One of my absolute favorite keto recipes is this modified version of fathead pizza.  I consider myself lucky if I make it halfway through this pizza because it is incredible filling.  I’ve also started using this recipe as my cult initiation to sway my friends who are on the fence about trying keto.  Everyone comments on just how delicious this is, and how its almost indistinguishable from typical pizza.

This recipe can also be found on my other post: Keto: Two Weeks Worth of Meals

Fathead Dough

If you do a Google search for “fathead dough”, you’ll find that this miraculous invention is used for all sorts of delicious foods.  I have to come clean though, I have never made the actual fathead pizza dough.  Instead, I use this modified version of the recipe from Carl Franklin’s blog and it’s so easy and delicious I’ve had no reason to try anything else.

Required Tools

I prefer using this ceramic pizza stone partly because it make me feel like I’m being a fancy chef, but mostly I think it really helps evenly cook the pizza.  I’ve also made this pizza using this aluminum pizza pan and the results were still delicious.  You’ll also want to have a rolling pin to evenly spread out the dough on your parchment paper.

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I’m a big fan of both traditional and boneless chicken wings.  This is one of my favorite recipes because it’s easy to make, it has almost no carbs, and they’re delicious.  I like to pair these wings with a side salad, or some steamed broccoli and cauliflower with butter.  Baking them in the oven makes for a nice crunch thanks to the pork rinds!.

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[su_dropcap style=”simple” size=”2″]I[/su_dropcap] enjoy cooking, but I don’t really enjoy cooking things that require a lot of effort.  In general, I want to be able to come home from work and make a meal that takes thirty minutes or less.  Over the course of the last few months I’ve experimented with a lot of different recipes, and now I will share my hand-picked favorites with you.Continue reading