- Keto Stuffing
- Keto Pumpkin Pie
- Keto Mac & Cheese
- Mashed Cauliflower
- Roast Turkey
- Keto Gravy
- Keto Pie Crust
- Keto Cranberry Sauce
- Creamed Brussels Sprouts
- Dry Brined Turkey
- Keto Broccoli Salad
- Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake
- Cauliflower Stuffing
- Keto Eggnog
- Keto Pecan Pie
- Air Fryer Garlic Herb Turkey Breast
- Cheesy Bacon Butternut Squash
- Holiday Whole Roasted Cauliflower
- Keto Tortilla Chips
- Creamy Avocado Dip
- Roasted Brussels Sprouts
- Whole Roasted Cabbage
- Reuben Pickle Bites
- Cheesy Brussels Sprout Bake
- Keto Snickerdoodles
- Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte Cupcakes
- Healthy Green Bean Casserole
- Keto Sausage Puffs
- Dried Beef Cheese Ball
- Rosemary Keto Crackers
- Bacon-Wrapped Turkey
- Keto Pumpkin Bread
- Sugar-Free Cheesecake
- Loaded Cauliflower Bake
- Keto Pecan Crescent Cookies
- Cauliflower Au Gratin
- Crudite Turkey
- Keto Bacon and Cheese Biscuits
Guess who wasn’t invited to Thanksgiving this year? Carbs. Shockingly enough, we don’t even miss them that much now that we have all these incredible keto Thanksgiving recipes on the menu. And we’re not just talking loading up your plate with only turkey and green beans. Nope, now you can still have all the keto stuffing, keto gravy, and keto pumpkin pie that your keto-friendly heart desires without feeling off track. So dig in! You can find us at the keto pumpkin cheesecake. 😋
If you’ve been following a keto diet—or any diet, really—the holidays can be a stressful time. Not anymore! Thanks to a few simple swaps, you don’t have to skip out on any of your favorite Thanksgiving classics. Cauliflower is a low-carb MVP in many keto recipes, and we love using it in our keto mac and cheese, cauliflower mashed potatoes, and cauliflower stuffing. Don’t be surprised if those dishes are the first to get gobbled up at your holiday get-together.
Our favorite keto recipes aren’t just reserved for the main meal, either. Make a truly magical appetizer spread with some of our favorite keto snacks, like rosemary keto crackers and dried beef cheese ball, harissa deviled eggs, and keto sausage puffs. Just be sure to save some room, as we’ve got the keto desserts on lock. We’ve been told our keto pecan pie is perfectly paired with our keto eggnog (especially with a tiny splash of rum).
Haters will say you can’t make stuffing without bread. We say, bye haters! Using our recipe for keto bread yields a stuffing that’s crisp on top and deliciously tender on bottom, just like a good stuffing should be.
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Keto Pumpkin Pie
When Thanksgiving rolls around, we can’t get roasted turkey and stuffing off our minds; however, what we really want, especially the day after Turkey Day, is pumpkin pie. And if you’re wanting to keep it low-carb, this keto pumpkin pie will make it easy.
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Keto Mac & Cheese
If you’re on keto, you know there are a lot of no-nos in classic mac & cheese. This version takes out all the trouble children (ahem, PASTA) without sacrificing flavor. The pork rind topping is totally optional, but we think it adds a pleasant crunch.
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This cauliflower mash recipe is the perfect low-carb substitute to mashed potatoes. The secret to making steamed cauliflower smooth and creamy? CREAM CHEESE! The cream cheese adds the delicious richness that you might be missing from mashed potatoes.
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Whether you’re roasting your first bird for Thanksgiving or hosting for the 26th time, use this handy guide to roast the perfect holiday turkey. This foolproof method has been tested (and tested and tested) by the Delish kitchen—it’s the best.
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It may seem like a challenge, but good gravy that’s also keto-friendly is achievable. It’s the perfect thing to drizzle over a bacon-wrapped turkey or mashed cauliflower. If you don’t quite have enough pan drippings, you can sub with extra broth. Other meats’ grease works well here too, like bacon or sausage!
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Keto Pie Crust
Want to freestyle your own keto pie? By now, you probably get it: Mozzarella cheese is a key keto pastry ingredient. (Don’t believe us? Try our keto cinnamon rolls.) Embrace the weirdness, friends. Your pies, including this year’s keto pumpkin pie, will thank you. This recipe makes two discs for single-crust pies or one disc for a perfect lattice-topped pie.
