Sweet and Delicious Coconut Candy – Low Carb Keto Snack

Welcome all! Papa G here Today I present a tasty little treat that's very easy to make

My low carbohydrate coconut candy With just the right amount of sweetness and only one net carbohydrate per serving, it's the perfect snack to help keep your macros in check, without sacrificing flavor Let's get started We'll begin with the main ingredient of our candy – coconut butter This is simply pureed coconut We'll be using the entire jar, which is about a cup and a half We'll need to melt the coconut butter into a liquid form Do so by placing the coconut butter into a microwave-safe bowl and microwaving for about 60 seconds

In a large mixing bowl, add the melted coconut butter; one third of a cup of melted coconut oil; and give a mix to incorporate We'll add some flavor with one tablespoon of vanilla extract and a bit of salt Give that another mix We'll sweeten with a liquid sugar substitute equal to a half a cup of regular sugar For texture and a little more flavor, add one cup of slivered almonds

Mix thoroughly until combined Line an 8 by 8 inch baking pan with parchment paper and pour the coconut mixture into the center Give a shake and a jiggle to spread the mixture as evenly as possible Place in the freezer for 20 to 30 minutes to set When set, remove from the pan and place on a cutting surface

With a sharp knife, cut into 32 pieces and enjoy a great taste of coconutty goodness There you have it folks! My low carbohydrate coconut candy A tasty little low carbohydrate treat with great texture and taste that won't hurt your diet I hope you enjoyed this video If you did, please like and consider subscribing

I'll have something new every week Thanks for watching and I'll see you next time!

Crispy, Sweet and Spicy Hot BBQ Chicken Wings | Keto Chicken Wings | Keto Recipes | Paleo Wings

Welcome to keto meals and recipes dot com This will be the first of several videos that will feature oven prepared crispy barbecued chicken wings

In this video, I will show you a step-by-step demonstration on how to cut and prepare the wings and how to make the rub and sauce for my sweet and spicy hot barbecue wings The macro nutrient ratio for this recipe is 18 to 1 with 22 grams of total carbs, 03 grams of fiber, resulting in 1

9 grams of net carbs Before I forget, please preheat your oven to 200 degrees Celsius, or 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and measure out and prepare your ingredients for the dry rub as well as for the spicy hot BBQ sauce Now let's begin, and I'll show you how easy it is to cut the wings into drums, flats and tips The easiest thing, of course, is to just purchase the chicken wings already cut into drums and flats, but I find in my local grocery stores these pre-cut wings are substantially more expensive I buy the entire wing instead

As you see, the wing has three parts each section has a ball and socket joint I begin by making the first cut between the tip and the flat part Next take a hold of the drum section and cut the skin to reach the joint bone Use your knife to gently feel where the joint is

When you locate the correct spot, it's really easy to make a cut with very little pressure It may take a few tries to get familiar with this cutting process, but after just doing a few wings, I'm sure you'll feel quite comfortable in cutting up your wings Just be careful when you're using a sharp knife because the wings are a bit slippery, but save and store the tips in a freezer bag and keep in your freezer until needed These tips are great for making soups and bone broth because the tips contribute a great deal of collagen So don't throw them away

Also, carefully pat dry the drums and flats before seasoning with a dry rub Now let's prepare the dry rub In a small bowl combine a very finely ground salt, black pepper, paprika Whisk these dry ingredients well to make a very homogenous mixture, and then set that aside Now place the chicken wings into a deep mixing bowl

Sprinkle about 1/3 of the dry rub over the wings and toss carefully, then sprinkle another third, toss again and then apply the last third Coating with one third of the rub at a time will allow for more even distribution of the rub on the wings Continue to toss until you see that the rub is very evenly distributed over the drums and flats The even distribution of the rub is absolutely essential in order that your skin has a crispy deep-fried texture I'd like to reassure you that you won't be able to taste the baking powder at all, after your wings have been roasted in the oven

Why we add the baking powder is because the baking powder reacts with the fat and the chicken skin, and the resulting chemical reaction creates a nice crispy texture, which is very close to that of deep-fried chicken wings, without all the hassle of deep-frying, so please take a bit of time when applying the dry rub because this step, in my opinion, is what makes this recipe amazing Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil if you haven't done this already in the prep step Lining makes it easier to clean up because the dripping sauce and fat are really sticky Place the rack on top of the lined baking sheet and arrange the seasoned wings on top of the wire rack Having the wings on a rack like this allows for the heat and air to crisp up both sides

Otherwise if it's on the sheet, one side will be soggy Place your baking sheet and a rack into the middle position of your oven The total baking time will be 40 minutes, But, for the first part, set your timer for 20 minutes After the 20 minute mark, flip each piece over and place back in the oven, then set your timer for another 20 minutes After 40 minutes of baking, the wings should have a deep golden color and the skin should have a nice crispy texture, and don't be tempted to over bake because even the most fleshy wings don't have a lot of meat on them

