If you are looking for some quick and easy recipes for this year’s Thanksgiving, you’ve come to right place! Here are some quick and simple low-carb and keto recipes to consider for your Thanksgiving dinner menu.
Without large family or friend gatherings, this year’s Thanksgiving is likely to be more low-key for many of us. Although we sure will miss seeing friends and family, we plan to keep things simple and easy in the kitchen this year. For us, that means making quick and easy low-carb and keto dishes throughout Thanksgiving Day -- some traditional and some not-so traditional, just to keep it interesting.
We wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!
A fall keto cheese plate is such a fun and simple way to celebrate Thanksgiving. This simple autumn cheese board includes select cheeses and meats, keto crackers, pickles, radishes and cucumbers. It's a great snack or appetizer. Click here for preparation and nutrition information.
We love these keto Boursin cheese and prosciutto stuffed mushrooms since their incredibly tasty and flavorful due to the combination of herbed cheese, roasted mushrooms, sliced prosciutto and chopped chives. This low-carb and keto appetizer is simple, elegant and quick to make. Click here for recipe and nutrition information.
This keto-friendly, roasted delicata squash salad with feta, arugula, pepitas and sliced red onion is one of our favorite fall salads. And it's an ideal low-carb and keto Thanksgiving side dish since it's so yummy and quick and easy to make. Click here for recipe and nutrition information.
This perfect keto stuffing — with store-bought keto bread, mushrooms, celery, sage, thyme, sausage and lots of butter — tastes like the real deal! We also love this keto stuffing since it is quick and easy to make (30 total minutes), just 8 ingredients, and uses one pan. Click here for recipe and nutrition information.
This keto spatchcock chicken with thyme, rosemary and garlic is so easy to make and it turns out wonderfully juicy with golden, crisp skin. We plan to serve this as the main dish at our simple, low-key Thanksgiving this year. If you haven't made spatchcock chicken, you should see how simple it is — and it's absolutely worth it. Click here for recipe and nutrition information.
This delicious 5-minute steamed broccoli with lemon garlic butter is such a light and refreshing vegetable side dish. Steaming broccoli in the microwave is one of the quickest and easiest ways to prepare broccoli -- and one of the healthiest. You cannot go wrong this full-proof recipe. Click here for recipe and nutrition information.
This 5-minute keto parmesan asparagus recipe uses the microwave for steaming, which makes it deliciously tender-crisp. And the toppings -- butter, parmesan, red pepper flakes and lemon juice -- take it to the next level. Every time we make this dish, we have no problem finishing it. Click here for recipe and nutrition information.
We went through many iterations to create the best keto pumpkin chocolate chip bread. This easy, sugar-free and grain-free pumpkin bread recipe is incredibly moist and tasty and only takes 10 quick minutes to prepare. A slice of this chocolaty pumpkin loaf is perfect for breakfast, as a snack, or as a dessert. Click here for recipe and nutrition information.
We love this keto maple pecan cheesecake since it’s smooth and creamy with sweet maple undertones and a crunchy pecan crust. We have a hard time pacing ourselves when eating this keto cheesecake since it’s so addicting and delicious. It's such a heavenly keto Thanksgiving dessert. Click here for recipe and nutrition information.
Try something new this Thanksgiving with this keto and sugar-free pumpkin halwa (a pudding-like dessert in India). This delicious and cozy dessert (think warm pumpkin pudding), which is made with REAL pumpkin, is such a yummy fall treat and dessert. It's easy and quick to make too -- we love it! Click here for recipe and nutrition information.