Homemade Italian Sausage

The longer I follow the Ketogenic way of eating, the more conscious I am about what I'm putting in my body.

And the more I learn about the food industry, and see recall after recall, the more I'm convinced that making as many recipes from scratch as I can is best.

My mom is Italian, so it goes without saying that I grew up with a lot of spices and flavors in my food.


Keto Shopping List - Free Download

A lot of people in my Keto Coaching Group have asked for a shopping list.

I used to have a page here on my blog with a printable version to download, but I thought having a nice pretty printable would be helpful to everyone!!

LCHF/Ketogenic eating includes a wide spectrum of plans and opinions. It is very easy to make it complicated.

I always say that the Ketogenic way of eating is as simple or complicated as you make it.

I will preface this shopping list by saying that I don't obsess over organic, non-GMO, and free-range/antibiotic free. Mainly because we don't have as many issues with that here where I live than in the States.

If I lived in the States, I'd likely pay greater attention to these things.

I would recommend trying to buy locally as much as you can: locally grown eggs, meat, and farm-fresh vegetables.

However, if this makes it extra complicated for you or if these are above your current budget, do what you can.

 If shopping for these things makes it too complicated for you, it will just make it that much easier for you to give up after a short time.

One more thing, In some of my recipes I included Stevia.

I have completely stopped using even sugar substitutes because I found they were stalling my progress. In my shopping list I include no sweeteners at all.

The only thing I have found that slightly sweetens my meals is the coconut flakes.

Here are some things included on the Keto Shopping list. To get the fully list in a printable form, simply put your email in below and you'll be directed to a page with all of the printables from A Keto Coaching.

Keto Shopping List

Fruit and Veg

No fruit. Fruit has a lot of sugar and carbohydrates. Any vitamins and fiber you would receive from fruit you will get in your vegetables

Lemon (this is the only fruit I recommend. The benefits of lemon are endless, it has very little sugar and is great at detoxifying the body)
Lettuce (I avoid iceberg lettuce as it has literally no nutritional value)
Bell peppers (use sparingly - if you are unsure if you can tolerate nightshades, I'd avoid them all together at first and slowly reintroduce them after a few months and track your body's reactions)
Avocados (Keep as many of these on hand as possible. They are high in healthy fats and have tremendous health benefits)
Radishes (These are a great substitute for potatoes. They are low in carbs, high in health benefits, can be boiled, roasted, eaten raw.....)
Broccoli & Cauliflower (Same as radishes)


Chicken (Go for the leg, thigh and wing. The breast has less fat and more protein, and is thus counterproductive to the Ketogenic WOE. Get the whole fryer and make bone broth with the carcass. Bone broth is has immense health benefits and helps to heal the gut)
Canned Tuna (Make sure its packed in olive oil or brine)


Cheese (various kinds - even blue cheese, which is great for making your own dressing)
Cream cheese
Heavy Whipping Cream (no sugar added)
Sour cream
Acidophilis yogurt (unflavored - this is high in essential probiotics)

Fats and oils

Lard (the benefits of animal fat are endless. Just make sure that it is pure lard and doesn't have shortening added)
Mayonnaise (Check ingredients!)

Nuts and seeds

Chia seeds (these are high in Omega-3 fatty acids!!)
Freshly ground flax seed (these are high in Omega-3 fatty acids!! The body digests them easier when they are ground, make sure they are freshly ground or buy whole flax seeds and grind them in a grinder)


Sauerkraut (sauerkraut is high in vitamin C and essential probiotics. The benefits of sauerkraut are countless!)
Himalayan salt (this is packed with amazing minerals needed to keep your electrolytes balanced. I regularly just dip my finger in and put it under my tongue. New research shows that salt doesn't harm your body, in fact just the opposite! Lack of sodium is not good for our bodies!)
Herbs and seasonings (check ingredients to make sure that there are no added flavorings and chemicals)

5 Easy Tips to Lose Weight and Keep it Off

One of the biggest struggles in weight loss is keeping it off. Especially for women.

It is hard enough to lose weight, but research shows that most people who lose a significant amount of weight tend to put it back on within a matter of a few years.

Some put on even more than they lost - and in the end are more overweight than when they began.

That was certainly the case for me.

When I hit my highest weight, I was already well into a cycle of weight loss and weight regain. I'd lost and gained....and with every gain I gained even more than before.

But that changed a few years ago!

One question I am frequently asked by people is how I have managed to lose 40 pounds and keep it off.

Having resolved some of the inner stuff that was keeping me bound to comfort eating, I began to systematically employ new disciplines in my life.

