Keto Lifestyle | Motivation

Happy Holidays Ketonians! 4 distinctive types of Keto people – Where do you belong?

Happy holidays Ketonians! In this article, a day after Christmas day, as the celebration continues throughout the week to the New Year’s day, I wanted to cover a subject that is wondering throughout my mind these days. What kid of a Ketonian are you? Did you cheat totally or just a bit? What is your…

Desserts | Keto History

Black pepper Keto cookies with joyful rainbow icing

Black pepper Keto cookies taste so good that I can’t stop eating them. Ohh, that is because I ate them after a light dinner. Of course, they are 100% Keto and if you enjoy them after a propper Keto dinner, you will not be tempted to overeat! However, judging from the texture, black pepper Keto…

Keto Lifestyle

Christmas Menu by Greek Goes Keto Team

Christmas menu in the land of Ketonia Jingle bells, jingle bells, Keto all the way! Oh, what fun it is to make Keto meals and treats! No, really, after a full year of running Greek Goes Keto, all we can say is – This is fun! The ketonisation is as exciting as any other cooking and…

Desserts | Keto Bread | Mediterranean | Recipes

Christmas Edition of Glorious Keto Lemon Bread

Christmas edition of cake and bread always brings a lot of joy and passion. Keto lemon bread is the most successful recipe we created here at Greek Goes Keto. All the positive feedback we received from Ketonians who gave it a go made us really excited. I think we made it at least 12 times…

Desserts | Mediterranean | Recipes

Keto Kourabiedes – Greek Festivity With 0.8g Net Carbs

Keto Kourabiedes should not be that difficult if we were able to ketonised the famous Melomakarona. However, if you ever been in Greece during the winter festivities, chances are you coke yourself in powdered sugar when eating Kourabiedes. As we the Ketonians know how unhealthy sugar is, we don’t even have to talk about the level of…

Desserts | Mediterranean | Recipes

Melomakarona – a dream of Greek cookies on keto

From a Greek point of view There is no Christmas without aromatic and magic Melomakarona in a Greek home. The tradition most probably dates back to the times when ancient Greeks celebrated the birth of Sun god, or maybe even Dyonisos. Honey was the main sweetener back then. So I am guessing, that version was not as…