Keto Crackers & Artichoke Jalapeno Dip= Heaven!

Last week I went to Costco and got this HUGE tub of dip. Yummy, creamy, jalapeno and artichoke dip. It fits the Keto bill perfectly, but lead me to a problem, what was I going to do with it?? I have been craving crackers (which I never really ate that much before I started Keto, what’s up with that?) and stumbled across this recipe for Low Carb Cheese Crackers on Pinterest. OMMMMGGGG! I will be making these often. Maybe every week. Maybe every day? Okay, that’s too much. Is it though?

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I don’t like to bake. I love to cook, but don’t like to bake, and I considered this baking so I was skeptical. However, when Jennifer from iSaveAtoZ said they were easy, she wasn’t joking. It was 20 min start to finish (and by finish, I mean cracker-in-my-mouth finished) and will be less time now that I know what I’m doing. Again, I used my trusty almond flour for this recipe. The dough looks weird when it’s finished but it turns out beautiful!

I will certainly be hitting up more of her recipes now. Guuuurl, you slay!

Again, click here for the recipe for Low Carb Cheese Crackers. You will NOT be disappointed!

Next time I make them (tomorrow??) I am going to experiment with different herbs and some cayenne, who knows, maybe come bacon crumbles?? I’m so excited already!!!

Now, let’s talk for a second about some “Keto Chips” that did not go so well… I tried this egg white and cheese recipe that was a total Pinterest Fail. Not only did it take a while to complete, what miserable little bits I could scrape out of the muffin tin tasted like egg white. Ugh. I don’t love eggs. And they were NOT crispy! I’m not going to post the recipe, because I read that several people had eggcellent results (ha, see what I did there?!) so I’m sure it was something I did, but here is a picture of the mess in my tin! haha

Okay, this week is off to a bang! Tune in the weekend to see how it went!

Peace, Love, and Keto On!
Caryn

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8 Comments

  1. Sophia

    June 24, 2017 at 1:42 pm

    I’ve seriously been toying with the idea of trying Ketosis for a while now but I’m allergic to dairy! So many of these amazing looking recipes rely on cheese, I wonder if I could still use the coconut oil-based cheese substitutes? Though of course, they don’t have the same properties, and won’t melt in the same way…. Looks so tasty though x

    Sophia x

    1. carynsketokitchen_5dsrtr

      June 25, 2017 at 1:05 pm

      Sophia, there are so many people who do the Ketogenic diet who have dairy restrictions. If you are interested, there is a Facebook group I can connect you with that was so helpful to gain information before I started (and I still use it now!). Let me know if you want more information!

  2. Jenny

    June 24, 2017 at 4:31 pm

    Never tried artichoke dip before, looks interesting I wonder if they sell it over in the UK? Will have to look next time I go to Costco !

    1. carynsketokitchen_5dsrtr

      June 25, 2017 at 1:08 pm

      I’m not sure! It is so good! I don’t normally eat prepared foods like that because they contain ingredients that are not Keto approved but this is one that contains so extra preservatives or sugars of any sort! You might be able to find an easy recipe. This one only has Greek yogurt, artichokes, Monterrey jack cheese, and jalapeños. It’s so good!

  3. kerri

    June 24, 2017 at 11:53 pm

    I love getting some insight about whay pinterest recipes do and don’t work;) Glad you found a winner- and that dip sounds AMAZING!!

  4. Kim T

    June 25, 2017 at 12:30 am

    The food looks yummy! Definitely pinning for later use. Thanks for sharing!

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    June 26, 2017 at 1:45 pm

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  6. Diana

    June 26, 2017 at 7:19 pm

    OMG! Definitely need to try this!

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