I normally don't care much for sweets but when I want something sweet then I really do.
So I whipped this up: creamed coconut with vanilla, and frozen strawberries. I didn't even have half of it and was stuffed.
This is definitely a keeper :) .
120g Alpro plain yoghurt
1 tsp psyllium husks
40g frozen raspberries
0,25 tsp chia seeds
Mix the yoghurt with the psyllium husks and chia seeds and leave to rest until it has reached the thickness you prefer.
You can add any fruit you like too ?
We all like mug cakes but so far I haven't really found one that I really like. This peanut butter mug cake however is delicious and I am sure with a few tweaks this could potentially be the best mug cake ever! And all this with three ingredients!
3 tbsp (45g) of smooth peanut butter
3 tsp sweetener (or to taste)
1 large egg
Mix all ingredients in a large mug and microwave at 900W for one minute.
Low Carb Bounty... that! ⭐️ I didn't believe it either, but there is such thing as low carb bounty. And the best about them? Less than 2 carb per piece. The recipe makes 15 pieces, and they are quite a size, too!
20g coconut oil
3 tbsp sweetener
200ml heavy cream/double cream
200g desiccated coconut
100g 90% Lindt chocolate (14 carb per 100g) or any other low carb chocolate
Mix the butter, the coconut oil with the cream and bring to the boil.
Add the sweetener.
Take of the heat and mix the coconut in.
Now either press the mixture into a form if you have one, or alternatively heap the mixture onto clingfilm, creating like a long sausage. Roll tight and leave to set in the fridge for 3-4 hours.
Remove the mixture from the form, respectively the clingfilm and cut into pieces of the same size.
Melt the chocolate in the microwave or heat it in a bain-marie. To avoid burning add a dollop of coconut oil. Cover the bounty pieces in chocolate and leave them drip and cool on a metal rack.