasted time.

Eggs Baked in Avocado

This creamy recipe has probably everything you are looking for in a recipe. It’s low-carb, rich in fiber and healthy fats, satiating, and gorgeous-looking. Eat your serving on its own, or pair it with some low-carb bread. Best eaten immediately after making them, but leftovers can be stored in the fridged and reheated.

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Savory Frittata

The egg and cream mixture, stuffed with sweet potatoes, onions, spinach, and feta cheese, and livened up with a dash of cumin, proves that this Italian dish is not just a fancy word for the omelet. Pair it with your favorite salad if having it for light dinner.

Egg Wrap Recipe

If you miss your classic sausage roll because you are following a low-carb meal plan, this is a great alternative. It uses thin egg crepe for the wrap, and it is stuffed with avocado and jalapeño cream cheese for more nutrition and flavor. It is filling, not to mention delicious when eaten warm or cold.

crustless egg cuiche

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Cheese Quiche

This is an easy keto recipe you can prepare on the weekend for a week’s worth of breakfast. This creamy, crustless quiche is made up of eggs, cheese, and butter, but you can customize it to include pre-cooked meats and low-carb vegetables.

Mini-Egg Fast Pizzas

Mini pizzas for brunch? If it is savory and quick to prepare like this recipe, it is easy to give a big nod. Feel free to tweak it with your favorite spices and herbs. A word of caution: this is another family-hit dish, so you might want to make a double batch.

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Bacon Egg Muffin Tops

The shredded cheese, scrambled eggs, and bacon bits as muffin toppings undeniably look inviting for your little kids (and your kid at heart). You can add some cooked spinach to the scrambled eggs to supplement the recipe with green veggies.

Breakfast Burrito

Do you miss burritos but do not want to deal with the chock-full of carbs? This alternative uses cheese tortilla to fit into your plan any time of the week. The sausage, eggs, and bacon make this dish protein-rich, extra flavorful, and more exciting.

What are your favorite egg recipes for breakfast or brunch? Share them in the comments; we would love to try them out too!

Eggciting Repices for Your Next Breakfast or Brunch

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6 Tasty Recipes for Peanut Butter Lovers

March kicks off with National Peanut Butter Lovers Day. While we think there’s more than enough reason to celebrate the existence of our all-time favorite spread every day, we’re honoring this event by featuring low-carb peanut butter recipes you (and your pancreas) will love.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Shortbread

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Shortbread

This shortbread is candy and cookie rolled into one. It uses low-carb almond and coconut flours for its base and rich dark chocolate with a tad of espresso for its topping, making it a flavorful option for snacks or dessert.

No-bake peanut butter cookies

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Peanut Butter No-Bake Cookies

No oven, no problem. With this recipe, you just mix the peanut butter with sunflower and pumpkin seeds, chocolate chips, and other ingredients for the batter, scoop them onto a baking sheet, and place them in the freezer. After 2 hours, you get to enjoy a sweet, crunchy, and satisfying dessert.

Peanut Butter Cheesecake

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Low-Carb Peanut Butter Cheesecake

Peanut butter in cheesecake sounds good, and it tastes even better if you top it with sugar-free melted chocolate. This recipe guides you on how to prepare this magical treat — without an oven. You make the crust in the processor and the cheesecake in the mixer. After putting them together, you let them set in the fridge for a few hours before adding the optional toppings.

Peanut Butter Smoothie

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Peanut Butter Smoothie

This peanut butter smoothie is a light and refreshing drink for snacks. On days when you barely have time to make breakfast, or you’re bored with eggs and bacon, this can be a good alternative too. Add a scoop of low-carb protein powder if you want to make it extra fulfilling.

Peanut Butter Ice Cream

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Peanut Butter Ice Cream

While the creamy and rich ice cream tastes good, the peanutty caramel sauce makes this treat even more savory. Top it with roasted salted peanuts for more protein, fiber, and crunch. If you prefer chocolate instead, the recipe has a link to a 3-ingredient keto hot fudge.

Peanut Sauce

Do you love munching vegetables for snacks? Use this recipe for your dipping sauce. Made by stirring only 5 ingredients in a bowl, this sauce has the right combination of salty, sweet, and sour. It’s also versatile; you can use it for salads, in noodle dishes, and on cooked chicken among others.

How do you like to use peanut butter in the kitchen? Share your tips with us in the comments!

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8 Spooky but Diabetes-Friendly Halloween Recipes

Everyone talks about treats during Halloween, which can be frustrating for those who regularly carb count. Fortunately, you can still celebrate the occasion without the sugar overload. You just need to get your creative juices flowing while preparing any of the low-carb recipes below.

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Spooky Mini Cheesecake Ghost Bites

If you’re looking for an alternative to candies and sweets during Halloween, these no-bake, fluffy, and flavorful ghost bites won’t disappoint. It takes 15 minutes to prepare them and an hour or two to set in the refrigerator. If you have kids, let them add the chocolate chips for the eyes.