I am a firm believer that if you try to lose weight too quickly, or use methods that cannot become lifestyle habits, you will not be successful in the long run.

Here are 5 easy tips I've found to lose weight and keep it off!

These are part of my everyday lifestyle now!

1. Reduce stress

I know this is probably not in very many diet programs, but stress affects the body in so many ways.

In December, we will take a deep dive into stress, how it affects our body, and ways we can begin reducing our stress load.

One way it affects the body is by weight gain.

Not only does stress often affect the way we approach food:

  • Comfort eating
  • Eating too quickly
  • Eating too much
  • Craving foods that cause us to gain weight
...it also affects the way our bodies metabolize food.

Check out this book that helped me to reduce my stress and adrenaline output:

This was not an easy thing for me to do because my stress was two-fold:

  • I am a perfectionist and expect far more of myself than what was reasonable and 
  • I have a habit of over-committing myself and was forced to excuse myself from most of those commitments.

Once I began to reduce my stress, I was able to finally breathe again....and focus on getting healthy!

2. Vitamins and supplements

Sadly, our modern diet lacks the vital nutrients we need to keep our bodies running healthily.

Furthermore, what the FDA recommends for a proper daily dose of vitamins is often barely enough to keep our bodies running at its bare minimum.

Even when we eat fruits and veggies, we are not getting nearly enough nutrients to supply our bodies with what they needs, so good quality supplements are needed on a daily basis to give our bodies good solid support.

I take:
  • Vitamin C as ascorbic acid, 
  • A multi-vitamin, 
  • B-complex
  • Vitamin D in the fall and winter
I am also working on getting more "offal" or organ meat in my diet to reduce the number of vitamins I'm taking.

If you don't eat organ meats, I recommend you listen to the podcast by Keto Talk, in which Dr. Will Cole gives a run down of organ meat and the vitamins and minerals each organ contains.

It is fascinating!

You should determine what your body's needs are and create your own vitamin regimen.

Often times a multi-vitamin isn't enough and with many vitamins, our bodies will simply eliminate the excess when we've taken too much.

Do your research before taking extra vitamins.

3. Clean, whole-food, low-carbohydrate eating

For most of us, our diet consists largely of grains and unhealthy carbohydrates (as opposed to healthy carbs founds in vegetables).

Is it any wonder that we are a society that is run-down, sick, fatigued, and on far too much medication?

Benjamin Franklin wisely and famously said, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure".

Many modern diseases, such as

  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure, and 
  • Cancer 
could be prevented in many cases by maintaining a healthy diet.

To lose weight and keep it off, it is necessary to completely eliminate processed, packaged, sugar-laden foods with whole foods that are farm-fresh, organic, and grain-free.

Choose healthy fats over processed oils.

  • Ditch supposedly "healthy" margarine 
  • Ditch seed and vegetable oils and shortening
  • Replace with butter, lard, avocados, olive oil, and coconut oil. 
Eat probiotic-rich food on a regular basis: yogurt (not flavored), kefir, sauerkraut, kimchee, and other fermented foods.

Also, avoid packaged "diet" foods. Even packaged diet products that say "keto" on them.

99% of the time, these are heavily processed foods with chemicals and artificial ingredients. Your body was created to digest foods that God created - not man-made chemically-laden, and heavily processed ingredients.

4. Exercise

I know, I know....this is the one where we all groan.

Me too.

But a sedentary lifestyle is very hard on your heart!

What initially  helped me to up my physical activity was a Fitbit. The competition available with the Fitbit spurred me to action!

From there, I moved on to HIIT (High Impact Interval Training).

It is not necessary at all to exercise longer than 20 minutes a few times a week. Any more than that and you can potentially raise cortisol levels and increase stress in your body...and we're back at #1.

HIIT is great because it revvs your metabolism and burns more calories longer and helps to use up those glycogen stores.

I have been doing Metabolic Prime for my HIIT program.

I love it because the creator built the program on a balance of "give" and "rest". He doesn't require you to give like a beast from start to finish, but rather encourages rest as a part of his program.

5. Sleep

As much as our bodies need activity, it also needs good rest.

By resting our bodies we rejuvenate our organs and empower them to work better at keeping our bodies a well-oiled machine.

Also, our brain works better and our reaction times are much sharper.

Studies prove that a sleep-deprived driver has slower reactions than a drunk driver, thereby making him a more dangerous driver.

Also, sleep deprivation prevents our body from detoxing fully, as God intended and created our bodies to do while sleeping.

Sleep deprivation is a chronic problem in our society.

Our over-taxed schedules demand that we sleep less and work more. Sleep is considered a waste of time and those who promote 8-9 hours of sleep plus an afternoon cat nap are considered spoiled and lazy.

