The One Pot Ketogenic Diet Cookbook: 100+ Easy Weeknight Meals for Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Sheet Pan, and More

December 29, 2018 - Comment

No muss, no fuss―easy, one-pot recipes for keeping up with the ketogenic diet on busy weeknights Figuring out what to make on busy nights can sometimes seem impossible―especially if you’re trying to follow the ketogenic diet. The One-Pot Ketogenic Diet Cookbook makes it easy to keep keto on the table every day of the week

No muss, no fuss―easy, one-pot recipes for keeping up with the ketogenic diet on busy weeknights

Figuring out what to make on busy nights can sometimes seem impossible―especially if you’re trying to follow the ketogenic diet. The One-Pot Ketogenic Diet Cookbook makes it easy to keep keto on the table every day of the week with family-friendly, one-pot meals for your skillet, slow cooker, sheet pan, stock pot, and more. With recipes ready to eat in under 45 minutes, this ketogenic diet cookbook is your go-to guide for setting the stress of staying in ketosis aside.

The One-Pot Ketogenic Diet Cookbook includes:

No-Mess Meals with simple-to-prep recipes using only one-pot or panOver 100 Easy Ketogenic Diet Recipes with clear instructions for recipes such as Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole, Cheesy Cauliflower Rice, Keto Hot Fudge, and much moreQuick to Set with ketogenic diet recipes ready in 30-45 minutesSimple Ingredients with less than 8 ingredients per recipeHandy Extras with cooking tips, nutritional information, and weekly menu planners to help you stay on track with the ketogenic diet

Keeping things simple and delicious, The One-Pot Ketogenic Diet Cookbook helps you stay on track with the ketogenic diet and lifestyle.

Comments

Anonymous says:

I love the simplicity of the recipes I like the simplicity of the recipes. For example – flank steak with broccoli. Why do I need a recipe for that? Because, when I get home from work and just want to throw something in the oven, I don’t have to do any math and calculate the macros – it’s at the end of the recipe. Some recipes are more elaborate than that, but I like that they are not full of obscure ingredients – it’s almost all whole, natural foods that any grocery store should have. Some of my keto cookbooks are so complicated; this one has recipes that seem like they could be in any cookbook.Tonight for dinner I made “Lemon Cream Tilapia Bake” and “Roasted Cauliflower and Broccoli.” For the non-keto-ers in the family, I put less parmesan on their veggies, and a lot less cream sauce on their servings of tilapia. They all thought it was delicious and healthy and didn’t complain that I was feeding them too much fat.

Anonymous says:

Fast, Simple, Delicious. Excellent! I could tell as soon as I started reading this cookbook that it would be good. The recipes are clearly laid our, and they highlight egg-free, nut-free, and dairy-free for those with special dietary needs. The only problem some people might have is that there are no pictures of the dishes. Each recipe has a graphic that shows how it’s prepared… skillet, sheet pan, casserole, etc. That’s a nice touch, but I know a lot of people complain if there are no photos. I’ve been cooking long enough that I can visualize the finished product pretty well, so lack of photos isn’t an issue for me.Last night we made Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajitas. Prep was simple: peel the shrimp (make life easy, get shelled shrimp and all you have to do is take the tails off); chop the peppers and onion; get the oil, spices, and lime juice together. Dump everything into a large ziploc bag or a bowl (less cleanup with a bag, but a bit harder to mix) and mix it up. Pour into the sheet pan and bake. The shrimp…

Anonymous says:

Your new “Go To” easy Keto Cookbook! There is a LOT to appreciate about this cookbook. I do have to say, if you aren’t familiar with Keto, it’s best to familiarize yourself with it or this may not be for you. Another review mentioned prior cholesterol issues and wasn’t sure how healthy these dishes should be, but you should consult your doctor prior to starting a full Ketogenic lifestyle, to ensure it’s for you.Alright, now for the good stuff!Pros:Liz did an amazing job at making this simple as possible. Everything from explaining basics of Keto, such as how your macronutrients are broken down, to things you should limit, things you should have and not have, and what items are best to keep on hand. I love that items are sectioned off by meats, dairy, salads, seafood, sweets and so on. The additional labeling on each recipe for vegetarian, dairy free, egg free, nut free, paleo and under 30 minutes is also an immense help. Sometimes on Keto, we get to enjoying dairy a bit too much and have to…

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