Holidays can be hard when you’re on the keto diet. With Easter just a few days away, you may be wondering what keto recipes you can enjoy at the dinner table without breaking your diet.
These 7 keto recipes all adhere to keto guidelines and will fit right into your Easter dinner spread. Whether they’re low-carb hot cross buns or sugar-free carrot cake, you’ll be happy to know that you can keep up with Easter traditions without breaking keto.
7 Keto Recipes for Easter Dinner
Bacon Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are a must at the Easter dinner table, and these spruced up bacon ones are a better version. Made with fresh rosemary, cayenne, and crispy bacon, you’ll love these spiced, flavorful deviled eggs more than the original! Get the recipe.
Low-Carb Hot Cross Buns
These keto hot cross buns are made with a combination of coconut flour and almond flour to create this low-carb version. They’re spiced with traditional hot cross bun flavors like cinnamon and nutmeg, and iced with a sugar-free glaze. Get the recipe.
Sugar-Free Maple Glazed Ham
Ham by itself is keto-friendly, but the sweet glaze that usually adorns it isn’t. You can still enjoy a gorgeous slice of ham on Easter by making this recipe. The trick is to use sugar-free maple syrup to create the stunning and tasty glaze on the ham. Get the recipe.
Low-Carb Cheesy Gratin
Cheesy, scalloped potatoes are usually a must next to the Easter ham. Potatoes, however, aren’t usually very keto-friendly, so in this recipe, the potatoes are swapped out in favor of cauliflower. Flavorful portobella mushrooms and cheese will make you forget you’re not even eating potatoes. Get the recipe.
Keto Asparagus Goat Cheese Quiche
With asparagus being the vegetable to stock up on during spring, it’s no surprise that an asparagus quiche or tart is usually present on the Easter table. You can still enjoy the usual pastry-laden quiche by creating this version, made with a keto-friendly pie crust of almond flour and pork rinds. Get the recipe.
Low-Sugar Carrot Cake
Easter wouldn’t be Easter without a beautiful carrot cake covered in cream cheese frosting. Traditional carrot cake is loaded with white sugar, but in this version, you use a sugar-free sweetener and unsweetened coconut to create this favorite Easter dessert. Get the recipe.
While Easter egg-hunting may not be an activity you participate in anymore, snagging a chocolate egg or two may still be something you love. These keto-friendly chocolate peanut butter eggs are the perfect alternative to store-bought chocolate eggs. They’re made with dark chocolate and natural peanut butter to meet keto guidelines. Get the recipe.