Last week I posted some great tips for how to maintain your keto willpower over the holidays. This week I want to show you how you can change your own holiday feasts from carbage nightmare to keto masterpiece. Like so:
These two beauties were created by our own Linda McFarland, an administrator of the Ketogenic Success Facebook Group. It just goes to show that no only can you eat keto foods for the holidays, you can get creative and have fun with it!
I’ve compiled a list of links to keto-friendly recipes, from all over the web, to help you get started. The vast majority of these have been tested out by various members of the Facebook group, or by myself.
Without further ado, here they are.
Rolled and Stuffed Pork Loin (I recommend using fresh cranberries , if you can find them)
Green Bean Casserole (This is favorite in my house. I recommend halving the amount of heavy cream for a less runny end product.)
Roasted Pecan Green Beans (Another one I have personally tried and greatly enjoyed.)
Pan Roasted Radishes (I love these pan roasted in bacon drippings!)
Jalapeno Popper Cauliflower Casserole (This is a dinner staple in my house.)
Cheese and Chive Souffle (This was a winner at our annual Easter celebration.)
Rolls/Bread (pro-tip: Several of these would make a great bread replacement in your favorite stuffing recipe)
Garlic Parmesan Knots (These were a hit with my kids.)
Bits and Bites
Mandy’s Pumpkin Custard (a ketofied version of my mother’s own recipe)
Chocolate Peppermint Ganache Pie (I loved this!)
Eggnog Bread (I made this to give as gifts and got raves.)
Pumpkin Tiramisu (This one is excellent.)
For the Cookie Bake