And you don't want your wings to be hard and leathery While the wings are in the oven, it's time to make the sweet and spicy hot barbecue sauce I first make the caramel or maple flavored simple syrup In a small pot placed over medium heat, I add the water, sweetener and caramel or maple extract, then stir and cook at a light simmer until your simple syrup begins to look a bit thicker Then I poured the hot simple syrup into a bowl and roasted sesame seed oil

Immediately add your hot sauce, apple cider vinegar or rice vinegar Stir continuously, so that the ingredients combine very well, and the simple syrup does not crystallize, and then leave it out on your counter until your wings are done When the wings are done, remove them from the oven and place into a large mixing bowl Pour the sauce over your oven roasted wings and toss until the wings are well coated with your sweet and spicy hot barbecue sauce Based on my raw weight of the trimmed chicken wings, each serving is about 10 ounces or 284 grams

This quantity may seem excessive at first, especially for a keto diet, but remember the weight of the wings also includes the bones The total weight you are actually eating is about 5 ounces or 142 grams of actual meat and crispy skin These wings are very spicy hot with a balance of sweetness that is well complemented by serving them with a cool dipping sauce such as a ranch dip, lemon or cilantro dip or even my keto tzatziki I hope you try this recipe very soon Enjoy! Thank you for watching

Please share this recipe with your friends, and I hope to see you next time The link for the printable recipe is available in the description below

Crispy, Sweet and Spicy Hot BBQ Chicken Wings | Keto Chicken Wings | Keto Recipes | Paleo Wings

Welcome to keto meals and recipes dot com This will be the first of several videos that will feature oven prepared crispy barbecued chicken wings

In this video, I will show you a step-by-step demonstration on how to cut and prepare the wings and how to make the rub and sauce for my sweet and spicy hot barbecue wings The macro nutrient ratio for this recipe is 18 to 1 with 22 grams of total carbs, 03 grams of fiber, resulting in 1

9 grams of net carbs Before I forget, please preheat your oven to 200 degrees Celsius, or 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and measure out and prepare your ingredients for the dry rub as well as for the spicy hot BBQ sauce Now let's begin, and I'll show you how easy it is to cut the wings into drums, flats and tips The easiest thing, of course, is to just purchase the chicken wings already cut into drums and flats, but I find in my local grocery stores these pre-cut wings are substantially more expensive I buy the entire wing instead

As you see, the wing has three parts each section has a ball and socket joint I begin by making the first cut between the tip and the flat part Next take a hold of the drum section and cut the skin to reach the joint bone Use your knife to gently feel where the joint is

When you locate the correct spot, it's really easy to make a cut with very little pressure It may take a few tries to get familiar with this cutting process, but after just doing a few wings, I'm sure you'll feel quite comfortable in cutting up your wings Just be careful when you're using a sharp knife because the wings are a bit slippery, but save and store the tips in a freezer bag and keep in your freezer until needed These tips are great for making soups and bone broth because the tips contribute a great deal of collagen So don't throw them away

Also, carefully pat dry the drums and flats before seasoning with a dry rub Now let's prepare the dry rub In a small bowl combine a very finely ground salt, black pepper, paprika Whisk these dry ingredients well to make a very homogenous mixture, and then set that aside Now place the chicken wings into a deep mixing bowl

Sprinkle about 1/3 of the dry rub over the wings and toss carefully, then sprinkle another third, toss again and then apply the last third Coating with one third of the rub at a time will allow for more even distribution of the rub on the wings Continue to toss until you see that the rub is very evenly distributed over the drums and flats The even distribution of the rub is absolutely essential in order that your skin has a crispy deep-fried texture I'd like to reassure you that you won't be able to taste the baking powder at all, after your wings have been roasted in the oven

Why we add the baking powder is because the baking powder reacts with the fat and the chicken skin, and the resulting chemical reaction creates a nice crispy texture, which is very close to that of deep-fried chicken wings, without all the hassle of deep-frying, so please take a bit of time when applying the dry rub because this step, in my opinion, is what makes this recipe amazing Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil if you haven't done this already in the prep step Lining makes it easier to clean up because the dripping sauce and fat are really sticky Place the rack on top of the lined baking sheet and arrange the seasoned wings on top of the wire rack Having the wings on a rack like this allows for the heat and air to crisp up both sides

Otherwise if it's on the sheet, one side will be soggy Place your baking sheet and a rack into the middle position of your oven The total baking time will be 40 minutes, But, for the first part, set your timer for 20 minutes After the 20 minute mark, flip each piece over and place back in the oven, then set your timer for another 20 minutes After 40 minutes of baking, the wings should have a deep golden color and the skin should have a nice crispy texture, and don't be tempted to over bake because even the most fleshy wings don't have a lot of meat on them

