A nut-based hummus recipe which makes keeping to a ketotarian lifestyle that much simpler. Put the low-carb spread on celery sticks or your preferred keto-friendly vegetable.
Are you comfortable with the ketotarian method of approaching a ketogenic diet?
If you are like me and just love plants and the notion of going full-blown keto is terrifying for you, there are numerous strategies you can use to consume more plants on keto…
… starting, with this keto hummus, and ending… well, with this keto hummus?
In all reality though, there are oodles of recipes you can follow to live a plant-based keto lifestyle.
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Recipes For the Modern Ketotarian
I was vegan until I wasn’t anymore. And, even thought it’s been YEARS since I labeled myself as being vegan, I still very much associate myself as being more plant-based than most other people.
When keto was newly on the scene, a great deal of people assumed it was meat + animal fat. But, there’s a good deal more to keto than meats the eye (haha see what I did there?) .
You may flourish on a plant-based approach to your eating style, and even though some keto”specialists” would advise against it, I think you are the best judge of how your system thrives, not a stranger on the internet. Should you choose to be a keto vegan, a keto vegetarian, or keto pescatarian, it’s completely doable.
Especially once you have the ideal plant-based keto recipes in your toolbox!
You Can Like Plants and Not Be Ketotarian
Just cause this is a plant-based recipe doesn’t mean you have to BE plant-based so as to enjoy it.
If you liked hummus before you went keto, and you’re in need of a keto spread that goes fabulously with veggies, look no further than this keto hummus!
It can be produced with either peeled almonds or macadamia nuts, is the perfect consistency, and uses ingredients which are pretty darn easy to access, no matter where you are in the world.
Let’s get to eating!
- Place the macadamia nuts in a large bowl and cover with water. Cover the bowl and place in the fridge to soak for 24 hours.
- After 24 hours, drain and wash the macadamia nuts. Add the lemon juice, garlic, olive oil, tahini, cayenne, salt, and pepper and blend until smooth.
What is your favorite plant-based keto recipe? Are you loco for avocado chips? Crazy for overnight “oats”? Can not live a day without cauliflower fried rice? Snap a pic of your #plantbasedketo recipes Instagram and tag me – @healthfulpursuit. I enjoy seeing what you create!