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Keto Peaches and Cream Oatmeal


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♬ Peaches and Cream – Bling Bling Bros

This is a variation of our OG keto oatmeal recipe. The texture is a mix between oatmeal, cream of wheat, grits, and rice pudding — so make it your own and enjoy! If you’re looking for a chocolate rice pudding situation – try this.

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Keto Peaches and Cream Oatmeal (noatmeal)

This is a really high fiber dupe for the real deal. It has the texture of cream of wheat or steel cut oats but play around with the ingredients to change the texture.
Prep Time: 1 minute
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 6 minutes
Course: Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: noatmeal, oatmeal
Servings: 4
Net Carbs: 3g



  • Mix all the ingredients in a small saucepan.
  • Cook on medium heat until the mixture is thickened. Stir occasionally.
  • Enjoy!


Calories: 233kcal | Carbohydrates: 9g | Protein: 8g | Fat: 17g | Sodium: 165mg | Fiber: 6g | Sugar: 3g | Net Carbs: 3g

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Tried this recipe?Please leave a review below and tag us @TheKetodashians on IG!

Morning Skincare Routine

We have a lot of people inquiring about our skincare routine and complimenting on our skin (thank you) so I thought it be easier to have everything I use in one post. 

I use to have 1000 products in my routine thinking it will guarantee good skin but once I paid attention to the quality of ingredients I eliminated all of the unnecessary steps. I also was applying things in the wrong order…oops but hey, my failures are learning lessons for your success.

Here is a nice diagram I found online on the basic steps on how to layer your products and what you need.

I try to be consistent with both AM/PM routines but ya know my laziness gets the best of me sometimes. If I happen to fall asleep in my makeup (huge NO-NO) I would add double cleansing in the morning.

If I followed my own directions the night before then this is my daily AM skincare routine: 

1. Cleanse/Rinse: I have dry skin so I do not use a cleanser in the morning. I wish I knew this tip sooner because I was essentially drying out my skin more by cleansing in AM/PM. Now, I gently rinse with warm water and pat dry.

2. Toner: I like to be efficient and having multi use products. Discovering  Laneige Cream Skin toner was a dream come true. I apply the toner on a cotton pad and wipe my face down. This feels amazing on the skin and doesn’t feel like I’m stripping my skin. 

3. Essence: After using Laneige Cream Skin toner , I honestly didn’t feel the need for using an essence which saves another step and money! But if you wanted to add one, I enjoyed FRESH Kombucha Antioxidant Facial Treatment Essence

4. Serums: Vitamin C is a must have ingredient in any serum you use. It helps with uneven skin tone, rough texture, fine lines, scars, and just gives you a GLOWWWW. I’m on my second bottle of La Roche-Posay Vitamin C Face Serum 

5. Eye Cream: This step is also unnecessary if you use a good moisturizer but because my skin is dryer than the desert I like applying eye cream during the day. I gently pat in Kiehl’s Avocado Eye treatment under my eyes, on my eyelids, and on my laugh lines. You just need a tiny amount and applying this gives my Vitamin C serum time to soak in.

6. Moisturizer: My moisturizer graveyard is ridiculous and shameful. I have purchased and tried out so many before I found my go-to ride or dies. I want something that gives me a hydrating glow, but not too glow-y that I look sweaty. Something that is richer in texture but doesn’t feel heavy on the skin. Thank you psoriasis for making me become a picky bish lol. My ride or dies for the past 2 years: Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream and La Mer Moisturizing Soft Cream 

7. SPF!!!!!!!! If I could only choose one morning skincare product it would be SPF. Without using SPF the rest of the products are pointless. You need SPF even if you’re driving to the store quick. Get into the habit of applying SPF in the morning like how you brush your teeth. SPF is essential to protect your skin, prevent wrinkles, sun damage, etc. We are spending all of this time and money on skincare products but if you don’t wear SPF you are just wasting your efforts. 

I had a hard time finding SPF products that wouldn’t irritate my psoriasis on my face, even the “sensitive” ones would sting my skin.  It has also been hard finding a sunscreen that didn’t effect my makeup foundation color. Currently, i’m on my third bottle of Krave Beauty- The Beet Shield and never looked back. I love how it moisturizes the skin, truly is undetectable, and DOESN’T STING. I apply a generous amount to my face and use what I have leftover in my palm to rub in my neck, chest and hands.  For my no makeup days I also love Glowscreen Sunscreen to protect my skin and give me that fresh faced look . 

8. Bonus: Once a week I shave my face (weird, I know) and exfoliate my face and body. I use this Women’s Disposable Razor to shave my hairy face. This helps brighten up my complexion and remove texture to keep my makeup looking smooth. I use to wax but it was ummmmm painful. Shaving is painless, cost effective and way easier. 

