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Taco Tuesday Keto Taco Bowl Recipe

Last week we shared with you our homemade habanero guacamole. While it’s great on its own, we also put together this great taco bowl for your taco Tuesdays (and other days that end in -y). This taco bowl is saucy and flavorful without being overly sweet or complicated.

Whether you have the spiced ground beef over a bowl of iceberg lettuce or with guacamole, you’ll easily keep your net carbohydrates low (so long as you don’t eat the full recipe with guacamole in one sitting!) if you’re following a ketogenic diet. Although you’ll be tempted to eat it all in one go, we know you’ll manage your moderation.

Keto or no, you’ll feel full and ready to get after it.

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Homemade Habanero Guacamole

I recently had a craving for Mexican food, and one of my favorite things is a good guacamole. It’s delicious, satiating, and guilt-free. Frankly, I’m surprised it’s taken us this long to share our recipe with you. We were first going to share it as part of a larger taco bowl recipe, but we realized this is too good to not stand alone.

It’s simple and perfect for snacking with veggies (celery, bell pepper sliced, etc.), pork rinds or gluten-free chips, and it makes a great topping for scrambled eggs and homemade tacos or burrito bowls. Note: The habanero has me nervous the first day because it’s flavor was punchy. But it mellowed by the second day and added just the right sweet heat to the guac. We hope you enjoy it!

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Taco-Inspired Chicken Salad

Chicken salads have become a staple in our house ever since we started purchasing shredded chicken breast from Costco from their rotisserie chickens. It’s not perfectly “paleo,” but it’s pretty close and saves us a lot of time in an otherwise busy environment. We quickly chop up the chicken and accessories, make some homemade mayonnaise, season, and we have food for several meals. After a few chicken salads in a row, we wanted to mix things up beyond our standard. We found a curry chicken salad recipe in a keto cookbook and we wanted to try another variation.

This recipe has a mild heat to it, but is by no means a scorcher. If you’d like some more heat, consider adding chopped up jalapeño as a garnish or adding additional hot sauce to your individual serving. Put this on your menu for next week’s taco Tuesday and you won’t be disappointed.

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Colcannon Keto Cauliflower Hash

It’s nearly that time of year again where we don our green apparel, or get pinched as a consequence, and drink and eat our favorite Irish meals. This year I wanted to put together something that is Irish in spirit but low-carb. This cauliflower hash, inspired by the traditional potato colcannon, is delicious for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. We know you’ll like it.

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Mushroom, Asparagus and Bacon Quiche

Breakfast foods are delicious, and there’s no reason to limit them to first thing in the morning or the occasional weekend brunch. For this quiche, we used a tool essential in making a cheesecake—a springform pan. This allowed us to make a bacon crust, which was amazing. We will definitely use this trick again in the future and mix up the ingredients as we go.

One word for the wise, having made this: You might want to line the springform pan with parchment paper before layering in the bacon crust. We did not do that and it turned out OK; but we think it would have been a smoother experience. We had a little leakage onto the baking sheet that we placed underneath the pan, and the quiche did stick somewhat to the bottom of the pan. If we had thought to use the parchment paper, that may have been avoided. It’s not a deal-breaker by any means, but it would have made a positive difference for cleanup. This was so good, even our 9-month-old ate it. Yes, he even ate the mushrooms and asparagus (in fact, Heather claims they were his favorite part). I’m still not sure I believe it.

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