Serve this low-carb stuffing for Thanksgiving and you’ll be nourishing the whole crowd with a healthy, grain-free and gluten-free side.
Stuffing is such a classic Thanksgiving side. My gluten-free, grain-free remake preserves all the best flavors with clever swaps to keep the ingredients keto friendly. With a little know how, you’ll be fluently adapting all your favorite high carb recipes to low-carb alternatives.
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A Ketogenic Thanksgiving
Holidays should be about quality time with family and friends, put the focus on meaningful interaction rather than food. Prepare yourself with a strategy of how to navigate the table – fill up on protein and keto sides. Eat the steaks, so you don’t eat the cakes. If you are going to a big get together, bring your own keto/carnivore dish to share. Adding your own dish to the table ensures you have something to eat and may inspire others to follow your dietary lead.
I like using keto baked goods as “bridges” to introduce friends and family to our delicious keto foods. Selecting foods that are “too good to be true” (but really are!) is a fun strategy to surprise people and show them (in a nonthreatening way) the potential of healthy foods.
More Keto Thanksgiving Recipe Ideas:
Breads & Rolls:
- Keto Biscuits with Thyme and Cheese
- BEST All-purpose Keto Bread (baked in muffin tins for dinner rolls)
- Savory Low-Carb Muffins
- Curry Cabbage Pancakes with Yogurt Sauce
Veggies & Sides:
- Homemade Pickled Eggs
- Creamy Cauliflower Mash
- Braised Veggies
- Coconut Cream of Pumpkin Soup (Dairy-Free)
- Easy Keto Frittata with Cheesy Swiss Chard and Mushroom Filling
- Fried Cabbage and Sausage Skillet
- Walnut Cardamom Sugar-Free White Chocolate
- Macadamia Nut Keto Coffee Cake with Maple Buttercream Frosting
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