Walnut Coconut Crispy ChocolatesBy MarcoAll I have to say is one word; "AMAZING!" No words can define the deliciousness of these sugar free delicacies.Turkey With Apricot GlazeBy MarcoBrown Bag Turkey with Herb RubBy MarcoI know what you’re thinking: Cooking a turkey in a paper bag sounds crazy… I know, right? Well I have tried this myself and I can personally tell you that your turkey will turn out with crispy golden skin on the outside and juicy and succulent on the inside. The paper bag will not start on fire and the turkey will not have any paper like taste. You will not have to baste it our anything. Basically as Ron “Ronco” Popeil says “just set it and forget it”. This is super easy with almost guaranteed success every time. But, we are going to mix it up a little by adding a sweet and salty savory rub. This rub will seal the juices and flavors in and deliver a unique and delicious bird. Your guests will do back flips or just smile with delight.Coconut Chocolate FudgeBy MarcoLow glycemic no added sugar coconut chocolate fudge is a true crowd pleaser! Enjoy with any occasion.Zesty Keto BBQ SauceBy MarcoPuxatony Phil predicts that Spring around the corner. It is getting to be time to fire up the barbecue. The only problem is barbecue sauce is generally loaded with sugar. In fact, most barbecue sauce contains 3 times as much sugar as soda and 4 times as much as ice cream. Here's a great barbecue sauce that tastes awesome, is easy to make and is lower in sugar. Used in moderation this barbecue sauce is safe for diabetics and anybody who is trying to cut the sugar out. Enjoy!Vegan Raw Food CookiesBy MarcoThe raw food diet is a craze right now. A raw food diet based on unprocessed and uncooked plant foods, such as fresh fruit and vegetables, sprouts, seeds, grains, beans, nuts and dried fruit. It is asserted that heating food above 110ºF is believed to destroy enzymes in food that can assist in the digestion and absorption of food. Cooking is also thought to diminish the nutritional value and "life force" of food. My little sister, Jill who goes by Kin's, shared this recipe with me a while back and I made it yesterday and just pulled it out of the dehydrator this morning. These cookies were amazing and really good for you. I made a few tweaks to it but, I think it made them better. Quantities can be fudged, this is a very forgiving recipe. Make sure to buy 'raw' nuts and not roasted. If it doesn't say 'raw', it is roasted.Coconut Pecan GranolaBy MarcoThis coconut pecan granola is the perfect topping for your favorite yogurt or just plain as a snack!Cocoa Covered WalnutsBy MarcoThis is such a "good for you snack". First off cocoa is a huge antioxidant, secondly walnuts are heart healthy and loaded with good fats. In addition to heart healthy ingredients, walnuts also contain a wealth of other nutrients, including vitamin E, the B vitamins, fiber, and several minerals. Many of the studies performed suggest that you only need to consume only a handful of walnuts a day to receive the cholesterol-lowering benefits of walnuts. The FDA agrees with this health claim so eat them up.Coconut Pecan ClustersBy MarcoChocolate is made from plants, which means it contains many of the health benefits of dark vegetables. These benefits are from flavonoids, which act as antioxidants. Antioxidants protect the body from aging caused by free radicals, which can cause damage that leads to heart disease. Coconut is highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It is classified as a "functional food" because it provides many health benefits beyond its nutritional content. Pecans, the only native American tree nut, contains more than 19 vitamins and minerals – including vitamin A, vitamin E, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, several B vitamins and zinc. One ounce of pecans provides 10 percent of the recommended Daily Value for fiber. Studies have shown that nut consumption may increase metabolic rates and enhance satiety. This makes this recipe the perfect healthy, low carb, diabetic safe snack. Enjoy!