Try this low carb sausage and cheddar stuffing recipe!
Thanksgiving just isn’t the same without a delicious stuffing on the table. This recipe will make sure the feast is complete with adding in those unnecessary carbs. If you’re still searching for the perfect side to bring this year, then look no further than this amazing little recipe.
While this dish is incredibly easy to make, it does require a bit of planning. First, you’ll need to whip up the delicious cheddar skillet “corn” bread that we’ve posted about previously. Next, you’ll want to dry the chunks of “corn” bread for a few hours and set it out overnight. You’re really working for the texture by doing all of these critical steps. Trust us when we say, the little bit of effort is totally worth the fantastic end result.
The flavorful sausage combined with key ingredients such as celery, garlic, onion, and sage really bring this recipe together. It has all the flavors we appreciate this time of year packed into one delicious dish. It’s hearty, tasty, and keto-friendly. You don’t have to worry about how you can stay on track this year if you make recipes like this!
If you need a dish to bring to the table this year, then we’ve got you covered. Rely on the goodness and ease of this sausage and cheddar stuffing recipe to bring the flavor without the carbs. It has the right macros from a keto crowd but is flavorful enough that even people not following a low carb diet will still absolutely love. Who knows? Maybe serving this dish will attract a few more low carb foodies out there!
You just can’t go wrong with this delicious side dish. It’s ideal for Thanksgiving, but it has a flavor that you can certainly appreciate all year long!
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