This story is part of and contains tips for optimizing the holiday season.
If there are two things that do not go together very well, it is. Hanukkah, Christmas and all other can often provoke in people with . We understand you do not want to be too intrusive and force your disapproving great-aunt on your high-fat diet, but you also do not want to give up your own needs to reassure people.
Do not worry, there are many ways to stick to yourand still enjoy a delicious meal. In fact, it turns out that but you may need to do some additional research and bring along your own appetizers and pages. Just do not be sad if your friends and family skip your court, that just means more leftovers for you!
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. 1 Start with the bird
Thankfully, the Thanksgiving main course is keto-friendly! It turns out that Turkey is a great, high-protein, low-carbohydrate dish. Whether your bird is baked, grilled or smoked, all are keto-friendly. Simply use your favorite recipe for the sauce and replace the standard flour with coconut or almond flour.
. 2 Nonstarch vegetables are a breeze
This is not too difficult. All vegetarian side dishes are excellent options for your Thanksgiving Day. Think of crispy Brussels sprouts, cheesy zucchini casserole and roasted green pecan beans. Do you already drink the water in your mouth?
. 3 Sub cauliflower for stuffing or mashed potato
Cauliflower is loved by the keto community because it is a great substitute for anything that is usually made with potatoes or bread. There are tons of recipes for cauliflower filling that taste as good as the original! This creamy cauliflower puree recipe makes all your relatives fool that it's not a potato.
. 4 Make an appetizer that everyone will love
Not many people will reject something wrapped in bacon. Serve this crispy asparagus recipe wrapped in bacon as a starter and you will be the new darling of the family. It's so good that you might even win some members for your keto lifestyle. Height-0 "width =" 370 "data-original =" https://cnet3.cbsistatic.com/ img / pOYe2LjMqLTkKmHwYdXEy5QxrUQ = / 370×0 / 2019/11/19/9c2fc9d1-f3ff-45f5-9b10-65e52013242c / screen-shot-2019-11-19-at-9-28-14-amp -2019-11-19-at -9-28-14-am.png "height =" 0 "width =" 370 “/>
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. 5 Do not Skip the Dessert
Thisis not complete without the grand finale – Pumpkin Pie -. If you want to make your favorite cake keto-friendly, simply replace the refined sugar with a natural sweetener source such as maple syrup or coconut sugar. Finally, replace the flour with almond or coconut flour and voila!
This keto pumpkin pie is made with Monkfruit Sweetener and is just the ticket. They will eat just as well as your normal food relatives, but feel better and feel less bloated.
Originally released at the beginning of this month.