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Get comfy with keto―transform 100 classic comfort foods into 100 ketogenic favorites
The ketogenic diet is one of the most popular and effective ways to lose weight and boost overall wellness, but giving up your favorite indulgences can make the transition challenging. This cookbook of keto comfort foods is here to help, with dozens of recipes for beloved comforting favorites, made keto-friendly!
From casseroles and cakes to dumplings and pasta, these satisfying and soulful dishes come together easily, so you can eat the classic comfort foods you love while keeping keto. When your diet includes your favorite things, it’s a snap to stick with it for the long term.
Dish up dozens of keto comfort foods with:
- Hearty, savory flavors―Discover how many keto comfort foods embrace rich, healthy fats like butter, bacon, cheese, and heavy cream, so there’s no need to give up those belly-warming favorites.
- Family friendly feasts―These recipes can be made with basic ingredients and minimal steps, and are tasty enough to feed the non-keto eaters in your life.
- Keto, optimized―Find tips for modifying recipes, stocking your kitchen, and reusing leftovers to make it easy to cook keto comfort foods all week.
Dig into the indulgences you’ve been craving without breaking your diet―thanks to 100 keto comfort foods.
From the Publisher
Just a few of the classic, keto comfort foods you’ll enjoy:
Traditional waffles are loaded with gluten and sugar, two ingredients that can kick your body out of ketosis. Fear not: These keto waffles come together even faster than the frozen kind and will keep your body in prime fat-burning mode.
Fish and Chips
Instead of battering the fish in flour and deep-frying in oil, this recipe creates a light, crunchy, gluten-free batter with the help of club soda. It’s also baked instead of fried, simplifying the cooking and cleanup.
Chicken Pot Pie
While a good pot pie takes some time to bake, using fathead dough for the crust saves hours in the kitchen. Consider brushing the top of the dough with a beaten egg for a more golden crust. You can also skip the bottom crust and make this a single-crusted chicken pot pie.
The key to a fudgy brownie is to not overmix the batter. These brownies are super fudgy, and if you’re feeling extra indulgent, you can swap the vanilla for hazelnut to create a Nutella-tasting treat.