Try this maple roasted turkey breast recipe!
It’s that time of year when everybody has turkey on their mind. However, for some of us, the idea of cooking an entire bird just isn’t so appealing. If you still want to enjoy Thanksgiving on a smaller (yet absolutely delicious!) scale, then you’ll appreciate this maple roasted turkey breast recipe.
First things first–we have to talk about the flavor. Nothing says lip-smacking good quite like the perfect glaze. Sugar-free maple syrup and butter make the sinfully sweet glaze that makes this dish stand out from the rest. Simply smother the turkey breast in the glaze and continue to baste every 20 minutes. The result is a tender slice of turkey that nobody can resist!
This particular recipe also shows you how to whip up a couple of delicious sides right along with this main dish. Nothing goes better with roasted turkey breast than mashed cauliflower and steamed green beans! If you want to enjoy an all-in-one Thanksgiving feast, then you can simply rely on this all-inclusive recipe. It’s so good and so convenient!
One of the biggest myths that people believe is that it’s actually hard to stick to a keto diet during the holidays. However, it’s only as hard as you make it! If you want to stay true to your low carb diet, then simply rely on amazing recipes just like this! It has all the favorite flavors of the season without all the unnecessary guilt.
Whether you are cooking for just yourself or a crowd of hungry people this Thanksgiving, maple roasted turkey breast is an excellent option. This particular recipe makes six servings, but you could alter the recipe to create the perfect portion for whatever you have going on this year. Trust us–you are going to love this one!
Looking for another turkey recipe? Try this Traeger turkey from A Grill For All Seasons! It’s juicy, tender, and packed with delicious flavor!
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