Keto Recipes - Created Date : 13.11.2019
Low Carb Meatloaf Recipe with Keto Ketchup
This low carb dinner turned out so fabulous that I thought I’d share the recipe with you in detail. I’ll also include some helpful tips & my personal modifications to the original recipe – plus other ideas/replacements you can use.
The original recipe card (above) said the meatloaf would make 4 servings and come to 7 net carbs per serving. I cut mine into 4 servings, which were large servings to me, but mine only came out to just over 3 net carbs per serving.
I used the free MyFitnessPal Recipe Calculator to put in all the ingredients I used for both the meatloaf and the side dish, based on my own brands/labels and amounts.
Cauliflower can really add up on you once you mash or cream it, because it cooks down to nothing when you remove the high water content. ??
This was an absolutely delicious low carb meal though!
And it made for GREAT leftovers. ??
Not really being a fan of ketchup, I would normally top a meatloaf with chunky salsa instead. I would also use spinach + an extra egg as the binder, but I wanted to try the Pork Panko this time – and it was delicious!
I actually had two low carb ketchups on hand, so I asked around the web for a recommendation between the two:
I never would have thought to make it if I didn’t get those ingredients and the recipe card all together in my April Keto Delivered Box.
That was so convenient and made it super easy. ??
I’m going to use the rest of the Pork Panko to make breaded chicken tenders, and maybe zucchini fries too. Both sound like a GREAT treat! ??
I was cooking for one, so I ended up having to eat this for FOUR meals lol. I invite Aaron over for dinner sometimes, but he doesn’t eat beef OR pork, so I ended up having to eat the entire meatloaf myself.
I’m not complaining. ??
Have you tried the AlternaSweets Keto Ketchup or BBQ sauce yet? I don’t usually eat ketchup, or many sauces actually other than ranch dressing for dip, so I’m curious how it compares to other brands in your opinion.
It was as good as everyone on Instagram said it was, so next I think I’ll use it in place of the barbecue sauce to make my Low Carb BBQ Spinach Burgers.
They’re on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2xHAEkF but you can use parmesan cheese too. I often just use shredded parmesan, an egg and even a handful of steamed spinach – that makes a great binder for a low carb meatloaf. ??
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