In reality they are smart and effective, because a well-rested body makes for a more effective worker!

Not only that, a rested body has a higher metabolism because it is operating at its optimum, and a higher metabolism burns calories faster.

What is your normal wake-up time?

Count back no less than 8 hours and you now have your bed time. 

Also, set aside time during the day to lay down. You don't have to sleep, but close your eyes and rest....without a book or device....or the TV blaring. 

Turn on some soft, restful music to help your body relax and give yourself at least 15 minutes to let your body unwind.

I am admittedly better at some of these than others.

But before my weight loss I was only an advocate for one or two of them. When I realized that all 5 needed to be present for me to recover from Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome, I also realized that all 5 were needed for weight loss.

This is the only body we have. Let's be good stewards of what God has given us....of all 3 parts! Body, soul and spirit!

How to Make Bone Broth

A few months back I made my first batch of homemade chicken stock. I felt so proud and upon the first taste (made into a soup, of course) I could just feel myself getting healthier. 

And then one time when some bones went to waste, I was devastated. 

I love to use this stuff in all the soups I make, brown rice, lentils, etc. If you don't already know, homemade chicken broth is one of the best things you can put in your tummy.

Here are a few benefits:

  1. Promotes healing: successful in treating gastro-intestinal disorders, including hyper-acidity, colitis, Crohn’s disease, and infant diarrhea.
  2. Digestive aid: Aids in the digestibility of grains, beans, legumes, vegetables and meats
  3. Macro minerals: Contains highly absorbable forms of the calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, sulfur and fluoride as well as trace minerals.
  4. Gelatin and Collagen: rich in both; promoting bone and joint healing in addition to supporting digestion.
  5. Protein: adds easily digestible protein to your diet.
  6. Amino acids: Glycine, proline, hydroxyproline, and lysine are formed, which is important to detoxification and amino acid production in the body.
  7. Joint support: Glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, and hyaluronic acid are produced and present for additional muscle and joint support.
  8. Immune system: Promotes the assimilation of vitamins and minerals and thus supports the immune system.
  9. Delicious and nutritious: use as soup, cooking liquid, sauce or as a tea.
  10. Synergy: Finally by initially healing the GI tract, broth creates an environment for all of the nutrients being taken in, whether by food or supplementation, to increase their bio-availability to your body.
-From Lance Roll, CEC, HLC1,  The Flavor Chef

"So why can't I just go pay $2.50 at the grocery store for it?" you ask.

Well, unfortunately it's just not the same. 

Most store-bought stock-in-a-box is full of MSG, "natural flavors" and other undesirable ingredients, and void of the nutritious gelatin you get from making it yourself.

"Wait, there's jello in your chicken soup?"

Not exactly. Gelatin (as you'll see in the last photo down below) is probably the best part when it comes to homemade stock, and comes from the bones.

"Gelatin was found to be useful in the treatment of a long list of diseases including peptic ulcers, tuberculosis, diabetes, muscle diseases, infectious diseases, jaundice and cancer. Babies had fewer digestive problems when gelatin was added to their milk. The American researcher Francis Pottenger pointed out that as gelatin is a hydrophilic colloid, which means that it attracts and holds liquids, it facilitates digestion by attracting digestive juices to food in the gut.

The gelatin in homemade bone broth helps the lining of the intestine. Many of us today have leaky gut, diverticulitis, Crohn’s and other intestinal problems. By helping to strengthen the gut walls, this also supports immunity. It also strengthens digestion which helps you absorb more nutrients.Gelatin also helps people digest milk and dairy products.”
-From Sally Fallon, "Broth is Beautiful" 

"Ok, so how is this done?" Well, take a little walk with me to my kitchen...

I usually just use a whole chicken which I cook in the crock pot.

We eat whatever we want off of it, put the bones on a plate, and when we're done with dinner I pull the rest of the meat off the other bones and use it the same week for another meal or two.

There's usually already a lot of natural juices that came out of the chicken during cooking, which I use in making the stock as well. So, I've got my bones all separated from the meat.

They're in separate bowls because after pulling all the meat and bones out, I poured what was left in the crock pot in another bowl.

Ok, so next you want to place a steamer basket into the crock pot you used to cook the chicken in the first place.

No need to clean the pot first, it's all the same stuff you just cooked and you don't want any of it to go to waste!

Then you just put all your bones back in there.

You can do this without a basket but it's just easier with it, because then you don't have to separate everything from the liquid with a spoon when it's done.

After the first time doing this the hard way, I went out and bought one. It's totally worth the $7 or whatever.

