Keto Recipes - Created Date : 10.12.2019
Low Carb Green Bean Casserole
This low carb green bean casserole is a deliciously healthy keto spin on a Thanksgiving classic. Have your old favorites without breaking the carb bank.
The days of making a green bean casserole entirely out of canned and packaged ingredients are long over. Once you try this low carb green bean casserole recipe, I promise you won’t be buying canned cream of mushroom soup anytime soon. This is a great holiday classic but also a delicious year-round side dish. If you are adding this recipe to your low carb, keto Thanksgiving recipes and still need additional ideas, I have a couple of roundup posts that just might help – Your Low Carb Thanksgiving Table and Pumpkinpalooza – 45 Low Carb Sweet and Savory Pumpkin Recipes.
In a large pot of salted water, bring the green beans to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes. Drain in colander and submerge the beans in an ice water bath to shock them and stop the cooking process. Drain and set aside.
In a large mixing bowl, combine almond flour, sea salt, and black pepper. Add onions and shallots and toss until they are well coated.
In a large skillet over medium-high heat, heat ½ inch of avocado oil. Once the oil is hot, add breaded onions and shallots in small batches and fry until crispy and golden brown.
Remove them from the oil and spread out on a paper towel to remove excess grease.
Drain skillet and reduce heat to medium. Add the mushrooms, butter and garlic to the pan.
Sauté the mushrooms and garlic for 5 minutes.
Preheat oven to 400°
To the skillet, add heavy cream, and chicken stock. Bring to a boil over medium heat and then reduce heat to low and let simmer to thicken. Once sauce has started to thicken, stir in Parmesan cheese.
Add green beans to sauce and stir until they are coated. Transfer mixture to a casserole dish. Spread crispy onions and shallots out evenly around the perimeter of this dish. Bake 15 minutes.
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I have yet to find a heavy cream with some unhealthy chemicals included. Though I live in a rural area and we do not have access to much in the way of organic foods here, I still won’t purchase these items. I am guessing that I can substitute organic coconut milk for the heavy cream?
Thanks for your response! I use many of your recipes and we haven’t been disappointed yet! Thank you for all you do!
Kyndra is the expert……but just wanted to quickly state, That No, I am sure, she would agree, Coconut Milk is Wrong….It’s Sweet for Desserts. Better off using can cream/ regular milk if you’re in rural area.
I think that oil is just Kyndra’s oil of choice. I am going to try just frying it in our fryer with peanut oil. I hate frying stuff cause of the mess so it’s easier to have my husband do it in the fryer outside! ?? I don’t know if that is better than the avocado oil but it is cheaper and I don’t have to clean it up! I am definitely trying this for Thanksgiving this year.
Plan on making this for Thanksgiving this year. Do you think this could be made and assembled the day before? I hate leaving everything to the last minute. It takes the joy out of meal preparation. Thanks!
Made this for thanksgiving and it was a huge hit. the only thing I noticed was that the “breading” for the onions got clumpy and separated when put in oil to fry (still tasted good), and the mixture never really thickened when set to simmer. still amazing though! thank you!
This was the best green bean casserole ever! We have a large family with lots of dietary restrictions (diabetic, gluten free/celiac, etc). Everyone LOVES it. i might change the flour for the “breading” of the onions. The almond flour didn’t stick to the onions and there was a lot of burned flour bits left in the bottom of the skillet. I also added a little arrowroot powder to thicken the sauce. This is our new go to recipe. Thank you so much for posting it!
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