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The first time I tried a Nush cake, it was lemon poppyseed, I was ecstatic. Here, in front of me, was a keto-friendly snack, in travel-friendly wrapping that actually tasted like the lemon poppyseed muffin I hadn’t been able to indulge in guilt-free until this moment. Then I warmed it up and added butter (for good measure) and I think I melted as quickly as the butter did. I thought, WOW, I need to partner with Nush Cakes! Their cakes are SO GOOD!

Since then, I’ve partnered with them many times, and although they’ve discontinued the lemon poppyseed flavor (cue the tears) they’ve introduced a bunch of new ones!

These snack cakes are AWESOME. I haven’t found anything with the same moist, muffin/cake-like texture on the market so far, you’ll have a fairly hard time telling the difference, especially if you’ve been on the wagon a while!

Oh and by the way, if you use the code “wickedstuffed,” you’ll get 10% off your order!

Like I said, they recently came out with some new flavors—blueberry, cherry almond, pineapple mango, and peanut butter!

The blueberry flavor is my favorite, because it’s as close to a blueberry muffin as you can get on keto. I like to heat it up and add a little butter, then I’m in pure heaven.

The pineapple and cherry almond flavors both have the most amazing scent when you open the packet and taste exactly how you’d expect. I love how moist all of the cakes are…you’d never know you were eating keto at all!

Finally the peanut butter has a great peanut butter flavor, it would taste great with some keto-friendly cocoa syrup.

Here are all the reasons why I love Nush cakes!

  1. They are one of the few keto brands I trust. I know the owner is dedicated to high-quality, nutrient-dense ingredients.
  2. They are 2-3 net carbs, depending on the cake. And NOT because they have 30 grams of carbs and 27 grams of fiber like a lot of keto treats.
  3. The ingredients are straightforward and more importantly: organic-certified.  That’s not an easy certification to get!
  4. You can make your own edits! For instance, the folks at Nush recommended putting a little low-carb cream cheese frosting (just cream cheese, non-sugar sweetener, and a drop of vanilla extract) on top of the Carrot Spice cake. Now we have dessert, my friends!
  5. Or zap one of the Banana Walnut cakes until it’s nice and warm and drizzle with cream. Just like bread pudding!
  6. Their flavors like carrot spice and banana really tap into our main muffin/cake cravings (which is why i recommend getting their sampler).
  7. The sweetener they use is 100% organic erythritol which is something I’ve given the thumbs-up to in the past. It’s a completely natural sweetener that has no effect on your blood sugar and is the easiest on your belly.
  8. Nush cakes are not overly/fake sweet. The banana bread, for example, is about on par with your average banana bread, which suits me fine.
  9. I also love the fact that they’re really satisfying, thanks to the combination of protein (5-6g), fat (10-11g), and fiber (5-6g).
  10. You can bring them wherever you go. THIS IS HUGE. How nice is it to just be able to grab something and drive to work, or wherever you’re going? This is a breakfast game-changer for me!

And OMG have you SEEN this recipe for Cheesecake Carrot Cake Trifle? I’ve died and gone to keto heaven.

And just so you know, it’s not just me! Nush cakes have been featured in the KetoKrate and Low Carb Traveler, among others, and Jimmy Moore of Livin’ La Vida Low Carb loves them, too. And when they made their first appearance at the Natural Foods Expo in Anaheim, back in March, they were named one of the “top 10 innovate and on-trend” products to come out of the show! That’s out of tens of thousand of products.

Finally, if you’ll use the promo code “wickedstuffed” when you order, they’ll know this recommendation came from me, which I appreciate, and you’ll get 10% off your order! I very highly recommend you try these cakes!

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If you love the taste of burgers and dogs on the 4th of July, you’ll love this smorgasbord of the best barbecue ingredients on a grain-free, 100% cheese pizza crust. I introduce to you the 4th of July Pizza.

While I was recently searching the interwebs for the answer of why I suck so bad at taking food photos, I came across a fun fact: lots of food bloggers take photos of their food cold (like soup) because it looks better, or don’t even use the real food at all. For example, they scoop mashed potatoes for a photo instead of ice cream! WHAT?!

Here I am rushing to take a photo before it gets cold, cause I’m scoffing it five minutes later.

This made me feel a little bit better about my totally real photos of food I actually eat. But damn to hell my lack of natural light. And, uh, my 3 am recipe-making binges in my yellow-lit kitchen. Balls.

Speaking of food I consume five minutes later, I literally just finished eating this pizza less than ten minutes ago. It’s one of my favorite recipes. I know I say that all the time, but it’s true! I think this recipe is going to be in demand often around here.

