Keto Cajun Jambalaya with Cauliflower “Rice” Recipe

Cajun Jambalaya with Cauliflower โ€œRiceโ€

yield: 6 SERVINGS

Ingredients

Jambalaya:

  • 2 onions, chopped
  • 1 red bell pepper, chopped
  • 1 green bell pepper, chopped
  • 1 cup celery, chopped
  • Cauliflower โ€œRiceโ€
  • 2 Garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 14.5 oz can diced tomatoes, undrained
  • 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into small pieces
  • 1 pound shrimp (shelled and de-veined)
  • Sausage (this would be great to add, but I, unfortunately, didnโ€™t have any on hand)
  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil

Cajun Spice Mix:

  • 2 1/2 teaspoons salt (I like salt a LOTโ€ฆ feel free to alter this if you are trying to reduce your sodium intake)
  • 2 teaspoons garlic powder
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons paprika
  • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper (this will give the dish a spicier taste)
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons dried oregano
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons dried thyme

Directions

1

Set a large wok or skillet on medium heat and throw in a couple of tablespoons of olive oil. Once the oil is hot, add the chicken and sausage (or any other meats youโ€™d like to use).

2

Once cooked through, throw in the onions, bell peppers and celery. Saute for about 10 minutes.

3

Add the 2 cans of tomatoes with juice, then add the Cajun spice mix and bring to a simmer.

4

Now add in the cauliflower โ€œriceโ€ and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes more.

5

And finally, add in the shrimp and simmer for another 5 minutes.

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So are you ready for another recipe?! ๐Ÿ™‚ Tonight I made Cajun Jambalaya with Cauliflower “Rice”. I love dishes like this because you can literally throw in basically any veggies and meats you have on hand to create a delicious meal.

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Due to eating Paleo, I have eliminated grains from my diet hence the cauliflower “rice”. Now you can opt to add in rice, but if you would prefer to try cauliflower “rice”, here’s how you can do it. Either put cauliflower in a food processor until you get the consistency of rice or if you don’t have a food processor (I surprisingly don’t), you can do what I do…

Throw the cauliflower in a Ziploc bag and seal it. Now take out a meat tenderizer or I guess you could use a hammer?…and get out all of your pent-up aggression. ๐Ÿ˜‰ You’ll actually be getting some nice exercise in the process too. Smash up the cauliflower until you feel like it has a “Rice” consistency. That’s it!


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Cajun Jambalaya with Cauliflower โ€œRiceโ€

yield: 6 SERVINGS

Delicious cajun jambalaya cauliflower rice will complement any main dish!

Ingredients

Jambalaya:

  • 2 onions, chopped
  • 1 red bell pepper, chopped
  • 1 green bell pepper, chopped
  • 1 cup celery, chopped
  • Cauliflower โ€œRiceโ€
  • 2 Garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 14.5 oz can diced tomatoes, undrained
  • 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into small pieces
  • 1 pound shrimp (shelled and de-veined)
  • Sausage (this would be great to add, but I, unfortunately, didnโ€™t have any on hand)
  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil

Cajun Spice Mix:

  • 2 1/2 teaspoons salt (I like salt a LOTโ€ฆ feel free to alter this if you are trying to reduce your sodium intake)
  • 2 teaspoons garlic powder
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons paprika
  • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper (this will give the dish a spicier taste)
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons dried oregano
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons dried thyme

Directions

1

Set a large wok or skillet on medium heat and throw in a couple of tablespoons of olive oil. Once the oil is hot, add the chicken and sausage (or any other meats youโ€™d like to use).

2

Once cooked through, throw in the onions, bell peppers and celery. Saute for about 10 minutes.

3

Add the 2 cans of tomatoes with juice, then add the Cajun spice mix and bring to a simmer.

4

Now add in the cauliflower โ€œriceโ€ and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes more.

5

And finally, add in the shrimp and simmer for another 5 minutes.

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Note: This recipe will make a large amount of Jambalaya. We were able to feed our family of five and we still have quite a bit leftover for lunch tomorrow. I LOVE leftovers!

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Serve with hot sauce and salt & pepper. Enjoy!


