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Gluten free Spinach Cupcakes

low carb cake

Green Cupcakes!! Yes, This gluten free spinach cupcakes should be on a must try list. Its gluten free and low in carbs. Bake these beauties for a party and ask your friends or kids to find that green ingredient. I bet you, no one will be able to find it. How its colored green? These … Read moreGluten free Spinach Cupcakes

Sugar and Gluten free Gingerbread Cookies

keto cookies

Its Christmas and so its time for celebration. Celebration means its always with sweets. When you are on a low carb diet, its better to go for sugar free cookies instead of high carb sweet. So try these sugar and gluten free gingerbread cookies. No surprise, Almond flour/meal is the main flour replacement in low … Read moreSugar and Gluten free Gingerbread Cookies

Gluten free Zucchini Patties

maida free cutlet

Gluten free Zucchini Patties are so tasty as a appetizer or as a dinner option for a filling stomach. In India, they call it as cutlet, that’s mainly binded with mashed potato and cornflour or maida. These Cutlets are served in all street side shops and bakeries with tomato ketchup. I made these Zucchini Patties … Read moreGluten free Zucchini Patties

Cauliflower Wraps

cauliflower crepe

Cauliflower Wraps that goes well with any stuffing or a spicy dip/curry. Its a time consuming process but worth making it. My son, does’t like cauliflower especially the stems, since its hard to chew. But he loved these wraps because the secret ingredient(cauliflower) don’t peep out. He ate it with homemade chocolate almond butter and … Read moreCauliflower Wraps

Spinach Banana Smoothie

Spinach Banana Smoothie, the word “spinach” when the kids hear, they will regret. Here Banana and coconut milk takes over the bitterness of spinach. This is a variation of carrot smoothie, that I talked about previously. Spinach is a widely used green leafy vegetable, that’s rich in vitamins. Eating any green leafy vegetable daily keeps … Read moreSpinach Banana Smoothie

Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin Soup made from scratch is always worth making. Most of the recipes call for store bought Pumpkin puree. But I prefer to make everything from scratch and store bought puree may contain some thicken agent or preservatives. When we say soup, it will eventually have white sauce or any other flours to thicken it. … Read morePumpkin Soup

Carrot Banana Smoothie

Carrot Banana Smoothie, so colorful and yummy with unlimited variations. Carrot is rich source of Carotenes and Vitamin A. Banana is with Vitamin C and B-6. Who doesn’t love Bananas? And a smoothie with banana is all you need. Just grind everything together, and serve. with different toppings. When your kid loves Banana and you … Read moreCarrot Banana Smoothie

Coconut Milk

coconut flour

Coconut Milk is loaded with nutritional benefits. Its rich in potassium, magnesium, iron and fiber. And its widely used in curries and gravies in India. Even in lot of desserts and sweets in India. Coconut milk is very easy to make, however there are lot of canned milk in the market. But homemade is highly … Read moreCoconut Milk

Nutella Coconut Milkshake

Nutella Coconut Milkshake has lot of nutritional value and its a paleo/ keto recipe. It’s very simple to make with just two ingredients- almond butter/ nutella and coconut milk. It contains no sugar. Kids friendly and Diabetic friendly milkshake. Nutella Coconut milkshake is a summer drink that can be made in minutes. Almonds butter can … Read moreNutella Coconut Milkshake

Vanilla Pound Cake

vanilla cake

Vanilla Pound Cake is a basic sponge cake that is very simple to make. Its a butter cake with just four main ingredients – flour, butter, sugar and eggs. Vanilla pound cake is started by creaming of butter and sugar until pale and fluffy. You can always adjust the measurements according to your needs, ex., … Read moreVanilla Pound Cake