You HAVE to try this cheesy bacon “risotto” recipe!
Don’t you just hate it when people tell you that you have to give up certain foods because you decided to go keto? While the reality is you do have to make a few conscious decisions about food, it’s also very true that most recipes can be altered to meet the required specs of the diet. This cheesy bacon “risotto” recipe is just another example of how this works!
As you probably already know, risotto is an Italian rice dish that’s known for its creamy goodness. However, rice isn’t keto-friendly, so we have to make a few adjustments so we can still indulge in this deliciousness from time to time. Rather than using traditional high carb rice, we instead turn to our trusty friend: cauliflower.
Simply pulse the cooked cauliflower into rice-like grains, and you have the same texture that you want without all of those carbs. Easy, right? Just a few additional ingredients and voila! You have a meal that’s lip-smacking good! Of course, two of the tastiest ingredients are cheese and bacon. You can’t go wrong with those!
This dish is an excellent option for a busy week, too. It only takes 20 minutes from start to finish! It’s hearty enough to enjoy for dinner but is fast and easy enough to cook up for lunch, too. No matter the time of day you choose, anytime is the perfect time for this fantastic dish!
The next time someone tells you that you can’t enjoy a meal because it’s not keto-friendly, remind them that it’s all about healthy adjustments. You can still enjoy delicious meals without the carbs or the guilt. Add this cheesy bacon “risotto” recipe to your list of must-try dinners this week. You are going to LOVE it.
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