On a side note, I started Whole 30 last Tuesday, which basically means that I have and will be eliminating sugar, grains, and dairy from my diet for 30 days. I have felt such a huge difference by eating a primarily Paleo diet… my energy is up, I’m sleeping better, my digestion issues are pretty much gone, I feel really happy and the list goes on. So that’s why I have decided to dive in even further and see how I feel after eating Whole 30 style for the next 30 days.

And the reason I am telling you all this is because most of you who check out Hip2Save on a regular basis know how much I love my coffee… AND I don’t drink it black. So going on this Whole 30 has really put me in a bind, as I love cream in my coffee. For the past few days I have been experimenting with ways to make a delicious non-dairy creamer. I have tried canned coconut milk by itself… but it just doesn’t have the consistency or even close to the same taste as my beloved cream. However, coconut milk with other ingredients does make a fabulous non-dairy creamer. So stay tuned for a recipe…

Also, if you have a yummy non-dairy creamer recipe, I’d love to hear!

* Recipe adapted from here.


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Comments 109

  1. Denice

    Almond milk is a great creamer. Buy blue diamond unsweet vanilla to save some sugar & it’s dairy free.

    • nicole

      Funny I just came to the comments area to leave the EXACT same comment.

  2. Krysti

    I am super excited to hear about the creamer recipe. I am SUPER allergic to milk. It burns my skin and gives me horrible digestion issues. I have been avoiding coffee all together because rice milk just doesn’t cut it and coconut milk doesn’t taste very good in coffee to me. Can’t wait to hear!

    • W

      Almond milk is by far better than rice milk and coconut milk! ๐Ÿ™‚

      I do use Thai coconut milk when making sweet recipes like Pumpkin Pie – in place of evaporated milk.

      MimicCreme is great for sweet recipes and especially making non-dairy ice cream. It’s a little harder to find and pricey compared to Breeze or Silk Almond milk I get at Walmart.
      https://mimiccreme.com/

      • Joy

        W.. you make your own non dairy ice cream? oh please share receipe please….but I guess I’d have to invest in ice cream maker then huh? best non dairy icecream I have found is at Trader Joes.. their own brand of ice cream sandwiches..oh gosh..they are too good.. the chocolate on chocolate..and not they aren’t too rich..you would think they are..but no..I do have to say I like rice milk and coconut milk better than almond..isn’t it funny how we all have such different tastes? I am having So Delicious vanilla flavored coconut milk at this very moment as my night treat…yum!!!

  3. Melody

    Oh I would love to hear it. My husband has Gluten Sensitivity issues as well as Dairy allergies. He used to love coffee with cream and almond milk is not always enough.

    Thanks!

  4. Danielle

    Hey collin, do you have some sites that you recommend for learning more about paleo? I’ve seen some that say no salt, some that say no potatoes (and no sweet potatoes either ๐Ÿ™ ), every site seems to be a little different. I am very interested in learning more, and I’d love to know which you are following since you seem to be enjoying it and having great success ๐Ÿ™‚ and so I can possibly try some more of your recipes!

      • Danielle

        thanks! you are the best! <3 like always!

      • Natalie

        Collin the author of Everyday Paleo is from Chico my home town! My cousin is a member at her crossfit gym and has started a great new Paleo friendly line of almond products! She has been paleo for years and her family farms almonds. Her product line is amazing and I think you would really enjoy it! Check it out here:
        https://www.amminnut.com/

      • Joy

        Collin great for you..I am not on Paleo..but I have taken dairy and refined white sugars and flour out of diet.. I like coconut milk(maked a wonderful Thai red curry chickent), drink,water..I felt better doing that..but still am missing something.. am seeing the chiropractor regarding the NUCCA a couple of folks mentioned..for fibromyalgia..was going to see chiro anyway..but found out after calling that they do have one doc that specializes in NUCCA.. and they have a whole nutrional/ health and wellbeing practice..excited to see what they ahve to offer.. take care..hard to convince my DH not to eat beef… hard to cook two different meals.. thnx for all you do..

  5. Sia

    Wow, Collin! Good for you! I can’t wait to try cauliflower rice. We are doing the Zone diet so every little tip helps. Thanks! Also, I like almond milk in my coffee. I’m not sure if it’s Paleo, but it sure is yummy!

