• Homade Keto Puto

    Now you can enjoy “Puto” Filipino  tradition cake while on a low carb diet


    1/2 cup coconut flour

    1/2 tbsp baking powder

    1 tbsp cream cheese

    4 eggs

    2-3 sticks of equal gold

    4 tbsp almond milk

    2 sliced Salted egg for toppings

    Sliced Chesse for toppings

    1 tbsp Butter


    Mix coconut flour, equal gold, and baking powder then set aside

    Mix almond milk, butter and cream cheese

    Whisk wet ingredients to dry ingredients

    Pre heat steamer

    Pour mixture to molds and arrange into steamer

    Steam for 10 minutes then add toppings salted egg and cheese then steam for another 5 minutes

    Take the steamed cheese puto out of the steamer. Let it cool down.

    Gently remove the puto from the mold with the help of a spatula.

    Arrange in serving plate. Serve.

    Share and enjoy

  • No bake low carb Blueberry Cheesecake

    This is by far the most delectable basic low carb cheesecake recipe I’ve ever tasted. To me it’s the texture that really sets it apart lighter, not so dense. So simple to make that you think it will be bland but the flavor is perfect.


    For the crust

    2 oz Butter (melted)

    1 and 1/2 Cup of Almond Flour

    1 Tsp Cinnamon powder

    2 Sticks of Equal Gold

    For the filling

    227g Cream Cheese

    1 Tsp parmesan cheese

    1/2 Cup All purpose cream

    1 Packet of gelatin i use knox

    1 Tsp Vanilla extract

    1 Tsp Virgin coconut oil

    1 Tsp MCT oil

    4-5 sticks of Equal Gold

    Blueberry in can


    For the crust

    Combine in a round pan almond flour, sugarfree, cinnamon and melted butter

    Use fork to blend everything together

    Use spatula to press firmly into round container

    (put crust in refrigerator for atleast an hour so it can harden before adding the filling)

    For the filling

    Dissolve gelatin in 1 cup boiling water until powder have completely dissolved.

    I use immersion blender to beat creamcheese, sugarfree, vanila extract, parmesan cheese, mct oil, vco and all purpose cream

    Pour in only half of the gelatine mixture into beaten cream

    The mixture will thicken up as it cools in the refrigerator. So, I put the bowl in the refrigerator for about 30-45 minutes, stirring every 10-15 minutes.

    Take the bowl of the filling mixture out of the refrigerator when it has thickened enough to a spreadable consistency.

    Take a rubber spatula to evenly spread the filling into the prepared crust.

    Chill for the next 2-3 hours

    Add blueberry for toppings

    Serve and enjoy.

  • Low Carb Sopas

    This dish is rich, flavorful, and simply delicious.

    This version of low carb recipe is perfect during cold weather.

    When air gets chilly, one of the first things you want to do is curl up on the couch with a bowl of warm sopas.


    All purpose cream

    1 Tbsp of Butter

    2 Medium Eggs

    Onion and Garlic

    (1) Chicken Broth Cubes

    1/2 Cabbage

    Soup Pack Chicken

    1/4 kg Chicken Liver

    226g Tofu Shiritaki

    Salt and Pepper to taste


    Chop onion and garlic

    Wash Shiritaki Macaroni in running water for 5 minutes. Set aside.

    Boil 5-8 cups water in a medium pot. Add the chicken breasts and chicken liver. Cover and cook in medium heat for 15 to 18 minutes. You may add more water if needed.

    Separate the chicken and chicken liver from the water. Let the chicken cool down and then shred. Set both shredded chicken and water aside.

    Heat oil in a large soup pot. Sauté the garlic until it turns medium brown, add onion.

    Continue to sauté for 1-2 minutes.

    Add the shredded chicken. Stir and cook for 1 minute, add chicken liver and cabbage. Quickly stir and then pour the water used to boil the chicken, add Shiritaki Macaroni.

    Add all purpose cream and Knorr Chicken Cube. Stir well. Cover and cook for 10 minutes.

    Note: you can add more water if needed.

    Add salt and ground black pepper to taste.

    You can also add boiled egg

    Transfer to a serving bowl.

    Serve, share and enjoy!

  • Fun times


    We had a lot of fun things we planned to do over the summer. We are now reaching the last leg of the season and yet has to accomplish the list.  So far, swimming was the regular activity we had for my son since he’s enrolled in “perpetual” lessons. The routine was interrupted for 2 weeks now because of recurring ear infections he had but thankfully we got some ear drops from the pediatrician which help it clear up.

    Here are some of our summer favorites:

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    We had a blast at my son’s birthday at Airtime trampoline. The party was hassle-free. The host we had made sure that the party run smoothly from start to finish. It was worth every penny.  We also had a great time at our friend’s bowling party.

    My son enjoyed the free robotics class from Microsoft. They have a variety of summer camps that sparks the youth’s imagination from Minecraft games to powerpoint. There is so much to learn.

    We didn’t have as much outdoor activities this year like we planned to do. It still not to late for bike rides and strolls at the park. We are extremely grateful that we get to spend quality time with family and friends during the warm months.

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