Keto Melomakarona – a dream of Greek Christmas cookies
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Keto Melomakarona – a dream of Greek Christmas cookies

Keto Melomakarona sounds like a dream because these honey-infused cookies are the biggest symbol of Greek Christmas. The tradition most probably dates back to the times when ancient Greeks celebrated the Winter solstice. They used to prepare honey cookies and honey bread to celebrate this biggest event that marked the longest winter night. Honey was the…

Phyllo dough for keto baked goodies! Eureka moment!
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Phyllo dough for keto baked goodies! Eureka moment!

Switching to a keto diet might leave you with some sentiments of missing different kinds of phyllo dough pastry, pies, etc… For a Greek, the most missed thing is the famous tyropita (cheese pie), spanakopita (spinach pie), manitaropita (mushroom pie), kotopita (chicken pie) and even world-famous baklava. Yes, I am talking about classical phyllo dough. For sure,…

Chia pudding with hazelnut that requires no cooking
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Chia pudding with hazelnut that requires no cooking

Chia pudding is very popular among Ketonian people. Everybody loves pudding. Well, at least the vast majority of us. On the Keto diet, the classical starchy pudding is out of the question. But luckily, chia helps to create new versatile recipes and there are keto puddings that taste and feel amazing. This extraordinary Chia pudding…

“Kleftiko” the unforgettable dish of my childhood
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“Kleftiko” the unforgettable dish of my childhood

Slow cooking makes Kleftiko’s secret Growing up in a Greek family, I can say that I ate like a king! Especially when we had a Kleftiko day. Lots of Greeks could agree on this. Even though there are many carb-oriented dishes in Greek Mediterranean cuisine, this amazing treat is keto-friendly. Well, at least my version is…

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