Satisfying cravings while staying true to a keto diet can be hard, which is why I love keto casseroles.
Hearty keto casseroles are incredibly satiating, making it easy to go low-carb.
Plus, they’re like the multi-tool of the homemade meals because you can make them with anything.
Craving keto chicken casserole recipes? I have just the thing!
What about a high stack of pancakes? Yep, I’ve found an awesome keto recipe for that, too.
These 30 keto casserole recipes will fill you up and keep you satiated without weighing you down with carbs.
Easy and Delicious Low Carb Keto Casserole Recipes
Sweet potatoes are high in starch. Luckily, this casserole isn’t.
This brilliant recipe combines butternut squash and cauliflower to make it taste just like a sweet potato.
It even has a matching pecan topping that’s sweetened with monk fruit.
This is great news for Thanksgiving which we all know tends to be a carb-filled feast.
This cheesy savory dish will have you saying “carbs who?”
The spicy taco seasoning has a good amount of capsaicin which helps you feel full.
Add that to the ground beef and mound of cheese for an easy taco night family dinner.
If you like spice as much as I do, you can also top this casserole with some fresh chili peppers like jalapeno or serrano.
This is another keto-friendly casserole that will be fantastic for the holidays. The cheese makes it rich and indulgent while the veggies pack in the nutrients.
Rather than using French fried onions, this recipe substitutes them with caramelized onions.
This adds more complexity while keeping the whole dish gluten-free.
Broccoli and cheese scream comfort food! So on dreary days, I turn to this recipe.
It’s a big hit in my household and for good reason. The decadent cheese sauce is rich in dairy which means there’s no fuss about eating these veggies.
If you’re in the mood for meat, you can also add in some cooked chicken breast.
Need a light summer casserole? Give this recipe a whirl.
It’s very similar to potato gratin, except it’s gluten-free and low in carbs.
You’ll replace the potatoes with slices of zucchini and ditch the breadcrumbs. This makes for a light yet tasty dish that won’t weigh you down.
Plus, it’s a great use of extra zucchini!
Giving up a carb-filled sandwich is easy with this recipe. It turns the classic Reuben into a sensational casserole that’s completely keto-friendly.
It’s got only 3 net carbs and takes about 30 minutes to make.
If you can’t find deli-corned beef, you can use canned instead. Just be sure to read the label to see what’s in the can.
This casserole is like mac and cheese and baked potato all in one! Well, except it’s low-carb.
Steamed cauliflower provides a bunch of nutrients like vitamin C and vitamin K.
While cream cheese, cheddar cheese, and bacon give it all the flavor.
You can also roast your cauliflower instead of steaming. This will give it a delicious caramelized flavor.
Moussaka is the Greek version of lasagna. It’s typically made with meat, eggplant, and potatoes.
However, this recipe gives it a keto spin by leaving out the starch.
It’s rich in cream, cheese, tomatoes, and spice. It also has a layer of perfectly browned ground lamb.
Part Mediterranean and all keto, this moussaka combines the best of both worlds for a heartwarming meal.
Pizza is one of the hardest things to give up when going keto. Fortunately, there’s a solution.
Turn your pizza pie into this cauliflower casserole and you can take some guilt out of the equation.
All you need is five ingredients and there’s no dough rolling required. And in true pizza form, you can mix and match your favorite toppings.
If you’re not big on cabbage, this recipe will make you feel differently.
It takes this nutritious veggie and melds it with hearty ingredients for a gratifying meal.
This includes ground turkey, tomato sauce, and shredded cheese.
This is a good substitute when you want a rich and meaty pasta sauce but need more veggies.
Unless you’re cooking portabella burgers, mushrooms never seem to get all the glory. Well, this casserole is changing the game.
Mushrooms are the star of this dish, making it rich in nutrients and earthy flavors.
Of course, everything tastes better with some cheese, but not just any cheese will do.
For this you need gruyere. Gruyere is slightly creamy and nutty, making it the ideal topping for these mushrooms.
Low-cost and low-carb dishes can be hard to come by. Which is what makes this casserole so great.
Tuna is high in protein and affordable. Pair it with some mayo, mustard, onions, and spice and you have a tuna sandwich in a casserole.
Plus, you can have this hot and ready in just 30 minutes.
High in protein and fat, this flavorful casserole is best for when you really need something comforting.
Rather than using the store-bought stuff, you’ll make the ranch with mayo, cheese, and sour cream.
I think this not only tastes fresher, but it means you can ditch unwanted additives.
And don’t worry, this creamy dish isn’t all fat. There is some broccoli in the mix.
This one-skillet bake is overflowing with deliciousness.
I’m a big fan of one-dish meals and an even bigger fan of Mexican food. So you can imagine how crazy I am about this bake.
The chicken gets a coating of taco seasoning. Then it’s baked with a medley of onions, bell peppers, and cheese.
While toppings are optional, I think some avocado and salsa are a must.
How do you reduce the carbs in pancakes? Easy, use low-carb flour like this recipe.
The low-carb protein powder mixed with coconut flour turns this casserole into a giant fluffy, pillowy pancake.
It’s even got a delectable sugar-free blueberry sauce.
