Carrie Brown knew, from a young age, that she was gifted as a baker. Growing up in England, she practiced in her home kitchen for what she wanted as a career. And after graduating from a renowned culinary academy, she traveled across the world working in restaurants and boutique bakeries for years.
But then she started to feel a bit off. Unhealthy. And she began to notice some weight gain.
And that bothered her. It was a problem, not just because she didn’t want to be unhealthy or overweight, it was a problem because she didn’t want to give up her passion. She was a world-class baker and she didn’t want to lose that.
So she looked around to find a way to resolve the issue. And she read Good Calories, Bad Calories by Gary Taubes. Then she met Jonathan Bailor, author of The Calorie Myth. And she dove headlong into the lchf/keto way of life.
And then she felt like she needed to find a way to mix her newfound healthy lifestyle with her passion for baking.
And her life was forever changed when she successfully made her first keto-friendly item. And she was hooked.
Carrie is a perfectionist, and has strict standards that she adheres to when she creates her recipes. She has a reputation from her fans of someone who, if she publishes it, it’s going to be awesome. She’s written several recipe books:
(P.S. You should check out the ice cream one).
Also, she’s a hoot to talk to.
You can find out more about Carrie at her website (http://www.carriebrown.com)