The popular story of how low-carb diets work goes something like this: Reducing your carbohydrate in...
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It takes less time to make these donuts than it does to drive to your local donut shop, and you’re rewarded with a yummy treat made from simple, pure ingredients. Almond flour, eggs, butter and heavy cream, plus the sweetener of your choice, are the main (and pretty much only) ingredients in these Primal and keto cake donuts.
These keto donuts have a light, springy, cake-like texture. They can be eaten plain, or drizzled with dark chocolate for a really delicious treat. Admittedly, they don’t taste like the sticky-sweet glazed donut at your local donut shop. Expect these donuts to be lighter, less sweet and to not inflict any sort of sugar crash after the last bite.Read More
If you joined us when the good folks at Pique Tea dropped by to share Saturday’s luscious (and I don’t use that word very often) Keto Earl Grey Collagen Fat Bomb recipe, I think you’ll appreciate this goodie. With all the benefits of Primal Kitchen® Collagen Fuel™ and the antioxidant power of Pique Tea’s Tea Crystals, this is a great choice to add to your keto routine—any time of day.Read More
We’re serving up an early midweek recipe that will have you thinking spring—or St. Patty’s Day—along with a giveaway you won’t want to miss….
Fresh basil gives this refreshingly tart and tropical smoothie just a hint of herbal flavor. Boosted by Primal Kitchen® Collagen Peptides, this green smoothie offers ingredients that support healthy hair, skin and nails and connective tissue.Read More
Peanut butter and jelly: it’s doesn’t get much more quintessential kid-friendly than that. Most of us didn’t exactly grow up Primal, and while these days we make better choices for our health, there’s something about the tastes of our childhood memories that will always appeal. So, what if you could have those memories and eat them too—sans guilt? Our Primal Kitchen® team whipped up this healthy, low-carb smoothie inspired by bestselling author and celebrity health coach, Kelly LeVeque, and it’s been a hit here (and at home with the kids). Let us know what you think.Read More
Midweek means fast and simple ideas for good Primal eating, and this Chocolate Collagen Cocoa from the Primal Kitchen blog is the perfect antidote to the February chill. With the health-boosting effects of collagen—including enhancing skin’s elasticity and improving joint resilience—as well as the nutritional goodness of other whole food ingredients, this treat is a great way to warm up your morning—or afternoon.
1 scoop Primal Kitchen® Chocolate Collagen Fuel
2 Tbs raw/organic cocoa powder
1 can full fat coconut milk* (or 2 cups homemade nut milk)
Optional: 1 teaspoon honey
*Save the coconut cream as a “whipped cream” topping
Blend ingredients together.
Top with coconut “whipped cream” (optional)
For more great recipes (including a delicious Vanilla Collagen Fuel Latte), check out the Primal Kitchen blog.Read More
Show yourself some love on Valentine’s Day by indulging in these heart-shaped dark chocolate candies. These treats are truly irresistible, with intense bittersweet flavor and a smooth, creamy texture that slowly melts in your mouth. There’s nothing questionable added, just health-giving ingredients like cacao butter, raw cacao powder, avocado oil, maple syrup, sea salt, and hazelnuts.
If you think making chocolate at home is too complicated, you’ll be surprised by how easy this recipe is. Simply melt cacao butter, then whisk in cacao powder, and PRIMAL KITCHEN Avocado Oil with a little sweetener, and you’ll be in chocolate heaven. What’s really fun about making chocolate at home is experimenting with all sorts of flavors. Nuts, nut butters, coconut flakes and coconut butter, spices, dried fruit…the flavor variations are endless.Read More