These dairy-free keto Thanksgiving recipes will make this year’s Turkey Day unforgettable!
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and that means tables filled with carb-heavy foods swimming in butter. Many people look forward to this buffet of sinfully delicious delights, and maybe you do as well, but you want to stick to your goals this holiday season and treat your body right
Guess what? You can enjoy Thanksgiving dairy-free and keto without even batting an eyelash! The recipes found here are just as tasty, if not better than the fully loaded traditional Thanksgiving recipes.
Dairy-Free Keto Thanksgiving Appetizers
I love to get together with my loved ones and munch before the full Thanksgiving dinner. We make a big spread of all kinds of munchies and appetizers. Some have cocktails and we just graze and chat and have a great time while the turkey is finishing in the oven. If it’s early we always put the Macy’s Day parade on in the background. It’s a really great time!
Every keto dinner table should include deviled eggs. These yummy deviled eggs from 40 Aprons contain bacon for a bit of extra pep! Omit the butter from the recipe to keep things dairy-free.
This appetizer from Julie’s Lifestyle is a wonderful way to fuel your cravings while you’re waiting for the turkey to roast. It’s filled with all sorts of veggies and keto-approved goodies that are dairy-free.
These little apps from Kalyn’s Kitchen are bursting with flavor and have a very nice presentation. In addition to the Thanksgiving spread, the red and green appearance of these bites will work well for Christmas dinner, too.
I envision these chips from Diet Doctor in a bowl on the table and unsuspecting non-keto friends and family members mowing them down like nobody’s business. Yes, they are that good!
Bring on the bacon and bring on the asparagus! These little morsels from Wholesome Yum make waiting for the Thanksgiving feast to cook so easy!
You guys, these are so easy to make! I think every holiday table should include a batch of microwave pepperoni chips from Whole Lotta Yum.
This is one tasty treat for your Thanksgiving appetizer table from The Soccer Mom Blog! It has restraint appeal without all the carbs.
These spicy tuna rolls from Real Balanced are an awesome little alternative to carb-laden sushi rolls and the perfect app for your Thanksgiving gathering.
Every holiday requires a dose of keto baked pickles! These cajun oven-baked pickles from Paleo Hacks are the perfect snack for when you’re between your first round of Thanksgiving dinner and your second.
This fun recipe from Tastes of Lovely enables you to eat with your hands and even devour the “cup”! When it’s your turn to tell the fam what you’re thankful for you can say “Tuna Cucumber Cup”!
Non-Dairy Keto Turkey Recipes
Turkey has to happen on Thanksgiving! I don’t trust people who serve some other main course, you have to have turkey. Mmm, I love turkey!
Note: Some of these turkey recipes contain butter or ghee. However, butter can easily be swapped out for a non-dairy saturated fat or skipped. If you want a traditional butter flavor, mix a few drops of butter extract and a pinch or two of salt to coconut oil.
Here we have a delicious, traditional Thanksgiving turkey recipe from My PCOS Kitchen that is sure to please all palates, whether they are keto or not.
This tasty turkey breast seasoned to perfection from Tasty-Yumminess is a great alternative to a whole bird for a smaller group! Made with a variety of herbs and spices and cooks in just 55 minutes.
Calling all bacon lovers! Here’s a fabulous keto Thanksgiving turkey recipe from Ditch the Carbs that combines a juicy bird with scrumptiously delicious bacon. Total wow factor food!
This turkey recipe, courtesy of Dr. Jockers, is all about mixing sweet and savory flavors. You’ll love the smoky flavor that the Lakanto Keto maple Syrup gives the meat.
This particular turkey recipe from Wicked Stuffed makes my mouth water! Black pepper and cinnamon seasoning sound so festive and delicious! This is the turkey recipe that will turn your non-keto friends into low-carb believers.
This turkey has some pep in its step! Creamy mayo mixed with a host of savory seasonings and spices roast this bird to palate-pleasing perfection. Let’s shout out to She Wears Many Hats for this yummy recipe.
If you aren’t looking to cook an entire turkey, this recipe will do you just fine! It’s a savoring medley of turkey legs, lemon, and thyme from Shape.
A great and tasty way to cook a turkey in record time! My Life Cookbook teaches you how to create a decadent Thanksgiving turkey breast in the Instant Pot.
Visit Completely Keto for a delicious smoked whole turkey recipe from Harlan Kilstein. The meat is tender and juicy on the inside and smoky on the out. A great way to try something a little different this Thanksgiving.
This traditional Thanksgiving turkey recipe from Keto on a Dime uses simple and savory ingredients.