Next you want to add some carrots, onion and celery (if you have them, otherwise don't worry about it... it'll still be chicken broth).

And a bay leaf.
Now top it all off with the chicken juices and enough water to fill up the pot. If you're using a huge stock pot instead, just put as much as will cover the bones and veggies. Then add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar.

You'll probably notice that I put the vinegar in before the water (just this last time on accident) but it's probably best to do it after the water so that it mixes in better. Oh well. Ok, so put the lid on and let it sit for an hour.

Set your timer for 12-24 hours (I usually do 18 and it's done the next afternoon) and turn your crock pot to low.

When it's all done, just pull the steamer basket out and do whatever you want with the bones and veggies. Feed them to your dog, throw them away... I usually go with that last one.

If you want to really get a kick out of this, take one of the bones between your fingers and crush it.


All the good stuff that was in there before is now in your stock. So much yummier than a calcium pill.

Alright so now you have this pot full of chicken stock. You can use it right away to make soup, or you can store it in jars.

See how greasy it looks?

That's the kind of fat that's good for you.

And probably what turns into gelatin later. I'm not an expert, can you tell? I just know grandma knew what she was talking about when she told you to down some chicken soup when you were sick.

I end up with 8 cups on average, ranging anywhere between 6 and 10. You'll probably want to wait a little while to let it cool off so you don't burn yourself pouring it all in and handling the hot jars.

Don't put them in the freezer right away, even if you know you won't be using it this week.

Let it cool in the fridge first so the jars don't burst. I used a quart the next day for dinner then put the rest in the freezer.

It thaws pretty easy in a sink full of hot water.

Alright so the next day, you can look at your jars and see how the gelatin has formed and risen to the top: YAY!

So when you go to use this stuff, don't throw out the gelatin! It's like pure medicine right there in your dinner.

Ok, so try it out and let me know what you think!

Here's a 3-part video tutorial as well:

Joanna has been blogging for about 3 years and likes to write about everything from food, her hubby and kids, diy projects, and anything else that pops into her head. 

When Joanna was a kid, she wanted to be a nurse, a teacher, a beautician, a model, and a waitress. 

Now that she is a stay at home mommy to Julia and Josiah, she gets to do all of that and more! She loves to travel and write and cook and read mommy blogs and sing and dance and crochet and enjoys spending time with her girlfriends! 

Joanna started down the crunchy path in 2010 and has been taking steps to keep her family healthy ever since. She and her husband Riley make their home in Texas where they both grew up and met a whopping 13 months before tying the knot! 

You can read more about their adventures at JoMommaLee.

Keto Meal Plan #1

In the years I've worked toward adrenal fatigue recovery and following a Ketogenic way of eating, I've learned that without a plan I'm as good as doomed.

I am all or nothing.

I don't do well "flying by the seat of my pants".

I can turn the Titanic and build Rome all in a day, so long as I have a plan. A list. Give me 5 steps and 3 ways....it will happen.

This is why I've learned that the only way I stay successfully on plan is to have a meal plan. A menu.

Also, I've found that it helps me to do meal prep ahead of time. I often have lots of extra taco meat and even meals prepped and in serving sizes in the freezer.

Keto Meal Plan #1

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Signing up also gives you access to future printable resources from A Little Keto Coaching.


Breakfast: Quick and Easy Keto Biscuits and Gravyfat bomb tea or Bullet Proof Coffee

Lunch: Keto Tuna Salad


Breakfast: 3-egg omelette, 1 Keto Maple Breakfast Sausage Patty,  fat bomb tea or Bullet Proof Coffee

Lunch: Keto Tacos (use lettuce leaves as shells)


Breakfast: Egg McMuffin (on cloud bread with a Keto Maple Breakfast Sausage Patty),  fat bomb tea or Bullet Proof Coffee

Lunch: Zetoghetti (bolognese on a bed of zucchini noodles)


Breakfast: Sausage egg scramble, fat bomb tea or Bullet Proof Coffee

Lunch: Keto Pizza


Breakfast: Grain-Free {Fake} Nutty Oatmealfat bomb tea or Bullet Proof Coffee

Lunch: Ketoburger, Green Salad (Hamburger with a lettuce bun)


Breakfast: Taco Omlette, fat bomb tea or Bullet Proof Coffee

Lunch: BLT Salad with homemade ranch dressing (recipe coming soon)


Breakfast: fat bomb tea or Bullet Proof Coffee

Lunch: Keto Creamy Bacon Chicken Over {Fake} Pasta, Green Salad

Get this Keto meal plan in a printable form, plus a blank Keto meal plan you can fill out for yourself!

