Keto Lemon Squares
The Scrambled Musings Of Robort, the Robot Dog
Robort doesn’t always know what he’s talking about, but he sure does have a lot to say about food. If you’re not also a robot, dog, or robot dog, it’s best to just ignore what he says and skip to the recipe
The Ketogenic Diet Explained and How It Can Help You Reach Your Weight Loss Goals
Keto Food List & What to Eat on Keto Diet?
Ketogenic Diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet. It is a healthy lifestyle that focuses on the natural process of ketosis. The keto diet is not a short term weight loss solution. It can be used to help with weight loss, but it is more commonly used as an overall lifestyle change.
The Ketogenic Diet has been proven to be one of the most effective ways to lose weight and keep it off. It has been shown to reduce hunger and reduce cravings for sugar and other unhealthy foods. It also helps improve mental focus, mood and energy levels while reducing stress levels as well as lowering cholesterol levels in many cases.
The Ketogenic Diet consists of eating 75% fat, 20% protein, 5% carbs (mostly from vegetables) per day or
How To Start on a Low-Carb Diet Plan and Why It’s a Great Idea
Dieting is a word that sends shivers down the spine of many people. The idea of depriving oneself from food sends people into a frenzy. However, this doesn’t need to be the case with low carb diets. If you know how to start on one, you can make it work for your lifestyle and reap the benefits that come with it.
There are many reasons why starting a low-carb diet is a great idea. For one, it forces you to eat healthier foods and cuts out all the junk food in your diet. It also helps regulate your blood sugar levels and prevents diabetes as well as heart disease. You also tend to lose weight faster than when following other diets because carbs are not stored in fat cells like they would be if you were eating carbs regularly.
Lemon Bars: A History of a Classic Dessert
A lemon bar is a type of dessert that is made with a pastry crust, lemon curd, and whipped cream. It is a very popular dessert in the United States. The first known recipe for this dish was published in 1894.
The origin of the name “lemon bar” is unclear. Some believe it comes from the fact that these desserts are often served on a square or rectangular pan, which resembles a bar shape. Others believe it comes from the fruit used in them – lemons – and the citrus flavor they give to the dessert.
The Golden Age of Lemon Bars
Lemon bars are a classic dessert that has been around for generations. These sweet and tart squares have a creamy filling, topped with a buttery crust.
This recipe is the perfect way to end any meal, or to share with friends as an afternoon snack!
Lemon Bars Today
Lemon bars are a classic dessert that is loved by people of all ages. These bars are easy to make and come together quickly, which is why they are so popular. This article will go over everything you need to know about lemon bars.
Lemon Bars Today: A Classic Dessert That is Loved by All Ages
- 2 1/2 cup almond flour
- 1/4 cup Monk Fruit Sweetener or other sugar free sweetener
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/4 cup coconut oil
- 1 large egg whisked
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/3 cup Powdered Monk Fruit Sweetener or other sugar free powdered sweetener
- 1/4 cup almond flour
- 4 large egg
- 3/4 cup lemon juice about 6 large lemons
- 1 tbsp lemon zest about 1 whole lemon worth
- 2 tbsp Monk Fruit Sweetener
- 9-18 small mint leaves
- Set a rack in the center and preheat oven to 350F
- In a medium bowl combine the almond flour and powdered sweetener
- whisk in the eggs, lemon juice, lemon zest until smooth
- Set aside
- Combine flour sweetener and salt in a large mixing bowl
- stir in coconut oil (should be liquid)
- stir in the egg and the vanilla
- Line a 9×9 baking pan with parchment paper then press in the crust, forming it to spread to the edges and be smooth and even on top
- Bake on middle rack at 350F for 13-16 minutes or until firm and golden
- Remove the finished crust from the oven and immediately add the filling on top, spreading as needed to cover whole surface evenly
- return pan to oven for another 15-18 minutes until filling sets but is still soft
- Cool completely in the pan, try not to move much and DO NOT SLICE
- refrigerate in the pan for 2 hours, then remove and cut into 9 equal squares
- Dust squares with more powdered sweetener and mint leaves