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Target Keto Finds – Episode 1 Recap


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♬ Say So (Instrumental Version) [Originally Performed by Doja Cat] – Elliot Van Coup

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High Key Chocolate Chip Cookies

Famous amos vibes FOR SURE.

Assorted Whisps

We like to add these to salads or as chips for nachos.

Oh Snap Pickle Bites

Perfect with cream cheese and some deli ham.

Zevia Cola

Serious diet coke vibes without the dirty ingredients.

Old Wisconsin Beef Snacks

The perfect bite.

Quest Thin Crust Pizza

We like adding extra toppings before we pop these into the oven to bake.

Real Good Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches

We’re torn on these – with some sugar free maple syrup these are delish but by themselves they are salty AF.


David swears by these and says they are the best pork rinds ever.

Snack Whisps

Perfect for picnics and purse snacks.

P3 Protein Packs

Adult snackables?! Yes please.

Raos Marinara Sauce

Super clean and great macros for a tomato sauce.

Good and Gather Unsalted Mixed Nuts

Simple but the perfect little pick me up.

Hair Journey

If you’re like me who cries at every 1inch hair trim then you know the feeling when you brush your hair and find it shedding CLUMPS. Once I noticed my hair wouldn’t stop shedding I immediately dove into the internet and found a hair routine to stick to.

Below is a list of items and tips I’ve been using to help me achieve the locks of my dreams:

1. Supplements! 

Viviscal and Collagen has been my go to on tackling my hair shedding and promoting hair growth. You can find them


2. Washing your hair

Working in the restaurant industry I would leave with an aroma of oil and grease…LOL so the thought of not washing my hair daily use to freak me out. Turns out its best to NOT wash your hair daily so that your scalp is not stripped from natural oils. Luckily, I do not work in the Resturant industry anymore and feel comfortable on stretching out my washes. I noticed my hair felt more soft and not as brittle as before. 


Ok, I’m boujee and I know it. I’m the type that needs all the bells and whistles when I’m laser focused on something. The coveted Mason Pearson hair brush is meant to stimulate circulation, bring blood flow to the scalp, and in turn promote healthy hair growth. Does it work? Not sure yet, but it feels oh so goooooood and makes me want to take care of my hair. The average price for this brush is around $250 but we found an amazing dupe for $40 Here



5 Keto-Friendly Snacks from Amazon

Legendary Foods Tasty Pastry (pop tart dupe)

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If you’re looking for a nostalgic way to stay keto on the go, these are delicious and close enough to give you pop tart vibez. We like the brown sugar flavor best but there’s also a strawberry option as well. We prefer these straight outta the box but you can toast them like the real day.

Good to Go Snack Bars

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These cakey bars give off some serious fig newton without the fig vibez. They are soft with a little chew and are the perfect sweet treat when you’re on the go.

Keto Farms Cheesy Jalapeno Mix

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If you’re a fan if jalapeno white cheddar popcorn mix, this one’s for you. The seasoning on the nuts and cheese is a dupe for the popcorn shop favorite and is only 2g net carbs for a serving!

Taco Bell Taco Supreme Sunflower Seeds

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These seeds are for those of you who are nervous snackers – trying to get the seed out of the shell is 75% of the work and where almost all of the flavor is. We love to have these on hand when we’re on long drives or road trips.

Sola Granola

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We have yet to try a flavor of this keto friendly granola that we haven’t liked. It’s so good you can’t even tell it’s mostly a nut mix! Eat it for a quick snack or use it as a topping on yogurt or eat it like cereal.

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5 Must Haves from ChocZero

If you like chocolate, keep reading 😊. When we first started eating a ketogenic diet, the only chocolates we really were eating were Russell Stover’s or Hershey’s Sugar Free varieties – which there’s nothing wrong with them but they are filled with maltitol and we’re trying to clean up our act. Maltitol can also cause discomfort, but we’ll get into that another time. Luckily, ChocZero came into our lives and we have yet to find a superior chocolate/syrup company. 

If you’re interested in purchasing anything from ChocZero, use KETOBAES as a discount code to save 10% on your purchase. We even use the code ourselves!