Bloody Pumpkin Peppers

Carve a face into your bell pepper before filling it with the ground meat mixture. When cooked, it will look like an aging Jack-o-Lantern. Top it with mozzarella and marinara sauce, and you seemingly have brains and blood oozing out of Jack’s head.

sugar-free mummy recipe

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Halloween Cookie Dough Mummy Treats

Turn your edible cooking dough into something creepy but fun. Shape the dough into small ovals and cover them with layers of melted sugar-free white chocolate. You can make them ahead of time and store them in the fridge for your trick-or-treaters!

Graveyard Chicken Enchilada Dip

If you opt for something Mexican to celebrate Halloween, try this chicken enchilada dip. It’s easy to make, flexible, and addictively delicious. Decorate it with keto or low-carb crackers as tombstones for the eerie feel.

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Witch Finger Breadsticks

Make these witch finger breadsticks with fathead dough, basil, and garlic for snacks. The breadsticks are tasty as they are, but if you’re craving for tomato flavor, you can dip them in marinara sauce.

Halloween Cucumber Spiders

This may seem fiddly to prepare, but your kids will love decorating your sliced cucumbers with olive spiders. If you want to divert their attention from sweets to something equally fun and delicious, a kitchen session with this recipe can be a terrific way to go.

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Deviled Egg Eyeballs

If you’re thinking of having deviled eggs as a healthy appetizer for Halloween, you might as well get creative and make its spooky version. You only need to add green or black olives for the eyes, and then sprinkle paprika or add chili sauce to make it look bloodshot.

Eggplant Jack-O-Lantern Pizzas

This is another recipe your kids will love. Bake eggplant slices, add sauce and cheese for flavor, and then decorate them with Jack-o-Lantern faces using sliced pepperoni, ham, or bacon. The best thing about this nutritious pizza? No kneading and rolling needed!

What other interesting Halloween recipes do you recommend for those following a low-carb diet? Share with us how you celebrate this occasion at the dining table.

Diabetes-Friendly Halloween Recipes

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5 High-Protein and Flavorful Shrimp Recipes

It is easy to understand why shrimps are a favorite option among people with diabetes. They are high in protein, the macronutrient that makes you feel fuller and consequently reduces your craving for unnecessary and sugar spiking carbs. Apart from this effect on appetite, protein is also good for your bones, muscles, and blood pressure, among others.

But let’s not stop at discussing their health benefits. Let’s also explore how we can prepare them for easy, quick, and tasty meals with your loved ones.

Zucchini Shrimp Fra Diavolo

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Zucchini Shrimp Fra Diavolo

What do you get if you mix spiraled zucchini, sauteed shrimps and Arrabbiata sauce? A spicy Italian treat! Zucchini is a great low-calorie replacement for noodles but be sure not to overcook it as it gets mushy and watery. If you have kids, you can serve a different sauce for them. Suggested options include mild marinara, pesto, or with garlic, lemon, and a little salt.

Sesame Shrimp Stir Fry

Sesame Shrimp Stir Fry

With shrimps paired with broccoli, this is one of the healthy recipes you’d like to keep at hand. The toasted sesame seeds add more texture, and with the other condiments into the mix, it’s a “party in your mouth.” It has a hint of sweetness, which appeals to kids and picky eaters.

shrimp spaghetti squash Alfredo with broccoli

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Shrimp Spaghetti Squash Alfredo with Broccoli

This is another Italian recipe that replaces high-carb fettucini noodles with the blood sugar-friendly option, spaghetti squash. The pan-fried shrimps, steamed broccoli, and “noodles” blend well with the creamy and cheesy Alfredo sauce. No broccoli in the fridge? Don’t worry, you can replace it with any spinach, kale, or other low-carb vegetables.

shrimp gumbo

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Shrimp Gumbo

This shrimp-based, vegetable-loaded recipe takes a longer time to prepare than the other recipes on this list, but the flavor and nutrition you get from it make the effort worth it. Many people often consume it with rice, but low-carb bread and fresh salad are friendlier to your pancreas.

Spicy Shrimp Taco Lettuce Wraps

The regular tacos are high in carbs but if you use lettuce wraps and stuffed them with spicy shrimps and avocado tomato salsa, you’re in for a low-carb Mexican celebration. Top it with some creamy jalapeno and cilantro lime sauce for an added kick. You will want to have more after a serving but each taco has only 4g of net carbs, which is a pretty good deal.

How do you want your shrimps prepared? Share your recipes ideas in the comments!

5 High-Protein and Flavorful Shrimp Recipes

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6 Healthy and Easy Asparagus Recipes

The easiest way to prepare asparagus is to roast them. Just toss them in with oil and seasoning and bake it for a few minutes, and you have a crispy side dish for your chicken or pork dishes. This quick method of preparation always works well, even if you just use salt and pepper to taste. 

