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Ep 16: Chicken & Bean “Bottom’s” Burritos w Ryan Raz (18.7g carbs)

Hi Y’all! Back with another yummy kiki dish to serrrrrrve you!

This week’s episode is all about feeding all you hungry bottoms out there! I mean there’s a lot of y’all, no!?

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So I thought what better dish to cook up other than a bottom’s most feared food – THE BURRITO!

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And what better bottom to come help me out other than porn superstar and notorious power bottom Ryan Raz.

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But Ryan Raz brought a bag of tricks of his own to my kitchen and schooled me on burrito while educating me on fiber – what bottoms should really be eating!

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Of course, no good bottom should really try this dish! But be sure to eat your fiber kids!!

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If you bottoms would like to make these at home just follow the simple steps below:

You Will Need:

14 Low Carb Whole Wheat Tortillas

1Lb Chicken Diced

1T Chile Powder

1 small onion, diced

1/2 green pepper, diced

3 cloves garlic, chopped

1 15oz can of diced tomatoes

1 15oz can of black beans, drained

1 3oz can of green chiles

1 small can of corn niblets

salt & pepper to taste

Shredded cheese, lettuce, cilantro, lime juice to garnish

1 t olive oil

To Make Burritos:

1. Heat olive oil in large pan over medium heat

2. Add chicken and chile powder and cook for 2-3 mnutes

3. Add diced onion, peppers, garlic can of black beans, salt & pepper and sautee for 3-5 more minutes

4.  Add tomatoes, chiles and cook 3 more minutes

5. Finish off with corn and cook 3 more minutes

6. Spoon 1/2c of mixture into tortilla and top w cheese, lettuce, cilantro and lime juice.

7. Roll and SERRRRVE

Happy bottoming!

Ep 15: Twinkies (Twunkies) w Markus & Kristian (6g carbs)

Hey Twinkies & Kiki Kids!!

As we’ve all learned recently we might be saying goodbye to our good ol friend, the Twinkie!! No, no, no not “those” kinda Twinkies. The snack cakes silly!!

And while Hostess brands can still be saved I say let’s just mourn the loss now and get low-carb low-sugar on these twinkies with my Grown Up “Twunkies!” For the 20 Something crowd!

And while one of my guests canceled last minute due to being, uhhh, “sick” – my good ol friend Markus was happy to step in and help me cream up these soft lemon sponge cake goodies.

She even brought a friend with her – NYC uber twink Kristian who has never creamed anything before in his life but did a great job regardless.

And of course, we sent her home with a load of cream!

If you’d like to make these twinkies at home you will be happy to find out how moist and delicious they are! Cant wait for you to try them! Just follow these simple instructions below.

You Will Need: 

5 Eggs

1/3C Stevia or Splenda

1T Vanilla Extract

Zest of 1 Lemon

1/4C Coconut Flour

1/4C Heavy Cream

Pinch of Salt

1/2 t baking soda

Non Stick Cookie Spray

Twinkie Pan, Cupcake Pan, or 9×9 baking dish

1C Heavy Cream

1t vanilla

1t stevia or splenda

To Make Twunkies: 

1. Preheat oven to 350

2. Separate Egg Yolks and reserve Egg Whites in Small Bowl

3. Mix Yolks and 1/3C Splenda together in medium mixing bowl

4. Stir in 1T Vanilla and lemon zest

5. Beat in coconut flour a little at a time

6. Stir in salt and baking soda

7. Mix in 1/4C heavy cream

8. Pour egg whites into batter and fold in gently for about 1-2 minutes

9. Pour into pan

10. Bake for 15 minutes and place on rack to cool when done

11. In small bowl whip together 1c heavy cream, 1t vanilla, 1t stevia until thick and cream rises to stiff peaks.

12. Transfer whipped cream to filling injector

13. Once twinkies have completely cooled inject cream filling into 3 holes through flat side of twinkies.

14. Place twunkies face down on plate and serrrrrve immediately.

ENJOY TWINKIES!!!

EP 14: Crustless Pumpkin Pie w Daniel Nardicio (20.5g carbs)

Happy Thanksgiving all you krazy kiki kids!!

This week’s episode is all about giving thanks! Thanks for good low-carb dishes! Thanks for go-go boys! And thanks for underwear parties!

Which is why it was perfect to have my good friend and notorious NYC Underwear party promoter Daniel Nardicio over to help me make Crustless Pumpkin Pie and Whipped Cream for my Thanksgiving table!

 

Watch what he thinks of my low-carb delights and then watch what I think of his very own recipe: Go-Go Boy Pie. This one needs to be seen to be believed – although it sure turned out, delightful.

If you’d like to make this goodness at home just follow these simple directions:
For Pie You Will Need:

1 15 oz can of canned pumpkin

3/4C Brown Sugar Splenda

3 Eggs

3/4C Heavy Cream

Pinch of Salt

1t cinnamon

2t pumpkin pie spice

To Make Pie:

1. Preheat oven to 350

2. Combine all ingredient in a bowl and mix well

3. Pour into a well greased pie pan

4. Bake for 50 minutes

5. Place on cooling rack for AT LEAST 20 minutes before serrrving.

6. Top with whipped cream.

For Whipped Cream You Will Need:

2C Heavy Whipping Cream

3t vanilla

2t Stevia

To Make Cream:

1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl

2. Whip to stiff peaks

3. Top on pie

 

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!! Youre welcome!

 

 

 

Ep 13: Spilling the Tea Biscuits w Michael Musto (3.5g carbs)

Hi Again Kiki Kids!

This week im serrrrving up an extra tasty treat that’s so simple you wont even believe it. My Spilling the Tea Biscuits! Perfect for your next kiki!!

And who better to come over and spill the tea other than Village Voice columnist and notorious NYC nightlife fixture Michael Musto!

Mr. Musto had a lot to dish and serrrve about and he spilled the tea on the upcoming Glammy Awards, a yearly event that honors the best in NYC nightlife!

He also shared with us how incredibly lonely he is.

If you would like to make these at home it’s so easy. Just follow the instructions below, pour some tea, and be ready to spill!

You Will Need:

1/2 Cup Brown Sugar Splenda

1/2 Cup Peanut Butter

1 Egg

1/4 Cup Coconut Flour

20 Almonds
To Make Biscuits:

1. Combine first 4 ingredients in bowl with a fork

2. Roll into 20 evenly sized balls and place on greased baking sheet

3. Press down with fork in both directions to form latticed cookies

4. Press almond in center of cookie

5. Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes

6. Remove from oven and cool on wire rack for 5 minutes before serrrrrrrrving.

ENJOY!!