Here are the top five must haves from ChocZero 🍫:

  1. Peanut Butter Cups: Ok these are better than the real deal and there’s no guilt after you eat 1,2, or even 3. We personally like the white chocolate ones the best, followed by milk chocolate and then the dark chocolate.
  2. Milk Chocolate Squares: We are totally white and milk chocolate people so these are the perfect treat if we are craving something sweet. It has a toffee undertone but we are OK with that. These are perfect with peanut butter or by themselves. 
  3. Milk Chocolate Chips: These melt so beautifully and are everything you could ask for for a sugar free chocolate chip. We’ve tried other brands and they just don’t melt as nicely as these ones do – a much better dupe for the real deal. 
  4. Maple Syrup: This is thicker than your sugary syrup but the taste is so on point it doesn’t matter what the texture is. This tastes like the real deal and we love to pour it over our pancakes, bacon, and brussels.
  5. Caramel Syrup: this one’s smooth and sweet and so perfect on top of baked bars or in beverages.

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Genius Gourmet Spicy Nacho and Ranch Keto Chips Review

I recently purchased two cases of chips by Genius Gourmet–Spicy Nacho and Ranch cause they’ve been all the rage on Instagram. Y’all know I’m a sucker for salty snacks so I had to try these babies. To help you gauge my taste, I do like the Quest Tortilla Chips, Aldi Pork Rinds, Mushroom Crisps, and Lavash Chips for my kettle and corn tortilla chip replacements. There was a sale going on so each box was $23.92 for 8 bags of chips ($2.99) per 1.13oz bag, which is one serving.

Here are the macros:

Texture: exactly like a Quaker Rice Crisp and/or a Popcorners brand Flex Chip. 

Taste: The Spicy Nacho has like a 1 second hit of heat to it, but is mostly just cheesy with a hint of tomato powder. Definitely nacho vibes. The Ranch had a really off putting chemical taste but a decent sour cream and onion aftertaste. 

Value: You get about 10-12 chips per bag which I think is a little low for $3 a pop. The macros, specifically total carb count, are on point, so if you are a snacker and need something crunchy and salty to make it work into your carbs, they are worth it.

Final verdict: I would buy the Spicy Nacho again but NOT the Ranch. They both have a good crunch factor but the Ranch has an odor I can’t get over. If you are a fan of rice crisps, you’ll really like these chips. If you are expecting a dorito, you are not going to be impressed.

A New Home For Your Instant Pot

Ahhhh the Instant Pot – how did I ever boil eggs before you? This kitchen gadget is incredibly useful and is something I would consider a staple item. I use it weekly and it’s the perfect tool for hard/soft boiled eggs, bone broths, and when I was eating lots of carbs — rice.

I’m a sucker for the Instant Pot and it’s gadgets so my kitchen used to be filled with all these random accessories that somehow contribute to my Instant Pot routine. Queue, the magical Target utility cart! This thing is so easy to put together and is sold at a great price point ($30). I use it to store my 6 quart Instant Pot, all of its accessories, and my Nutribullet + its accessories. This utility cart lives in my pantry and has wheels if I need to move it out of the way.

Click on the pic below to get a cart of your own!

Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker Review

I recently impulse bought an ice cream maker because 1) it was on sale for a very reasonable price ($32 compared to $79 reg) and 2) I had heavy whipping cream and whole milk in my fridge that I wanted to use up. Not very logical or practical, but it’s winter right now and I’m trying to keep myself busy inside to distract myself from the fact that it’s a froze tundra outside.

The Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker is built to make about 1.5 quarts of ice cream. It comes with an electric base, bowl, paddle, and lid. It’s about the size of a large blender and comes in red or white. There was also an instruction and recipe book included in the box, however, the machine is pretty easy to put together sans instructions.

Luckily, David has agreed to be my sous-chef for life so he was able to help me put this thing to the test. The first thing we had to do was freeze the mixing bowl because there is a liquid in there that must be solid before any ice cream can be made. Sixteen hours later, we had a frozen bowl, whole milk, heavy whipping cream, vanilla extract, and some sugar waiting to be transformed. After mixing all of the ingredients together, we turned on the machine and poured the contents into bowl as it spun. The mixture started to thicken after every minute, and after about 15 minutes, we had a soft-serve textured 1.5 quart of vanilla ice cream. We also added crushed pineapple to the mixture to take it up a notch.

Overall, the Ice Cream Maker completed it’s mission exactly as described in the instruction manual. I was pretty impressed at how fast everything came together – and clean up was a breeze. The only thing I would change is to use higher quality vanilla extract because the one we used tasted more like alcohol. Pretty pumped to test out different ice cream recipes over the next couple of weeks!

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4 Ways to Season Hard Boiled Eggs

Hard boiled eggs don’t have to be boring y’all! These are a quick way to have a nice, filling, and flavorful snack. Here are some of the seasonings we like to use:

Everything But the Bagel Seasoning

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Trader Joe’s Mushroom Seasoning

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Kernel Seasoning Nacho Popcorn seasoning

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Tapatio Seasoning

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