This quite literally tastes like a complete Fourth of July BBQ in every squee-inducing bite. So if nobody invited you to any BBQs this year ’cause they’re a bunch of jerks, then you can rest easy knowing this pizza is here for you. Always. Or, if you’re missing summer when it’s 20 degrees out in January, it’s here for you.  In fact, it’s always here for you because hot dogs and hamburgers are the ultimate comfort food.

It takes a little while to make this 4th of July Pizza, but I promise it’s worth the work!

4th of July Pizza on 100% Cheddar Cheese Crust

Servings: 2

Prep Time: 15 minutes | Cook Time: 15 minutes | Total Time: 30 minutes

Nutritional Facts: 7g Net Carbs| 1289 Calories | 91g Fat | 8g Carbs | 109g Protein | 1g Fiber

Ingredients:
  • 1 lb grass fed ground beef
  • 2 organic uncured beef hot dogs
  • 1.5 cups 4-cheese Mexican blend
  • 1.5 cups shredded cheddar
  • 1/4 tbsp paprika
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt
  • 1/4 tsp ground black pepper
  • 1/4 tsp Old Bay
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • 1 tbsp organic thousand island dressing
  • 1 cup chopped romaine
  • 2 tbsp red onion, chopped
  • 2 tbsp dill pickle, chopped
  • 1/2 cup shredded American cheese (you can get a little block from the deli or cheese shop)
  • low-sugar ketchup to taste (1g of carbs or less)
  • mustard to taste
Steps:
  1. Over medium heat in a medium frying pan glazed with olive oil, add 1 cup cheese blend evenly over skillet in a circle, then on top, 1 cup shredded cheese (the 4-cheese blend will keep it from sticking to the pan). Make even. Cheese should sizzle when it’s added.
  2. After 5 minutes, use a spatula to lift the edges and underneath of the pizza, and slide out onto a flat surface, like a cutting board. Allow the crust to cool.
  3. Repeat again, for the second pizza crust. Set both crusts aside.
  4. Add 2 tbsp thousand island dressing to both crusts. Use a spoon to evenly smooth it around.
  5. With your leftover skillet, add 1lb hamburger and cook until browned.
  6. Once browned, add paprika, sea salt, ground black pepper, old bay seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, and 2 tbsp water. Mix and set to simmer on low. Add a little more thousand island dressing (about a tbsp should work) and toss.
  7. Chop hot dogs into slices and add to the mix.
  8. Meanwhile, add chopped lettuce to your pizza crust.
  9. Chop your pickles, onions, shred your American cheese, and set aside.
  10. On top of lettuce, add about a cup of the hamburger/hotdog mixture to each pizza crust and spread evenly (more, if you want).
  11. Add chopped onions and chopped pickles.
  12. Drizzle ketchup and mustard on top.
  13. Sprinkle with shredded American cheese, serve and enjoy.

    This post has been republished, it was originally published in 2016.
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4th of July Pizza on 100% Cheddar Cheese Crust {Grain-Free, Keto, Low Carb}
  • Author: Amanda C. Hughes
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 1 pizza
Description

If you love the taste of burgers and dogs on the 4th of July, you’ll love this smorgasbord of the best barbecue ingredients on a grain-free, 100% cheese pizza crust. I introduce to you the 4th of July Pizza.

Ingredients
  • 1 lb grass fed ground beef
  • 2 organic uncured beef hot dogs
  • 1.5 cups 4-cheese Mexican blend
  • 1.5 cups shredded cheddar
  • 1/4 tbsp paprika
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt
  • 1/4 tsp ground black pepper
  • 1/4 tsp Old Bay
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • 1 tbsp organic thousand island dressing
  • 1 cup chopped romaine
  • 2 tbsp yellow onion
  • 2 tbsp chopped dill pickle
  • 1/2 cup shredded American cheese (you can get a little block from the deli or cheese shop)
  • low-sugar ketchup to taste (1g of carbs or less)
  • mustard to taste
Instructions
  1. Over medium heat in a medium frying pan glazed with olive oil, add 1 cup cheese blend evenly over skillet in a circle, then on top, 1 cup shredded cheese (the 4-cheese blend will keep it from sticking to the pan). Make even. Cheese should sizzle when it’s added.
  2. After 5 minutes, use a spatula to lift the edges and underneath of the pizza, and slide out onto a flat surface, like a cutting board. Allow the crust to cool.
  3. Repeat again, for the second pizza crust. Set both crusts aside.
  4. Add 2 tbsp thousand island dressing to both crusts. Use a spoon to evenly smooth it around.
  5. With your leftover skillet, add 1lb hamburger and cook until browned.
  6. Once browned, add paprika, sea salt, ground black pepper, old bay seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, and 2 tbsp water. Mix and set to simmer on low.
  7. Chop hot dogs into slices and add to the mix.
  8. Simmer for about five minutes.
  9. Meanwhile, add chopped lettuce to your pizza crust.
  10. Chop your pickles, onions, shred your American cheese, and set aside.
  11. On top of lettuce, add about a cup of the hamburger/hotdog mixture to each pizza crust and spread evenly (more, if you want).
  12. Add chopped onions and chopped pickles.
  13. Drizzle ketchup and mustard on top.
  14. Sprinkle with shredded American cheese, serve and enjoy.
  • Category: Holiday
Nutrition
  • Serving Size: 2 slices
  • Calories: 1289
  • Fat: 91g
  • Carbohydrates: 8g
  • Fiber: 1g
  • Protein: 109g

