As COVID-19 suddenly shocked the world, many people who made resolutions at the start of 2020 to get healthy by choosing keto or a low-carb diet were worried. What about those fitness goals, the gym is closed, but simple strength training is totally doable, and you can go outside and get a walk-in for some fresh air? How can one possibly eat low carb when they are faced with stress, how do you control your comfort eating?
Man, my dad is always complaining about dinner. he gets bored easily and it seems like options are limited on keto. He is the resident cook of the house and he spoils us rotten. It's nice having a dad that can cook and he is like a short-order chef making all kinds of things for us. He is always looking for something to make that works with his low carb lifestyle. So I thought I'd share a recipe he makes that he really enjoys!
A challenge every day is finding something to eat for lunch or dinner. It can be mundane trying to come with something to eat, or just coming up with the desire to eat because of food burn out. This soup is a fun keto soup that is surprisingly easy to make and deliciously low carb. It has a healthy super green vegetable and it has enough in it to make you satiated. It can be made easily on the stovetop, the crockpot, or an instant pot. Try this soup out and make it a part of your keto rotation
INGREDIENTS: 1 jar (14 oz) pizza sauce, reduced to 1 cup (look for the organic variety they usually have less sugar or make your own with low sugar tomato sauce and the Italian spices that you like) 4 large boneless-skinless chicken breasts (at least 8 oz. each don’t have them too small or they will not hold the sauce or cook properly) 1 Tbsp olive oil Salt and pepper to taste 1...