Easter is always better with amazing food to eat with your family and friends! Enjoying a family dinner, brunch or fabulous lunch can’t be beat! Plan your keto Easter menu with these scrumptious springtime dishes. Your Ultimate Guide To Easter! – You must try this recipes.
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BRUNCH & BREAKFAST
Egg Bacon Zucchini Nests
Perhaps the cutest way to eat eggs! These flavorful little nests pack a nutritional punch.
Carrot Cake Pancakes
These high-fat and high-fiber pancakes are a real treat! Replace the butter with coconut oil, the heavy cream with full-fat coconut milk, and the cream cheese to keep this rockin’ stack of flapjacks dairy-free.
Cinnamon Coconut Milk Tea Latte
Start off Easter Sunday with a bit of intermittent fasting by enjoying this warm and comforting latte. Replace the palm sugar with a drop or two of stevia, and you’ll be good to go!
Paleo Grits With Savory Sausage And Mushrooms
Unlike a traditional grits recipe, this hearty, and rib-sticking breakfast will keep you Fat Fueled for the day instead of leaving you on a carb-high. Yum!
Tea Eggs (Cha Dan)
Try something new with these hard-boiled eggs naturally dyed in a savory mix of tea and spices! If you have little ones, convince them that these are dinosaur eggs and add a little adventure to their Easter breakfast.
Impress your friends and family with this decadent and delicious frittata. This recipe boasts way more than looks! It’s made up of healthy fats and low-carb awesomeness.
DINNER – MAIN DISHES
Rosemary & Mustard Crusted Baked Ham
A keto-friendly take on the classic Easter entree of baked ham. Instead of a super sweet honey glaze, this recipe takes a more savory approach with a creamy, herby crust!
Persian Lamb Stew with Rhubarb & Mint
Roasted lamb is an Easter staple, but perhaps try something new this year – serve it in a stew full of early spring veggies! Keep it dairy-free and low-carb by replacing the butter with coconut oil and the brown sugar with a few drops of stevia.
Garlic Rosemary Roast Beef
On the hunt for a super simple, no-fuss entree for Easter? Then, this is the recipe for you! Pair your roast beef with any low-carb veggies of your choice for this classic and full-flavored meal.
Lemon Garlic Herb Roast Chicken
Another simple yet satisfying entree perfect for Easter dinner! Replace the butter with coconut oil and the carrots with your favorite low-carb veggie to keep this meal dairy-free and low-carb.
Grilled Salmon with Cucumber and Sweet Onion Salsa
Fresh salmon is an excellent choice for your Easter dinner! Topped with a crisp and refreshing salsa, you just can’t go wrong with this recipe.
Clean & Green Paleo Chicken Salad
Planning a picnic for Easter Sunday? Bring this high-fat and high-flavor dish to share with all of your pals. No one will even know that it’s keto!
DINNER – SIDE DISHES
Roasted Radishes with Chives, Thyme, and Rosemary
A low carb, paleo version of roasted potatoes. Dusted with fresh herbs and sauteed in tallow. Lip-smacking good!
Salad with Creamy Bacon Dressing
Think BLT sandwich but in the form of salad. Dairy-free and keto to boot, this dish will knock your dinner guests’ socks off!
Deviled Eggs – Three Ways
Easter just isn’t complete without deviled eggs! Choose from guacamole & bacon filling, ginger & curry carrot, pumpkin seed & semi-dried tomatoes, or all three! These are an amuse-bouche that are sure to impress even the most sophisticated dinner guests.
Lemony Roasted Asparagus
Light, fresh, and perfect for early spring, this side dish is tailor-made for serving during Easter. With a bit of zest from lemon and Dijon mustard, this recipe is low-carb and keto-friendly!
Cheddar Drop Biscuits
Cheesy, grain-free biscuits without the dairy! Sink your teeth into these moist grain-free drop biscuits that are high in nourishing fats and perfectly low-carb.
Bacon Green Beans
Quick, classic, and packed with flavor! Kick your Easter menu up a notch with this side dish.
TREATS & DESSERTS
Easter Egg Cookie Dough Fat Bombs
Dairy-free fat bombs made from grain-free, keto cookie dough and covered in coconut butter. Zero sugar in these babies! A must-try for Easter.
Almond Butter Cups
A way-better-for-you version of the candy we all know and love, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. This recipe is easy and delivers the most delightful little keto candies! Replace the honey with a few drops of stevia to keep it low-carb.
Toasted Coconut & Pomegranate Pudding
A dessert pleasing to the eyes and taste buds! Full of nourishing fats and healing gelatin, this recipe is a win-win. Replace the honey with a few drops of stevia to keep it low-carb, and omit the pomegranate seeds if you don’t want to do a quick carb up.
No Bake Coconut Butter Easter Bunnies
A much healthier alternative to the traditional candies you’d find in a child’s Easter basket. Swap out the treats you’d typically use for these high-fat and sugar-free bunnies!
Low Carb Hot Cross Buns
An Easter tradition for some, these sweet and spicy pastries can now be made low-carb and keto-friendly. Hooray!
Paleo Easter Eggs
High-fat, chocolate stuffed with a sweet coconut mixture! These candies are reminiscent of a Mounds bar. Try these instead of the traditional sugar-laden treats enjoyed on Easter.
Paleo Lemon Blueberry Poke Cake
This low carb, keto, and coconut-tastic cake is an amazing replacement for the traditional iced lemon cake. Your friends and family won’t even be able to tell the difference!
Oreos – Keto Recipe
Who doesn’t love separating the Oreo’s and dipping them in milk? It is something that warms your heart to feel like a child again as you sit at the kitchen table and enjoy cookies and milk. So try this helthy version instead of the scary trans-fats and high fructose corn syrup in real Oreo’s.
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