Clean keto recipes differ from dirty keto recipes in that they utilize quality fats, nutritious proteins and sweeteners that won’t spike blood sugar. These delicious meals include everything from low-carb cookies and donuts to nutritious soups and salads!
Avoid yeast, inflammatory starches and damaged protein found in store-bought bagels with this straightforward keto recipe made with psyllium husk and coconut flour to create soft, chewy bread without carbs.
Finding satisfying bread options while on a keto diet can be difficult. Most store-bought options either taste too eggy, crumbly or simply don’t meet your standards – but this recipe for high-protein low-carb collagen banana bread provides just what’s needed!
This recipe uses collagen peptides as its protein source and sugar-free monk fruit sweetener as its sweetener, making this bread dairy-, grain- and gluten-free – making it the ideal base for creating clean keto recipes!
Pure Collagen is naturally free from carbohydrates, making it an excellent protein supplement to add to a ketogenic diet. Just be sure to read labels of collagen supplements closely to make sure there aren’t any added sugars that might contribute to carbs. Collagen can be easily added into keto-friendly recipes such as beverages, soups and baked goods to maintain steady insulin levels during an intermittent fasting protocol – plus eating Collagen will keep insulin stable so your fast remains uninterrupted!
Keto crackers are perfect for adding crunch to cheese and meat platters. Containing almost no net carbs per serving, these keto crackers feature ingredients like flax seed, almond flour, sesame seeds, chia seeds, and sea salt – perfect additions!
These crunchy Keto chips are easy to make using all-natural ingredients – perfect for snacking with various dips or enjoying alone!
This Keto recipe offers an upgrade over store-bought low-carb breads by using whipped egg whites and collagen protein to produce a fluffy loaf that contains no carbs at all.
These crunchy keto crackers require only four simple ingredients and take just minutes to prepare! Perfect for pairing with various dips and cheeses like parmesan and aged cheddar. Additionally, spices and herbs such as thyme basil oregano and smoked paprika can make these keto-friendly crackers even more flavorful – plus, they’re much healthier than store-bought options!
Ice cream is a favorite treat, but most supermarket options contain enormous amounts of added sugar. Luckily, keto recipes offer healthier alternatives that you can make at home!
This homemade vanilla ice cream boasts only 3.6 grams of sugar per serving – far lower than most store-bought varieties! Additionally, allulose sweetener is used instead of eggs to create the creamy texture necessary for scoopable soft serve ice cream.
Make your ice cream even healthier by topping it off with healthy ingredients like chopped nuts or coconut shavings – both are packed with omega-3 fatty acids and other vital nutrients to support heart health.
This delicious one-pan Italian chicken with veggies recipe is packed with healthy fats and protein for an easy weeknight dinner option. Plus, its delicious combination of garlic powder, rosemary and basil brings plenty of flavor!
Donuts can be an especially soothing treat for those suffering from depression and anxiety. Their sweet taste and soft texture help release serotonin, helping improve mood. Plus, donuts may bring back positive memories from childhood or special events.
Donuts may provide an energy boost when eaten alongside coffee; however, for longer lasting energy benefits it would be wise to opt for more nutritious foods that will sustain it.
Make donuts part of your clean keto diet by baking this delicious cinnamon sugar donuts recipe, featuring chocolate glaze or dunking them into milk as a creamy treat! Additionally, try these keto cookies made with vanilla collagen protein and crunchy cacao nibs – they’re gluten-free, vegan and dairy-free so everyone can enjoy them even those who suffer from allergies to gluten or dairy!