Low Carb Low Sugar Keto Pudding
I’ll explain further in another post of why I am transitioning temporarily to a low carb, low sugar, no dairy, no gluten diet. This is a cleansing protocol for an elimination diet to rid my body of candida (a common yeast found in the intestines) that is caused by a disrupted gut.
To make this brief, I’m making so many different types of low carb, low sugar snack and meals to rid my body of this yeast that feeds off of sugar and carbs. While this isn’t easy being vegetarian/flexitarian AND dairy i’m going to blog about everything that I’m making for myself so anyone who ever has to do this will have options!
I find it very hard to eat these days. Nuts, vegetables are my staples. When fruit and beans were very much a part of my diet, I have to keep them at minimum as they are higher in carbs. So, I’m being creative to bring the most foods into my diet as possible to get all of the nutrients.
For this chia pudding I love it as a snack OR as a great on-the-go breakfast. Technically I’m not supposed to have blueberries right now either but I’m keeping it at a minimum. So this isn’t 100% no carb, its very low carb. I hope it helps!
As a version of overnight oats, my favorite, I’ve made this as an overnight pudding. So it needs to be prepared the night before or it may not turn out so great!
2 scoops Vanilla Plant Based Protein (zero sugar, minimal carbs)
2 cups flax milk
2 tbsp chia seeds
2 tbsp unsweetened coconut flakes
2 tbsp almond or peanut butter
1 handful blueberries
Mix ingredients together and store in refrigerator overnight. Top with blueberries. Makes 4 servings.
I hope you enjoy! If you try this recipe I’d love to hear from you! You can TAG me on Instagram @AngieReneeFitLife ! I’d love to hear your feedback!