This Low Carb Beef and Broccoli Crockpot Recipe is SO easy!
Crockpot dinners are a lifesaver, aren’t they? Whether you are short on time or simply want a dinner that is full of flavor from cooking all day, a crockpot recipe is the answer. If you’re searching for a low carb crockpot dinner then you have to try this Beef and Broccoli Crockpot Recipe. It’s loaded with fresh broccoli and fall-apart beef. Before you are tempted by takeout, try this simple recipe first! You won’t be disappointed.
Not only is this recipe a breeze to throw together, but it’s brimming with delicious flavor. Soy sauce, ginger, and garlic–need we say more? These bold flavors come together to create the perfect blend of seasoning for this filling meal. Your taste buds deserve a pick-me-up and this meal will definitely do that. Not to mention, this concoction is so good your guests will assume you spent all day in your kitchen. Don’t worry, if you don’t tell–neither will we.
The best part about is that you can use this yummy broccoli and beef mixture to top cauliflower rice. Cauliflower rice is simple to make and is the perfect stand-in for regular rice. This little adjustment is what makes this dish totally keto-friendly. The texture and taste is so spot on that you won’t even notice a difference. If you’re new to the ketogenic diet then make sure you give this dish a try. It’s a great example of how low carb recipes are 100% delicious and easy to make.
This is definitely a hearty dinner and leftovers can easily be used for next-day lunches. Add this to your must-try dinner ideas and see how much your family enjoys it! You are sure to fall in love with the amazing flavor of this low carb crockpot recipe.
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