Published On: Sat, Aug 1st, 2020

Keto Approved Thanksgiving Dishes

Thanksgiving is around the corner and you are on a ketogenic diet. You might be thinking that you won’t be able to enjoy turkey and other dishes. No need to worry! We have got you covered..

In fact, though, just as there are great low carb options to mashed potatoes, there are also several ways to make keto stuffing or dressing tasty and delicious! Almost all of them use hearty veggies such as cauliflower instead of flour, while others use low carb bread alternatives for an utterly legit flavor and texture of stuffing.

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What is Thanksgiving Stuffing?

Stuffing is a mixture normally consisting of bits of toast and spices. It is usually served as a side dish at Thanksgiving meals in the United States.

The mixture should be cooked in its own bottle and within the turkey’s cavity (or bird of preference for Thanksgiving). Cooking it inside the bird should help hold the meat moist. This also allows the beef to express the tastes in the stuffing.


The recipe uses premade keto bread or rolls, so it takes just minutes to put together the stuffing. We will give you the quickest and fastest version below:

  • Fast version – crumble the keto bread, drizzle with the olive oil and bake until lightly browned for around 5 minutes. Saute the chopped veggies for a minute or two in olive oil to bring out flavors. Stir in hot butter and bake again.
  • Quickest ONE– blend crumbled keto bread with melted butter and diced vegetables.

Is there any difference between dressing and stuffing?

The most significant distinction between stuffing and a dressing is not only because one is always packed inside a person. It’s really that a dressing recipe is wetter and baked in more casserole-style versus fluffier stuffing and slightly drier. You should apply a little more moisture to it and, if needed, rendering it look like a conventional dressing.


  • Melt butter over medium heat into a non-stick skillet
  • Add onion, carrot, celery and cook until tender
  • Add choux and champignons and sauté with salt and pepper
  • Heat 10-15 minutes more
  • Stir in parsley, rosemary, and sage.
  • Pour the stock over the blend and cover with a lid
  • Put on until cauliflower is fully tender and liquid absorbed
  • It’s ready to be served!

Can meat be added to the stuffing?

The easy answer is: Definitely! It is a perfect way to add taste and extra fats to this keto stuffing Thanksgiving dishes.

It’s up to you what sort of meat you include. Through incorporating such meats, you can render chicken ham or sausage stuffing quickly.

Keto Approved Dishes for Thanksgiving!

Stuffing of cauliflower:

Turkey may be the popular dish for Thanksgiving, but, in our opinion, stuffing is the real reason that makes it even more delicious.

Low Carb Pumpkin bread, Stuffing of Sausage & Feta:

Of course, you have to get a tasty treat, and nothing is better for your holiday meal than Keto Pumpkin Spice Bread. When you’re trying to develop your meal schedule for your vacation, this is a perfect guide. Besides this keto stuffing, you’re going to want more low carb balanced options than either the turkey or the ham.

Keto Fathead Rolls:

They are the perfect place to go alongside the rest of your meal. Slather them with butter, and enjoy.

How to properly store Thanksgiving Stuffing?

This stuffing is better kept in airtight glass containers. Refrigeration is of course, a must. When you prepare this in a glass baking dish, it would be a pleasure to store and clean it up.

Author: Jacob Maslow

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