6. Keto French Toast
This easy french toast recipe can be made as a delicious breakfast item but also as an excellent dessert choice. If you’re feeling adventurous this recipe includes two different home-made bread recipes both low-carb friendly for your Keto diet. Although, if you’re not much of a baker use a store bought low-carb bread that will work great too.
This delicious French toast is coated in a rich creamy and egg mixture that will definitely satisfy you. Dust your French toast with cinnamon and Erythritol (an excellent sugar substitute) and top it off with sugar-free maple syrup for extra sweetness.
Photo and Recipe Credit: Keto Diet App
5. Keto Blueberry Smoothie
Did you know you can still have some fruits while one the Keto diet? While it is best to avoid most fruits as they are high in carbs, you can eat most berries on the Keto diet, but always in moderation. Eating low-carb fruits such as berries in moderation is important because they are still packed with natural sugars (fructose). Some low-carb fruits include; avocados, tomatoes, raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, peaches and many other great choices.
What better way to start your day off or finish a workout with this beautiful Keto smoothie recipe. Let’s put the unicorn frappuccino to shame with this healthy and easy on the eyes smoothie, like how beautiful is this? Easy to put together, the combination of vanilla and blueberry will feel like a dessert for breakfast. Blueberries also contain a lot of healthy nutrients such as a great source of anti-oxidants (damage control), Folate-or known as Vitamin B9 (an important mineral for pregnant women, and regulates cholesterol), as well as a great course of vitamin C. Finish your smoothie by adding full fat yogurt to give it that stunning galaxy swirl and top it off with (optional) unsweetened coconut shreds. Your masterpiece drink is only minutes away.
Photo and Recipe Credit: Fat For Weightloss