Keywords: 4th of July Pizza

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If you love pizza then be sure to try my Low Carb Pizza Recipe w/ Cauliflower Crust next.

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For these keto burger lettuce wraps, the secret isn’t in “the sauce”, it’s in the seasoning. So put together whatever hamburger ground you enjoy, then coat each side with a hearty layer of this mix. Don’t worry about overdoing it, this will make the perfect amount for four hamburgers.

Autumn Spice Burger Lettuce Wraps

Servings: 4

Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 20 minutes | Total Time: 30 minutes

Nutritional Facts: 0g Net Carbs| 406 Calories | 33g Fat | 1g Carbs | 24g Protein | 1g Fiber

Ingredients:

  • 4 (5 oz) ground beef patties (about 1 ¼ lb)
  • ½ tbsp. chili powder
  • ½ tbsp. onion powder
  • ½ tbsp. garlic salt
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • A pinch of freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 romaine lettuce head, leaves separated and washed.

Optional: American cheese or your favorite garnishments like a ripe tomato, mayo, mustard, and no-sugar-added ketchup.

Instructions:
1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (you can also use a grill)
2. Begin with your pre-formed hamburgers (this recipe isn’t about the meat, but about the seasoning!)
3. Place them in a grated cast-iron pan (this will keep the burgers from sitting in their own oils) or a pre-heated grill.
4. In a bowl, combine chili powder, onion powder, garlic salt, cinnamon, and pepper.
5. Sprinkle ½ the mixture over the patties, and rub.
6. Flip the patties, and use the rest of the mix on the other sides.
7. Put the cast iron pan with the hamburgers in the oven and cook until meat reaches your desired doneness.
8. If desired, add cheese now and return to the oven until cheese is melted.
9. Serve on a bed of romaine leaves for wrapping, and add your favorite burger condiments.

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Autumn Spice Burger Lettuce Wraps
  • Author: Amanda C. Hughes
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 4 burger lettuce wraps
Description

For these burgers, the secret isn’t in “the sauce”, it’s in the seasoning. So put together whatever hamburger ground you enjoy, then coat each side with a hearty layer of this mix. Don’t worry about overdoing it, this will make the perfect amount for four hamburgers.

Ingredients

Ingredients:

4 (5 oz) ground beef patties (about 1 ¼ lbs)
½ tbsp. chili powder
½ tbsp. onion powder
½ tbsp. garlic salt
½ tsp cinnamon
A pinch of freshly ground black pepper
1 romaine lettuce head, leaves separated and washed.
Optional: American cheese or your favorite garnishments like a ripe tomato, mayo, mustard, and no-sugar-added ketchup.

Instructions

Instructions:

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (you can also use a grill)
2. Begin with your pre-formed hamburgers (this recipe isn’t about the meat, but about the seasoning!)
3. Place them in a grated cast-iron pan (this will keep the burgers from sitting in their own oils) or a pre-heated grill.
4. In a bowl, combine chili powder, onion powder, garlic salt, cinnamon and pepper.
5. Sprinkle ½ the mixture over the patties, and rub.
6. Flip the patties, and use the rest of the mix on the other sides.
7. Put the cast iron pan with the hamburgers in the oven and cook until meat reaches your desired doneness.
8. If desired, add cheese now and return to the oven until cheese is melted.
9. Serve on a bed of romaine leaves for wrapping, and add your favorite burger condiments.

Notes

A rare burger is 140, medium rare is 145, medium is 160, well done is 170. Also, watch out for high-sugar ketchup. Big brand ketchups contain 5g of carbohydrates, mostly sugar, in one tablespoon. Most small batch ketchups have 1-2g.