Just type in your email below and you'll be sent to a page where you can download these printable meal plans, and future free printables from A Little Keto Coaching!

Quick and Easy Keto Biscuits and Gravy

One of my very favorite breakfast meals on planet earth is biscuits and gravy.

Seriously though, every year for my birthday my mom would ask me what I wanted for my birthday breakfast and I'd most often say "biscuits and gravy".

After having been in Croatia for a few years, I went back to the States to visit and when my mom asked, "What do you want for breakfast?"

I'll be you can't guess the answer.

Okay - you guessed.

Biscuits and gravy.

But here's the thing: a few years ago, biscuits just didn't taste the same.

Actually, I don't think it was the taste as much as I knew what they'd do to my body.

Clump all up in the pit of my stomach and sit there like Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, OR.

Imagine my joy when I discovered that I could make a keto version of biscuits and gravy that didn't require a lot of work...

because, let's face it, if it's complicated, requires a lot of steps, and dirties up too many dishes, I ain't makin' it. 

Also, the biscuits do not turn into giant rocks and sit in the pit of my stomach.


Keto Creamy Bacon Chicken Over {Fake} Pasta

I wont even lie.

I love me a good pasta dish.

I may have been known to stand at the stove "trying" a pasta dish.....a few times. Then a few times more....

I have a touch of Italian blood....so it stands to reason that this girl loves her pasta.

But pasta doesn't love me. Really, it doesn't love anyone - if we're honest. Pasta has 0 nutritional value and does bad, bad things to our blood glucose levels.

The good news is - there is an alternative that is healthy and delicious!

And I am excited to share with you one of my favorite fake pasta dihes!

Homemade Keto Maple Breakfast Sausage

For the longest time, after moving to Croatia, I craved maple-flavored breakfast sausage.

I've tried many different kinds. Some were okay, others were just not the same at all. And then I stumbled on "the one".

Problem is, it was definitely not keto-friendly.

But, an adjustment here, a change there....and ouala - I now have perfected the recipe and I always have breakfast sausage patties on hand.

Stay tuned for my favorite keto biscuits and gravy recipe!!

Christian Meditation for Adrenal Fatigue

It's been 10 years ago now since I was told I had adrenal fatigue.

Looking back, my journey to recovery looks a lot like the Cascades that served as the gorgeous backdrop of my childhood:

  • A lot of peaks and valleys 
  • A lot of highs and lows
  • A lot of progress and regress
I've spent countless hours researching adrenal fatigue recovery, and one thing most doctors (those who recognize adrenal fatigue) recommend for their patients is meditation.

Meditation has become an accepted form of stress relief and healing in our society today, even among Christian doctors.

However, as Christians our first question should be "What does the Bible say?"

Because while science recognizes meditation as a viable tool for healing, we don't bow the knee to science, we bow our knee to God's Word.

Every time.

Actually, the Bible does talk about meditation.

No-Grain {Fake} Nutty Oatmeal {with variations)

There is something so fall-ish about a warm bowl of oatmeal. Especially when it's got some yummy flavors and spices.

I wont lie, this was one thing I kind of struggled with when I decided to go Keto.

That is, until I found out about "noatmeal".

Keto Tuna Salad

I eat a lot of salads.

By "a lot", I mean that I eat giant salads nearly every single day.

In fact, I've found it is the easiest and most delicious meal modification I've found. Nearly every meat dish I make for my kids gets turned into a salad.

Just take the meat, chop it up, and throw it on a bed of lettuce.

Add some chopped vegetables, don't forget the avocado, make a dressing.....and bam!

You have a delicious meal.

One of my favorite meals is this Tuna Salad.

Keto Tuna Salad

There are several variations I've added below that you can make to keep it fun and delicious, too.

10 Powerful Verses to Renew Your Mind About Food

Do you struggle with your relationship to food?

For many, the battle with weight-loss is more internal. It is more spiritual than it is physical; because we fail to turn to our true source of comfort - Jesus Christ - and make food our comfort instead.

So, for those who find themselves battling food more in the mind; who find themselves craving food more than God, there needs to be a renewing of the mind.

"And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God." Romans 12:2

Renewing the mind isn't some complicated thing that only seasoned Christians understand. It is quite simple...and yet it requires discipline and determination.

Do You Drink Enough Water On Keto?

I am not a doctor, none of the information on any of these pages pertaining to the Ketogenic Diet/Way of Eating should be considered medical advice and should not replace the care of your personal physician I am simply eager to share the information I have learned while on my own journey to health. Before you embark on this journey, please consult with your physician.

We've always been told: eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day.

The first question is: Do you even know how much water you drink each day?


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