Thanksgiving, then all the other winter holidays are coming up quickly. To help find those recipes that I’ve posted over the past few years for holiday meals, I’m putting many of them on this one page. At the beginning of December, I’ll do a similar page with Holiday Sweet Treats that will cover the cookies, candies and cakes for the holiday season.
Turkey – I don’t actually have a recipe for roasting turkey. Almost anyone you might find will likely be low carb. What adds the carbs is the dressing. See below. But here’s a Roast Turkey recipe from AllRecipes.com that is beautifully seasoned and not stuffed. Rosemary Roasted Turkey
Low Carb Stuffing – This is an easy-to-make stuffing bread that will work well with any of your usual vegetables and/or fruits and sausage to make a delicious stuffing you can bake in your turkey or in a side casserole dish. Add some of the turkey juices to the mix to bring in the flavor of the turkey.
We need good side dishes that are still low carb. Potatoes just don’t cut it on a low carb lifestyle, no matter how much we want them to be a part of the meal. Here are a few options for potato replacements that are very tasty and may make you forget all about that other root vegetable.
Ricotta Cheese Cauliflower Casserole – Absolutely amazing taste and easy to make
Smashed Turnips with Leeks – Pretty close to the taste of mashed potatoes and I like them better!
Other side dishes that are great:
Green Beans with Turnips – Here’s a way to get your potato substitute in with the green beans
Loaded Brussels Sprout Fritters – A little different taste, but fabulous!
Irish Style Baked Celery with Kohlrabi – Don’t overlook celery when making a vegetable dish. It’s great! (See top photo)
Roasted Turnips and Kohlrabi – This goes well with meat, turkey, chicken, and fish.
Maple Pecan Pumpkin Pie – just posted today! RIch, creamy and delicious custard-style pumpkin pie.
Pumpkin Panna Cotta – Light dessert and so delicious!
Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes – A quick and easy pumpkin pie taste cupcake that is very moist.
Cinnamon Pecan Tartlets – Just for pecan pie fans, this little tartlet has all the flavor in a controlled portion size.
Rich Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars – An old favorite made the low carb way. (See top photo.)
Rene LC Pumpkin Cheesecake – About as good as it gets when it comes to the holiday cheesecake.
Mah-velous Pumpkin Pancakes – Add some pumpkin and seasonings to the pancakes.
Pumpkin French Toast – Requires low carb bread, but is delicious.
Hot Pumpkin Nog – Shun the rich and high carb Egg Nog and try this tasty Pumpkin Nog!