Keto Pork chops with maple spiced apples are so delicious!
Sometimes, it’s important to serve up a meal that instantly gives you bragging rights. Keto pork chops with maple spiced apples happen to be that kind of meal! You’ve had regular pork chops with applesauce, but this recipe takes the flavor to an entirely different level. Perfectly cooked pork chops drizzled in maple spiced apples are sure to send your taste buds in overdrive. This is an absolute must-try low carb dish.
The real treat in this recipe is the maple spiced apples. They add a real pop of sweetness to the dish without adding processed sugar. The sugar-free maple syrup provides that extra sweetness and flavor, and it pairs perfectly with the thyme. Smother the chops with this rich mixture, and you have a meal that you’ll never forget.
You may assume that this recipe will call for a ton of time in the kitchen. However, it only requires about 40 minutes from start to finish, most of which involves the oven doing all the work. This is a pretty basic recipe that results in absolute deliciousness.
Not only is the meal keto-friendly, but with the sugar-free maple syrup, it’s also an excellent option for people who may be watching their sugar intake. This just shows us how a small alteration can lead to a healthier version that more people can enjoy.
If you’re ready for a delicious meal that you can enjoy for lunch or dinner, then look no further than pork chops with maple spiced apples. You are in for a real treat when it comes to this sweet and savory recipe that not only tastes great but is a healthy, low carb option. This particular recipe yields two servings, but you can easily double or triple the recipe to serve a larger crowd. Enjoy!
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