When people choose to move to a carnivore diet they sometimes have reservations due to the perceived lack of food options available, welcome CarniBatter. This is where people have become amazingly resourceful in creating recipes which allow for a greater change in food options while maintaining a carnivore lifestyle without including sugary, carby cheats.
I found CarniBatter on YouTube and was amazed at its possibilities in creating some nice additions to your carnivore powered diet. If you have never seen the recipe or the creator definitely send them some love and give her a sub and like!
Note that this recipe uses dairy so if you abstain from dairy this may be a no-go or maybe a good option in a indulgement day.
Think of it as a base layer to create more food options, this can allow you to create a treat like a corndog, pizza, grilled cheese and other yummy goodness. This is a very simple recipe to create and can be saved for multiple days allowing you to spread out the use through multiple meals and not make and use once.
This is a very simple recipe which just takes a mixing bowl, hand blender, and 5-10 minutes of your time. You will mix together all the ingredients and add in the pork rind crumbs until you reach the right consistency, this is the variable part as the pork rinds aren't all exactly the same so this can require more or less to reach the correct mixture, basically when the batter is solid but still slides effortlessly off the spoon.
While a carnivore diet for many will remove dairy from the ingredients that are available it is from a cow and most will continue to add it into their diets. The CarniBatter recipe is a very useful way to integrate this dairy into your foods in a way which can help give you some variety to your foods, sometimes this variety is necessary for you to manage and stay on the diet without heading into cheat territory.
I would love to hear what you make and how you use this, I would also love to hear that you have subbed to her YouTube channel and show her some support as this was ingenious!