Low Carb Cinnamon Dippers


Here are my top 3 posts from last week:

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Pumpkin Pie Spiced Creamer DF [S]

NOTE: Use the stevia variation to stay in weight loss/S mode.

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Chocolate and Cream Pie GF/DF [S]

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3 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies [S]

The post from last week with the most visits was this one

The BEST EVER Coconut Flour Pancakes-GAPS/SCD/Paleo [S]


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  1. Rashel says

    Thank you for hosting each week. Even when I can’t link up, I enjoy reading others links and your recipes as well!

    • Its_Gwen says

      Do you have an Aldi’s nearby? I wonder if they
      would carry it if you asked?

      I’ll keep looking for a homemade version. :)

  2. Rachel Keeth // Lavender&Honey says

    Thank you, Gwen, for hosting this and for sharing my pie recipe this week! I hope that those who try it enjoy it as much as I did.

  3. Rebekah says

    I have been looking for Aldi’s low carb flatbread but I cant seem to find it. Does it say low carb?? They only had two kinds at my local store, a whole wheat version and a regular one.

  4. Krista says

    Thank you for all of your yummy delicious recipes! Man, I so appreciate them! :) I just have one question about this one though, how in the world do you spread ONE TEASPOON of butter over all these pieces! lol I feel like I need a spray bottle!?!? lol 😉 TIA!

    • says

      It’s one teaspoon of butter per serving to keep you in FP mode. :) You can switch and use egg whites if you want, but butter is yummier. I just use a brush and spread it thin!

  5. Judy says

    Beware, mine burnt to a crisp at 350 for eight min, try 3 or 4 min first, now I have to go find more lavish bread before I can have the cookie dip! I WILL get this right, lol

    • says

      Ha! Probably not a great idea, since the entire piece of lavash is a little more carbs than what you’d want with an S snack. I’d stick to half. :) But on the bring side: your snack for later is already made!

  6. Laurel says

    How long can the Cinnamon dippers be stored? Does it make a difference if they are refrigerated or not for longer storage? I need a snack I can make ahead and easily take with me on a long summer trip that includes a conference where I won’t easily have access to refrigerated snacks.


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