Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread With Ghee (Keto, Low-Carb, Paleo)

A while ago, I tried making my own Nutella. I over-roasted the hazelnuts, however, and ended up with a consistency that was too grainy and chalky. I still ate it (of course!) and it wasn't bad, but it wasn't the rich and decadent spread I was looking for. Assuming it was my food processor that…

Middle-Eastern Lamb Meatball Soup With Herbs And Greens (Keto, Low-Carb, Wahls, Whole 30, AIP)

If you've been following me over at Instagram you probably know that I struggle on and off with IBS-like symptoms - in particular indigestion, gas, bloating and cramping. Some days, I can eat all the garlic and brussels sprouts and cheese without feeling anything. And then, sometimes, there's barely anything I can have without bloating…

Cacao-Spirulina Energy Balls With Adaptogens (Keto, Paleo, Vegan)

When I first started eating a ketogenic diet, all I wanted from my fat balls (or fatbombs, if you like), was for them to fill me up and satisfy my sweet tooth without breaking the "carb bank". But as the months went by, I started to move away from obsessing over my macros to looking…

Spanakorizo – Greek Spinach “Risotto” With Fennel and Bone Marrow (Keto, AIP, Paleo, Wahls, Whole30)

When most people think of Greek food, they think fried calamari, tzatziki and/or Greek salad. But, truth is, there are tons of traditional Greek recipes that are filled with flavor and incredibly easy to adapt to a grain-free and even dairy-free lifestyle! Greek dishes typically don't use tons of ingredients, but they do utilize a…

Coconut-Almond ‘Raffaello’ Truffles (Keto, Paleo, AIP, Wahls)

Growing up in Western Europe, Raffaello bonbons where among my all time favorite treats! If you've never heard of them, the original confections are spherical wafers filled with a white milk cream and white blanched almonds. They are decadently creamy, covered in shredded coconut and they are, like, the best thing ever! Because of the processed…

Roasted Coconut-Cauliflower Breakfast Bowl (Keto, Paleo, Low-Carb)

Full disclosure, I had trouble naming this dish. In my initial Instagram post I called it "noatmeal" (i.e., fake oatmeal) because that's what it felt like to me, but then I realized most people probably associate oatmeal with warm and creamy, whereas this recipe is more on the dry, nutty and complex side. If you…