If you’re following the Keto diet this holiday season, it doesn’t mean giving up taste and traditional holiday flavors. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth!
I’ve compiled a yummy list of recipes, fit for any holiday feast. Whether you want to serve soup, salad, veggies, a main dish or dessert, these options have you covered. I can almost guarantee that these dishes will satisfy non-dieters as well.
PS: Don’t forget to make my first attempt at a keto dessert: Keto Pecan Pie Fudge
It’s so important to stay healthy or make the decision to get healthier. One of the keys to success is preparing tasty recipes that you incorporate into your menu again and again. And, all of these allow you to do just that!
What is Christmas without cheesecake? Serve this one with strawberries or raspberries on top for more of a holiday feel.
I love the look of this veggie platter! Broccoli, tomatoes and rosemary… oh my!
Why serve turkey or ham, when you can serve pork tenderloin instead? This one turns a Christmas dinner into a Christmas feast.
Brussels sprouts and bacon go very well together. The addition of cranberries gives this dish just the right amount of sweetness.
If you’ve never had the pleasure of snacking on baked brie, you really don’t know what you’re missing! Give this recipe a shot… it’s probably easier to prepare than you think.
Say goodbye to traditional green bean casserole. Say hello to this yummy burnt-butter version instead.
The first word that comes to mind when I look at these salad bites is “festive.” Purchase the required honey goat cheese at an ALDI near you.
Are you looking for a basic sugar cookie recipe? These cookies are perfect for dipping milk, hot chocolate, coffee or tea.
Homemade crabcakes kick this recipe up a notch. I officially dare you to eat just one!
This tasty broccoli cheese soup is the perfect Christmas (lunch) or dinner appetizer. If you ever notice that broccoli looks a bit like a Christmas tree?