    • Willa

      I have tried cauliflower to replace mashed potatoes. I wonder if I can use the ricer and make cauliflower rice. Thanks for the idea.

  6. Rachel

    Wow! You have taken this to extremes now! I though the paleo was a feat in and of itself! I was currently diagnosed with celiac & I have been mourning the death of foods I wont be able to enjoy anymore. Difference is, I medically can’t have gluten as a celiac or it can kill me. I give credit to those that do these kind of diets by choice! I think I would be in permanent mourning with-ought sugar!!!

      • Rachel

        Theresa-

        Thank you so much, i really appreciate this link. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Lisa

    My husband and I have been eating paleo off and on for a year and a half. We have just started our paleo challenge and it has been super challenging.

  8. Ap

    So Delicious has a coconut creamer that I really enjoy the texture of for my coffee ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Ali

    I absolutely love Silk French Vanilla soy creamer. It’s so thick, creamy, and for me it’s sweet enough that I don’t need to add any sugar. My husband still adds a little, but loves it as much as I do!!!

    • Ali

      Oh and Silk also has plain and hazelnut flavors too

  10. felicia

    I love seeing your paleo ideas. I find the blogs always use items I don’t have on hand, but this is practical! If you haven’t tried baking with almond and coconut flour, you should give it a try, it’s a nice way to have baked good that are paleo friendly.

  11. Michelle

    Just an FYI for those who cant have milk/cream…. Coffee-mate creamers are dairy and lactose free! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Krysti

      Actually, CoffeeMate has sodium caseinate in it, which is derived from milk. Which is also why I can’t have Cool Whip. Same thing.

      • mommyspendsless

        A lot of lactose free products still contain casein (which is the protein that is found in milk – lactose is the sugar in milk).

        My husband’s son couldn’t have any gluten or casein for years. I found decent to good substitutes for almost everything except cheese. I tried making pizza once with casein free cheese – it smelled just awful and wouldn’t melt.

  12. Keri

    Coffeemate is non-dairy.

    • Ssf

      Coffee-mate is NOT dairy free. And as Ap said, So Delicious has great coconut milk creamers. It comes in vanilla hazelnut and original.

      • mel

        Yep, even though it’s listed as “dairy free”, sodium caseinate is still derived from milk proteins. Nestle gets away with being able to label the container as such b/c they say it broken down out of its milk form. Its not really 100% “dairy free”

  13. Cathy

    So this is why there have been no more Coffee with Collin videos? Or maybe they could be renamed to, Paleo with Collin?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      LOL! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Actually, I have a few Coffee with Collin videos coming your way very soon! Stay tuned…

  14. Mara @ Super Savings

    Thanks for the great recipe Collin! It looks delicious and I think we’ll try it out tomorrow since we have everything for it!
    My husband and I started eating a low-carb diet at the beginning of the year (but modifying it a bit) and both feel great and have lost weight (hubzy 12#, me #15)!
    The more I hear and read about Paleo, I think that’s very close to what we’ve been trying to do…..but without realizing there was a name for it! =)

    ~ Mara @ Super Savings

  15. Melissa

    I only wish I could cook with red/green pepper, diced tomatoes, or any spice. Sounds great, but my child would never eat.

    • Theresa

      My suggestion to you is to make a stir fry instead, Heat a pan with a little oil, cube chicken and cook it with some Italian seasoning, salt and pepper. in the mean time cut up the red/green peppers, and some onion(and any other veggies you want. My friend loves throwing in mushrooms and zuchinni). Place in the pan and cook with a little (1/2C ) chicken stock (this is where I would throw in some Italian dressing to make the flavor stronger). cook till the veggies are hot but not soft. then throw the collie flour in, and cook till you think its done, or about 5 min more.

      • kidsallgone

        OH NOOO!! Don’t “throw in the collie…!!!” ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Natalie

      Maybe try and chop them really small and start working them into meals little by little! It will be such a great benefit to your kids! My kids are really starting to take to it ๐Ÿ™‚ Just takes time and encouragement.

  16. Ashley

    We’re not on any diet, but I’ve been struggling to get my 2 year old to eat more veggies. I think this might do the trick (if I tone the cayenne down)! Thank you!

