Bone Broth, Keto Recipes, Paleo Recipes, Recipes

Jamie’s Gingery Beef Stew

Burrr. Is it cold where you are? It seems like its hitting record lows everwhere lately! In an effort to stay warm I recently made a huge batch of chicken bone broth in preparation for sipping and for some homemade stew! If you would like to see my recipe on bone broth, please comment below and Ill put something up. Its quite simple, but SOOO much more rich and nourishing than anything store bought. That includes the “good” stuff. I like to store mine in large mason jars. If you leave enough liquid space in the jar, they even freeze well! 

If your thinking about trying out Keto, I’ll be posting a number of recipes in the coming weeks along with a 3 day free meal plan! This will be rolled out when me and my friend Andie over at  Our Radiant Life embark on a new podcast! I think discussions between women and keto are missing in the Keto space. On the podcast we will be discussing a number of topics, but initially we will focus on women and Keto! Our first episode should air by the end of Feburary, hopefully sooner.

On to that stew…I love ginger, especially when its cold. It truly warms you from the inside out. One day I was making this beef stew and thought, huh, I wonder how I can “warm” this up a bit. I thought about chili pepper, or other spice options and then settled on ginger. It was the perfect touch! I just had this again last night for dinner and made a few tweaks to the recipe. This recipe is a bit high on the protein, but if you wanted to up the fat ratio, I would cut back on the tomatoes, eat less of the meat in your serving and possibly cut out some bone broth and sub with water (but the broth is what makes it SO rich and satisfying). I drizzled some avocodo oil on top of mine for more fat! Play around with it and post below with any modifications you tried and liked.

Enjoy!

 

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Keto Recipes, Recipes

Keto Chicken Salad

Happy New Year’s Eve!

After the holidays many folks look to refocus their nutrition and clean up their diet. The Keto diet is booming right now, everywhere I turn I see another ad in my feed about Keto. If you are looking to try Keto, my biggest advice is to do your research and listen to your body. Keto doesn’t work for everyone, but it’s my belief that if done properly it can help many folks. I’ve certainly experienced many improvements personally. If you choose to embark on Keto, I’ll be posting a number of recipes in the coming weeks along with a 3 day free meal plan! This will be rolled out when me and my friend Andie over at  Our Radiant Life embark on a new podcast! On the podcast we will be discussing a number of health topics, but initially we will focus on women and Keto! SO excited! More details to come…

I’m always looking for a quick and easy lunch meal that I don’t have to spend a lot of time prepping. This one is just that!

Here is meal planning at its easiest: Get yourself a rotisserie chicken for dinner, serve it up with some low carb veggies – my go-to is sauteed kale or Swiss chard with garlic and a large dollop of tahini at the very end to create a “creamy” green with lots of good fats. The greens pair great with the roasted chicken.

THEN, this is where the quick lunch comes in – take some of the extra chicken meat (I usually eat one of the thighs/leg for dinner and grab the other for this meal) and turn it into chicken salad. One thigh/leg combo usually amounts to 4oz of skin and chicken meat. Throw this chicken salad together, divide up the portion and you have 2 lunches for the week! You could of course use the breast meat as well; you will just have a little lower fat quotient in that case. But you could compensate by adding more mayo and making it extra creamy!

I usually serve this up on romaine lettuce leaves, but you could definitely use a low carb wrap of any kind – butter lettuce, collard green leaf, coconut wraps or my personal favorite, if not doing lettuce, is the almond flour wraps by Siete.

Serve the wraps with a side of cucumbers and/or carrots – maybe even a side of some guacamole for dipping?! Yes please!

Keto Chicken Salad

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