Check out this Thanksgiving-worth side dish!
It’s that time of year when all of us can show off our cooking chops! If you’ve been racking your brain about which keto-friendly side dish you should bring this year, then look no further than this cheddar skillet “corn” bread recipe! It’s the ultimate comfort food without all of those extra carbs.
Of course, regular corn is a no-go when it comes to the keto diet, but have no fear, with a few minor adjustments you can still enjoy a delicious cornbread this year! Rather than using regular cornmeal, this recipe calls for flaxseed, almond flour, and baking powder to get that cornbread-like texture we all know and love. It’s that easy!
The delicious flavor of this dish comes down to one primary thing: cheddar cheese. Can you really go wrong with this ooey-gooey goodness? We think not. Simply make the batter and top with cheese and bake until the edges are golden brown. This is a side dish that everybody can enjoy!
The holidays can be a tough time to stick to your diet, but it certainly can be done. Stick to recipes like this, and you can still indulge in the Thanksgiving flavors without compromising your health. Plus, we dare say that even those that don’t follow a keto diet will appreciate the deliciousness that this recipe has to offer. It’s a great option when you’re cooking for a mixed crowd.
If you’re stressing out about how you can still enjoy the holiday menu without the guilt, then look no further than this fantastic side. This particular recipe makes 12 servings which are perfect for the holiday crowd. Whether your a novice in the kitchen or have years of experience, this is a recipe you can be proud of. Try for yourself and see how much you absolutely love it!
Loved our Cheddar Skillet “Corn” Bread? Then be sure to check out this Keto Banana Bread! Just like corn, bananas are not keto-friendly, but Taryn, from Joy Filled Eats, has a way for you to enjoy that banana flavor you’ve been craving.
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