3 quick and easy low-carb breakfast recipes #lowcarbhighfat #keto

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Here are 3 quick and easy low-carb breakfast recipes that aren’t eggs and bacon πŸ˜‰

I tend to eat sweet things for breakfast so this video only features sweet recipes. If you want some savory ideas, tell me in the comments below and I’ll work on something πŸ™‚
Whether you want some non-eggy and soft waffles, some creamy and fruity “milkshake” or some tasty, melt-in-your mouth coconut mug cake, I think this video should interest you. Because all of these are delicious!

I came out with all these recipes myself. Some measurement are in grams, some are in measuring spoons and cups.
Grams are more precise so I overall prefer using them. It was very important for me to use grams for the waffles recipe because a bit too much of this or that changed the texture too much (too gooey, too wet, too dry etc). So please use a scale for the waffles. The other recipes are not as sensitive to approximations.
I will try from now on to measure the equivalent cups/grams for recipes that don’t require as much precision πŸ™‚

// WAFFLES \ – Makes 2 waffles, that’s for 1 person
– 8 g almond flour
– 6 g coconut flour
– 5 g oat fiber
– 4 g psyllium husk
– 1/2 tbsp erythritol
– 1/2 tbsp xylitol
– pinch of salt
– 1/4 + 1/16 tsp baking powder
– 1 egg
– 45 g milk of choice (I used an oat/almond mix by Alpro)
– 2 to 3 drops of vanilla extract

1. Mix all the dry ingredients together in a small bowl.
2. Add the wet ingredients and mix until smooth. Let the dough sit for at least 5 minutes, it has to thicken.
3. Switch on your waffle maker, grease it (with butter, oil, oil spray, whatever you have on hand), close it and let it heat up. Once ready, divide the dough in two and let cook according to your waffle maker instructions (I personnaly check every minute just to be sure).
4. Enjoy your non-eggy, soft and delicious waffles! And don’t forget to add some toppings for an even more delicious result: chocolate sauce, caramel sauce, peanut butter, whipped cream etc… Or dip the waffles in hot chocolate, chai latte, matcha latte etc (that’s what I usually do).

*NUTRITIONAL INFO* (with the ingredients I used, can vary from brand to brand)
Calories| 220 kcal
Carbs | 4.1 g
Fat | 15.1 g
Protein | 15.1 g

// BLUEBERRY “MILKSHAKE” \ – serves 1
– 200 g cottage cheese
– 1/3 cup berries of your choice – heaping cup if frozen
– 1 tsp sweetener – add more if the berries are tart
– 10 g / 2 tsp collagen peptides (optional) – I use a pasture-raised, non GMO collagen from beef
– 3 tbsp milk of choice (I used almond milk)
– 50 g heavy whipping cream
– additional water or milk to thin out the shake, if you wish

1. Get your blender or smoothie maker. Throw all the ingredients in there and blend until smooth. Add water or milk if the result is too thick.
2. Optional – Add the toppings of your choice: whipped cream, white chocolate chips (regular or sugar-free), more berries etc…

*NUTRITIONAL INFO* (with the ingredients I used, can vary from brand to brand)
Calories| 384 kcal
Carbs | 9.4 g
Fat | 22.9 g
Protein | 34.1 g

// COCONUT MUG CAKE \ – serves 1
– 9 g / 1 tbsp coconut flour
– 2 g / 1 tbsp whey protein – if you use plant-based protein they will likely thicken your dough (I’ve experimented with soy and pea protein so far) so add some more milk/water to the dough to reach the desired consistency
– 1/2 tsp baking powder
– 10 g / 2 tbsp shredded coconut
– 10 g / 3/4 tbsp erythritol (or sweetener of choice)
– 30 ml / 2.5 tbsp milk of choice
– 1 egg

*NUTRITIONAL INFO* (with the ingredients I used, can vary from brand to brand)
Calories| 453 kcal
Carbs | 4.1 g
Fat | 40.7 g
Protein | 16.2 g

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