Crafting keto thanksgiving recipes is a fantastic way to enjoy all the seasonal dishes and stay on track with your nutritional goals.
Just because you live on keto dinners and healthy recipes doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in awesome holiday flavors…
Using low carb recipes for these seasonal dishes allows you to not skip a beat over the holidays! Serve them to your guests and they’ll have NO IDEA they’re low carb! (Trust me, it’s my favorite game…). Not to mention, the leftovers for incredible healthy dinner ideas!
Here are some of my best low carb Thanksgiving recipes… let’s get cookin’!
Keto Green Bean Casserole
It just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without keto green bean casserole! This hearty side dish is reminiscent of the traditional dish and it’s a super tasty keto Thanksgiving recipe.
There are plenty of nutritious green beans, a creamy sauce, and a crunchy topping to finish it off.
Now this one isn’t common, but once you taste the amazing layers of flavor in this cauliflower stuffing you won’t want it prepared any other way!
This dish comes together quickly, and it steals the spotlight every time. If developing flavor is an art, then this dish is a masterpiece!
Smashed Brussel Sprouts
Serving smashed brussel sprouts is the best way to deliver incredible texture and flavor in a single dish. Never mind that it’s crazy nutritious!
These delicious little veggies pack a flavorful punch with their slightly brown edges and sweet balance of complex flavor. Once you taste them you’ll wonder why you waited so long!
Making mashed cauliflower may or may not be new for you, but it’s simply sensational!
Cauliflower is one of nature’s superfoods and it’s got the creamy buttery flavor to prove it. This lightly salted dish is often used in place of mashed potatoes, and I actually prefer it over a bowl of spuds!!
Keto Butternut Squash Soup
Cooking up a batch of creamy keto butternut squash soup only takes a few minutes and you’ll be ohh so glad you did!
The smooth rich flavors make the perfect prelude to a holiday dinner but it’s solid enough to be a tasty lunch all by itself. You’ll sink further and further into your own delicious world with every velvety bite.
Keto Pumpkin Bread
Baking keto pumpkin bread gives you a quick and easy snack or dessert that’s ready when you are.
This delicious bread bakes up moist and fluffy in just a few minutes. It has a warm sweet pumpkin flavor that just gets better with a cold glass of milk or a piping hot cup of coffee.
Keto Pumpkin Pie
Making keto pumpkin pie is like opening the doors to the delicious Thanksgiving kingdom!
It’s warm, sweet and decadent with just the right amount of holiday spice. That heavenly pumpkin custard just calls to me and I can’t help but answer the call…
Keto Apple Pie
Oh yeah, I went there! Living a low carb lifestyle doesn’t mean you have to skip the apple pie at Thanksgiving…
You just need to make that sweet delicacy using my keto apple pie recipe. Apple pie for dessert is the quintessential low carb Thanksgiving recipe and it just doesn’t get any better.
Serve it up with some keto ice cream recipe, and you’re good to go!
Psst – Have your friends and family try to guess what the filling is made of! (I haven’t had a single person figure it out!)
Keto Pumpkin Muffins
Moist fluffy keto pumpkin muffins are so good you’ll forget they’re low carb. These little babies are absolutely fantastic and they’re perfect for baking with the kiddos too.
That sweet decadent flavor tempered with warm pumpkin spice makes it hard to eat just one.
Keto Pecan Pie
Enjoying keto pecan pie with a sugar free pumpkin spice latte is literally the perfect way to wrap up Thanksgiving dinner.
Your taste buds will be so busy bathing in that super sweet flavor, the pecans on top are like the icing on the cake. Even those on a traditional diet plan will enjoy the rich decadence of this candy-coated confection!
Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte
Learning to make a keto pumpkin spice latte means you can drive right by that coffee shop without the frowny face!
This warm creamy blend of holiday spice will help you reset and regroup after a hectic day. It’s also ideal for closing out the holiday meal and slow sipping while you visit with the fam!