🌷 Keto Weekend Chats…


We’ve been having some GREAT discussions about low carb ice cream options, creative ideas for using Brie in your low carb meals, and lots of keto meal ideas.

I embedded those for you here, or if you’re not on Facebook you can find these on my Instagram page instead…

How I make my cheesy eggs. 🍳 ❤

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I hope you’re having a great week so far! 🌷

How are things going with you, and with your weight loss goals?

Leave a comment and let’s catch up a bit!

And as always… be sure to let me know if you have any questions about the meals & ideas above, or the low carb / keto lifestyle in general. 😉

Lynn Terry,
aka @LowCarbTraveler


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I love making the low carb diet EASY for people with a busy lifestyle (like me!) with my KISS / Keep It Simple method. :) About Lynn Terry: Host of the Low Carb Challenge
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9 Responses to 🌷 Keto Weekend Chats…

  1. Bonnie Whitworth says:

    I was able to hug two of my kids on mothers day, my son stayed for bar-b-que on our deck and felt like a normal mothers day, however usually all the adult grandchildren are here and so are spouses and boyfriends, far cry from normal. we live on a small lake the weather was perfect, but COVID 19 lurked in the background and we were all reminded that we as Americans have allowed this to continue…..Fear has taken over our life and families……so I say it is time to step out and live our lives…..

    • Lynn Terry says:

      It sounds like you have a big beautiful happy family. 🙂 The visual of that made me smile!!

      The numbers are rising exponentially in my area, a very small rural farmtown. I have been home since March 12th, and very cautious prior. I feel very fortunate that I already worked from home, and am able to continue staying home – to see how things play out here.

      I think it’s tough to make generalizations. There have been many people who have been affected quite dramatically (job loss, family deaths, lifestyle changes, etc) and others who haven’t (like myself, except for not traveling or dining out). There are a lot of people who continued shopping and hanging out with friends & family, and a lot who chose to self isolate or quarantine.

      It will be interesting to see how things play out from here with the virus still rampant and moving through the world, especially as highly contagious as it is, and such a silent spreader. It’s certainly not the first plague or pandemic this world has suffered… but definitely a first for me.

      Anyway, I’m so glad to hear you had such beautiful weather and such a nice Mother’s Day. 🙂 xo Here’s to better times ahead!

  2. Trish L says:

    Does the choczero coupon only give a discount? I thought it was free shipping also but I would have to order $35 worth of stuff after the discount code to get free shipping. Just double checking I’m not doing something wrong. Thank you!

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Trish 🙂

      Right, they offer free shipping on orders $34.99+ and my code is TRAVELINGLOWCARB for a discount on your order.

      I just ordered 3 more bags of the new dark chocolate peanut butter cups (delicious!!) so I added on a few things – because I’d rather have more chocolate than pay that in shipping. 😉

      Let me know if you need any recommendations. Their syrups are fabulous, and you can get up to 3 bags of the new pb cups.

      The chocolate chips are great for baking OR making things like chocolate covered strawberries or chocolate covered macadamia nuts – and the chips come in dark, milk & white chocolate.

      My favorite bark is Coconut and Pecan, those are GREAT! You can add a free face mask to your order too, that should be at the top of this page: https://www.travelinglowcarb.com/choczero

      • Trish L says:

        Thank you so much! I’m with you… I’d much rather get more chocolate than pay shipping! I never pay shipping if I don’t have to! I’ve followed you for a few years and actually ate low carb for quite some time but slowly gave it up. I tried another weight loss program and it did work (for me) for the most part but I just can’t seem to lose the last 15 lbs, I’ve become bored with the foods, and I’m still always a little bloated. I’ve never felt “thin” like when eating low carb. So I started again yesterday. I’m going back through all your post writing down ideas, discount codes, and meals. I love that you eat so simple!
        Thank you for the choczero recommendations. I’m about to place an order. I’m used to having something sweet after dinner and I know if I try to completely give it up I’ll eventually binge on something unhealthy so I need some low carb sweet things. I’m looking into the smart cakes also!
        I have a Braums close to me that has low carb bread although I haven’t paid too much attention to it so not sure the carb count but plan to check it out today and I’m putting in a Walmart pick up grocery order (we don’t have delivery here) for today to get a few things for meals I can repeat. Thank you for all your help!

        • Lynn Terry says:

          I’m all about those savings & deals. 😉

          I like something sweet now and then too, and having things on hand that are GREAT is exactly what keeps me on track.

          I know exactly what you mean about the bloat. I call it “keto lean” – that feeling you get from eating super low carb and being in ketosis. It’s because it’s a natural diuretic so you don’t have that squishy puffiness all over anymore. 😉

          I am LOVING the grocery pickup option! I may never go back in a store again, lol – between that and online ordering, I am saving tons of time and money.

          On that low carb bread, if you check it out… see if it has a very high fiber count – and if one of the main ingredients is chicory root or chicory root fiber. That’s an ingredient that makes me VERY bloated and feel really lethargic… so I avoid it in high amounts, like in some of the low carb breads popping up in stores now.

          There are a lot of easy ways to make low carb bread at home with super simple ingredients. So that’s an option too. I made a loaf bread out of macadamia butter, and have a drop biscuit recipe I love too!

          Let me know if you need ANYTHING at all. I’m here to support your journey and your goals every step of the way! 🙂 *cheers*

          • Trish L says:

            I had no idea about the bread! I will definitely check that before buying! I seen your drop biscuit recipe and will definitely be making those. I love that you add low carb veggies in whenever you can. I’m making me a list right now of every fast food place/restaurant we order from and what to order so I’m not completely thrown off when we randomly stop somewhere. Luckily we have a Carl’s Jr. here and love they wrap everything in lettuce when asked (and don’t act all weird about it!) lol.

          • Lynn Terry says:

            You can use the search bar here on my blog to see if I’ve mentioned restaurants you like too, for more ideas. Or let me know which ones you have or like in your area. 😉 Ordering out is my specialty!

            Spinach is my favorite vegetable to work into almost any recipe: eggs, quiche cups, sausage balls, hamburger steaks, bread, you name it!

            It’s also one of the top foods for boosting your immune system, which is pretty important right now. 😉

            You can search spinach here too for some ideas from my archive of recipes & food diaries. 🙂

          • Trish L says:

            I wish I could post a picture of this bread but it has 16 carbs for 2 slices and 9 grams of fiber. No chicory root in the ingredient list so hopefully it taste good and doesn’t have any of those hidden ingredients to watch out for. It’s only $1.79 a loaf so I HAD to buy it lol

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