Keto dark chocolate gelatin pudding – Nourishing Keto Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding This nourishing Keto dark chocolate gelatin pudding is so creamy and delicious! Gelatin is the protein formed after the slow simmering of skin, bones, and cartilage of animals. Gelatin containing broth has been used in healthy traditional cultures for thousands of years as a diet staple. Many clients I work with say they are too busy to make broth so I found a great gelatin that is flavorless from grass fed cows that is processed using low heat. I still think the homemade broth is best but gelatin can be good for busy times. This kind of gelatin is a very healthy product that can be used as a natural thickener for soups and smoothies. This recipe uses gelatin in a creamy delicious pudding which makes getting this super food fun and satisfying. Me and my little sister recently made this nourishing dark chocolate gelatin pudding recipe for my 90 year old Grampa and he loved it. Reasons You Need More Gelatin: Contains easy to digest calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur and trace minerals Speeds healing from seasonal cold’s and flu’s Builds healthy bone matrix Provides minerals for strong teeth Supports joints, cartilage and tendons with Chondroitin and Glucosamine Fights cellulite Prevents wrinkles Increases muscle mass Speeds metabolism Heals the intestinal lining preventing chronic disease Supportive for over stressed thyroid and adrenal glands Broth with gelatin makes small portions of meat very filling which saves money Nourishing Keto Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding This nourishing and delicious creamy Keto dark chocolate gelatin pudding is perfect for the paleo, low carb, ketogenic, dairy, gluten, egg and sugar free dieters! Prep Time 20 minutes Cook Time 10 minutes Total Time 1 hour Servings 4 servings, (1/2 cup) Calories 297 kcal Author Caitlin Weeks Ingredients Instructions Melt the chocolate in a double boiler with the coconut milk and sweetener until melted and mixed thoroughly. Remove from heat and mix in the vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg. Mix the gelatin with the water until dissolved. Add the dissolved gelatin to the chocolate mixture and stir well. Put the pudding into the refrigerator for one to two hours or until set and chilled. If you are impatient put it in the freezer for about 30 minutes. Recipe Notes For Paleo version: Use 1/4 cup maple syrup/honey in place of stevia Net Carbs: 4.7 g Nutrition facts based on 4 servings Nutrition Facts Nourishing Keto Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding Amount Per Serving Calories 297 Calories from Fat 278 % Daily Value* Total Fat 30.9g 48% Sodium 20mg 1% Potassium 202mg 6% Total Carbohydrates 8.4g 3% Dietary Fiber 3.7g 15% Sugars 0.2g Protein 6.4g 13% Calcium 2% Iron 24% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Let me know what you decide to make with your gelatin. This is the kind I usually buy because it is grass fed: Sources: www.westonaprice.org/food-features/broth-is-beautiful Gelatin: A Healthy Protein Powder Does this sound like you? Have you heard about […]
No Bake Keto Pumpkin Dessert Pudding – No Bake Keto Pumpkin Dessert Pudding! This No Bake Keto Pumpkin dessert pudding is so delicious your family will be asking for seconds. It combines the healing benefits of gelatin with pumpkin nutrition and healthy fats goodness! Gelatin- So many benefits! I have been messing around with gelatin a lot lately trying to make egg free pancakes, but I have not mastered it yet. Already drinking tons of broth each day for my gelatin (see easy recipe). I have learned so much about using powdered gelatin as an egg substitute and have found that the great thing is that it is an instant thickener! Gelatin is so great for healing the gut and helping with food cravings because it is full of anti-inflammatory amino acids. It also provides collagen for preventing wrinkles and reducing cellulite. Gelatin also helps protein digestion. This brand is tasteless it works perfectly in smoothies and shakes. It has 12 grams of protein in two tablespoons too! No Bake Keto Pumpkin Dessert Pudding This No Bake Keto Pumpkin Dessert Pudding is perfect for low carb, ketogenic, sugar, gluten, egg and dairy free dieters! Also includes instruction to make it paleo friendly (See notes for that)! Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 5 minutes Total Time 15 minutes Servings 4 servings (1/2 cup each) Calories 166 kcal Author Caitlin Weeks Ingredients Instructions Dissolve the gelatin in a small bowl with 3 tbsp of water. Heat the coconut milk in a saucepan then add the the gelatin mixture. Stir for a few minutes and then add the pumpkin, spice, and sweetener. Stir for a few more minutes until it is all warm and dissolved. Put in two small bowls and put in the fridge or freezer until it is cool and set, about 20 minutes. Recipe Notes For Paleo version: Use 2 Tbsp raw honey (order here) in place of liquid stevia Net Carbs: 1.3 g Nutrition facts based on 4 servings! Nutrition Facts No Bake Keto Pumpkin Dessert Pudding Amount Per Serving Calories 166 Calories from Fat 131 % Daily Value* Total Fat 14.6g 22% Sodium 13mg 1% Potassium 289mg 8% Total Carbohydrates 9g 3% Dietary Fiber 3.5g 14% Sugars 4.2g Calcium 2% Iron 11% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Are you looking for more creative egg free meal ideas? The new book Awaken by Karen Sorenson has 30 great ideas including: Skillet scrambles with meats and veggies Easy no cook strawberry pudding Blueberry cobbler Bacon twists Breakfast pizza Pumpkin faux-meal Grain free granola Breakfast cookies Fruity smoothies Savory grass fed and pastured sausages Spaghetti squash hash browns Strawberry and blueberry crumble Apple sauce Stuffed mushrooms Zucchini soup Zucchini stuffed meat boats Chocolate smoothies Grits (my favorite!) Get all these recipes and more in this great book! More reasons I love this book! She also gives a great chart about how to interchange sweeteners for gaps/paleo and low carb diets. This makes it easy use your […]
Are you carrying around extra pounds that you just can’t seem to get rid of? Do you really enjoy eating meat and meat products? If so, you can start using high fat low carb foods to provide healthy fuel for your body while losing weight. In order for this plan to work, you need to be sure that you follow the guidelines carefully. If you consume too many carbs it will be difficult for you to achieve and maintain the proper fat-burning state associated with the low carb diet plans. Foods That Are High Fat Low Carb Foods that are high in fats and foods with low carbs should comprise the majority of your caloric intake each day. Additionally, you can eat a wide range of produce that doesn’t contain carbs or only has small amounts. Make certain that you learn the carb content for carrots, fruits and similar fare.