Snickerdoodle Mug Muffin
Put the following in a small microwave safe bowl and cook on high for one minute:
One tablespoon of butter (grass fed)
One teaspoon of cinnamon
Remove from microwave and add stevia drops to taste.
Sift the following together in a bowl:
Two thirds cup of almond flour
One tablespoon of aluminum free baking powder
One eighth teaspoon of cream of tartar
Pinch of salt
Mix the following in with the dry ingredients:
One organic egg
Two tablespoons of coconut oil (liquid)
Two tablespoons of water
A scraping of vanilla bean (or some alcohol / sugar free vanilla extract)
Stevia drops to taste
Mix the above together and divide it into two mugs (I just used a Pyrex measuring cup). Pour some of the butter / cinnamon mixture on top and swirl it around in the "dough" in the mug with a knife.
Cook on high in the microwave for one minute.
Shake it out onto a plate and enjoy!
Each muffin is 5 net carbs.
|HEALTHY, SIMPLE AND TASTY !|
Here's an old fashioned recipe that many of you may have already heard of. It was a regular on our supper table growing up, and we all loved it.
There are several versions, but this one is my favorite. The original has sugar in the dressing which I traded out for stevia.
Southern Wilted Lettuce Salad
Four cups of shredded or chopped lettuce or salad greens of your choice
Four green onions chopped (all of it...white and green)
Four slices of bacon
Two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
Stevia to taste
Toss the lettuce and green onions together in a bowl.
Fry the bacon, crumble it, and add it to the lettuce
Add the apple cider vinegar and stevia drops to the hot bacon grease in the skillet. It'll flare up with steam...but just take it off the burner and stir all ingredients together until it settles down some.
Pour the hot mixture over the salad greens and toss.
It'll wilt the lettuce a little, but that's what it's supposed to do...and it's really very delicious.
There are 253 posts in this thread. Enter your monthly access code to read them all and join the discussion. 100% of the funds go to making this community possible.
Visitors Right Now