Keto Apple PieBy Ketogenic.comYour holiday feast isn't complete without dessert, and this keto apple pie topped with buttery crumble is sure impress your dinner guests. Pair your slice of pie with a keto coffee, glass of red wine, or with low-carb, keto vanilla ice cream for an incredible treat! Cauliflower BrainBy Ketogenic.comRoasted and covered in keto dipping sauce, this roasted whole cauliflower is a fun side dish for your Halloween party but makes a tasty addition to any meal.S’mores Keto Crepe–Halloween Edition!By Ketogenic.comIf you're in the mood for a decadent after-dinner treat, this Halloween-inspired keto crepe will not disappoint, and the festive colors are fitting for an autumn gathering. Even if you don't have a traditional crepe griddle, you can still prepare this dish using a standard non-stick pan. Jack-O-Lantern Stuffed Bell PeppersBy Ketogenic.comIf you're looking for an original dish to take to a Halloween party, or if you'd like to get your kids involved in the kitchen, these Jack-o-lantern stuffed bell peppers will do the trick. These keto-friendly peppers can be a filling meal on their own, or they pair nicely with a crisp side salad. Harry Potter’s Butter BeerBy Ketogenic.comYou don't need to travel to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter to sample this buttery beverage--it can be prepared in your own kitchen with ingredients to align with your keto macros. While you can enjoy butter beer as a cold drink, this warmer version is perfect for fall weather. Halloween Chocolate MousseBy Ketogenic.comThis Halloween-themed chocolate mousse is the perfect keto treat this season! It is packed full of rich, creamy chocolate flavor without any of the added sugar! The best part about this keto dessert is that it has less than 2g net carbs per serving!
Enjoy this chocolate mousse recipe as is, or have fun and garnish with your favorite keto toppings! If you're looking to stay on the Halloween theme, we recommend crushed keto cookies and a ghost meringue cookie. If you're searching for a sweet chocolate treat that also packs a tangy, fruity punch, try adding additional whipped cream and raspberries on top! Carnivore Beef StroganoffBy Ketogenic.comIf you are following the carnivore diet, then you need to try this simple carnivore beef stroganoff! It is creamy, savory, and delicious! If you are not a strict carnivore, try adding in onion, parsley, and garlic! If you are just a regular ketogenic dieter, try serving this recipe with your favorite keto pasta (like shirataki noodles or heart of palm noodles) or keto veggies (like cauliflower rice or zoodles).Keto Shrimp CocktailBy Ketogenic.comThis keto shrimp cocktail recipe is the perfect appetizer for your Halloween-themed movie night! The cocktail dipping sauce is simple to make and you purchase pre-cooked shrimp, this entire recipe will take you less than 5 minutes to make! Plus it's packed with both flavor and protein!Keto Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken BreastBy Ketogenic.comThis keto cream cheese and spinach stuffed chicken breast recipe is the perfect way to get in your veggies and protein! The cream cheese and mayo mixture helps keep the chicken moist and tender, while the seasonings add a perfect punch so that the chicken is both delicious and healthy! Enjoy this stuffed chicken breast alone or with a side of your favorite veggies!Witches Brew (Sausage and Bacon Keto Soup)By Ketogenic.comCelebrate the spooky season with this delicious Witches Brew soup! This brilliant keto concoction is made from chicken broth, bacon, sausage, and kale. It packs all the flavor of a traditional fall soup- without the fright of the added carbohydrates! Keto Stuffed CabbageBy Ketogenic.comThis stuffed cabbage recipe is just like grandma's with one key difference- it's low carb and keto friendly! Rather than using rice, this recipe uses cauliflower rice fried with garlic and onions. Pair that with savory meat, tomatoes, and Italian seasonings and you nto only have yourself a delicious keto meal prep, but also a micronutrient packed dish!Carnivore Beef Liver PateBy Ketogenic.comThis beef liver pate recipe is the perfect low-carb, high-fat, moderate-protein, and nutrient-packed meal! If you are not following a strict carnivore diet, try adding in seasonings like rosemary, thyme, garlic powder, and black pepper. Enjoy this liver pate alone, or with keto bread, celery sticks, or keto crackers!Keto Tofu: The Easiest Vegan Keto Meal!By Ketogenic.comIt only takes 5 minutes to have a delicious, plant-based, protein-backed dinner! Enjoy this keto mala tofu by itself or served with your favorite low-carb noodles.Carnivore Beef StewBy Ketogenic.comIf you are following the carnivore diet, then we have a delicious, nutrient-packed beef stew recipe for you! If you aren't a carnivore, you can still enjoy this recipe! Try adding onions, celery, rosemary, garlic