01 Sep The Best Keto Thanksgiving Recipes
Last Updated on December 11, 2019
A roundup of the best Keto Thanksgiving recipes from the blog! #ketothanksgiving #lowcarbthanksgiving #farmsteadchic #ketoholidaymealplan #lowcarbholidaymealplan
Happy November! It’s that time of year again! The time when you find yourself in a whirlwind of family get-togethers, parties, tailgates, hayrides, bonfires, and oh, yes, the food. Did I mention the food? Lots of food. Food that most likely doesn’t fit in with your low carb, keto way of life.
Over the years, Thanksgiving was always my “cheat day” no matter what diet I was on at the time. There’s just no way to enjoy the big holidays without stretching the rules a little, right? Wrong! Last year, I had my first Very Keto Thanksgiving, and I already have a holiday menu in the works for this year as well consisting of only the very best Keto Thanksgiving Recipes.
Below are some of my most favorite, best Keto Thanksgiving Recipes. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
This Keto Cheesy Sausage and Jalapeño Breakfast Casserole is the perfect way to start off your Thanksgiving day! Prepare it the night before so you can focus on your Best Keto Thanksgiving recipes on the big day.
Because, what’s a top Keto Thanksgiving Recipes list without the obligatory Keto Green Bean Casserole, right?
And well, turkey. This juicy Keto Turkey Breast is slow cooked over a bed of sliced onions and infused with oranges and autumn spices.
This Keto Leftover Turkey “Noodle” Casserole is a yummy, cheesy and creamy way to use your turkey leftovers while changing things up a bit.
This is one of my top family BBQ/get-together/party/potluck/holiday Keto recipes. The dill and cilantro in this chilled Keto Potato Salad (Fauxtato Salad) offset all of the many, many other hot and heavy holiday dishes.
This Keto Broccoli Casserole recipe tastes almost identical to the one my grandma used to make, minus the breadcrumbs on top. I was a weird kid, and broccoli casserole was always my favorite Thanksgiving dish. Because it holds a special place in my heart, it was the first holiday recipe I converted to keto and just had to make my Best Keto Thanksgiving list!
This Keto Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup is a must-make for the Keto Green Bean Casserole and the Keto Broccoli Casserole mentioned above. In fact, you can substitute it in any casserole that calls for a can of Campbell’s Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup. However, if you’re looking for a light, incredibly tasty, flavor-filled low carb soup, you’ll want to try the non-condensed version of this Keto Cream of Mushroom Soup. Even my soup-hating husband devoured it, claiming it was one of the best soups he’d ever tasted!
Ahhhhh, dessert. This Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake combines my favorite dessert (cheesecake) with my favorite Thanksgiving dessert (pumpkin pie). It’s just incredible and tops the list of my Best Keto Thanksgiving recipes!
Once the meal is over and the house is quiet, this Keto Peppermint Mocha will put a pep back in your step after all that turkey. Peppermint can be helpful for upset tummies as well!
Don’t forget to save these very best keto Thanksgiving recipes for your holiday meal plan!
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