Ketogenic Diet Friendly
This chocolate gelatin pudding recipe is keto or ketosis friendly. Recently I have been learning more about the ketogenic diet from my friend Kim Knoch and Freda Mooncotch. They have all found healing and weight loss with this approach when they had tried many other things. I wrote a long post about it here. I also wrote about it in more detail here and here.
I am not saying this approach is for everyone by any means but it can be a tool for adults who may have had metabolic damage such as obesity and/or who have been on yo-yo diets for years. It has been used to help cancer in adults and for seizures with kids with doctor supervision, of course.
It is important to monitor your lab tests and work with a holistic knowledgeable practitioner. Of course listening to your own body is key and giving it an honest try as ketosis takes several weeks to get into. There are some reports that it is hard on the adrenals and thyroid but I think that is on an individual basis and the jury is still out. Of course always ask your doctor before trying a new diet or nutritional program.
Keto Chocolate Gelatin Pudding
This Keto Chocolate Gelatin Pudding is perfect for ketosis because it is low in carbs, high in fat and low in protein. Protein has to be moderate to maintain ketosis. Each tablespoon of this grass fed gelatin had 6 grams of protein, but a little goes a long way. Of course you can just add honey or maple syrup if you just want a Paleo version that is not so low carb.
Grass Fed Gelatin
This keto chocolate gelatin pudding recipe is made with healthy gelatin that is very healing for the gut lining, skin, nails and hair. It helps detoxification and even reduces wrinkles and cellulite because it full of collagen. I like this one because it is from grass fed cows.
I have another version of this keto chocolate gelatin pudding here but this one is easier and a little more fluffy.
Keto Chocolate Gelatin Pudding
Want to learn more about Ketosis?
I also wrote a long post about it here. I also wrote about it in more detail here and here.
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Does this sound like you?
Have you heard about how good gelatin is for skin, hair and nails but don’t know how to use it?
Do you intend on getting bone broth in your diet but always forget to make it?
If you love Jello but don’t know how to use all natural grass fed gelatin?
Do you have kids at home that you are trying to transition from junk food to nourishing real food treats?
This is the the book for you!
- 30 egg free recipes
- Low carb variations and substitutions
- All natural ingredients
- Gluten and grain free
- Fun for kids
- Helpful tips for cooking with gelatin throughout the book
- Re-learn how to make “Jello” in tasty and healthy ways
- Low in sugar and no refined sweeteners
- Super food recipes that will help with aches and pains
These quick and easy treat will have your family singing your praises.
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Keto Chocolate Gelatin Pudding
This keto chocolate gelatin pudding is great for skin, wrinkles and cellulite because of collagen from grass fed gelatin and also perfect treat for paleo, gluten free ,dairy free and sugar free dieters.
- 1 cup coconut milk full fat, canned
- 2 tablespoon cacao powder
- or organic cocoa
- 1/2 tablespoon stevia powder extract
- 1 tablespoon quality grass fed gelatin
- 2 tablespoon water
Add the coconut milk, cocoa, and sweetener to a pan over medium heat and stir with a whisk.
Mix the gelatin and water in small bowl.
Add the gelatin to the pan and stir until dissolved.
When the coconut milk mixture is warm transfer into two small ramekins or pudding cups.
Place in the fridge for 30-45 minutes (or freezer for faster setting).
Serve and enjoy!
For paleo version: use 2 tablespoon honey or maple syrup in place of stevia.
Net carb: 5.3 g
Nutrition facts based on 2 servings.
Let me know when you make this Keto Chocolate Gelatin Pudding and how it turned out for you!
how long does the gelatin last you when you buy it? it is very expensive. can you use glucomannan powder for thickening the pudding? thanks
Caitlin Weeks says
Gelatin is a supplement so it is worth the money!
Loyd Ball says
What’s more Primal than a juicy, locally farmed, grass fed steak? How about four juicy, locally farmed, grass fed steaks! Mark’s 30-day health challenge starts today, and it’s time to win some prizes.