Try a low carb cranberry roast pork tenderloin this holiday!
Holidays are the perfect time to gather with your family and friends and reflect on a life well-lived. Nothing brings people together quite like food, so it’s the ideal time to serve up something memorable. If you haven’t been able to find the perfect entree, then look no further than this amazing low carb cranberry roast pork tenderloin recipe. It has all the flavors of the season, and you guessed it–it’s keto-friendly!
What’s not to love about a perfectly seasoned pork tenderloin? There’s plenty of cranberry plus allspice berries, cloves, and a bit of cinnamon. If you love deliciously tender meat with a hint of sweetness, then this is the meal you’ve been waiting on. Of course, there is no added sugar, and all of that sweetness is thanks to powdered erythritol. As you may already know, this option is actually much sweeter than traditional sugar, and the body can process it much easier.
And let’s not forget about the simplicity of this meal! There’s a little bit of time spent seasoning the pork and creating the flavorful baste. Once you’ve got all the tasty seasonings squared away, you just pop it in the oven for about an hour and a half. Don’t forget to baste the meat to ensure that it doesn’t dry out. The result is the most exquisite pork tenderloin that you’ve ever sunk your teeth into.
Whether you’re just looking for another meal to add to your weekly plan, or you’re looking for the perfect main course for your next holiday dinner–cranberry roast pork tenderloin is the answer. It’s just too good not to try! You don’t even have to wait for a reason. This is the year to make something they will never forget. Why not serve up something low carb and absolutely delicious?
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