The Best Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Craving for pizza but hate the carbs? Good news! You can finally enjoy pizza with a healthy but delicious crust made out of cauliflower!


Cauliflower is an excellent low-carb and low-calorie alternative to pizza dough. It has a mild flavor, as well as texture and appearance similar to that of dough, with only a fraction of the calories and carbs. This makes it a popular alternative for people on low-carb diets like keto.


You might think that making a keto pizza crust from scratch would be a hassle but it’s actually super simple to make too. You’ll only need a few ingredients too!



  • 1-kilo cauliflower florets
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 1/3 cup soft goat cheese or cheddar cheese
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano and rosemary
  • pinch of salt and pepper



  • Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
  • Steam the cauliflower until soft
  • Put the cauliflower in a blender and blend until it has a rice-like texture
  • Transfer the “rice” to a clean, thin...
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Fluffy Keto Pancakes

When it comes to pancakes, the fluffier, the better! But if you’re on a Keto diet, is there still a chance for you to enjoy this breakfast favorite? The answer is a resounding YES!


With this low carb keto pancake recipe, you can create a delectable and guilt-free breakfast that you and your family can enjoy. The best part? You only need 6 ingredients! These keto low carb pancakes with almonds are so easy, fluffy, and delicious.


In my new video, I did my favorite low carb keto pancakes recipe:



Just because you're on the Keto diet doesn't mean you're going to have to sacrifice the joys of having breakfast pancakes. This recipe is super simple and your appetite will surely be satisfied. It's a good old-fashioned pancake sans the carbs, sugar, and grains. You guys would love it!




  • 1/4 cup of milk
  • 3 eggs
  • a little bit of stevia
  • a pinch of salt
  • 1 cup ground almonds
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder




  1. In a medium...
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Cauliflower Casserole Dish


It is so dark and cold here in Berlin lately, that I am always wearing warm socks and comfy sweaters and want to stay home. Normally I always want to be outside, but these days it is so cold, rainy and dark. I don’t like it. I am more of a summer person. What is really not good to be, when you are living in cold Germany where the winter time seems to be soooooo long and the summer way too short.


I really needed a comforting casserole dish, which pushes all the buttons. It is creamy, rich and topped with a cheese crust. Cauliflower, pumpkin and sage make a great combination and makes this casserole to a family favorite. In that form my kids actually eat their veggies (hence cauliflower). This dish is keto.


Let’s show you how I did this cauliflower-pumpkin casserole dish:



2 cups pumpkin puree (I steamed one pumpkin and mixed it into a puree- the rest you can store in the fridge and make my pumpkin bread with it)

1 large cauliflower...

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Super delicious Keto Energy Balls


When you are on the ketogenic diet you are normally not hungry between the meals. I have my bulletproof coffee in the morning then lunch and dinner. That’s it- no snacks in between. But sometimes I am on the go the whole day and can’t have lunch. That’s when I opt for a energy ball instead of a bagel or a donut. I don’t say that it’s better to quit lunch for an energy ball or two, but for me it saves me from not grabbing something carb heavy from the next bakery.

You can do the energy balls in lots of different versions- just be creative. Mine is with gingerbread spice and cinnamon. I discovered my love for the gingerbread spice during last Christmas days and now I put it in lots of my desserts and baked goods. Tap the link in my bio for the recipe. 



2 cups hazelnut meal (almond meal is fine too)
1 cup shredded coconut
1 cup coconut oil
1 tsp gingerbread spice
1 tsp cinnamon
½ cup xylitol

How to:
Mix all ingredients in the...

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Keto Pancakes

Am Wochenende esse ich am Liebsten Pancakes. Auch das ist glücklicherweise mit der ketogenen Ernährung möglich. Ich mache 3-4 mal die Woche intermittierendes Fasten, lasse daher das Frühstück ausfallen und esse erst gegen 13h. Doch dieses Wochenende haben mein Sohn und ich diese leckeren Pancakes aus Haselnuss- und Kokosmehl gebacken. Sie gehen schnell und einfach und sind das perfekte Sonntagsessen.  Das schöne an der ketogenen Ernährung ist, dass man nicht hungern muss und das Essen genießen kann. Dadurch dass der Körper ab einem gewissen Zeitpunkt anfängt auch von den eigenen Fettzellen zu ernähren, hat man kaum noch Heißhunger. Das ist ein herrliches Gefühl!



  • 1 Tasse Kokos- oder Mandelmilch
  • 5 TL Kokosöl (geschmolzen)
  • 4 Eier
  • 1 EL Xylit
  • 1/2 Tasse Kokosmehl
  • 1/2 Tasse Haselnussmehl
  • 1 EL Johannisbrotkernmehl
  • etwas Salz
  • 1 TL Backpulver



Vermische getrennt voneinander...

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