If you have extra time in the kitchen, you can be extra creative with this vegetable. Here are some ideas you might want to try: 

Cream of Asparagus Cheddar Soup 

If you find yourself craving for some healthy soup this summer, this low-carb, high-fat recipe is worth a try. You will need a food processor to puree the asparagus, but the rest is just about tossing in the ingredients into the pan. Super easy! 

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Cheesy Roasted Asparagus

This recipe takes roasted asparagus to the next level. Marinating the asparagus spears enhances the flavor, and the cheese on top of it makes it palatable even for picky eaters. Pair this with grilled meat to complete your low-carb meal. 

Lemon Ginger Chicken Asparagus Stir Fry

Why take out Asian food when you can try this simple recipe at home? Simply cook the chicken and asparagus in oil, garlic, and ginger, and then add the sauce. Keep stirring until the sauce comes to a boil and thickens up.

Asparagus Tart

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Low-Carb Keto Asparagus Tart

This tart is perfect for brunch or light lunch with some salad. Its crust consists of only three ingredients and does not need any equipment to make it. You can store this in the fridge for up to three days for make-ahead meals. 

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Asian Steak Kebabs with Asparagus

You would like to use thick asparagus for this recipe so that the spears stay intact when you thread them onto the skewers with the marinated beef and mushrooms. Optionally, you can add more colors to your kebab by adding onions, bell peppers, or fresh pineapple your stick. 


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Cauliflower Risotto with Asparagus and Mushrooms

Cauliflower “rice” isn’t new to the low-carb society, but this variation is just full of flavor. Simply stir-fry onion and garlic in oil and then add the sliced mushroom, asparagus, cauliflower, and other ingredients as instructed. Healthy, easy, and tasty. 

Do you have any easy asparagus recipes to share with us? Write them in the comments. 

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Recipe Roundup: Low-Carb Deletectable Desserts

I often find myself mourning the days before diabetes when I could eat whatever I wanted without implications. Now I have to think about if it is worth it. I have quite a sweet tooth, and most desserts are laden with carbohydrates, which makes it challenging to keep your blood sugars in range.

To enjoy a dessert after a long stressful day, first, I would need to count the carbs, then figure out my insulin dose, hope that the amount is correct and given at the appropriate time and that there were no other variables present. Sound easy? You’re right; it’s not. And the last thing I want at the end of the day is a roller coaster of blood sugars.

Low-carb desserts are a lifesaver for me when it comes to my diabetes management and my sanity. I want to be able to enjoy my guilty pleasures without having to worry about my blood sugars for hours after.

Taking a little time and effort to prepare these healthful desserts will help your weight, blood sugars, and your mental well-being. I found there was nothing worse than waking up to high blood sugars after a night of three (whoops) too many snacks.

Here is a roundup of some simple, yet delectable, low-carb dessert recipes:

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Keto Blueberry and Walnut Pound Cake

This deliciously moist pound cake is strikingly similar to the real thing. The cream cheese is the secret ingredient in this recipe and also pairs lovely with the blueberry and walnut topping. If you prefer lemon pound cake, just swap out the blueberries and walnuts with some lemon juice and  lemon zest for extra flavor! Yielding 10 slices at only 6 g net carbs each, this can easily become a family favorite or something you can single-portion for yourself and freeze!

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Almond Butter Keto Cookies

This four-ingredient flour-less cookie recipe is moist, dense, fudgy and gluten-free. While the fat content is a bit on the high side, at 4 g net carbs per serving, you can easily justify making this choice. Your blood sugars will be sure to agree. This recipe is also straightforward and quick to make–throw it all in one bowl and then place in the oven for ten minutes. Another benefit of this recipe is that it is made with almond butter, which has more vitamins, minerals, and fiber than peanut butter.

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Keto Brownies

With just six ingredients and only 2 g net carbs per serving, this recipe is one to try. Maya, from Wholesome Yum, spent a lot of time perfecting these brownies to be moist and delicious. She also offers some great baking and serving tips. I highly recommend you try it!

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Quick Keto Tiramisu

This delicious, already portion-controlled dessert contains a low-carb mug cake soaked in rum, between layers of cheesy mascarpone cheese. It is made with coconut flour, making it gluten-free, too. This dessert takes about ten minutes to make and fills two ramekins. A perfect dessert for two!

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Keto Avocado Chocolate Smoothie

This six-ingredient smoothie can be thrown into the blender for a quick meal to take on the go. It is also a great way to start the day since it contains healthy fats that will keep you satisfied for hours. With its creamy consistency, it will bring you back to your childhood, as it is reminiscent of a chocolate milkshake. This has quickly become a staple in my diet!

As you can see, there are plenty of low-carb desserts that can satisfy your cravings. These desserts can make you feel better about your choices, both for your weight and blood sugar management.

What low-carb desserts have you tried making with great success? Comment and share below!

Recipe Roundup_ Low-Carb Deletectable Desserts

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