Check out this Low Carb Chicken Pot Pie Crust recipe!
Chicken pot pie just makes life a little better, doesn’t it? If it also happens to be a low carb chicken pot pie–even better! This keto-friendly Chicken Pot Pie Crust Recipe shows you just how to make this comfort food a little healthier. It’s much easier than you may think!
This recipe highlights all the things you love about a regular chicken pot pie. It has the same rich, creamy center that is packed full of tasty, fresh veggies. However, special care is given to making sure that the crust stays low carb. This is accomplished by using almond flour and flaxseed to create a golden crust that you can really sink your teeth into. If you’re new to the ketogenic diet you may assume you have to give foods like this up forever, but you’ll quickly realize that it’s all about small adjustments that yield delicious results.
And let’s not forget to mention how easy this recipe is! Most of the work comes in the form of prepping the chicken and adding in all the yummy ingredients. The actual cook time for this meal is insanely fast and you can have this ready to eat in just under one hour. Not bad! Chicken pot pie is the ultimate comfort food that you can enjoy all year long by following this simple keto recipe that you are sure to enjoy.
Serving up a meal to a mixed crowd? No need to worry! The taste and texture are so spot on that nobody will even realize it’s low carb. When everybody is raving about how tasty it is, you can let them in on your little secret. Who knows? Maybe after devouring this scrumptious recipe they will opt for a ketogenic diet, too!
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