keto-friendly chuck roast recipes

10 Keto-Friendly Chuck Roast Recipes for the Holidays

The Holidays are right around the corner and with the Holidays comes dinners and parties with family and friends.  Typically, this is an excuse to ditch the diets and savor all of our favorite cheat treats.  But if you’re finding that you’d like to try to stick to your Keto diet, an easy solution is to make sure there’s a solid main course that you can enjoy without ANY guilt.

We’ve collected 10 keto-friendly chuck roast recipes from the internet (since it’s a Holiday fav).  Check out the options below and glide through the Holiday Season sticking to your goals:

  1. Keto Slow Cooker Pot Roast Recipe – This recipe is from www.stockpilingmoms.com and is THE TRADITIONAL take on pot roast (minus the potatoes), but it uses a slow cooker so it’s super simple and stress-free.
  2. Easy Keto Balsamic Beef Pot Roast – Low Carb – If you celebrate two holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas, then you may get a bit tired of having the classic bird for both, so why not mix things up with this twist on pot roast.  The balsamic vinegar gives this dish that little kick to take it from boring to WOW.  This recipe from www.ibreatheimhungry.com also has instructions for cooking this in your instant pot.
  3. INSTANT POT BUTTER BEEF – KETO, LOW-CARB RECIPE – Look at the name of this one…I just couldn’t pass it up.  Butter beef…YUM!  This is another recipe that you can cook in your instant pot.  Serve over mashed cauliflower and WOW, here comes comfort food at its best.  www.beyerbeware.net delivers a savory spin on the classic pot roast.
  4. Low-Carb Slow Cooker Pot Roast – ITALIAN STYLE – If you LOVE Italian then this is the recipe for you.  The perfect blend of savory Italian flavors and beef.  This recipe from www.simplysohealthy.com is perfect for family Holiday meals that allow you to keep to your weight-loss and healthy living goals.
  5. Keto Mississippi Roast – If you like your food with a bit of spice then definitely try out this recipe from www.ruled.me.  It has a nice pepper and pepperoncini flavor that you’re sure to love.  Serve with mashed cauliflower or Keto bread.  Great recipe to start before you dash out the door to do your Holiday shopping.  Come home to a warm, Keto-friendly meal!
  6. Low Carb Mexican Shredded Beef –  I LOVE LOVE LOVE Mexican food.  I just had to include this recipe from www.alldayidreamaboutfood.com.  Use this main dish to make Keto-friendly tacos using homemade cheddar cheese shells or make tortillas using cauliflower and make quesadillas, soft tacos, even burritos. You can’t go wrong with this recipe!
  7. Keto Beef Stew in the Instant Pot – Winter is upon us!  It’s time for hearty stews to warm you from the inside out.  This recipe from www.rootandrevel.com couldn’t be simpler or faster.  If you don’t have an instant pot, directions are included for a slow cooker.  Simple, easy, and YUM!
  8. Louisiana Pot Roast – I love trying recipes from different regions of the country.  There are so many many many wonderful variations of the classic recipes and this one from www.ketodietcafe.com is no different.  Pot roast with a kick!
  9. Keto Shredded Beef Recipe – Asian Style – OH YUM!  It’s all I can say.  Imagine the flavors…beef…sesame oil…ginger…AMAZING!  This does have one red chili pepper in the recipe so if you just can’t handle the heat, leave it out.  This is on my Holiday meals list FOR SURE!
  10. BBQ Pot Roast – Our list wouldn’t be complete WITHOUT BBQ.  I know it seems like BBQ has no place in a Keto diet but with this recipe, you make the BBQ sauce using Splenda.  If artificial sweeteners aren’t your thang then experiment using stevia.

Many of these recipes use traditional store bought (not grass-fed or grass-finished) chuck roasts so you’ll need to adjust your cooking time just a little bit.  Remember, there’s less fat in 100% grass-fed and grass-finished beef so it requires less cooking time.  In general, it takes 30% less time to cook it.  Typically when using a slow cooker you don’t have to worry too much about that reduced time, but it’s work checking it.  For example, if the recipe calls for 4 hours of slow cooking you’ll want to check it around 3 hrs and 30 minutes.  More than likely, you’ll find it tender and ready to eat.

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