Then I exfoliate my body with Smoothie Star Breakfast Scrub and use ExfoliKate for my face. 

Guide to Hot Pot & KBBQ Grill’n

If you watch our instagram stories you know we love eating hot pot/bbq and YESSS, it can be keto. Most of the time Hot Pot & KBBQ would be cooked using two separate appliances but now with this awesome 2-in-1 gadget, we can have the best of both worlds in one sitting.

Since we get so many messages when we post about it in Instagram stories we figured a blog post was NECESSARY lol so here’s an overview with some tips n tricks. 


What is it? 

Both hot pot and kbbq grill is a dining experience that you can have with your friends and family in the comfort of your own home. You cook thinly sliced meats, vegetables, and low carb noodles via broth or griddle. Once it’s cooked to your liking, you can dip it in your sauce of choice and enjoy till you are stuffed and can’t breathe. Just kidding…or am I? 

Your spread can be as extreme or simple as you want. The beauty of this way of eating is that you literally have endless options that can fit your keto/low carb needs and the carbies in your life without having to adjust too much or making a separate meal.

Low carb Hot Pot

Protein: Thinly sliced beef brisket, pork belly, and ribeye is my fav. Along with beef (pho) meatballs and fish meatballs. Most of these items can be found in an Asian Market. Since we moved to Cali we enjoy going to Hmart to find these goodies. Hmart has a large variety of meat fresh/frozen and basically all the essentials you need. 

Vegetables: Watercress, spinach, straw mushrooms, enoki mushrooms, and seafood mushrooms are delicious and fulfilling. 

Noodles: If I want to throw noodles in the mix, I use “Healthy Noodles” from Costco. Find the scoop on these noodles here > Healthy Noodles

The carbies in my life enjoy vermicelli or rice noodles.

Dipping Sauce: This is definitely a personal preference. Spicy, sweet, salty, sour…it’s all up to you! My fav is spicy…of course. I start off with 1 tbsp soy sauce, 1 tbsp red wine vinegar, garlic, heaping scoop of hot oil, fresh Thai chili peppers, and cilantro. Try this brand if you want a clean version of soy sauce.

Hot Pot Broth: 

We prefer using pre-made bases because it’s simple and quick. Most of the pre-made bases are a bit dirtyyyy keto but we are okay with it. If you prefer, make any of your favorite flavored broth as your base to dip. Thai Tom Yum, pork, or beef broth are some other popular bases. Here’s the pre made base we like. 

Low Carb KBBQ

Protein: Similar to hot pot, thinly sliced beef brisket, pork belly, and ribeye won’t do you wrong. Usually I stick with the non marinated meat at home and kbbq restaurants since I enjoy the flavor in the sauce and the taste of the grill. But if you like marinated meat check out  our recipe. >> Keto-Friendly Beet Bulgogi

Vegetables: I prefer having the veggies in the hot pot broth vs kbbq but the fam likes grilled white onions, mushrooms, jalapeños, kimchi, and salad. Here’s our recipe for a Keto Korean BBQ inspired salad. 

I do like to use thinly sliced pickled radish to wrap the meat in though with fresh jalapeños. Pickled radish wraps are a not a substitute for rice paper but it’s a great alternative to wrap your meat in. >> Pickled Radish Wraps

Noodles: I would do the same as hot pot and use healthy noodles. 

Dipping Sauce: For the kbbq grill I like to do sesame oil with a dash of salt or the same concoction as hot pot. 

Griddle: The griddle is non-stick but adding butter to cook the non marinated meats is bombbb.

What you need:

Gadget: This is non stick and super easy to clean. After use I unplug the cord and drain all the grease to dispose of properly then rinse and scrub with a sponge just like a pan. Then I just dry with a paper towel and leave it on the table for the next round or store in the cabinet. 

Tongs: Use tongs or chopsticks to pick up the delicious meats and stay a safe distance from the griddle lol 

Strainer: Not necessary but great to have for hotpot so you can retrieve your meats and veggies easier if you don’t want additional broth.


Keto Ice Cream Base

Y’all, I recently purchased this Pint Ice Cream Maker and I’m in love. It’s the perfect portion for David and I to share some ice cream when we get cravings and I love the texture – it’s like a soft serve and it’s sooooo good. We used to have a huge cuisinart ice cream maker but this one is just the right size.

Here’s a recipe for a super simple ice cream base. You can be creative and add all types of extracts and colors to the mix. Whatever your liquid tastes like is what your ice cream will taste like – so make it your own!

Keto Vanilla Ice Cream

So simple but delicious.

