Yes, even if you are on a strictly low sugar/carbs Keto diet, you can still have your dessert and eat it too. Pavlova always get people estactic with its grand appearance topped with an array of colourful fresh fruit. Yes its a light fruity dessert to serve, always reminding me of a summer BBQ where both kids and adults gather around for a slice of this famous Aussie dessert. This version, although keto in nature, still screams the same eat me and savor me number but a lot sexier on the waistline 🙂
Aligning with my philosophy to use Asian ingredients, we researched a couple of low carbs tropical fruit and voila – at 100g serving size, Dragonfruit has only 11g carbs count and Stairfruit at 7g. In comparison, banana has 23g. So its a cheap but delicious fruit alternative versus the imported standard strawberries and blackberries. Try making it today and would love your feedback too.
“The idea of the ketone diet is to get your body into a process called Ketosis where you stop burning carbohydrates as fuel and instead turn to the burning of what are known as ketones. This will occur when you bring your carbohydrate levels to around 50 grams per day or lower.”