Category: Recipe

Keto Friendly Spicy Saussage Stuffed Yellow Pepper with 2 Cheeses

Tonight I made something with what I had in my fridge that I thought would taste pretty good, and in the end it turned out to be really tasty and keto friendly.

Here’s how to make it;


  • Half a Pepper (Yellow, Red, Green, up to you)
  • 1/3rd pound of saussage (i chose spicy)
  • Side vegetable if desired (I used broccoli, cooking it like yesterday’s recipe)
  • A couple ounces of cream cheese
  • Salt, Pepper
  • Cheddar Cheese


1. First you’re going to want to cut your pepper in half, remove the stuff in the center and then coat the inside with cream cheese, and some fresh ground salt and pepper if you want. Then set this aside in your fridge.

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2. Now you’re going to want to add your saussage to the pan, and turn it on medium heat. Cook it until it is nice and done with the beginnings of a little crust to it. We added some habanero sauce here to make it a bit more spicy. At this point you should turn the oven on to 400 degrees.

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3. Once you’ve got it cooked, it’ll reduce quite a bit and have a great aroma and taste. Now is the time to get your previously prepared pepper and cream cheese bowl from the fridge.

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4. Now you want to stuff that saussage in the pepper and push it deep into all the areas pushing the cream cheese around to a thin coating. It should look someting like this when you’re finished.

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5. Now you can add some cheddar to top it all off if you want.

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6. Now you’re going to want to put it in your pre-heated oven at 400 degrees, and cook it for 10-15 minutes or until desired softness of the pepper. Pair with your favorite side, like broccoli or asperagus. Delicious!

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Bacon Wrapped Steak

Tonight I decided to make some bacon wrapped steak, here’s how I did it;

– Steak
– 4 Strips Bacon
– Salt, Pepper
– Butter
– Broccoli
– Your favorite cheese


1. First, assemble all your ingredients.

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2. Cover your steak on both sides with salt, and pepper. Get your bacon ready too!

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3. Now unwrap your cheese (I used pepperjack) and place in the center of your steak, and then wrap the bacon all the way around the steak and cheese. You’ll want to make it pretty tight so the cheese doesn’t melt out too much.

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4. Once your steak is all wrapped up with the salt, pepper, cheese and bacon let it sit for about 20 minutes so it warms up closer to room temperature and cooks better. Now you’re going to want to turn your oven on to about 450 degrees.

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5. During the time your steak is warming up, you can go ahead and cut some of the brocoli up and put it in a microwave safe recepticle, along with a tiny bit of water and a little chunk of butter. Cover with some saran wrap or similar. Place in the microwave and set the timer to 3 minutes at full power.

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6. Then you want to place the steak in the oven and cook for about 13-17 minutes depending on oven style, and desired level of blood in the steak. After this time you may want to turn the broiler on for a couple minutes to crispify the bacon up. Once everything is done, it should look something like this and taste friggin delicious.
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How to make some delicious Fettuccine Alfredo.

Here’s another recipe that I love making for fettuccine. Everyone that’s tried it has loved it and said it’s some of the better pasta they’ve tried.


  • 1 Package fettuccine noodles
  • 1 Cup Heavy Cream
  • 1.5 Cup shredded fresh parmesan cheese.
  • 1 TBSP fresh parsley flakes
  • 1 TBSP freshly ground black pepper
  • Pinch of white pepper
  • 1 Egg Yolk
  • Water to boil
  • Salt
  • Olive Oil


  • 4

Prep Time

  • 10 Minutes
  • 7 Minutes to cook pasta
Optional Sides
  • Asparagus cooked in garlic butter
  • Garlic Bread
  • Broiled Garlic Shrimp


  1. Fill pot with salted water and put a little olive oil in then set to boil
  2. In mixing bowl combine parmesan cheese, black pepper, white pepper and heavy cream and stir.
  3. Separate egg yolk from egg white and discard egg white.
  4. Put egg yolk into your sauce mixture but don’t break the yolk yet.
  5. Set aside your sauce mixture on the counter so the flavours meld for the next few minutes
  6. Your water should be boiling at this point
  7. Put pasta in water and boil vigorously for 7 minutes
  8. Remove pasta from heat, drain well and put back into the pot you cooked it in.
  9. Put pot back on warm stove and add in your sauce mixture.
  10. Stir well to get that cheese mixed in everywhere.
  11. Once fully combined, toss in parsley (dried flakes will also work in a pinch)
  12. Mix a little bit more
  13. Serve