For Keto Zone dieters, Thanksgiving Day can feel like a nightmare. How are you supposed to stay in ketosis when you’re surrounded by unhealthy foods? The holiday ends up turning into a chore, only leading to either feeling miserable or giving up completely.
But believe it or not, you can make your entire Turkey Day meal keto-friendly! That’s right– the entire meal. From stuffing to pumpkin pie to leftovers, every top Keto Zone Thanksgiving recipe you need this year is down below.
Secret Ingredient: Keto Zone Thanksgiving Stuffing uses hemp heart seeds to replace the grains found in a typical stuffing recipe. These low-carb seeds offer amazing health benefits, like promoting anti-inflammatory processes, improving metabolic conditions, and providing a healthy dose of protein, vitamin E, and minerals. (1,2)
Green beans are very nutritious and can even go on to reduce your risk of chronic illnesses and cancer. (3) They’re easy to digest, aid bone health, and are a great keto-friendly vegetable to add to your diet. (4, 5) However, the standard green bean casserole recipe is loaded with ultra-processed soups and high carbs, diminishing its overall nutritional benefits.
Try this keto Healthy Green Bean Casserole recipe!
Unfortunately, most gravy recipes call for flour or starches as thickening agents, and although it makes for some thick gravy, those ingredients aren’t keto-approved. You’re in luck though! This Keto Zone Thanksgiving Gravy recipe uses chopped onion and egg yolks instead, and it tastes just as good. (If not better!)
We all know potatoes are a no-go for keto, but this doesn’t mean you have to cut out your favorite side dish completely.
Alternatively, use cauliflower with this Keto Zone Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes recipe. Not only is it the perfect low-carb substitute, but it also includes a high fiber content that increases digestive health and helps weight loss. You definitely won’t be missing real potatoes anytime soon. (6,7,8)
To some, pumpkin pie is one of those staples that have to make it to the table, otherwise, it’s no Thanksgiving. However, it contains ingredients that can spike your blood sugar and knock you out of ketosis, ruining your fat-burning state.
Thankfully, the Keto Zone Pumpkin Pie recipe is here to save the day. With only 4 grams of carbohydrates per serving, you can still enjoy your favorite dessert without any nasty health concerns.
Fresh veggies, anyone? This Keto Zone Carrot Cake is a two for one: a delicious dessert with health benefits. If you’re not a pie fan, this should be your ultimate go-to sweet treat on Thanksgiving Day, as it only has 3.9 grams of carbs per serving and is made with freshly shredded carrots. You can even have it for breakfast!
Who would’ve thought a sugar-free, low-carb dessert could taste so good? Keto Zone Pecan Pie is made with keto-friendly sweeteners like xylitol or erythritol that add the yummy effect without sacrificing your carb intake for the day.
The leftovers after Thanksgiving Day are no joke. Everyone can agree that figuring out what to do with all of the extra food is a challenge, especially when you’re either trying to get back on track or continue on in ketosis.
Keto Zone Turkey Casserole is your solution. You won’t have to worry about throwing out turkey or staying in ketosis, because this casserole does it all. It’s brimming with healthy fats, high amounts of protein, and little to no carbohydrates. Perfect!
Don’t let Turkey Day knock you out of ketosis. You’ve come too far to look back! Instead, stock up on keto-friendly Thanksgiving recipes like the ones listed above for a healthy, ketogenic holiday. No regrets!