The Keto Substitutions Guide - 300+ Keto Substitutes For Ingredients, Recipes and more!
You can enjoy pasta, lasagna, apple pie, sweetened condensed milk and so much more on keto if you just know the right keto food substitutions to use!
If you’re just starting keto, or maybe you’ve already started but you don’t know all the best keto food substitutions for all your favorite foods, then this Keto Substitutions Guide is for you! It includes over 300 amazing keto food swaps that actually work and taste good!
A few noteworthy keto food swaps shared in this guide include:
- Keto substitutes for apples
- Keto substitutes for rice
- Keto substitutes for ice cream
- Keto substitutes for wine
- Keto substitutes for beer
- Keto substitutes for graham cracker
- Keto substitutes lasagna noodles
- Keto substitutes for evaporated milk
- Keto substitutes for cereal
- Keto substitutes for soda
- Keto substitutes for orange juice and more!
There’s even a fantastic substitute for elbow macaroni in there! And a very realistic keto white bread substitute that everyone should know about!
The best part about this Ultimate Keto Substitutions Guide is that it includes both homemade and store-bought keto substitutes for your convenience!
You should get this handy keto diet ebook to learn 300+ easy and handy ketogenic food substitutions that can help you enjoy food on the keto diet without feeling restricted!
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