  17. Joy

    Does anyone have something similiar to this that doesn’t incorporate the whole primal/evolution history behind it? is there something else like this that is out there..thank you Collin for all your receipes..sound delicious..but trying to read some history behind the whole Paleo way of eating…and just can’t wrap my head around it….nothing personal to you of course…. just curious if anyone has something that is along the same lines of substituting the grains and processed foods…to follow? thnx in advance..

    • STACY

      I have done neither thusfar, but maybe you would like “The Maker’s Diet”?

    • Sarah

      Adam and Eve, and several generations after, were most likely hunter gatherers. I would have to guess that agriculture wasn’t seen in the bible till Sodom and Gomorrah. Maybe you could think of it that way.

    • Rachel

      I have been trying to change my diet as well and while looking into paleo as an option, also found some other similiar things that focus on eating whole foods and cutting processed!
      check this sites out:

      danielplan.com – this is a whole foods style of eating. Their is a lot going on on the site, but if you take some time to search around it has lots of great acticles and videos on what is good to eat and what’s not. I found it super helpful!

      100daysofrealfood.com – this family cut out processed food for 100 days and kept going. Lots of great recipes and also information on the why’s of cutting things out.

    • Monica

      There is the GAPS diet which is for people with health issues (autoimmune diseases…) but in the book it gives a great explanation why eating grain free for awhile is so good for you.

      • Joy

        Thank you all for the suggestions..I am open to checking into these … I do like many of Collin’s receipes.. have tried about 3 of them now..very tasty..like many others have said, you can still enjoy her receipes even if you don’t follow the paleo diet. thnx

    • Amy

      I have a hard time with the Paleo definition, too. I think it’s funny how the definition says our ancestors only ate lean cuts of meat, which I think is not accurate at all. Nothing went to waste, they ate the whole animal: meat, fat, innards, brain, etc.

      That said, I think the Paleo concept is great, and I try to eat that way myself, but I don’t call it “Paleo”, just “healthy”.

  18. Steph

    Thank you so much for all these recipes!!! Trying this this weekend

  19. jk

    Wow, I might try the cauliflower rice for jambalaya. My husband is on a special diet and cannot eat grains either so I haven’t made jambala for few years.
    And, I’m so glad you are feeling better with the new diet. I had gone on a vegan diet for few months and my energy level was up all day and felt so much healthier. I also lost weight even though I didn’t work out that much.
    This is so encouraging. Thank you!

  20. C

    I am SO excited to see this recipe and that you are eating Paleo! I am an Atkins girl but I strive to eat more primal everyday. Grains are easy for me to stop eating but it’s very hard to cut out the dairy but I am trying!

    I look forward to trying out these recipes! Thank you!

  21. coldmountainpixMaria

    Im loving seeing how many people are trying new ways to handle health issues lately! I am also allergic to milk and I had my gallbladder removed which made my digestion problems get even worse. Right now Im following a juicing diet. I watched “Fat Sick and Nearly Dead” On Netflix and decided to give it a go- Day 4 and hanging in there- When I come off of just juice, Im going to have to find a diet that is healthy and will last a lifetime- Thanks for making these posts so colorful! It means ALOT to someone who hasnt had food in 4 days! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Monica

      You might look into digestive enzymes/ox bile to help with digestion. My son started taking these and we have seen a huge difference in the way he tolerates food. The GAPS diet also helps with food allergies as well.

  22. Maria

    Im loving seeing how many people are trying new ways to handle health issues lately! I am also allergic to milk and I had my gallbladder removed which made my digestion problems get even worse. Right now Im following a juicing diet. I watched โ€œFat Sick and Nearly Deadโ€ On Netflix and decided to give it a go- Day 4 and hanging in there- When I come off of just juice, Im going to have to find a diet that is healthy and will last a lifetime- Thanks for making these posts so colorful! It means ALOT to someone who hasnt had food in 4 days!

  23. Jin

    Thank you this is a great idea!

  24. Sean

    I feel very similar doing Atkins. I’ve alway just used sugar free Coffee-mate or International Delight. I know some say the artificial sweeteners are dangerous, but I haven’t seen any conclusive evidence.

  25. susanna

    I use the can opener to pound stuff up it allways handy and I don’t have a meat tenderizer.

