Keto Biscuits & Sausage Gravy With Scrambled Eggs │Easy Keto Recipes│Keto Brunch Ideas


Keto Connect Air Fryer Biscuits: I swapped the cheddar cheese they suggest for mozzarella cheese.

Sausage Gravy:
1 lb sausage (I used Jimmy Dean)
1/2 cup chicken broth
1 cup heavy cream
1 tsp Lawry’s seasoned salt
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp xantham gum
4 oz cream cheese

Keto Fajita Spice Blend For Chicken:
(Use this fajita spice blend per pound of chicken)
2 tsp chili powder
1 tsp pink salt
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp Lakanto monk fruit (or keto sweetener)
1/2 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp cumin

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    What does a homeless person look like? There is a HUGE difference between homeless and panhandlers. Most homeless folks look like you and me. You would never know they were homeless. They wash up in public restrooms, put on makeup/deodorant, brush their teeth/hair and use de-wrinklier so clothes look nice. Maybe you should consider volunteering at a shelter, paying it forward and learn the difference. Most folks prior to this virus were one paycheck away from homeless and now you have put fear in them that after this they too may be homeless. Fear is not a good place to be. Many homeless folks got that way due to medical expenses, one strike of bad luck,etc. Many are healthcare professionals including Drs/Nurses), lawyers, entrepreneurs, professionals, in corporate world. I have encountered all the above. Never ever place yourself above another human being. No one is exempt from becoming homeless. I was homeless 18 months just two years ago. I worked since I was 15 years old and I was 59 when I had to quit my job. I was on FMLA taking care of my aging parent. I worked at my job 20 years. I lost my home due to foreclosure after 23 years. I used all my savings and retirement due to surviving during that time period. I am one of the lucky ones that had a car to protect me from most elements and crimes. I started my new chapter. Not only was it myself but my senior dog and two senior cats ( that had never been on the ground and only car ride was to vet previous). They were 10/11/12. We did not have a dime and I never asked for a dime. When you trust God and go out on Total Faith…God will take care of you and He will never ever forsake you. I was on the street until my car finally had electrical fire. Winters were much easier than summers. I would do it all over again in a heartbeat if my heath allowed and I had SUV to lay down. I met the kindest folks on the street. Not judge-mental folks (remember I never looked homeless). I would sleep sitting up in my car and rise every morning asking God who I could be a blessing to today. Use me as your vessel and He did. I had the best attitude and was the happiest ever. Unfortunately when my parent died I was unable to return to work because of my own new health issues. I would love to work however I physically cannot. Oh by the way not one friend/BFF prior to homeless offered me a meal, shower or couch. That part was shocking. Folks you thought would be there scattered. I have a whole new set of friends today. If you were down to zero money/food and another homeless person heard they would give you their last dollar/breadcrumb. Homeless was liberating and freed you up from the clutter of life. Stuff did not weigh you down and don’t knock sleeping underneath the stars every night, breathing fresh crisp air, walking in woods and swimming in lakes until you try i every day. I have never felt closer to God. I was already a Christian however now I was not a religious person I was a spiritual soul.I no longer had my liaisons…I had a direct connection to God. I would encourage each and everyone of you to not worry through this pandemic…choose happy and positive (we are in this together and will get through all this together). Share of yourself. Share your many gifts and talents God has gifted to you…you inner beauty. Smile! Scatter joy! Lean 10000% on God in every aspect of your life…your victories, your times of troubles…your lows and highs. If He brings us to it He will bring us through it…stronger, braver, and definitely more compassionate. Forgive! As I have forgiven these comments today. Grow! Bless! Do the right thing when no one is looking. Before you speak taste your words. If they taste sour swallow before you spit the words out. Don’t gossip. Don’t bully. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Will it matter next week? Next year? 10 years from now? If not, let it go! Pick your battles. I am letting this go. I refuse to internalize toxins. Release negative…flowing out of your body…bless the world with pink as they bounce off your protective bubble ( pink is a sign of putting love back into the world).
    Wishing each and every single one of you love, peace, joy, unity, harmony, abundance and gratitude. Choose happiness. Choose positive. Be proactive. Pay it forward in love. Always! Love animals.
    Your life matters. My life matters. Every single life matters.
    I will look forward to your next video Jess as always. I have been only your whole journey and would not miss the next.
    Proud of you and your family.

  2. NEED HELP !!! Hi there I've been watching your videos and I've been inspired but I need help. I'm trying not to give up on the keto diet but also I'm not seeing very good results. I've managed to learn how to keep my carbs between 8 and 13 and my calories are always below but I'm struggling to keep my protein under, I don't know how low you should go on protein ? I barely eat to anything, I exercise pretty much every day for the first time in my life and I only eat between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. but I'm always starving!! to keep everything down I eat a salad for lunch with a boiled egg and an avocado and for supper a small portion of meat and a little bit of vegetable it just doesn't seem like very much food at all and yet the scale barely moves.. I also can never stay in ketosis, I'll pee on the stick in the morning and sometimes it shows quite hi but a few hours later it'll show barely a Trace. I don't understand what I'm doing wrong with such a small amount of food you think I'd be losing a lot of weight
    Any advice would be greatly appreciated! I dont think I can live with always being so hungry if theres no great results!!