If you’re a vegetarian or vegan, enjoy this quick and easy 5-minute keto vegan tofu recipe. You only need seven ingredients, including coconut aminos, avocado oil, black vinegar, and extra firm silken tofu.
Pair your turkey or tofu with a classic winter side dish of maple-roasted butternut squash and pecans. This side dish adds sage, cinnamon, and keto maple syrup for sweetness. Top your dish with goat cheese or feta cheese.
Butternut Squash, Sausage, and Kale Quiche
The refined grain flour pastry crust takes most quiches off the keto menu, but this butternut squash, sausage, and kale quiche can most definitely have a place on your keto dining table. The flavors are so delicious you won’t even miss the pastry. You’ll need an hour and seven simple ingredients to enjoy this quiche.
Green Onion Keto Beef Roast
A nutritious, juicy, meaty beef roast fills you up on any winter’s day, especially when it’s slow-cooked in your crockpot with bone broth, green onion, olive oil, and flavorful herbs. You’ll need ten minutes of prep time and your crock pot does the rest for you over eight hours of slow cooking to yield a tender beef roast.
Cranberry Sauce Meatballs
This festive, wintery 30-minute cranberry sauce meatballs recipe won’t let you down. While you bake your meatballs in the oven, you can turn your attention to the cranberry sauce made with frozen cranberries, keto maple syrup, and other ingredients.
Pair your cranberry sauce meatballs with this low-carb radishes au gratin–a fitting replacement for the traditional wintery side dish of potatoes au gratin. Potatoes are typically off-limits for keto dieters, but this radishes au gratin provides plenty of flavors and the starchy richness of potatoes without all the carbs.