Keto orange pie – an artistic foodie project
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Keto orange pie – an artistic foodie project

Keto orange pie with no orange juice or pulp is our next fun project! Yes, you’ll enjoy creating this piece of art as much as you’ll enjoy eating it afterwards. Not only you, this brave “little” Keto orange cake (well, not so little) will impress just about anyone. Keto, Low-Carb, people will finally enjoy the…

Keto Cappuccino Muffins – when you want a quick fix
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Keto Cappuccino Muffins – when you want a quick fix

Keto Cappuccino, or just about any Keto coffee is a trendy subject among Ketonians. There are so many recipes and it’s quite easy to get confused. From Bulletproof coffee to one million versions of cream and butter infused coffees. Personally, I like it black and cold brewed. This would be the healthiest Keto coffee you…

Keto cinnamon truffles – with the magic number 12
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Keto cinnamon truffles – with the magic number 12

Keto cinnamon truffles could be the fastest dessert you’ll ever prepare. The ease of assembling and beauty of interlaced aromas will lift them high up on your keto dessert list. Well, you can call them cinnamon fat bombs because, simply, this is what they are! I’ll make sure they are loaded in good fats in perfect…

Keto white cake – Cycladic inspiration
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Keto white cake – Cycladic inspiration

Keto white cake came as a blast of inspiration after visiting Santorini and Paros. Have you ever seen the photos of Greek Cycladic islands? Maybe you spent your summer vacations there? The unique architecture looks like something ancient aliens built. A specific crystalised white cement is used here and this might be the secret. Amazingly,…

Keto coffee dessert – when sudden guests arrive
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Keto coffee dessert – when sudden guests arrive

Keto coffee dessert is something I created with the Greek hospitality in mind. In my country, or in any other country where Greeks live, you cannot come to their home without being bombed with food offerings. Eat, drink and talk a lot! If you have some Greek friends, and if you get invited to visit…

Keto nougat – Mandolato inspiration
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Keto nougat – Mandolato inspiration

Keto nougat could be one of the most difficult tasks in my quest to ketonisate traditional Mediterranean recipes. Specifically, in the picturesque islands of Ionian sea, such as Zakynthos and Corfu, nougat is called Mandolato. They consider it as their own heritage. Naturally, this is another example of the deep interconnection of Italy and Greece. Mandolato…

Keto Panna Cotta – Greek-Italian love affair
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Keto Panna Cotta – Greek-Italian love affair

How about Keto Panna Cotta? Isn’t this the simplest, yet most delicious dessert from Italy? I will continue my Italian adventure with this Ketonisation of a famous Italian dessert. But, of course, it will have a little extra dash of Greece! I am sure there are numerous recipes all around the world-wide-web for Keto Panna Cotta….

Walnuts wrapped in Greek mythology – Keto Karidopita
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Walnuts wrapped in Greek mythology – Keto Karidopita

Walnuts play a major role in the nutrition of all eastern European nations. For Greeks, walnuts have been one of those foods that were considered worthy of Gods. As I already wrote, fatty food was recognised as divine in the antiquity. Ancient Greeks knew of the enormous energy and health benefits of walnuts. From the old…

Greek-Egyptian connection; Keto Basbousa or Ravani
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Greek-Egyptian connection; Keto Basbousa or Ravani

So, my noble Ketonians, let’s continue the saga of Greek Keto cakes. This time, I wanted to treat you with something oriental and very Mediterranean. A Greek-Egyptian cake called Ravani or Basbousa. Interestingly, Egypt influenced the culture of ancient and modern Greeks on so many levels. Last week, my wife and I spent a couple…

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