Non-Dairy Keto Thanksgiving Side Dishes
This delicious little keto spin on stuffing from Genaw uses the staple low-carb, high-fat snack food, pork rinds! This recipe calls for butter and heavy whipping cream, but the amounts are minimal and can be replaced with a non-dairy oil and more broth.
This delicious grain-free stuffing recipe from Deliciously Organic has the taste and texture of traditional dressing without all the carbs. Substitutions are mentioned in the method to keep it dairy-free. Butter can always be replaced with a non-dairy oil.
This yummy, veggie-themed stuffing from Food Faith Fitness uses olive oil, savory seasonings, and other goodies to create a delicious Thanksgiving side dish.
You can’t have all the Thanksgiving fixings without the gravy, and this recipe from iSave A to Z doesn’t contain any of that nasty white stuff known as flour or cornstarch.
This flavorful concoction of Brussels sprouts, olive oil, and seasonings from Healthy Seasonal Recipes will compliment the most beautiful turkey and is sure to be a hit at the Thanksgiving table.
Speaking of Brussels sprouts, you gotta have crispy bacon brussels sprouts with your Thanksgiving meal. At least, I do. These are a staple at our house all year round and they complete that turkey dinner for me, I bet your guests will love them!
What? Can you have a low-carb green bean casserole and still stay within your MACROS? You betcha! This yummy recipe is brought to you by Peace Love and Low Carb. Sub butter for coconut oil and heavy cream for almond milk.
No one will be able to tell that this “sweet potato” casserole from Maria Mind Body Health is mashed cauliflower and pumpkin! Even the color looks like the traditional Thanksgiving dish. Sub butter for coconut oil to keep this side dairy-free and delicious.
It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without the cranberry sauce! This recipe from My PCOS Kitchen is a really great sugar-free alternative to the canned stuff.
Here’s something different, change things up with this delicious cold salad for your holiday spread from My PCOS Kitchen. The recipe calls for ¼ cup of shredded cheese, but you can easily leave it out for a Dairy-free delight.
Mushrooms are such an earthy and warm dish. They’re great to serve alongside your Turkey on Thanksgiving. I love these balsamic mushrooms, they’re fancy enough for a holiday dinner!
This clean and simple side dish from Wholesome Delicious is a great addition to your keto holiday table.
This isn’t your typical Thanksgiving Day side dish, but it has pumpkin, is keto, and contains no dairy so why not? Add my pumpkin sausage soup to your spread and see what your guests think!
Dairy-Free Keto Thanksgiving Desserts
I’m always too full from the main event and all the appetizers before the dinner to worry about dessert. At least not right after dinner, maybe a few hours later. These low-carb and keto dessert options are food allergy-friendly and so good! No one will be missing out this year!
It’s hard to believe these little gems from My Dainty Soul Curry are free of sugar, white flour, and butter! They look so fancy and they are rich and decadent!
These pumpkin cheesecakes from Pretty Pies are a healthy take on a staple Thanksgiving dessert. Your guests will swoon over how amazing they are!
What’s a Thanksgiving dinner without pumpkin pie? Boring! This one tastes like the real thing and is super indulgent!
Add a little avocado chocolate mousse from Chocolate Covered Katie to your plate. It’s delicious and decadent.
This one makes my mouth water! Katie includes a vegan cream cheese recipe so you can keep this bad boy dairy-free! Another fantastic dessert recipe by Chocolate Covered Katie.
Step away from the pumpkin-everything for a minute and enjoy some chocolate chip cookie dough bars this Thanksgiving from Sweet As Honey!
Sometimes pies are overrated. Have a cookie! This recipe is always a fun one to bring out for guests, they’ll never believe you when you tell them these cookies are made with bacon grease!
This is a cool cookie recipe from The Big Man’s World that everyone will love regardless if they are keto or not! This recipe even includes a homemade dairy-free ‘cream cheese’ frosting option.
When you don’t want to wreck your health goals by nibbling on traditional apple pie this Thanksgiving, give The Big Man’s World apple pie muffins a go!
Keto and dairy-free pecan pie? Yup! You’re going to love this healthy version of the staple Thanksgiving dinner dessert from Cassidy’s Craveable Creations.
Here we have another scrumptious specimen of Thanksgiving goodness. This decadent pumpkin bread recipe calls for butter, make sure you substitute the butter for softened coconut oil.
These keto dairy-free Thanksgiving recipes are sure to please everyone this at your table and your dairy-free friends will be so grateful! Happy Thanksgiving!0