Homemade Ketchup (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb, Vegan)

Homemade Ketchup (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb, Vegan)

Who said you have to give up ketchup once you go Paleo? Yes, you should definitely give up the crap that you find on the shelves in stores. There is nothing good in that stuff for anyone. But that doesn’t mean that you have to say your goodbyes forever. Because making homemade ketchup is much easier than it seems. Hello burgers and fries, welcome your best friend back. Here is my version of¬†Homemade Ketchup (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb, Vegan), I hope you’ll like it.

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Homemade Chocolate Granola (Paleo, Low Carb, Vegan)

Homemade Chocolate Granola (Paleo, Low Carb, Vegan)

Lately I’ve been craving “sweet” breakfasts quite a bit. And if you have been following me for a while, especially on Instagram where I post my very realistic meals, you would know that it’s not something very usual for me. Normally I would have a plate with veggies and protein for brekky and be very happy with that. However I’ve decided to listen to my body and the cravings and give it something different every now and then. But no, I still wouldn’t have doughnuts for breakfast. That’s definitely not worth it. If I crave a “sweet” brekky I would make a nice gluten-free porridge instead (for example the Chocolate Porridge) or as lately my favourite Homemade Chocolate Granola (Paleo, Low Carb, Vegan) with coconut yoghurt. So if you are looking for some healthy breakfast inspiration you are at the right spot.

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Coconut Snowballs (Paleo, Low Carb, Vegan)

Coconut Snowballs (Paleo, Low Carb Vegan)

I have to say this is my favourite sugar-free but sweet recipe I made so far. A total must have this Christmas. And it’s so easy. And so much better for you than the store bought version. Which is full of refined sugar, palm oil, skim milk, whey powder and artificial flavours by the way. Not nice. Definitely not healthy. Anyway, why not to try something healthier this Christmas? These no baked Coconut Snowballs are super simple, free of gluten, sugar and dairy, but still delivering the desired taste of holidays. You can make it for a little treat after the Christmas meal or even as a healthy gift for your friends.¬† Continue reading