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Keto Cranberry Sauce
We don’t know about you, but when it comes to Thanksgiving, we think cranberry sauce is indispensable. This keto version allows everyone at the table to enjoy it without sacrificing flavor.
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Creamed Brussels Sprouts
Not a fan of Fontina? Gruyère or white cheddar would also be delicious here. Check out these kung pao Brussels sprouts next—but be warned, it’s hard to stop eating them.
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Dry Brined Turkey
The one thing you can do to ensure a bird that stays juicy and doesn’t dry out in the oven: Brine it! A proper brine will set you up for serious success. A dry brine takes a little bit of forethought (but not too much), and you’ll end up with a turkey that’s juicy, flavorful, and has extra-crispy skin.
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Keto Broccoli Salad
Nuts and grated cheese in some form are a great addition to this broccoli salad, but you don’t have to stick to almonds and cheddar. Feel free to sub in roughly chopped walnuts and goat cheese for something a bit fancy, or spiced pecans and pepper jack for a bit of kick.
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Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake
Going on the keto diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out on your favorite holiday dessert. With a few modifications and a gluten-free crust, our easy pumpkin cheesecake becomes keto-friendly! Pumpkin spice season can resume as normal.
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We can all agree that stuffing is by far the best dish served on Thanksgiving. This low-carb cauliflower stuffing proves that you don’t necessarily need bread to make an amazing stuffing. So if the group you’re feeding on Thanksgiving Day is gluten-free or following a low-carb special diet, this is the only recipe you’ll need.
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Never underestimate the power of a good eggnog during the holiday season. When paired with a great movie and some sparkly lights (and maybe a teeny tiny splash of rum), homemade eggnog can lift your spirits like no other. It’s also the perfect holiday cocktail to add some extra cheer to your festive soiree.
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Keto Pecan Pie
This keto pecan pie has all the flavors of the holidays with none of the refined carbs or sugar. Classic keto baking ingredients such as almond flour, coconut flour, monkfruit sweetener, and heavy cream make it possible to make a great pecan pie just as good as the original.
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Air Fryer Garlic Herb Turkey Breast
Quit stressing over a perfectly roasted turkey for Thanksgiving! It’s hard and it takes up all of your oven space. This year, make your turkey in the air fryer; it takes way less effort with far better results, and you’re guaranteed to have crispy skin and juicy turkey!
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Cheesy Bacon Butternut Squash
No matter what the centerpiece of your meal is, this cheesy butternut squash skillet is sure to steal the show. The balance of sweet, salty, and creamy is EXTREMELY delicious.
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Holiday Whole Roasted Cauliflower
Forget turkey—this impressive whole roasted cauliflower is the best vegetarian centerpiece or side dish this Thanksgiving. We’ve included a mushroom gravy recipe here as well. It’s so good, no one will miss the meat.
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Keto Tortilla Chips
With only two main ingredients these keto-friendly chips are so easy to make! Crispy and salty, these are just what your app spread needs.
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Creamy Avocado Dip
This dip can go in SO many different directions depending on what flavors you like. If you want it spicy, you can stir in crushed red pepper flakes, a minced jalapeño, or a pinch of cayenne. If you want it smoky, stir in some chopped chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, paprika, or chipotle powder.
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Roasted Brussels Sprouts
One of the best ways to prepare Brussels sprouts is to roast them. The oven’s high dry heat will bring out all those delicious nutty flavors, rendering the sprouts soft and tender in the middle and leaving the outer leaves super-crispy and delicious.
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Whole Roasted Cabbage
This gorgeous, whole-roasted stunner is the perfect holiday substitute for vegetarians and an incredible side for all the meat-eaters. It’s savory, sweet, and salty on the outside and super-tender on the inside. Topped with lots of silky mushroom gravy, we doubt anyone at your table will even pay much attention to the turkey.
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Reuben Pickle Bites
Here at Delish, we’re all about a good reuben sandwich. Creamy dressing, corned beef, Swiss cheese… what’s not to love? Pair all those delicious ingredients between pickle chips for the the perfect bite-size appetizer (and they come together SO fast).
