Non-starchy vegetables, which are naturally low in carbs and high in nutrients and fiber, are the flavor-packed star of the show for your low carb Thanksgiving sides and soups:
A warm tangy-sweet dressing made with sugar-free maple syrup and apple cider vinegar envelopes shaved Brussels sprouts, while Parmesan, pomegranate seeds and toasted hazelnuts add a crunchy garnish.
You won’t miss mashed potatoes when you sink your fork through the crunchy pork rind top layer into this cheesy mashed cauliflower morsel.
This tasty low carb version of the traditional Thanksgiving “mac and cheese” side dish substitutes cauliflower for macaroni, with the addition of pumpkin for a seasonal twist and bacon. Because, of course, it’s bacon.
Potatoes au gratin are a high carb staple of Thanksgiving dinner, but you’ll love this low carb cheesy zucchini version.
This soup is inspired by the classic spinach-artichoke dip recipe.
This comforting mixture of rich eggs, tangy lemon, chicken thighs and steaming chicken broth is a Greek classic. Cauliflower rice stands in for regular rice or pasta for a low carb savory soup.