So, I don’t know if you know this, but I’m kind of a big deal.
Once upon a time, I was hungry. I checked the fridge to see if the food fairy had stopped by yet, but she hadn’t. I was stuck with mere staples. (Thank the LAWD they happened to be keto staples. amirite?)
So, here I was with a half-empty bag of coconut flour, a couple eggs, some cheese, a little bit of deli meat, and some kinda wilted spinach.
And then this happened:
And it was freaking delicious. And ridiculously simple. So efficient!
I posted that picture in a big keto group on Facebook, and people went cray-cray for it!
So, because this happy accident was so dang simple, I started playing around with it.
And then BAM:
But, oh no, that wasn’t enough!
Did you just feel your boring diet food standards shattering? Oh, the mutiny!
Pew, pew, pew!
Believe it or not, all the food in the pictures above was made from the same basic recipe, with a small addition or tweak here and there. And they were all made in the microwave! (Maybe a good toasting in a pan with some butter, here and there. The pizza was finished in the broiler.)
So, with a microwave and a little bit of creativity, the keto culinary world is at your finger tips. There’s a healthy sub for just about anything you can think of. No excuses!
Here’s the recipe!
2 T coconut flour (or almond flour, So I’m told. I’ve never tried it this way.)
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
1 T water (or heavy cream or whatever)
1 T melted butter
Mix the dry. Mix the wet. Mix the dry and wet. Smoosh into a greased, microwave-save container of your choice. Microwave for 60-90 seconds (depending on your container.) Let it cool a bit.
It’s seriously that easy.
Here’s the nutrition facts (for the basic coconut flour version):