A keto sheet-pan can be a great tool for creating quick and delicious low carb recipes at any time of the day.
I don’t know about you, but for me, weekdays can be hectic – even more so if I don’t take the time to plan my meals in advance. What’s great about these keto sheet-pan recipes is that they can be thrown together in a pinch – so don’t even think about hitting that drive-thru. I’ve got you covered with at least one option for every meal of the day.
Want a great sheet pan? I LOVE the Kitchenatics Baking Sheet with Cooling Rack Set because it comes with the cookie rack, which I use to cook wings so they aren’t sitting in their own juices — that’s how they get nice and crispy in the oven!
If you’re sick of eggs because you feel like you’ve eaten them every way possible, then this keto granola recipe is for you. This is a simple recipe that is chock full of keto-friendly ingredients such as flaked coconut and nuts. It’s all tossed together then toasted with cinnamon, coconut oil, and a touch of keto-friendly sweetener. You can eat it alone or with a little almond milk, for a fresh and crunchy way to start your day.
Fresh tilapia is breaded in a mixture of pork rinds, parmesan cheese, and lemon pepper for the ultimate grain-free fish stick. I’ve even included a link to my recipes for Lemon Dill Tartar Sauce and Homemade Champagne Ketchup which are two of my favorite keto-friendly dipping sauces.
Drumsticks are one of the most affordable dinner options, but they are far from bland when coated in the most amazing chili-lime dressing, then roasted to perfection on a sheet pan in your oven. Serve them alongside some fresh-steamed cauliflower rice or sauteed zucchini for a delicious meal your whole family will love.
There’s not much better than a sheet pan full of freshly cooked crab legs and veggies drenched in butter and packed with flavor from a generous helping of Cajun seasoning. The best part is that as long as your local grocer carries frozen snow crab legs, you can enjoy this savory summer favorite all year long.
This isn’t your grandma’s green bean casserole – This one’s keto-friendly! It all starts by tossing fresh green beans with a few simple ingredients – like chopped bacon and slivered almonds – then drizzling it with a little olive oil and simple seasonings. Roast it in the oven for 20 minutes, then serve alongside your favorite protein for a completely satisfying low-carb meal.
If you’re looking to add a little kick to your next meal, then whip up a batch of these Keto Buffalo Cauliflower Bites to serve alongside grilled chicken or burgers, instead of fries. They also make a great vegetarian snack – just serve with your favorite low-carb blue cheese dressing and celery sticks on the side.
There are many recipes out there for pumpkin seeds, but this one is not only low-carb, it’s also the perfect balance of salty and savory. It’s also tossed in ghee before it’s roasted, so you can get a healthy boost of fats any time you snack. Eat them as-is after you exercise, or as part of a Keto-Friendly Cheese Plate at your next party. This is one of my sheet-pan recipes that’s sure to be a hit with ketoers and carb-lovers alike.
Stop picking the breading off of wings from your local hot spot and make your own at home – It’s a lot easier than you think. This recipe is low in carbs, packed with flavor, and you can enjoy them without any guilt at all. And for those who are sensitive to spice, they’re the perfect alternative to their famous, spicy cousin – buffalo wings.
This recipe is one of my oldest and most famous WickedStuffed recipes – And I promise it’s totally worthy of the title ‘The Best’. These wings are the perfect low-carb snack because chicken is naturally low-carb, as are most kinds of buffalo sauce. What’s even better is that you can adjust the spiciness to your liking – just adjust the amount of cayenne pepper. Serve with your favorite keto-friendly blue cheese dressing and celery, and you’ve got one bangin’ snack!
Just because you’re avoiding carbs doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy chips. These perfectly cheesy chips are one of my favorite simple sheet-pan recipes. They are sturdy enough to help you enjoy your favorite salsas and dips and can be cut into any shape you desire. The best part is they only require your favorite shredded cheese, a sheet pan, some parchment paper, and ten minutes of your time.