  • Category: Dinner
Nutrition
  • Serving Size: 1
  • Calories: 406
  • Fat: 33g
  • Carbohydrates: 1g
  • Fiber: 1g
  • Protein: 24g

Keywords: burger lettuce wraps

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If you enjoy these keto burger lettuce wraps, be sure to try my Wicked Good Butter Burgers next.

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Wicked Stuffed by Amanda C. Hughes - 1M ago

In my past life on the sugar, my go-to was always some kind of rum punch. Whenever you visit Florida, I feel like you need to have a rum punch in hand to really kick-off a vacation. Since a traditional rum punch is nowhere near acceptable for keto life, I wanted to come up with my own.

In comes Everly’s Peach Mango drink mix. and Fruit Punch.

To get the authentic mouthfeel of something like a rum punch, I like to blend this with some strawberries before I shake it, for texture, so it’s a little more involved which is why I made this as a bigger batch—for sharing with a friend!

To make this rum punch, add the following to a blender:

Then pour into a cocktail shaker and serve over ice (and don’t forget the tiny umbrella!)

This is the carbier of my keto drink concoctions at 8 net carbs for a 9oz glass. You can cut that number down to 2.5 carbs if you cut out the unsweetened coconut water, and simply use cold water.

Disclaimer: Everly is a sponsor of WickedStuffed, however, I only accept sponsorship from companies of products that I already use and love, so that you’re always getting my honest opinion.

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Wicked Stuffed by Amanda C. Hughes - 1M ago

Strawberry lemonade just screams summer, doesn’t it? As soon as the leaves are green and it’s over 75 degrees, I always like to have it around. For me, I usually have a jug of water with lemon and strawberries in it, which is refreshing but it’s certainly not lemonade. That’s why I love Everly’s Strawberry Drink Mix (also available caffeinated) because now I can make it just like the real thing—and it really tastes like it!

Since I love to throw BBQ’s in the summer, I wanted to make some fun mixed drinks I can serve but that I can also drink (see my Keto Sangria and Keto “Gelly” Shots), so for this one, I made a spiked strawberry keto lemonade!

Fill a 64oz pitcher with:

If you don’t eat the strawberries, each 8oz glass is only a fraction of a carb each, and if you do, it’s still less than 1 (there’s 10 net carbs in a cup).

Note: Since alcohol is burned off before fats in your body (just like sugar), I usually don’t overdo my fats while I drink alcohol and know it’ll be a “stall” day. Or, I just enjoy and remind myself that keto isn’t a lifestyle if you aren’t living. Enjoy!

Disclaimer: Everly is a sponsor of WickedStuffed, however, I only accept sponsorship from companies of products that I already use and love, so that you’re always getting my honest opinion.

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Wicked Stuffed by Amanda C. Hughes - 1M ago

Mojitos! Yes! I love them. I love that they taste fresh, and they use mint, and when they’re made with blueberries, they’re even better. What I don’t love is that they use sugar syrup, so I came up with a solution: Everly’s sugar-free Pomegranate Berry drink mix.  A quick simple syrup makes these blueberry keto mojitos soooo delicious!

Here’s how to make two blueberry keto mojitos:

Mix 1 tbsp hot water with 1/2 tsp Everly’s sugar-free Pomegranate Berry drink mix.

Set up two glasses, and add a few blueberries to each (1.5 carbs per 5 blueberries)

Add 5-10 mint leaves to each glass, and then divide the sweet syrup between the glasses.

Muddle the mix in each glass, and do not strain. Add sparkling water to each glass with some ice, and then add  white rum to your taste. I also love these alcohol-free!

Disclaimer: Everly is a sponsor of WickedStuffed, however, I only accept sponsorship from companies of products that I already use and love, so that you’re always getting my honest opinion.

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Wicked Stuffed by Amanda C. Hughes - 1M ago

It’s finally summer, after the longest wait in New England history (at least my history). All I want is all the summery things I can get my hands on. This recipe uses Everly’s Peach Mango drink mix for the base flavor, which is exactly right to get you in the mood for a tropical vacation in your backyard!

To make this cocktail, simply mix 1 1/2 tsp Everly’s Peach Mango drink mix with 1 tbsp hot water to create a syrup.

Add it to a small pitcher with 1/2 cup white rum, 1/2 cup dark rum, and 1 cup cold unsweetened coconut water. Mix, then add ice.

Top with 17 oz orange-flavored sparking water, pour into glasses and enjoy!

Disclaimer: Everly is a sponsor of WickedStuffed, however, I only accept sponsorship from companies of products that I already use and love, so that you’re always getting my honest opinion.

