GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE | KETO THANKSGIVING RECIPE

GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE | KETO THANKSGIVING RECIPE


hi guys it’s Keila today I am going to
be showing you a green bean casserole perfect for this upcoming holiday or any
type of holiday that you’re celebrating personally this has been a staple in my
mail prep so I wanted to show you guys how easy it is to make if you guys like
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video a thumbs up so I know and any other recipes that you want me to try to
make more keto friendly leave them in the comments down below alright let’s go
ahead and get started into this video you’re just going to need a couple of
ingredients I’m starting off with the bag of green beans now I’m just going to
wash these and chop off the ends now you don’t have to chop off the ends but I
find that they’re too hard to eat and they kind of ruin the vibe after I’m cutting the tips I’m going to
cut them in half and place them on a baking sheet I’m adding about a
tablespoon of Alucard oil and my seasonings of choice
I just am using some salt pepper a little bit of garlic powder and this
onion saw I’ve been obsessed with it lately from Trader Joe’s and some onion
powder mix the green beans to coat it with the olive oil and seasoning and
place it at a 400 degree oven for 10 minutes now this stuff is definitely not
needed but I like a little char on my green beans so I invest in adding this
step into the mix I just have two strips of bacon that I cut in half and I’m
going to place in a saucepan you’re going to want to cook the bacon I’m just
cooking it in a pot so that way I won’t have extra dishes once the bacon is
cooked take it and chop it up and reserve it for later with the rendered
bacon grease you’re going to want to add the chopped onions and saute them until
they’re translucent I’m using about 1 tablespoon of
Kerrygold butter next it’s on to the mushrooms now I’m just using about 8
ounces of mushrooms that I am lightly cleaning with a damp paper towel now I’m
such a foodie I used to wire ticking shows as a kid and I was told that you
should never wash your mushrooms so I looked by that rule once you finish cleaning the mushrooms
you’re going to chop them into bite-sized pieces add the mushrooms in and you’re just
going to let these cook low and slow I have them on about medium low so that
way all the moisture can come out of the mushrooms once the mushrooms are half
their size it’s time to add the cream now I’m using about 1/4 cup of heavy
whipping cream and 1/4 cup of almond milk I forgot to add the garlic I
usually do that when I am sautéing the onion so I figured I just throw that in
there now and add some extra seasoning I’m just using a little bit of salt and
pepper since I already seasoned the green beans I’m adding about 1/4 cup of mozzarella
cheese now this step is not needed but I feel like it brings everything together
you can totally omit this step but I’m only using about 1/4 of a cut I’m just
using the residual heat from the mushroom cream sauce to melt the cheese place your green beans in a casserole
dish this one was actually a little too big but we’re going to go with it
and you’re going to combine the mushroom cream sauce you’re going to want to crunch up the
pork rinds a little bit so that way it’s evenly distributed throughout the
casserole and also top it with the leftover bacon
that we had you’re going to place this in a
400-degree oven just so that everything can come together now everything that’s
already cooked in this so this should only take about ten minutes and there you have it a green bean
casserole fit for a queen or a king definitely try this out if you do let me
know in the comments down below or change a picture of it and tag me on
Instagram that’s gonna be off for this one I will see you guys in the next one
as always bye

13 thoughts on “GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE | KETO THANKSGIVING RECIPE

  1. Thank you! I've been all over the internet looking for a dairy free keto casserole but this is perfect, a little mozz and heavy cream won't bug me too much and it is thanksgiving so I can cheat a little 😁😁😁

  2. Years ago I made a gluten free version of green bean casserole. It had me add parmeasn cheese to the top to get the same flavor of French fried onions and it was a hit. Thanks for the video!

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