While I have to admit that I haven’t been living the keto lifestyle religiously these days, I still try to make low carb choices most of the time. With Thanksgiving just days away, here are some low carb Thanksgiving recipes to help you (and me) stay on track over the holidays.
Mushroom caps can be dressed up so many different ways. These cream cheese stuffed mushroom caps make a great keto appetizer for your holiday dinners.
Low carb doesn’t mean low taste or low options! You can offer a cheese and cracker platter without including lots of carbs when you make these buttery garlic seed crackers.
This kale pumpkin salad is not only full of nutrients and flavours, it’s also a colourful dish to brighten up the table!
Pumpkin? Yes please! Bread? Is there anything sweeter to a low carb dieter’s ear? This low carb pumpkin spice bread recipe is on my “must try” list.
Cauliflower is a staple in the low carb lifestyle but that doesn’t mean it’s boring. This loaded cauliflower casserole looks incredible and would be a crowd pleaser for the holidays.
Another great side dish for low carb meals is zucchini. It is a versatile vegetable that can be prepared in many different ways. This fried zucchini would taste great with your turkey dinner.
Another delicious Thanksgiving side dish to serve your low carb guests is brussel sprouts. These instant pot brussel sprouts will make it easy to prepare them as well.
Baked Yellow Squash Noodles and Cheese
Mix up the typical squash dish with this baked yellow squash noodles and cheese recipe. A great alternative to mashed potatoes or served alongside them too.
Green bean casserole is always on my Thanksgiving table but this year I plan to try this low carb recipe. Celebrating Thanksgiving dinner is not going to mean I toss all caution to the wind!
Is it even Thanksgiving without a pumpkin dessert? Not in my house! This low carb pumpkin cheesecake pie is also on the list of recipes I will be trying out this weekend.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving and let me know if you try any of these recipes!