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Chill time: 25 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 2 people
Net Carbs: 5g


Pint Ice Cream Maker


  • 2/3 cup heavy cream
  • 1/3 cup milk of choice (we used whole milk but you could use half and half, oat milk, almond milk, coconut milk, etc)
  • 1.5 tbsp Powdered swerve (more to taste)
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • pink salt (just a dash)


  • Mix all of the ingredients together to form a liquid base. Mix until the liquid is smooth.
  • Place the liquid base into the freezer for about 20 minutes.
  • Slowly pour the liquid base into the frozen base of the ice cream maker.
  • Turn the motor paddle on and slowly lower it on top of the frozen base.
  • Let the ice cream churn for about 20 minutes.
  • Enjoy!


Calories: 302kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 31g | Sodium: 48mg | Sugar: 2g | Net Carbs: 5g

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Tried this recipe?Please leave a review below and tag us @TheKetodashians on IG!


Here’s the Scoop on Healthy Noodle

Every time we EVER post anything about the infamous Healthy Noodle from Costco, without fail, we receive hundreds of questions, comments, and general messages in our box related to this product.

Here’s the scoop:

  1. What are they? These are gluten free, low carb, fat free, sugar free, cholesterol free and dairy free flat noodles. The brand is called Healthy Noodle, literally. They are 5g total carbs with 4 g fiber, leaving 1g net.
  2. What do they taste like? They are neutral in taste and do not have an odor – unlike shirataki noodles. They are however, in a package stored in a clear liquid to preserve its texture and taste.
  3. Are these like Shirataki? No! They do not have the same smell, taste, or texture. They are stored in a liquid though and are ready to eat hot or cold.
  4. What are they made of? Water, soybean fiber powder, cellulose, sodium alginate, yam konjac powder, calcium chloride, and salt.
  5. What is the texture like? It is similar to a flat rice noodle (pho) – however it doesn’t have the same chew (so keep that in mind).
  6. How do you cook it? You don’t have to! It’s ready to eat so you throw it in whatever dish you want to use it for. We actually DO NOT RECOMMEND cooking it for more than a minute in heat because it will break apart. When we eat the noods, it’s almost ALWAYS in soups. We heat up the broth and then throw the noodles in there right before we eat. You can definitely give them a quick rinse before you eat them (we use warm water).
  7. Where can you get these? THE QUESTION OF THE HOUR – these can be purchase at Costco. The costco item number is 1027760 so call your local store and ask an associate if they carry that product number. They are between $13-15 for a case at Costco depending on your region.
  8. If you do not want to call your local store, go to the facebook account where they often post updates on where they sell their Healthy Noodles.
  9. What recipes do you have with these noodles? None! We do not recommend cooking these in heat or they will break apart. Use them like you would noodles and pour a sauce, dressing, or whatever you want on top. They are the best experience that way. People like to eat them with pasta sauce, in soups, salads, all up to you. We would consider this a dupe for flat rice noodles so take that information and get creative!
  10. What’s a good hack? Rinse these out, store them in a zip lock back, and bring them to your favorite Pho or Hot Pot restaurant!

If you’re looking for inspo, here are some delicious ones:

FAQ: “What do you do with your leftover fry oil?”

Well let me answer that question – something we get almost 20 times daily any time we feature a video of us frying food on our Instagram account.

Short answer: we save it and continue using it until it is too dark or gets cloudy.

Here’s the scoop…

Our families have always deep fried foods since before we can even remember. Back in the day, there would be a designated “frying pot” where the oil would sit until someone needed to fry something – nowadays, in our own homes, here is what we do:

  1. Let the oil cool completely.
  2. Place a mesh strainer at the mouth of a large jar and pour the oil in there. You want the big bits to get caught so it doesn’t end up floating around in the jar. The reason you want to strain the oil is so when you reuse the oil, it doesn’t make the oil darker than it needs to be. It also helps keep the oil tasting fresher (in our opinion).
  3. Close the jar and store at room temperature.
  4. We reuse the oil until it becomes a brown color but that is completely up to you. The darker the oil, the darker your food will look after you fry it, so just adjust the amount of times you reuse based on the color and preference you have.

Now some additional questions we know y’all are going to have:

  1. What kind of oil do you use? We like to use avocado oil because it is clean and has a high smoke point. Use what oil you can afford and are comfortable cooking with. Canola oil, peanut oil, and soybean oil are all oils we have fried with – they are just very processed.
  2. How many times do you re-use oil? Depending on what we fry, it’s 5-6 times. If we fry fish, the oil is dunzo because the smell and taste will not go away.
  3. What deep fryer do you recommend?

