Low Carb Chocolate Custard…
Like a cross between a chocolate truffle and super-rich chocolate ice cream, but it won’t rot your teeth or cause insulin spikes.
Can be made with low-carb white chocolate, milk chocolate, or dark chocolate.
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Diet plans clearly abound. Choosing one diet over another can be a daunting task.
It’s for this reason that, when you’ve decided on a particular diet, and prepping healthy meals is the next step, you need to adhere to your chosen diet plan. Straying from your original chosen plan may very well lead to failure. You’re likely to find yourself starting all over, from scratch.
For this reason, I suggest starting a diet-focused recipe library. If you’re going low-calorie, then compile low-calorie recipes. If you’re a low-carber, then you’ll want low-carb recipes.
The importance of this cannot be overstated.
Hopping from one diet to the next is certainly something that I’ve done in the past. The reason for this is actually quite simple…
You will generally develop cravings for those foods and drinks that your specific plan doesn’t allow, which another eating plan 100% allows. And let’s tell the truth. Food videos are oftentimes 100 percent irresistible. 😉
Sticking to the plan long-term is perhaps the most important component of dieting. Reaching your weight loss goals may be as simple as eating natural foods and limiting your caloric intake.
Makes sense to me. Put the right amounts of the right fuel into your body, and reap the rewards of a healthy body and physique. Add some exercise into the mix and look out!
Clearly, this is conventional weight loss advice. As well it should be!
Not all diets are calorically restrictive though. Many diets have more of a macro-nutrient ratio focus. And it’s generally not advised to mess around with those, if you’re trying to maximize your weight loss.
At least stick with one thing long enough to see results!
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Servings: 10 large
500g sugar-free chocolate for soft-set OR 600g for firmer set
550g cream (35% fat)
120g egg yolks (approx 5-8 yolks)
60g erythritol or xylitol (less if using very sweet chocolate)
Directions from Ann Reardon’s recipe linked above:
“Break up your chocolate and place in a bowl with a sieve resting over the top.
Put the cream in a saucepan and bring to the boil.
Whisk together the yolks and the [sweetener].
As soon as the cream just begins to boil, remove it from the heat and slowly whisk into the yolks, and then pour it all into the saucepan.
Return to the heat and stir constantly until just before it reaches 85C (185 degrees Fahrenheit).
Remove from heat and immediately pour through the sieve over the chocolate.
Push your chocolate down so it is all covered and leave for a couple of minutes to melt. Stir gently to combine.”
Pour into preferred moulds or serving glasses and refrigerate until set. Once chilled it should have the consistency of ice cream or stirred custard.