10 KETO FOODS YOU SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE IN YOUR FRIDGE + 7 easy keto recipes to make with them

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MUST HAVE KETO FOODS IN YOUR REFRIGERATOR + 7 EASY KETO RECIPES YOU CAN MAKE WITH THEM!!

In this video, I share with you 10 keto foods that are always in my refrigerator. Having these foods on hand allow me to always make easy keto meals on the fly & meal prep easier – especially on nights when I come home from work and have no clue what to cook for dinner. These are staple foods that I keep stock in my fridge so I can make easy, delicious, keto meals and snacks throughout the week. The ideas in this video will make meal prepping simple.

I also share seven easy keto recipes you can make using the 10 fridge staples. These are recipes you can make for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack and dessert! All of them use the ingredients that I always keep in my fridge and don’t require a ton of time to make.

The 10 keto foods you will always find in my fridge are eggs, bacon, chopped vegetables, leafy greens, berries, pre-cooked proteins, heavy cream & nut milk, avocado, cheese and grassfed butter.

These foods make up the bulk of many of our meals and there are so many ways to use them.

RECIPES MENTIONED:
Maple Bacon Cookies:
Bacon Mayo:
Bacon Wrapped Shrimp:
Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers:
Keto Strawberry Cheesecake:
Keto Raspberry Crumble:
Keto Lasagna:

ITEMS MENTIONED:
Thai Almond Sauce:
Milkadamia Macadamia Nut Milk:
Everything Bagel Seasoning:

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EGG SCRAMBLE:
2 eggs
2 tablespoons heavy cream
2 tablespoons diced bell pepper
Handful of spinach

Whisk together eggs and heavy cream. Season with salt and pepper.
Pour onto a pre-heated, skillet greased with bacon grease. Cook over medium – low heat. Let set for 30 seconds. Then drag a spatula down the middle and around the sides to scramble

INSTANT POT HARDBOILED EGGS
12 eggs
1 cup of water

Lay down the trivet on your instant pot liner. Add the eggs. Pour in 1 cup of water. Close the lid and pressure cook on high for 5 minutes.
Let the pressure release naturally for 5 minutes before released the pressure manually.
Immediately transfer eggs to an ice bath and let sit for 5 minutes before storing or peeling.

RASPBERRY FLUFF
Raspberries
4 oz cream cheese
½ cup heavy cream
2 tablespoons monkfruit
1 teaspoon vanilla

Add ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.

CHICKEN THAI ALMOND STIR FRY
2 cups diced vegetables
2 cups sliced pre-cooked chicken
¼ cup Thai Almond Sauce (see link above)

Add leftover bacon fat into skillet over medium heat. Add vegetables and saute until soft.
Add chicken and cook until heated through. Add sauce and stir to combine.

AVOCADO SMOOTHIE
1 avocado
½ cup strawberries
1 cup macadamia nut milk
1 tablespoon monkfruit

Add to blender and blend until smooth

AVOCADO EGG BOATS
1 avocado
1 egg

Slice avocado in half and scoop out additional 2 tablespoons of avocado to allow for more room for the egg. Crack the whole egg inside the avocado or crack into a dish and add separately. Season.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.

CREAM CHEESE CELERY
2 stalks of celery
2 oz of cream cheese
Everything Bagel Seasoning

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  1. Oh wow! Must begin that keto diet plan. All the things in there are affordable and can be used in so many ways. Would one call asian foods keto foods as they have a greater fondness for vegetables and freshly sourced on the day. Also, I didn't see any mention of sea food? Thank you.

  2. I was doing great via a Paleo-Keto diet three years ago when I began breaking out in hives. Long story short, I'd developed cold-induced histamine intolerance. I'd never experienced hives before, and it was a path of deduction to solve my mysterious ailment.
    Look up Histamine Intolerance. It is triggered under different and varying stimulus. But at bottom, while our bodies naturally produce histamine, we also can supplement and stimulate production by what we eat and do.
    Foods? Much in the Keto/Paleo camp. Spinach, bacon, fermented goodies, grapes, strawberries, citrus, avocados, fish and shellfish, aged cheeses, vinegars … the list is long. And a biggie – leftovers! I went on a month long low histamine diet plus antihistamines.
    Slowly reintroduced foods from the list and went off the meds. I'm fortunate that I can manage now.
    Not trying to warn anyone off of Keto or Paleo. Just letting you know of possible effects from these diets so you'll recognize the signs should you react with histamine intolerance.

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