DIY Mask Chain

If you’re going to wear a mask – make it fashion. This one is also a functional solution for those of you run around a lot and find yourself taking your mask on and off between locations and activities. I personally love my mask chain because there have been so many instances when my mask has dropped to the ground when I eat or drink LOL.

I’ve been seeing a lot of articles about mask chains lately and after browsing several online shops and even purchasing a few on Amazon, I realized I could easily make my own.

To make your mask chain you need three things:

  1. Chain of choice. Craft stores carry a variety of chains in spools and individual styles. Look for them in the jewelry section.
  2. Lobster Clasp. Most chains will come with at least one, especially if you are using a necklace as your chain but you will need two for your mask.
  3. Split Rings. Think of these as adapters for your chains and lobster clasps. These connect the two seamlessly.

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Here are the steps to make your chain mask:

  1. Take a lobster clasp and connect it to a split ring.
  2. Connect the split ring with lobster clasp to each end of the chain.
  3. Clasp each end of the chain onto the ear loop of your mask.
  4. Happy social distancing and stay safe!

*pro-tip, if you have extra costume jewelry or chains in your vanity, this is a great way to give it new life.


Review: Archer Farms Uncured Ham and Swiss Omelet Cups


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♬ Hit It – Yung Skrrt

New at Target! Does anyone else like to browse the aisles for new products on the regular? I feel like I’ve been doing that more than ever lately because quarantine had me in a little rut. David and I were at Target last week and picked these babies up – maybe they aren’t as new as I think but they are new to me and I haven’t really seen anyone else talk about these. 

So here are some precursors to this review – I do not like Starbucks Egg Bites and I am not a huge fan of the 3 Petit Lechons Brand of sous vide bites from Aldi/Specialty Grocery Stores. Costco and Target also see the ThreeBridge Egg Cup bites but I don’t think they have much flavor.

I didn’t have high hopes before trying but the ham and swiss combo sounded good. 

Here’s the run down: 

These are $4.49 for a box of 4 omelet cups. The cups are the size of mini cupcakes and come two in a pack. One box is one serving, coming in at 2g total carbs for the entire box – which is not bad at all, however, the portion is tiny LOL. You win some, you lose some, right?

These can be found in the frozen food aisle, next to the frozen breakfast items. You can order it for pick up at your local store as well. 


The omelet cups are frozen and do not require thawing to cook. You just remove the plastic and then pop them in the microwave for a minute and a half and then let them sit for another minute. 

Low Carb Asian Swaps

Yes, we most definitely still enjoy asian food! Check out our list of keto/low carb product swaps!

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Egg Roll Wrappers

Use KETOBAES to save some $ if you’re a first time customer.

Soy Sauce Alternative

Aminos are made from coconut and have a slightly coconut aroma but are pretty close to soy sauce vibes.

Chicken Granule Replacement

Add this with some sweetener, salt, and garlic so you’ll have some umami flavor – you can also blend in some mushroom seasoning to take it next level.

Cornstarch for Frying Replacement

Dredge whatever protein you’re looking to crisp up and this works perfectly – you can also add an egg to make more of a batter once you fry it.

Panko Bread Crumb Replacement

Use Pork panko the same way you would use panko bread crumbs!

Super Clean Fish Sauce

We use fish sauce in our daily cooking – this one is super clean.

Sugar Replacement

We’ve permanently replaced real sugar with monk fruit sweetener because it measures the same as sugar – if you want to caramelize something, we suggest using brown swerve or allulose.

Cleaner Teriyaki Sauce

Similar vibes as the coconut aminos but more ingredients to make it a thicker sauce.

Spring Roll Wrapper Alternative

If you’re sick of lettuce wraps and want something sturdier for meal prep – try these. Heads up! Don’t fry these – use them like you would use rice paper for fresh spring rolls.

Bean Thread Noodle Dupes

Target Keto Finds – Episode 2 Recap


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Birch Benders Frozen Keto Waffles

Perfect when you’re in a pinch for time in the morning.

Three Bridges Egg Bites

Starbucks Sous Vide Bites who?

Epic Pork Rinds

Clean and crunchy.

Utz Pork Rinds

How can you resist a bucket o pork rinds?

Xanthan Gum

Use this to thicken sauces and soups. A little goes a long way.

Allulose Sweetener

This sweetener will caramelize like sugar. Perfect for desserts.

Old Neighborhood Shaved Beef

Hello philly cheesesteaks all day, every day.

Good and Gather Cobb Salad

All the good stuff for when you’re on the go.

Swerve Brown Sugar

Our favorite brown sugar replacement.

Good and Gather Macadamia Nuts

Magically delicious and buttery.