Keto Porridge Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake (Low-Carb, Grain-Free, Gluten-Free)

Yes, yes, yes you CAN have porridge on the low-carb ketogenic diet    Finally, a warm keto porridge that you can enjoy any which way you like it and today we’re serving it up Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake style. By that I mean it has everything you’d expect from a belly warming keto porridge topped with cream cheese and our homemade pumpkin spice consisting of nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, cloves and all-spice.   Warm Keto Breakfast Cereal   You may have heard about Noatmeal which is a grain-free, gluten-free, low-carb keto porridge that all low carb followers are thrilled about especially this time of year when the temperature drops in Canada. As the cold weather settles and eventually the snow is upon us there is nothing better than waking up to a hot bowl of keto porridge. What you might love about this keto porridge recipe is that you can store leftovers in the refrigerator for the next day or two and simply add a touch of water, heat and serve.  Unlike traditional oatmeal, porridge or other hot cereals you have to eat them when you make them as the grains are filled with gluten that tend to seize and thicken like […]

Mr.CBB’s Carbonara with Sausage and Cheese Polenta Bake $12.75

It’s not everyday that polenta is used in our recipes but it should be because it’s an easy ingredient to work with and is a fairly reasonably priced product. It’s also versatile as you can create many recipes such as polenta fries, polenta cakes, fried polenta rounds and baked polenta chips. How To Cook Polenta Cooking polenta is fairly easy and you will likely want to use it time and again once you’ve tried it the first time. The product is simple to use as you just simmer it in a water base liquid or broth. Cook polenta until it becomes a creamy consistency like oatmeal or porridge which essentially it is to the Italians, a porridge. You will find the polenta cooking process may take a bit longer than porridge though. You can also buy pre-cooked polenta in tubes or quick cooking polenta at almost any grocery store for around $2 a tube which is the convenient alternative to making it yourself.  I might even try grilling polenta on the BBQ this summer which would be great topped with marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese. When I put together this Carbonara with sausage and cheese polenta bake I wanted to combine the […]

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