Ini muffin telur depan adalah kemenangan untuk sesiapa sahaja yang mengikuti diet keto, tetapi bercakap dari pengalaman sebagai seseorang yang tidak menggunakan rancangan keto, mereka lebih banyak daripada itu. Muffin telur yang dimuatkan dengan protein ini adalah untuk sesiapa yang suka kombinasi telur cheesy, ubi jalar, dan daging yang memuaskan. Pertimbangkannya sebagai bonus bahawa mereka boleh dibuat lebih awal dari masa dan praktikal jatuh dari kuali.
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Hi Maya! So I have my very picky 8 year old granddaughter over and she wanted breakfast. Of course I’m doing keto, so no cereal or sweets in my house. There was no better time than today for me to try making these cinnamon rolls and little Miss picky not only enjoyed helping to make them, but ate one and loved it! As did my hubby and of course… Me. There only thing I did different was I put the dough in the freezer vs. fridge to speed up the coolng time (she was starving). They were amazing girl! Keep making amazing recipes for me because I come to you for easy peasy delish recipes!!! Thanks!
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just to share with you that i normally buy my cheese, butter, almond flour, nuts…from bakery ingredients shops that are selling much more cheaper than retail shops and supermarket. eg. i get raw almond and almond flour around RM39-41/kg, walnut around the same price. mozzarella RM50+/2kg block, cheddar RM70+/2kg block, cooking cream RM5/pack, while coconut flour RM12+ at Aeon….while i travel in eastern Europe, i’ll buy MCT oil and coconut oil which is ridiculously cheaper than Malaysia, eg, pure MCT oil is selling RM30+/400ml while the one i found in KL is selling RM60+ 300ml and VCO is RM20+/1l while RM60+ in Malaysia. also, in Eastern Europe, animal fats are easily available and cheap, if you happened to travel here you can pack some home.
Hi Suraya…..stumble on yr site while surfing for healthy oils as i make my own oils namely coconut, peanut, sunflower and flaxseed….own consumption and selling to close relatives and friends. Since my husband’s episode of ” heart attack” few years ago, i’ve started realizing that our staple diet among malaysians are full of sugars, fast food and carbs. The more i research the more I’ve come to realize that the main ingredients are so full of preservatives, colorings and additives….This keto diet that i’ve come across so frequently nowdays has made me thinking of trying it but with the mentality especially for asians….rice and flour is a must have on our dinner tables including my husband….i can only wonder.