Cooking easter keto recipes



If you’re like most families, Easter Sunday is the first family gathering you’ve had since the end of the busy holiday season. Now that everyone has had a chance to miss one another again, it’s time to sit down and enjoy the holiday along with some delicious home cooking.

 

For those following the keto diet, any holiday that involves food can get stressful as you dodge the carb-loaded temptations. Why not take charge of the kitchen this year? You can prepare a family dinner that is both healthy, delicious, and keto-friendly. Here are several Easter keto recipes for you to try this weekend.

 

Keto Donuts Glazed with Coconut Butter

keto coconut butter glazed donuts

Give yourself a chance to indulge without the carb guilt. Make these keto donuts in the morning and snack on them as you prepare the other recipes on our list. Featuring 15 grams of healthy fats, 7 grams of protein, and only 4 net carbs per keto doughnut, this is a keto snack to enjoy while playing chef.

Check out the recipe.

 

Caesar Salad Nest

keto caesar salad in the nest

Start the meal off right with a healthy Caesar salad but add a twist to it. These Caesar salad nests are made from Parmesan cheese! Plenty of fat, protein, and greens without the worry of breaking ketosis. This is an appetizer everyone will be asking you to make again.




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Keto Tuna Salad

keto tuna salad

For those looking for something more simple and traditional, our keto tuna salad fits the bill. Packed with avocado mayonnaise, this keto tuna salad is a great starter or side dish.

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Low-Carb Mashed Turnips

mashed turnip

Our first official side dish on the list looks and tastes like mashed potatoes, but fortunately for the keto dieter in the family, it’s made with low-carb turnips. The best thing is that your family won’t know the difference.

Check out the recipe.

 

Keto Green Bean Casserole

Keto Green Bean Casserole

Holiday dinners aren’t the same without a green bean casserole. Our keto green bean casserole has all the healthy fats and protein you need. But at five net carbs per quarter-cup serving, this is a dish to watch out for to ensure you don’t break ketosis. One no-carb topping you can add is bacon!

Check out the recipe.

 

Keto Maple Glazed Ham

Keto Maple Glazed Ham

Now for the main course: a traditional holiday ham. Covered in a sweet but sugar-free maple syrup, this keto ham is the perfect balance of sweet and savory. Consider putting it in your slow cooker if you have the time. But if you’re in a rush, our recipe only takes an hour.

 

Which Keto Easter Recipes Will You Cook?

Have your own keto-friendly holiday recipes? Share them with us below.




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