Spinach Artichoke Soup

This is a warm and creamy soup that could be a side or a main dish. Chicken or sausage would fit nicely with the flavors in this. The spinach could be swapped out for kale or another green if desired. Hot and ready is under 45 minutes. Spinach Artichoke Soup Ingredients 2 tbsp butter1 onion,... Continue Reading →

Butter Crackers

I have tried so many different crackers, none of them were "great"...these are. You can season them up any way you want, make them match any dip, spread or topping. Add a little chicken broth crystals and make a Chicken in a Biscuit copycat, add herbs and spices in or on top, you can even... Continue Reading →

Lupin Chocolate Chip Cookies

These are by far the best keto chocolate chip cookies I've mad yet. I am still playing with the recipe and there may be minor changes as time goes on. Check back for changes. Lupin Chocolate Chip Cookies Ingredients 1½ cups of almond flour, fine ground2 tbsp of lupin flour ( Lupina Flour Brand is... Continue Reading →

Green Enchilada Chicken Soup

Green Enchiladas Chicken Soup Ingredients 2-3 cups shredded chicken, cooked28 oz can green enchilada sauce or make your own (see below)24 oz chicken broth1/4 cup onion, diced and sautéed in butter1 cup half and half (or heavy cream)2 cup Monterey jack cheese4 oz cream cheese, cubed and softened4 oz green salsa (red works ok too)salt... Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Fries & Hash

These taste like sweet potato fries but with 1/3 the carbs. So good, and pretty simple, but you do need a sharp peeler to get that skin off. Use this same recipe or leftover fries to make a pumpkin hash. Recipe at the bottom. Pumpkin Fries Ingredients 1 small pie pumpkin2 tsp cornstarch (optional)2 tsp... Continue Reading →

Corn Bread Muffins

These are great with Chili, soups or by themselves with butter and jelly. Change it up by adding cheese or jalapenos. Corn Bread Muffins Ingredients (this makes 6 muffins) 1 cup almond flour (or ¾ cup almond and 3 tbsp lupin flour)1 tsp baking powder2 eggs, beaten2 tbsp cream2 tbsp water¼ cup butter, melted1 tsp... Continue Reading →

Fruit Crumble (Lupin flour)

A crumble is a simple dessert that can be made seasonal by just changing the filling. This works with berries, rhubarb, you can even make "apple" with zucchini or chayote squash. Look here for directions. This also doubles very easily. Fruit Crumble Ingredients 2-4 cups prepped fruit (sweetened and cooked if needed, like rhubarb or... Continue Reading →

Lupin Dinner/Breakfast Rolls

This recipe makes wonderful dinner rolls, but I have also found that they make a great breakfast food. Top with butter and jam or use for biscuits and gravy. They are soft and fluffy. If you swap out the fine lupin flour for the coarser ground lupin...these make a wonderful "corn" bread muffin. This recipe... Continue Reading →

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