If you didn’t already know, I am a big fan of MC Chris. I was able to see him live…
If you have been following my blog and social media at all, you know I have been living the low carb and keto lifestyle for about a year now. Yes, I cheat here and there, but I pretty much stay on track. So when my family and I went on a Disney Cruise I knew I had to make keto work for me. It was actually a lot easier than I expected. Sure I had a milkshake or a dessert here and there, but I didn’t binge out on them. And if you wanted to stay strictly keto while onboard, Disney is very accommodating.
You guys probably already know that I am a Disney Vacation Club member. I have mastered the FastPass+ at Walt Disney World even getting 16 FastPasses over 3 parks in one day before. But Disneyland is a whole different animal. So when I first heard about the MaxPass (and the fact that is was only $10), well, I knew I had to try it out and see if it was worth it. Well, it is. Hands down. And here is why!
I have been more or less living the keto lifestyle since January 2018. Even while on vacation I try to stay as much on the “keto diet” as I can. Of course I allow myself cheats here and there. I wrote an article about eating keto at Disney World, but now I want to share with you my five favorite keto meals there. I never miss out on these when I visit, because they are super delicious and approved for my way of eating. A win win!
When Disney’s The Nutcracker and The Four Realms hit theaters last year, the timing never worked out for me to go see it. So I was really excited when an advance copy showed up at my doorstep to watch with my family. Not only is the movie magical and beautiful, the story is great as well. My young daughters were glued to the TV screen while it was on and loved every second of it. Then we had to check out my favorite part of a home release, the bonus features. Trust me when I say The Nutcracker and the Four Realms is a must pick up for families!
One of my favorite past times is playing video games. A lot of great games have come out this year, and I quickly became addicted to Red Dead Redemption 2. I am a total completionist when it comes to gaming, so that is why I have a love/hate relationship with it. Part of me wants to finish the story and see what is going to happen next while the other part of me wants to collect every single plant and complete every single side mission.
My husband and I have been eating keto for a year now, and we are always trying to come up with new recipes that the whole family will enjoy. These low carb keto baked turkey roll-ups are one of those. My 7 year old will ask for them by now at least once a month. I love that I can customize these on an individual basis to fit my family’s preferences. For example, I put no sauce in my youngest daughter’s roll-ups, extra sauce in my oldest daughter’s, and fresh basil in my husbands! This way every one gets what they enjoy.