The Most Popular Keto-Friendly Recipes for Thanksgiving, According to Pinterest

updated Oct 17, 2019
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Thanksgiving is definitely about showing gratitude and being with friends and family, but really, it’s mostly about stuffing your face and passing out on the couch in a food coma for a few hours after. (Let’s be honest.) But if you’re on the keto diet, being able to stuff your face becomes increasingly difficult with traditional dishes. Just consider the Thanksgiving classics like casserole, pie, gravy (yes, that’s not keto!), cranberry sauce, sweet potato with marshmallows, and more. 

Luckily, there are so many keto Thanksgiving recipes on Pinterest that you can choose from. But if you need some help weeding through the options, Pinterest recently came out with the most-popular keto recipes for Thanksgiving from this past year and they all sound like must-makes.

The Best Roast Turkey

From blogger Life Made Sweeter, this turkey recipe is brine-free and super-easy to make, and it is still juicy, tender, moist, and flavorful. She even includes a gravy recipe, because no turkey can go gravy-less on Thanksgiving, right?

Get the Recipe: The Best Roast Turkey

Keto Cornbread Stuffing

Oooo stuffing — the BEST. Yet, totally carbohydrate-packed and not keto-friendly at all. But this cornbread keto stuffing from Keto on a Dime somehow pulls it off. It’s loaded with sausage, butter, keto cornbread, and other comforting foods you’re looking for on T-Day, but it’s low in carbs and won’t kick you out of ketosis. 

Get the Recipe: Keto Cornbread Stuffing

Low-Carb Green Bean Casserole

From blogger Low Carb Yum, this casserole dish integrates your favorite holiday veggie with the flavors of the traditional casserole but in a low-carb, low-sugar version that’s keto-approved. This recipe has only five grams of net carbs, and it’s ready in 25 minutes tops. 

Get the Recipe: Low Carb Green Bean Casserole

Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake

If you love pumpkin, don’t give it up on Thanksgiving! Better yet, enjoy it in a keto-friendly cheesecake recipe for dessert. This dish from Green and Keto is super rich and creamy and feels decadent post-meal, but it won’t wreck your keto diet. Plus, there’s no added sugar, thanks to the keto sweetener Swerve. Only three grams of net carbs a slice!

Get the Recipe: Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake

What are your favorite keto-friendly Thanksgiving recipes? Let us know!