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Keto Oven Fried ChickenThis low carb chicken dish is perfect for dinner or make ahead meals. This recipe does contain almond flour, so it is not suitable for people with tree nut allergies. If you’d prefer, substitute the almond flour with finely ground pork rinds, though you will need to cut back on the salt. Feel free to adjust the spices as you see fit.Sheet Pan Bhindi MasalaI love okra, but not when it’s slimy. This sheet pan method will endure that this does not happen. Authentic bhindi masala requires a lot of effort when cooked on the stove top. The way we’re doing it will cut the cook time in half and you’ll have a delicious main or side dish for the week.Low Carb Mixed Nut Chocolate HaystacksThese keto and paleo friendly chocolate haystacks are filled with intense chocolate flavor to help you through your cravings. This recipe is not for the faint hearted. As is, these haystacks are not terribly sweet, but if you must have a dose of sweet then feel free to add your sweetener of choice. See below for suggestions.Mini Keto Chocolate Chip CookiesThese cookies are both gluten free and sugar free and of course, keto compliant. I’ve purposely devised these to be small. Think of them as a quick pick me up during a mid afternoon slump, or a small dessert for special occasions.Easy Peasy Overnight Chia PuddingI love chia pudding, but I prefer it with almond milk over coconut milk. This is a simple recipe for chia pudding that you can use to muffins, oatmeal, protein shakes, or just eat as is, before a workout. It’s a phenomenal fuel source and loaded with fiber.Jamaican Jerk Cod with Stir Fried VegetablesPower packed with flavor Jamaican jerk seasoned cod will not disappoint. I like to make up a large portion of this seasoning and store it for just the right occasions like this. There is zero net carbs in this recipe.Coconut-Walnut Energy BallsThese little gems are great for a post workout snack or a quick pick me up between meals. One to two energy balls is all you'll need since they are quite high in calories. This is ideal for those who engage far more taxing exercise regimens. Not only are these chock full of fruit and nuts, but is also a good way to incorporate added fiber in your diet. Each energy ball has 3 net carbs.Persian Cucumber SaladA light and refreshing salad perfect for those summer months. If you cannot get your hands on Persian cucumbers, then opt for English or standard cucumbers.Vegan Butternut Squash, Carrot, Ginger, and Leek SoupWow, that title was a mouthful, but I wanted you all to get an idea of how nutritious, delicious, and wonderful this soup is. I know most of us associate squash soup with fall or winter, but I made this Vegan Butternut Squash Soup during spring and all I can say is, YUM!Grilled Masala Chicken BreastsThis is a fantastic flavorful and pungent chicken breast recipe that works well in wraps, salads, or served as the main protein for lunches and dinners. A great make ahead item that can be portion and frozen for busy work weeks.Vegan Acorn Squash Crisps with Tahini-Herb DressingThese delicious crisps are topped with a creamy tahini-herb dressing and served with a small handful of toasted walnuts. A perfect lunch for those who adhere to a meat free diet. This also makes an excellent side dish.Braised Pork Tenderloin and SauerkrautI absolutely adore this German staple and retooled it to fit a low carb lifestyle. While apples are absolutely wonderful in it, this fruit offers far too much sugar to be considered keto friendly. Those of you on a keto diet have already noticed a change in your tastebuds, haven't you? If you must have the sweet, add just a smidge of sugar substitute to the dish. Do not over do it.Chicken, Tomato, and Sweet Potato CurryThis mouthwatering chicken, tomato, and sweet potato curry is both delicious and easy to prepare. Dinner can be ready in an hour with this recipe as long as you have all the ingredients on hand. This is meant to be a fast and efficient curry, so no spice toasting is required with this one. See instructions for low carb serving options.Vietnamese Chicken MeatballsI prefer using ground chicken for meatballs over any other type of meat. The finished product is just melt in your mouth delicious. Try to get a mix ground breast meat with the dark meat. Never use just ground breast meat because it is far too dry for this recipe. If you have a grinder attachment on your mixer, then grind your own. Ask your butcher for recommendations, and before grinding chicken thighs, remove any excess fast still on them.