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Cheesy Brussels Sprout Bake
The one side dish that will everyone freak out about (and run for seconds). If you have vegetarian guests, feel free to skip the bacon. We’re all about the smoky flavor, but for this dish, it’s all about the cheese.
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Give your classic deviled eggs a spicy kick with store-bought harissa (Tunisian chili pepper paste) and crispy fried shallots. Tip: Because spice level can vary brand to brand with harissa, start small and build up to control the heat!
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A very carb-filled, non-keto version of snickerdoodle cookies will always have a special place in our hearts. And while it doesn’t taste quite like the original, we love it just the same. Baking the batch into bars is easier than scooping out a couple dozen individual cookies. They maintain just the right amount of chewiness, and blanketed with the sparkly cinnamon-sweetener mix, each square is every bit as beautiful.
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Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte Cupcakes
Great news! Two of the best things have finally met: pumpkin spice and keto desserts. Keto pumpkin spice latte cupcakes combine everything that’s amazing about a pumpkin spice latte with a delicious, keto-approved cupcake.
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Healthy Green Bean Casserole
Never fear, this lightened-up green bean casserole is here to help you save room for pumpkin pie. Forgoing canned cream of mushroom for a quick homemade mushroom gravy, we’d argue this version is healthier and more delicious than the classic (Just be sure to sub in your favorite keto bread crumbs in lieu of the panko!)
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Keto Sausage Puffs
Good snacks that are also keto-friendly can be hard to find. NO MORE! These are extremely delicious keto sausage balls, and we’re guilty of eating too many of them. These are great for a starter or hors d ‘oeuvre but even better for your holiday spread.
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We’ve turned zucchini into, oh, everything: noodles for lasagna, tortillas for enchiladas, and now, potatoes for loaded potato skins. Topped with all the standard fixings—bacon, sour cream, and green onions—this is the low-carb solution to your potato skins craving.
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Dried Beef Cheese Ball
A cheese ball is the perfect party appetizer. Easy to make ahead of time and served with an assortment of keto crackers or chopped veg, everyone loves them. This classic dried beef cheese ball has chipped beef—or beef jerky!—mixed in and then gets rolled in more. It’s certainly for the meat lover, and it’s everything they dream about.
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Rosemary Keto Crackers
Yes, you CAN eat crackers on the keto diet, and this recipe is here to prove it. These are perfect to pair with a cheese and charcuterie plate. We’ve fancied them up with a bit of rosemary. It adds that savory, herby flavor that can take a normal cracker to the next level.
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Turkey is great and all, but we just felt it was missing a little something. Bacon was the obvious answer. Crunchy and not an ounce of dryness, this is the turkey you’ve been looking for.
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Keto Pumpkin Bread
Out of all the amazing pumpkin desserts in the world (even the ones with carbs!), this is a keto MVP. So from the months of September to December, we eat the cinnamon-kissed, chocolate chip-studded loaf like it’s our job.
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There’s a whole world of delicious keto sweets out there. Since we tend to turn to cream cheese for our fat bombs, creating a classic keto cheesecake recipe just made sense. Our version is creamy, rich, and tangy, just like the cheesecakes you know and love. With just a few easy swaps—almond and coconut flour in the crust, keto-friendly sweetener instead of sugar in the cheesecake mixture—you’ll be transported to keto heaven.
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Loaded Cauliflower Bake
This loaded cauliflower cake combines the creamy, cheesiness of a classic macaroni and cheese and the amazing fix-ins (hint: BACON) from a twice-baked potato into one incredible casserole.
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Keto Pecan Crescent Cookies
These pecan cookies are about to become your family’s favorite. It’s easy to see why—crumbly pecan cookies meet a simple glaze, making them completely irresistible.
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Cauliflower Au Gratin
Potatoes au gratin is a creamy, decadent dish that no matter how hard we try, we can never give it up. This version made with cauliflower lets us have the decadence, and leave more room for all the Thanksgiving pies. 😉
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Every party needs crudités, and we think this adorably vegetarian nod to the turkey centerpiece is almost too cute to eat!
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Keto Bacon and Cheese Biscuits
Good keto biscuits are hard to come by. These bacon and cheddar ones are the perfect drop biscuit. Craggily, buttery, and filled with bacon and cheddar. Perfect in every way, and we’d even dare to say they hold as close spot in our hearts as our homemade biscuits.
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