Low-Carb Deliciousness in Each and EVERY Bite!
Welcome to the first of many guest-recipes here on Skinny On Low Carb! Today we feature an Aussie by the name of Helena Angelina! She has some amazing low-carb recipes so you are going to want to be sure to follow her!
In the meantime, we “join” Helena who says she is “prostrating before the gods of spice right now… Cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg – when added to a sweet pumpkin mousse, I’ll get on my knees. And I’m not one for kowtowing and curtsying, but today I’ll make an exception.”
I have had so many people ask me lately for recipes using just coconut flour I decided to devote a full recipe roundup to just that!
Normally coconut flour is added in very small amounts to almond flour in baked goods to keep the finished product from staying too “wet.” But there are some recipes out there that use a good bit of coconut flour; here’s 5 dozen!
(Japanese Cotton White-Chocolate Cheesecake)
I love finding simple recipes that are easily transformed into low-carb delicious treats for my family! In this case it got transformed even before I got it when Epicurious tested it in their kitchen too! Find out how they made it even simpler to make and bake!
Image Credit: ochikeron
with Spiced-Rum Cream Sauce
One of the most delicious comfort-food desserts is bread pudding. I have made a dupe for New Orleans’ Commander’s Palace Bread Pudding for my friends and family for years. As you can imagine they haven’t had it as much since we starting living a low carb lifestyle. That is until NOW!
After my recipe roundup of delicious puddings, custards and mousses I got lots of people asking if they could be made into frozen desserts. While they can and I do (I also pop my CarbMaster yogurt cups in the freezer too for a quick and easy snack!) there are some amazing yet simple recipes for frozen custards so I thought I would share my favorites with you!
I make us low carb cake all the time… usually in the form of what is referred to as muffin in a mug… they are quick and easy as you make them in your microwave. You’ll find lots of those recipes on the site. My favorite is the chocolate salted caramel. I made that on two times last week! I usually top them with a drizzle of sugar-free syrup, sometimes diced berries and more times than not sugar free whipped cream. But sometimes I want real honest to goodness frosting! Or icing, whatever term you prefer! Here’s some great low-carb recipes you will love topping your cake with!