I should note this recipe does use baking soda. So if you want to reduce your net carbs, you can use a homemade baking powder instead.
I’m a sucker for hash browns, but they’re not exactly keto-friendly. This is why I find this recipe so amazing!
This copycat Cracker Barrel casserole ingeniously replaces the spuds with shredded cauliflower.
Then, you’ll combine them with a ton of sour cream and cheese.
This recipe is proof that you don’t need pasta to make a good meatball dish.
Tender homemade meatballs meld with a rich marinara sauce and a double whammy of ricotta and mozzarella.
The definition of comfort food, this Italian-inspired casserole is so satiating, you won’t want pasta in it.
This is another fabulous use of extra squash! It’s a good summer dish to whip up when you want something cheesy that isn’t too heavy.
While many cheesy casseroles use breadcrumbs for added crunch, this one uses almonds.
It also binds everything together with eggs, giving it a bit of a frittata consistency.
Also, you don’t have to stick with just summer squash. I think some other veggies like cherry tomatoes and bell peppers will make a nice addition.
I’d be lying if I said this recipe is just for kids. Chili dogs are a guilty pleasure that adults will love too.
This casserole doubles up on the meat with ground beef and hot dogs. It gets an additional boost for protein from the cheddar cheese.
When choosing hot dogs, make sure you choose a keto-friendly brand.
This casserole is so rich in protein you won’t even miss the hot dog buns.
You don’t have to give up baked ziti just because of your keto diet. This recipe lets you indulge thanks to the roasted cauliflower.
Cauliflower is such a versatile ingredient that’s jammed packed with nutrition.
Due to the mellow profile, it makes an exceptional substitution for pasta in this dish.
Don’t worry, you may be reducing carbs, but you’re not reducing flavor. This ziti still comes with a triple threat of cheese and meaty marinara sauce.
Brussel sprouts have met their match with bacon and sharp cheddar cheese.
If you tend to steer clear of them, I highly recommend you try this recipe. This casserole is salty, creamy, and very tasty.
Brussel sprouts are super filling. So filling, I find them to be as gratifying as potatoes with fewer carbs and calories.
This is great news because you can save all those calories for the bacon and cheese in this casserole.
Speaking of bacon, a breakfast casserole isn’t complete without this salty fat.
The thing I like about keto is it’s bacon-friendly. The next thing I like is putting it in this breakfast casserole.
This dish is full of nutrients in the form of veggies and eggs. Meanwhile, bacon adds a boost of salt and protein.
You throw together this casserole with very little effort. You can also prepare it ahead of time in case you need to plan in advance.
How do you make the ultimate jalapeno popper casserole?
You layer tender chicken breast, crisp bacon, and jalapeno slices in a casserole dish. Then, you’ll smother it in a cream cheese sauce.
This casserole will make a fabulous addition to any occasion.
Potlucks, game days, birthdays, or brunches, if there’s an occasion, then there should be this jalapeno popper casserole.
Who needs bread when you’ve got this Philly cheesesteak casserole!
While rolls can be good for serving, they’re very restricting.
This casserole, on the other hand, lets you cram in all your favorite Philly cheesesteak fixings.
Like the sandwich, it is high in calories, so keep that in mind.
Chicken tetrazzini is a chicken pasta bake that’s smothered in a creamy sauce. It may sound complicated, but it’s pretty easy.
To make it keto-friendly, this recipe uses Palimini linguine instead of pasta. This is a heart of palm pasta that has a sensational taste.
This recipe will completely revolutionize how you think of deli meat. This key ingredient doubles as pasta shells making this Italian dish gluten-free.
You’ll make a ricotta cheese stuffing which is standard for manicotti. Then, spoon the mixture onto turkey slices and roll them like an enchilada.
Smother them in marinara and more cheese. Then boom, you’ll have a keto-friendly manicotti!
I love tamales, but I don’t love all the work it takes to make them. This tamale pie is the perfect alternative.
Whether you’re on a low-carb diet, keto diet, or just like tamales, this recipe is a stellar choice.
It substitutes the masa harina for a cornbread topping instead. For the filling, it spices up browned beef with a flavorful spice blend and tomato sauce.
Everybody needs a good everything but the kitchen sink casserole. And this one is perfect for those who need a low-carb option.
Chicken is the protein of choice which is excellent because it’s so versatile.
This recipe also uses pretty much everything in the kitchen, adding a range of flavors and textures.
This includes cauliflower, onion, mushrooms, bell pepper, and bacon. Of course, it also has a couple of handfuls of cheese.
If you don’t have an ingredient or two that’s totally fine. Kitchen sink recipes are great because they’re so adaptable.
When it’s too cold to fire up the outside grill for a burger, I make this casserole instead.
It’s oozing with lean ground beef and sharp cheddar cheese. It’s even got mayo, mustard, and ketchup making it taste just like a cheeseburger.
As for the veggies, they need not apply. It’s all about the meat and cheese here!
This is another heartwarming dish I like to whip up when the weather gets chilly.
There’s something about the combination of cheese and tomato sauce that makes this chicken dinner taste super cozy.
It’s also easier to whip up than you may think. All you’ll need is seven ingredients and about 30 minutes.
Of course, you also need a casserole dish, but you already know that!
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