6 Kid-Friendly KETO/Low-Carb Meals

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As you know, I am a big fan of the Keto Lifestyle and I have found myself inspecting Pinterest all the time for kid-friendly KETO dinners. Since I follow KETO and it is absolutely a healthy plan, I want meals that appeal to the whole family. I am looking for options to incorporate into my rotation of meals that they won’t turn their nose up to. I’ve come up with some recipes my kids enjoy and I think yours will too!

For all you moms also following the KETO Lifestyle, there are options your kids will not just like but love!

You’ll thank me later 🙂

 
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Lemon-Pepper Baked Chicken Wings

What child doesn’t love chicken? I’ve never met one lol. These wings have the perfect amount of spice and are great for a weeknight dinner with some yummy sides, or game day.

Bacon Stuffed Chicken Breasts

I love the cozy, yummy flavors in this Bacon, Goat Cheese & Basil Stuffed Chicken. It’s filling and super kid-friendly.

Ranch-Rubbed Roasted Pork Chops

Do you love Ranch seasoning as much as we do? It’s one of our favorites but I don’t love buying it because I feel like it’s not as natural as he homemade. I’m glad I finally found a delicious recipe that I can make ahead and store for when I need it.
The appeal for kids with this meal is two-fold. For some reason, they love knowing that it’s cooked in pickle juice and the dill pickle juice adds a wonderful briny flavor to this recipe.

This is one is actually perfection because you can change it up to use whatever you have on hand! there a multitude of vegetables you can add to this. It’s actually a super quick and easy weeknight meal.

I’m a huge fan of making a big pot of soup, especially on a cold day! The cauliflower has a light taste and takes on the taste of other ingredients. You can swap out the goat cheese for other cheeses and even add some bacon.

So which one of these are going are you going to make this week? 

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