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Vegan Keto, Eco-Atkins, Pegan, and Low Carb Plant-Based Recipes

Meat Free Keto

Hi, I’m Liz, a Certified Nutrition Consultant, Registered Yoga Teacher and avid food-lover. I make keto-friendly, gluten-free vegan recipes that are often allergen-free as well. I’m also a published cookbook author with a second cookbook coming out soon!

I also create plant-based AIP (autoimmune protocol) recipes for people like me, who are managing their autoimmune condition symptoms through diet and lifestyle. You can check out these allergy-friendly recipes at!

Latest Posts

When people ask me what my favorite vegetable is, they're often surprised to hear me reply, "cabbage." Cabbage is a member of the cruciferous family and is not only delicious, but also brings with it quite a bit of nutrition. If you've been reading this blog (or following me on Read more
Hi, everyone! Today's post is something a little different from my friend Maggie at When she reached out with a post idea to share her inspiring and motivating story (as well as a super tasty raw vegan keto broccoli salad recipe), I was honored and thrilled. Maggie definitely needs Read more
Have you ever wondered why MCT oil is "better" for keto than coconut oil? Or how to start incorporating intermittent fasting into your routine? I know you have, because I get questions like this every day in my inbox. While I love talking to everyone about keto and trying to Read more
This past winter, I had the absolute honor (and pleasure!!) of working with the prepared foods team at Whole Foods Market to have vegan keto dishes featured on their hot bars. The dishes were released in 14 states (!!!) and were well-received by vegans and non-vegans alike. It was seriously Read more
Breakfast can be one of the hardest meals to replace when going vegan keto, especially if you're used to eating convenience foods. While I do enjoy a nice, hearty bowl of noatmeal or chia pudding, some days you just want something a little more substantial for breakfast, and something that Read more
This is the first year I've really had a successful garden, and so I've been able to have fresh veggies all summer long. Even though my garden is really just a few containers and some scattered pots, this small amount of plants has actually produced kind of a lot of Read more
I really love peanut butter and all things associated with this delicious food. It's a solid source of lysine, an essential amino acid found primarily in beans (for plant sources, at least). It can be difficult to obtain on a vegan keto diet, so I'm using that as justification for Read more
One of the hardest things for me to replace on a vegan keto diet was crunchy snacks. I used to be a huge junk food eater, and pretty much inhaled anything crunchy, whether it was sweet or salty. Since going keto all those years ago, I've found quite a few Read more
I love coffee. If you follow me at all on instagram, you're probably already well-aware of this. I also love hiking and traveling and always like to make sure I can have a tasty cup of coffee in the morning, no matter where I am. Over the years, I've found Read more
Hiking is pretty much my favorite outdoor activity. Every summer/fall, my sister-in-law and I drive up to the White Mountains in New Hampshire to go hike up a few of NH's 4000-footers. We like to treat these trips as little de-stressing vacations as well, so usually we find a reasonable Read more