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Wicked Stuffed by Amanda C. Hughes - 1M ago

Everly’s Fruit Tea drink mix is in my top 5 favorite keto products ever, so I really wanted to take it to the next level and create a party-friendly drink with all the fixin’s. One of my favorite “muggle” drinks is an Arnold Palmer, so I thought this would be a good opportunity to make one that’s keto friendly!

Fill a 64oz pitcher with:

Pro tip: Typically, I like to melt the drink mixes before adding them to a big batch like this that has fruit in it, so the powder doesn’t stick. Simply whisk the mixes together with about a cup of warmish water beforehand, then add to the pitcher.

If you don’t nibble on the strawberries, each 8oz glass is only a fraction of a carb each, and if you do eat them, it’s still less than 1 (there’s 10 net carbs in a cup).

Disclaimer: Everly is a sponsor of WickedStuffed, however, I only accept sponsorship from companies of products that I already use and love, so that you’re always getting my honest opinion.

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Wicked Stuffed by Amanda C. Hughes - 1M ago

I’ve been known to have some dry red wine now again (and by now and again I mean, I got married in Napa and have visited over a dozen wine trails across the U.S., so you know, casual enthusiast, whatever. So in the summer, I love to make Sangria for parties, because it’s a bit too hot to crack open a bottle of room temp red, and sometimes even too hot for a cold white.

I thought it would be fun to come up with a keto sangria mix that tastes like the real deal, but Sangria is loaded with sugar.  I usually just skip the sugar and the traditional brandy, but it’s not quit the same. My solution? The Pomegranate Berry keto drink mix by Everly,  for a sugar-free option that also adds the perfect flavor for a red sangria. Here’s how I made it.

Whisk the Pomegranate Berry keto drink mix into about a cup of red wine until totally dissolved, then add it, along with all the other ingredients to a large pitcher, and serve.

If you’re letting the Sangria marinate, don’t add the seltzer right away. Simply add all the ingredients except the seltzer and let sit overnight in the refrigerator. When ready to serve, add the seltzer and some fresh ice, then enjoy!

This makes about fifteen 5oz glasses of Sangria (and a lot more if you add ice.) Each 5oz glass (no ice) is about 4g carbohydrates per glass, which as we know is good for a party, not every day.

Disclaimer: Everly is a sponsor of WickedStuffed, however, I only accept sponsorship from companies of products that I already use and love, so that you’re always getting my honest opinion.

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Wicked Stuffed by Amanda C. Hughes - 1M ago

Technically booze isn’t keto-friendly because, like sugar, your body will burn off alcohol before it burns fat. That said, I don’t know many keto peeps who completely abstain, they just hang with low carb options. Vodka, the booze used in this recipe, contains no sugar, and it’s mixed with my favorite drink mixes by Everly,  for a totally sugar-free option.

Everly has three lines of drink powders, Energy (with caffeine), Calm (with magnesium) and Regular. Their main flavors (in order of my favorites first) are Fruit Punch, Strawberry Lemonade, Pomegranate Berry, and Peach Mango. (They also make a “fruit tea” which is my absolute favorite!) Each 16oz serving only uses about a teaspoon, so you get 30 servings per packet. For sweetening, the mixes use Erythritol and Stevia which is nice, and there’s no aftertaste whatsoever, they taste like delicious drinks and that’s it!

For this recipe, I used all four of their flavors listed above, the regular (no caffeine, no magnesium) mix. They’re mixed with unsweetened, unflavored gelatin (I used Knox), water, and vodka, that’s it! The recipe below is to make all four flavors, but if you’re feeling lazy and want to do just one (I recommend Fruit Punch for this recipe), simply use 4 packets of gelatin, 1 cup of cold water, 3 cups of hot water, 2 tsp drink mix, and 1/2 cup vodka. This makes 20 “Gelly” Shots, and each one is only 0.2 carbs, so you can live a little.

This recipe below uses 1 packet of Knox Gelatine, with 1 flavor of Everly, and it makes 5 shots. If you use all four flavors like I did, you’ll make 20 total. I simply made this recipe four times by setting out four small separate bowls, added the cold water and gelatine to each, then made them one by one after that.

Ingredients Instructions
  1. In a bowl, add cold water, then sprinkle gelatin over it, and wait about a minute. You don’t need to mix it.
  2. Add boiling water and mix, then add drink mix and whisk until it dissolves completely. Add vodka, then pour into 5 shot glasses. Chill in the refrigerator for at least three hours.
  3. Repeat for all the flavors and quantities you want to make.

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