Making Easy Viral Recipes, But Keto!

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Recipes we tried, you do NOT need a TikTok account to view these!
Yogurt Bark

Baklava Toast

Parmesan Rind Puffs

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  1. I don't recall you saying if you liked the yogurt bark. I was impressed, but as usual I immediately started thinking of ways to improve upon it. I recently started using skinny girl syrups so I would add that instead of Stevia for sweetness and flavor, chop the strawberries into smaller bits and then spoon the mixture into a silicone mold with smaller shaped bits. Once frozen, pop out and store in a container in the freezer this will keep the edible pieces consistent and smaller. I am sure eating the larger bark pieces is a pleasure.

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