Use this list of easy keto holiday recipes as a guide for healthy holiday menu planning. Stick to low-carb meal ideas this holiday season and stay on track with your keto diet goals. There are many savory meats, vegetable side dishes, and sugar-free desserts to enjoy with friends and family.
Keto Thanksgiving and Christmas Menus
Navigate this festive season with healthy holiday meals and prepare by arming yourself with the right tools – lots of delicious ideas.
Browse the recipes and get ready to set your table with a beautiful, bountiful harvest spread.
Here are 135 low-carb recipes for your ketogenic celebrations. Indeed, that’s enough to last all winter long.
Keto-Friendly Holiday Recipes
Is this your first keto holiday season? Don’t worry; you can avoid falling off the wagon and giving in to high-carb temptations. I have so many easy recipes to recommend – you’re sure to celebrate in style and don’t need to gain a single pound.
Plus, now that keto is so popular, I can’t think of a single recipe that hasn’t already received a makeover with keto macros.
I constantly turn to my cookbook, The Ultimate Guide to Low-Carb Baking, for grain-free and sugar-free treats to share with friends and family. Having this book makes me feel prepared for any special event, brunch, or holiday dinner. If you don’t already have a copy, I recommend you buy one now!
Sharing keto recipes with work colleagues and loved ones is one way of bridging the gap between different diet types. These recipes are so great no one will know they are low-carb! I love seeing the surprised look on people’s faces once they try keto meals, baked goods in particular, and realize they don’t have to taste like cardboard! It’s such a victory.
Low-Carb Holiday Recipes for Dinner
The longer you remain on track with low-carb eating, the easier it is to ignore sugar cravings and feel comfortable about high-carb food, even during the holidays. Focus on your goals and your WHY. Why are you eating low-carb? What symptoms does this diet help you manage? Is it worth a few moments of mouth pleasure if they flair up again? Hmm… usually not.
No matter how many years you’ve already been keto during the holidays, it never hurts to have extra recipe inspiration and plan ahead. That old saying, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” rings true in many situations, including holiday meal prep.
Let’s dot the “i”s and cross all the “t”s by planning a dinner to remember. Browse through these collections of easy Thanksgiving and Christmas appetizers, sides, entrees, and desserts. Of course, we want the whole shabang.
Last but not least, what’s a list of low-carb Christmas recipes without keto Christmas cookies? I think I’ll go for the jam thumbprint cookies this year.