This is a guide to making fruits on ketosis (ketosis without carbs) without using the conventional fruit juices or store bought ones.
I will be sharing the fruits I use and how I make them.
First, fruit juice: Pour a quart of fresh lemon juice into a jar and set it in the fridge for up to a week.
If you don’t have a jar, try a glass jar or a large glass pitcher (one that fits the size of a tennis ball).
The juice is essential to the fruits that go in them.
If you can’t get fresh lemon, use fresh orange juice instead.
For a lot of fruit, you can use a fruit-based gel that contains fruit extracts and fruit extracts, but you won’t be able to find fruit extracts at all at grocery stores.
Fresh, fresh fruit is much easier to work with.
To get started, add the juice to your fruit, which will have a slightly sweet flavor and a smooth texture.
The juice is best served chilled and ready to drink, since it will absorb some of the juice’s liquid.
If your fruit is too tart, add more juice.
To make your fruit more tart, use a sweetener, like agave nectar or sugar.
I prefer to use a combination of fruit extracts like guavas, apricots, plums, and strawberries.
The fruit should have a smooth and creamy texture, which should also be crisp and not dry.
Mix the fruit extract with the juice, adding as much as you can to the mixture.
You want the fruit to have a distinct flavor, so add a splash of sugar if necessary.
I add the fruit extracts to fruit, but if you want to use fruit-free or low-sugar fruits, I would use a blend of fruit extract and fruit.
Place the jar on a shelf in a room where the fruit is protected from light, air-conditioning, and other environmental factors, and you can freeze the fruit for up a week if you don.
(See “How to Make Fruit on Keto” in the “How To Make a Healthy Fruit on Ketogenic Diet” chapter for more details.)
If you make fruit in the refrigerator, store it in an airtight container and keep in the freezer.
I like to make them in the morning and freeze them at night to help them keep their sweetness.
Fruit can be made in several ways, depending on the fruit, the time of year, and how you like to use it.
I use them as a topping on many of my salads and in desserts, like banana and almond milk ice cream, banana cheesecake, strawberry sorbet, and strawberry chocolate chip cookies.
For a more traditional version, you could make the fruit in a bowl and pour it into a mug.
I usually make mine in a mason jar, which makes them super easy to handle.
These fruits are so versatile, you might even want to try making them into ice cream cones!
They taste just like the ones at your favorite bakery!
I also like to freeze the berries for a few days and enjoy them as an ice cream treat or ice cream spread.
Some of my favorite fruits are: apple, pear, peach, plum, cranberry, pineapple, cranberries, cranapple, raspberry, strawberries, strawberries with peaches, strawberries and peaches (see the article Fruit on the Ketogenic Diets for a list of my favorites).
Some of the best-known fruits are berries like cranberries and apples.
Other favorites are pears, plump figs, plum apples, and pineapple.
Try making your own, too!
You might want to give them a try and share what you make with friends and family!
You can also try this: Serves 8 to 10 people.