And you don't want your wings to be hard and leathery While the wings are in the oven, it's time to make the sweet and spicy hot barbecue sauce I first make the caramel or maple flavored simple syrup In a small pot placed over medium heat, I add the water, sweetener and caramel or maple extract, then stir and cook at a light simmer until your simple syrup begins to look a bit thicker Then I poured the hot simple syrup into a bowl and roasted sesame seed oil

Immediately add your hot sauce, apple cider vinegar or rice vinegar Stir continuously, so that the ingredients combine very well, and the simple syrup does not crystallize, and then leave it out on your counter until your wings are done When the wings are done, remove them from the oven and place into a large mixing bowl Pour the sauce over your oven roasted wings and toss until the wings are well coated with your sweet and spicy hot barbecue sauce Based on my raw weight of the trimmed chicken wings, each serving is about 10 ounces or 284 grams

This quantity may seem excessive at first, especially for a keto diet, but remember the weight of the wings also includes the bones The total weight you are actually eating is about 5 ounces or 142 grams of actual meat and crispy skin These wings are very spicy hot with a balance of sweetness that is well complemented by serving them with a cool dipping sauce such as a ranch dip, lemon or cilantro dip or even my keto tzatziki I hope you try this recipe very soon Enjoy! Thank you for watching

Please share this recipe with your friends, and I hope to see you next time The link for the printable recipe is available in the description below

Sweet and Delicious Coconut Candy – Low Carb Keto Snack

Welcome all! Papa G here Today I present a tasty little treat that's very easy to make

My low carbohydrate coconut candy With just the right amount of sweetness and only one net carbohydrate per serving, it's the perfect snack to help keep your macros in check, without sacrificing flavor Let's get started We'll begin with the main ingredient of our candy – coconut butter This is simply pureed coconut We'll be using the entire jar, which is about a cup and a half We'll need to melt the coconut butter into a liquid form Do so by placing the coconut butter into a microwave-safe bowl and microwaving for about 60 seconds

In a large mixing bowl, add the melted coconut butter; one third of a cup of melted coconut oil; and give a mix to incorporate We'll add some flavor with one tablespoon of vanilla extract and a bit of salt Give that another mix We'll sweeten with a liquid sugar substitute equal to a half a cup of regular sugar For texture and a little more flavor, add one cup of slivered almonds

Mix thoroughly until combined Line an 8 by 8 inch baking pan with parchment paper and pour the coconut mixture into the center Give a shake and a jiggle to spread the mixture as evenly as possible Place in the freezer for 20 to 30 minutes to set When set, remove from the pan and place on a cutting surface

With a sharp knife, cut into 32 pieces and enjoy a great taste of coconutty goodness There you have it folks! My low carbohydrate coconut candy A tasty little low carbohydrate treat with great texture and taste that won't hurt your diet I hope you enjoyed this video If you did, please like and consider subscribing

I'll have something new every week Thanks for watching and I'll see you next time!

KETO MODAK | KETO FAT BOMBS | SWEET DUMPLINGS by 5-Minute Kitchen

Ganpati Babba Moriya Mangal Moorti Moriya Welcome to 5-Minute Kitchen with Shraddha Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all On this auspicious occasion I have a special recipe for you all The favorite sweet of our most beloved Lord Ganesha Modak Make this low-carb modak and enjoy the festival Let's start Firstly we will roast the dry fruits Heat-up the pan add 1 tbsp Ghee (butter) Dry fruits : 10g each Almonds Pistachio, Walnuts and Cashew nuts You can add or skip dry fruits according to your taste and macros Keep aside once golden brown in color add 1 cup desiccated coconut in the same pan saute for 1 minute in medium flame Coconut is a low-carb and high fat ingredient which can be used for making various Keto Fat Bombs Add 1/2 tbsp Poppy seeds saute for 30 seconds Poppy seeds are special ingredients in Indian Ladoo Also has many health benefits Now we will add 1 cup coconut milk in two parts Adding this way adds to the flavor of keto sweet dumplings let it cook for a minute So coconut will become soft Crush roasted dry fruits in parallel Add Stevia and remaining coconut milk Mix well Add 1/2 tsp Cardamom powder crushed dry fruits and mix well Let it cook for 2-3 minutes so the mixture will become thick and keto balls can be easily made Let it cool for sometime Take small portion of this mixture and give it a modak shape with the help of palm Delicious low carb Keto Modak is ready Add this to your dessert list and share with your family and friends Please SUBSCRIBE to our channel Hit bell icon to be the first to catch all the new keto recipes coming your way! Share your feedback in the comment section Thanks for watching 🙂