Here are 9 of the best ever Keto Christmas recipes so you can have a really festive holiday even though you can’t eat carbs. Are you dreading Christmas because the celebrations are always chocked full of carbs. You know, all those cookies and other desserts, the rolls and potatoes. Well, no need to be depressed now because I have solutions to all your Christmas dinner needs.
I have Keto Christmas recipes not only for the main dish but I also have recipes for rolls, “mashed potatoes” and gravy, rolls, eggnog and cookies. Yes, they are all Keto low carb or no carb recipes. You can thank be after you try all of these. I really think you will want to.
Since I could only use 9 Keto Christmas recipes I mostly choose recipes that normally would have a lot of carbs in them. Of course, that’s because they are the hardest to find. I really think you’ll want to check out some of the recipes in the posts I have listed below. There is a bigger variety of desserts, main dishes and cauliflower mashed potato recipes in those posts. Take a look at those too.
Merry Christmas to YOU!
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Keto Christmas Recipes
1. Garlic & Herb Crusted Beef Roast with Red Wine Gravy – Allergy Free Alaska
This herb and garlic crusted beef roast soaked in red wine gravy will become your new family favorite roast recipe. It’s crusted in real sea salt with herbs and lots of fresh garlic. This roast is juicy and absolutely wonderful. It would be perfect for your Christmas dinner this year.
2. Keto Party Meatballs – Keto Diet Blog
These meatballs are perfect for a Christmas party or maybe even Christmas dinner. They are flavored with homemade marinara sauce, Italian herbs and topped with olives. Inside the meatballs your guests will find a surprise which will makes the meatballs disappear quickly. That is no magic trick, just good food.
3. Easy Low Carb Roll with Fathead Dough – Low Carb Maven
These fathead dough rolls are low carb and easy to make. You can make the dough in 5 minutes and they bake in only 12 minutes. They make perfect dinner rolls. They don’t have the same texture and traditional bread rolls but they are just about the closest to be found. The protein powder helps give them a a nice bread like texture. So don’t leave it out unless you sub it out with oat fiber, not oat flour.
4. Creamy Cauliflower Mash and Keto Gravy – Keto Connect
Cauliflower – Heavy Whipping Cream – Butter – Garlic – Rosemary – Parmesan Cheese – Xanthum Gum – Drippings or Stock
This is possibly the most creamy cauliflower mash in the world plus it includes a recipe for Keto gravy to go with it. It’s pretty easy if you know how to boil cauliflower and throw some stuff in the food processor and turn it on. This will make a really good Keto mashed potatoes and gravy to go with whatever main dish you have for Christmas dinner.
5. Roasted Buttery Mushrooms & Bacon – My PCOS Kitchen
This is a really easy side dish that you could make for Christmas dinner. Not a lot of things taste better than mushrooms roasted in butter in my opinion. There are a lot of different recipes I could have chosen to use here but I decided these looked the most festive and would be something special, definitely not ordinary
6. Low-Carb Eggnog – Intoxicated on Life
Forget that eggnog you buy in the store and make your own homemade eggnog. This won’t be filled with sugar or other junk. It will taste a whole lot better too. Homemade always tastes better in my opinion. Forget the rum too, it has added sugars. I think you’ll be glad you tried this.
7. Holiday Praline No-Bake Cookies – My Montana Kitchen
These no bake cookies are pretty easy to make. You simply make the base with the cream, fats and Xylitol then add the rest of the ingredients. Then you scoop them onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Then the hardest part is waiting for them to chill. They taste good when they are warm but they taste a whole lot better when they are chilled. So be patient, I know it will be hard.
8. Cream Cheese Cookies – Low Carb Yum
These low carb cream cheese cookies can either be cut into shapes with cookie cutters, pressed with a cookie press or rolled into a roll and sliced with a knife. Don’t be afraid of the Sukrin, it is just Erythritol and a tiny bit of Stevia. If you want to frost them you can use this Keto Frosting Recipe. It’s made with almond milk, Swerve confectioner’s sugar and almond extract.
9. Cranberry Bliss Cookies – All Day I Dream About Food
These low carb, grain-free, sugar-free cookies will make an awesome addition to your Christmas cuisine. The cream cheese frosting recipe is included. Yum, I love my cream cheese any old way. The freeze-dried cranberries on top add a wonderful festive touch I think. They are a makeover of the cranberry bliss cookies at Starbucks minus the carbs and sugar