  26. irene

    Wow, it’s amazing to hear so many people with digestive issues are helping themselves by adjusting their diets! I’ve had trouble and tried The Cleanse on my own. I felt great, lost weight, but not disciplined enough to stick to the principles of the diet. Now I am looking for an alternative health professional to help because the traditional M.D. just doesn’t see a problem. She only referred me to a gastro specialist, which I am not hopeful will help. Does anyone have advice for someone seeking professional help with a natural approach to health or how you decided on the right diet for you. Thanks!

    • Monica

      I think it depends on the the issues you are having. If they are mostly digestive then SCD is a great diet for that. If you have food allergies, autoimmune problems(arthritis, fibromyalgia, lupus, lyme…) then the GAPS diet is the way to go.

  27. Tiffany

    I am on the Hcg protocol and during the third phase we can have cauliflower. I have been wanting to try the califlower pizza crust AND the rice. My hubbie loves jambalaya … He makes the best!!!!

    Also, try So Delicious Coconut Creamer. I use that in my coffee and it is pretty good. With the coupons out there for it, should make for a good alternative.

  28. Steph

    So Delicious has a coffe creamer. The French vanilla is yummy!

    • Natalie

      Hi! Where do you find So Delicious coffee creamer? Is it in the refigerated section of your store? Thanks so much for your help!!

  29. Amanda

    I’ll never give up my bread! lol
    I lost 42 pounds in 4 months just by eliminating all empty carbs and sugar. I still eat bread/pasta/etc for every single meal, I just eat things that are whole grain / whole wheat that have 5g+ of fiber per serving. I eat around 40-50g of fiber a day and under 5g of sugar. It isn’t hard to lose weight with wheat products and its important we get a lot of Fiber since 10,000 year ago we were getting around 250-300 a day.

    • Jasmine

      Lol! Reading these posts I was thinking the same thing about not giving up my bread! One of my favorite foods but I am trying to limit it.

    • Crystal

      AMEN! Totally agree

  30. Stacey

    There are some really good recipes for coffee creamer on the deliciously organic website. She gives dairy and sugar free options, too!

  31. Heather

    I LOVE Thai Kitchen coconut milk!!! My boys love “mousse” that I make with it – you can do chocolate by adding unsweetened cocoa powder, chocolate liquid stevia, pure vanilla extract – you can do strawberry or another fruit but adding cut up fruit, liquid stevia, and some vanilla – YUM YUM YUM – Just let that cream separate overnight and scroop it out. Your stand mixer will do the trick.

  32. Summer

    my 2 yr old has massive food allergies that have affected her development (found out by a blood test she has massive internal inflammation from FOOD!)– so, she is now off of: gluten/wheat, soy, all dairy, eggs, peanuts, beef, bananas, oats, papayas and is doing AWESOME! Amazing what food can do to our bodies, yet so many physicians turn their head to any reference to food allergies……believe me, I have been told that I was “crazy” by an old school dr for even suggesting that changing my daughter’s diet helped her significantly. My own dad is a dr and he is now a believer too since he witnessed in his own granddaughter.

    • Dana

      Wow. Bless your heart in your journey to cook meals for the family. My 3 year old has milk and peanut allergies as well as cat/dog and mold allergies. I have finally learned more or less how to work around the milk allergies as there is a wide range of items that I can use but you really have your work cut out for you. Glad she is doing better.

  33. Sharon@DiscoverExploreLearn

    I follow a mostly vegan diet, and although I don’t have a non-dairy creamer recipe to share with you, I do want to tell you about this site –

    https://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/

    If you are looking for yummy non-dairy recipes (especially desserts), you have to check it out ! She does a lot with coconut milk…good stuff !

  34. Ashley

    My husband and I just started the paleo diet this week. I already feel soo much better too! No more bloating, fatigue, and stomach issues!! This diet will definitely be apart of my life now ๐Ÿ˜‰ I would love to see more Paleo recipes and ways to do it inexpensive!

