The words ‘keto’ and ‘snacks’ and ‘desserts’ are usually not thought of going together.
But the truth is that you can still enjoy snacks and desserts, which are commonly thought of as being unhealthy, while still on a keto diet.
The reason why is simple: you just need to make a few ingredient changes, and that’s exactly what this book teaches you how to do.
For example, did you know that you can replace white flour with coconut flour, which is much lower in carbs?
Did you know that you can trade sugar for stevia or erythritol, which are also much lower in carbs.
Of course, you still want to make sure that you eat these treats in moderation, but the point is that you can still eat them and enjoy them.
As we will soon see, the ketogenic diet may be restrictive, but it is not as restrictive as you may have previously thought.
In this recipe guide book, we will go over dozens of different recipes for snacks and desserts that stick closely to the ketogenic diet. You can enjoy these recipes without sacrificing your health.
Examples of recipes that we will cover in this book include:
- Avocado Cocoa Cookies
- Pumpkin Keto Bites
- Avocado Nutty Heaven
- Mint Ice Cream
- Fruity Pops
- Cheesy Souffle
By the end of this book, you will have learned about dozens of ketogenic desserts and snacks recipes that you can try on your own at home and enjoy for many years to come.
About the Author
Joshua Christensen has always had a passion for health, fitness, and philanthropy. He enjoys helping others along their journey to better health through proper nutrition, dieting, and exercise. Joshua is the VP of Marketing for Genius Gourmet Inc. and currently resides in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. He loves spending time with his family, the outdoors and enjoys doing what he can to help others achieve their goals.