powder, and onion powder for a delicious not-quite-carnivore, but still low-carb/keto beef stew!Sesame Shirataki NoodlesBy Ketogenic.comThese sesame shirataki noodles are keto, vegan, gluten-free, egg-free, and dairy-free! Enjoy this plant-based dish alone or with a side of your favorite protein source!Keto Tofu ScrambleBy Ketogenic.comBeing keto and vegan can be tough, but this tofu scramble recipe makes it a little bit easier! This tofu scramble is the perfect low-carb vegan/ vegetarian meal prep! Ham And Cheese Egg MuffinsBy Ketogenic.comThese ham and cheese egg muffins are the perfect low-carb, quick and easy keto breakfast! They are easy to prepare and perfect for meal prep! Plus, you can add in your favorite ingredients (like spinach or bacon) to change up the flavor!Keto Pumpkin PieBy Ketogenic.comDid you know that the average slice of pumpkin pie has 25g of sugar? This pie may be a fall staple, but you traditionally need to stay away from it on the ketogenic diet. Luckily, you don't have to go without the classic thanksgiving treat this year. We have created a delicious keto pumpkin pie recipe that the whole family will enjoy!Keto Nut Clusters with PecansBy Ketogenic.comThese keto nut clusters are simple to make, take less than 5 ingredients, and are the perfect low-carb sweet treat! Keto Chicken Broccoli Casserole With Cheesy “Rice”By Ketogenic.comWho doesn't love cheesy chicken and broccoli casserole? This comforting casserole is typically served with rice; but luckily, there are plenty of low-carb alternatives! This recipe uses broccoli rice (can be substituted for cauliflower rice), chicken breast, cheese, broccoli cheddar soup, and heavy cream to create the perfect keto chicken broccoli casserole!
Normally, this recipe would also use a condensed cheddar soup or cream of chicken soup; however, these condensed soups have added starches that are packed full of hidden carbs. In fact, most condensed soups aren't keto-friendly. That's why we recommend using pre-made keto broccoli and cheddar soup or making your own so that you know it's safe to eat!
This recipe can also be made in an instant pot or with an air-fryer (cooking the chicken that is). At less than 4g of net carbs per serving, this keto chicken broccoli casserole is also perfect for weekly meal prep!Keto Chai Tea LatteBy Ketogenic.comSkip the trip to Starbucks and try a keto chai tea latte at home! This recipe is super simple, only requires 6 ingredients, and takes less than 15 minutes to make! And the best part? It isn't loaded with sugar like the Starbucks version! A tall chai tea latte from Starbucks has 190 calories, 32g of sugar, and 3.5g of fat (as normally prepared). This recipe has less than 20 calories and only 0.1 grams of net carbohydrates (less than 1g of carbs total)! Keto Chocolate Covered Almonds (Only 3 Ingredients)By Ketogenic.comThese keto chocolate covered almonds are the perfect sweet treat. The nutty flavor of almonds pairs perfectly with the rich and decadent flavor of chocolate. Enjoy the recipe as is or to save time, try making chocolate covered almond clusters! Simply add multiple almonds in a cluster to a parchment-lined baking sheet and drizzle the melted chocolate over top. Allow to harden in the fridge and you'll have delicious keto chocolate covered almond clusters!Keto Banana Bread (With Real Bananas and Walnuts)By Ketogenic.comYes, bananas are not typically seen as keto-friendly. In fact, one large banana has around 30 grams of carbohydrates. That being said, as with most things, it's all about moderation. While this recipe does use a real banana, it uses one banana for an entire loaf of bread! Banana packs a lot of flavor and moisture into just one fruit, so it can be diluted in keto-friendly ingredients, while still providing delicious flavor. This recipe combines the sweet flavor of a super-ripe (almost mushy) banana with the healthy fats in butter, eggs, walnuts, and almond flour!Keto Fried Cheesecake BitesBy Ketogenic.comCraving something sweet on keto? Try these crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside keto fried cheesecake bites! These air-fried bites are simple to make but taste amazing! Try them as is, or dipped in keto strawberry sauce, or melted keto chocolate!Flourless Chocolate Cake (Keto and Gluten-Free)By Ketogenic.comWho doesn't love a soft and smooth flourless chocolate cake? Adding in ingredients like avocado, butter, and eggs makes this flourless cake rich and moist, while also maintaining the light springy texture of a cake. This keto version of a flourless chocolate cake uses erythritol and sugar-free chocolate chips to keep the carb count low. And with only ~4g of net carbs per slice, you're definitely going to want to make this recipe as soon as possible!
Note: almond butter can be substituted for peanut butter in this recipe
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