It’s one of the first treats I discovered when I embarked on my low carb journey. Not long after, I discovered “Fat Bombs.” They are also sometimes called “Refrigerator Candy.” If you haven’t searched the internet for these little morsels of goodness, I highly recommend that you do so now. I will be adding a few of my own over the next few months, but in the meantime, get out there and see what you can find!
We've all been there! Dinner is done; you've had your serving of a healthy, low carb dessert; you're bored; you start to look for something to fill that void.
Cookies and Milk
Is there anything more comforting? When I was a kid, my mom would always sit us down after school with 3 warm cookies and a glass of milk. This was our snack before starting homework, and I relished every bite of those warm soft cookies.
If you're new to low-carbing, figuring out which sweeteners are safe and actually taste good is one of the first and most difficult hurdles. You hear about stevia, run out and buy something that claims to be the "real deal," only to find you can't get into ketosis. I will probably do a more in-depth post on each of these, but here are some quick tips to help you make sense of all the sweet nonsense out there!
Hopefully, by now you've gotten a handle on what is available in the sweetener world. If not, you can read all about it in my "Sweet Nothings" post.
If you're like me, you are now searching for ways to save money! Who wants to pay out of the nose for 1 lb of sweetener? NOT ME! Remember how I said it took me nearly a year and half to figure all of this out? Well, I'm hoping to shorten your learning time by compiling all the research that I did in one easy to access place.
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