  35. karin

    There is a non dairy creamer by So Delicious and it is coconut milk–it is just like half and half only way healthier, just add some flavored stevia drops and it tastes just like flavored creamer ๐Ÿ™‚

  36. Michelle

    It looks yummy, Collin! Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

  37. Alisha

    I didn’t like plain coconut milk either but whipping it with a mixer or blender makes a huge difference.
    good luck with your Whole 30! I completed my second one last week and the minor tweaks to my diet definitely had an impact

  38. Kammy

    Yay! This looks great. Keep posted the recipes for the whole 9 diet. I need to get started on this per my doctor. I too love coffee and he told me of a process where you add 2 T of whole butter to your coffee and blend it in a Magic Bullet. I haven’t tried it yet because I don’t have a bullet but I plan to. I saw the reciple on the Whole 9 website.

  39. dayna

    if your looking to thicken the coconut milk you can use two different ingredients used in molecular gastronomy. One is called Xanthan Gum- if you put the coconut milk in a blender and add about half a teaspoon to two cups of coconut milk it will thicken. make sure you add it a little at a time while it is blending so it doesn’t lump. You can find it with the gluten free products. You can also use something called Ultratex 8 (which is awesome) you may need to order this though. Both thicken without adding heat- ultratex is better because it doesn’t result in a slimy factor. If you use too much xanthan gum it can get slimy.

    • Heather

      Love to use Xanthan Gum in my smoothies to thicken them up! Works like a charm. A little goes a long way! (right now I am making “green” smoothies with spinach, almond milk, frozen bananas and frozen strawberries and sometimes some unsweetened cocoa powder – told my boys they were green for St Patty’s Day so they are drinking them up – no clue LOL)

  40. dayna

    oh plus they are both colorless and tasteless- they just thicken.

  41. dayna

    i literally made homemade creamer yesterday because i ran out. I used milk though, stevia, vanilla extract, and the xanthan gum i had on hand. Worked great and even made my coffee have a little foam on top like a cappicino

  42. Jammie

    Coffeemate is a non-dairy creamer, it says just above the nutritional information in really fine print. You can also get it in sugar free and it would be a non-dairy, sugarfree drink. It may not be the dairy that is bothering you it may be the caffeine, I have IBS and the caffeine usually bothers me more than dairy.

  43. jjsgrl

    My husband and I are currently doing the Atkins diet, and we found a recipe for cauliflower “rice”, and the recipe had us use a cheese grater to grate the cauliflower to make it more like the rice ๐Ÿ™‚

    • mel

      Cool idea!

  44. Jennifer

    I am glad I discovered the Almond Milk too. It is so good. After I recently did a 10 day cleanse I made some major changes in my eating habits. I don’t even drink caffeine anymore. I didn’t think I would ever be able to go w/o it. I wake up in the morning ready to go and before the cleanse I could not function through out the day with out it. I would drink 3-4 cups a day plus have a couple of coke zeros.

  45. Jake

    I’ve been doing the “4 Hour Body” plan for 7 months now, which is very similar to paleo – no grains, no spuds, no dairy, no fruit, no real or artificial sugar 6 days a week, on day 7 we eat anything to spike calories/leptin production. I went from a tight size 14 to somewhere between a 6 and 8. I’ve been having “bulletproof coffee” (you can google that), which for me can include unsalted butter which is an exception to the dairy rule because it has practically no lactose. But you can also use coconut oil.

    It’s coffee plus 1-3 teaspoons of coconut oil (or the butter), and hit it with a stick blender or put it in a regular blender to emulsify the oils. With the fats in it, the mouth feel is rich like heavy cream. I mixed up a batch of my own improvised fat-burning antioxidant coffee spice that I add to it. It’s unsweetened cocoa powder, cinnamon, ginger, chili powder and a touch of black pepper. Other people doing this diet often do a mix of cinnamon and vanilla extract, which helps cut the bitterness of black coffee if you aren’t used to it.

  46. Dawn

    I am curious to know if you can use quinao with this diet.

  47. mel

    Thanks Collin for all these great recipes! Think I’ll try this one tomorrow night. I have everything on hand except for the shrimp & cauliflower. Ohhh… I made Taco Salad on Tuesday and it was so good, we didn’t even have leftovers! (well except for the salsa — I topped it with scrambled eggs this morning)

  48. Alyssa

    Sounds delicious! I’m so proud of you collin for sticking to your diet. I remember a time where you said you weren’t a great cook! You are an EXCELLENT COOK NOW!

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