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Condiments, Mayo, Mayonnaise -

Thank you to everyone who asked about my Homemade Mayo to use in the Deviled Eggs recipe.  NAME Homemade Mayo DESCRIPTION When my family had a restaurant famous for chicken sandwiches, the secret ingredient was house mayo. People would line up for the Broasted chicken, thinking it starred in the sandwich. It wouldn’t have tasted nearly as good without the silky, creamy tang of fresh mayonnaise. Many people who eat keto avoid mayo. That’s because the store-bought versions contain ingredients like highly processed vegetable oils and artificial stabilizers. Sometimes, the ones in the grocery store even come packed with sugar....

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deviled eggs, easter, keto, Vegetarian -

When we started eating keto, Sam hoped that she would never lay eyes on another Deviled Egg. The joke was on her! Ha. Ha. Ha. These babies are sugar free, gluten free, and low carb. The perfect food!

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  Cats love butter. One time, Sam read that on the internet. It was touted as a cat hack to make them happy. The instruction was to place a dab of butter on the front paw to keep a cat busy and distracted when other things are going on. While I don’t know if cats really do love butter (and know for a fact that this hack is not legit even though she tried it a couple of times), I can guarantee that Sam loves Salted Butter. I haven’t tried the hack on her, yet… Butter is one of those...

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My very favorite cookie of all times is the Snickerdoodle. Any time of year, I love the taste of cinnamon mixed with sweet. Studies have shown that the smell of cinnamon can helps with memory and curbs food cravings. Additionally, it elevates mood. No wonder the cookies are so popular.For many of us who eat keto, cookies are off the plate. That’s one of the reasons I’ve worked so hard to make a Snickerdoodle Fat Bombs. Why not make my favorite flavors work for me? My gluten free, sugar free, and low carb recipe improves the good qualities of the...

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 When Sam and I had our wedding celebration, we served Kentucky Bourbon Balls. Our friend Cindy helped us make over 500 of them as part of our wedding favor candy bar. We hand-rolled and hand-dipped the balls just the way Sam’s mom taught her how to do as a child. It was our way of honoring her mom’s memory at the party. As you may know, hand-dipping Kentucky Bourbon Balls are a labor of love. It takes at least two days to make them and only moments to devour them. That, plus the fact that the original recipe is far...

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