A Low Carb Dinner to last for Days!
Whether you’re eating alone, feeding a family or meal prepping for the week, keto casseroles are a great option!
You can create hundreds of different flavor combinations from the things already in your refrigerator. Casseroles are usually best when smothered in some kind of cheese and any type of delicious, filling meat. For this casserole, we decided to use a basic chicken breast and mozzarella cheese, with low carb vodka sauce for extra flavor to create an Italian inspired casserole.
To add more nutrients and texture to the casserole, we also added cauliflower. We riced it and cooked it in chicken broth to enhance the flavor to act as rice in the casserole. It paired really well with the mushrooms in the mix and the Parmesan cheese we sprinkled over top. To make the cauliflower casserole extra special, and keto-friendly, we sprinkled crushed up pork rinds over the top of the whole casserole. This added a fun crunch to the whole dish! Sort of like a gratin!
We loved the way the cauliflower casserole kept in the fridge. It’s perfect to reheat for lunch to bring to work or to enjoy for dinner again! They’re one of the few foods we enjoy reheating.
Looking for more Italian inspired dishes? Check out this keto chicken parmesan recipe from The Foodie Affair. It might not have the pasta you may be used to, but it does satisfy that flavor craving!
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