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Are you wondering how to deal with Christmas evening and your keto diet? Do you feel stressed about this time of year because you’re afraid you won’t be able to keep on track? You shouldn’t.

If we take a closer look at a traditional Christmas meal, it is quite simple to adapt it to your keto lifestyle.

christmas evening and keto


Most common appetizers such as oysters, seafood, foie gras or smoked salmon are completely keto friendly. And of course, you really don’t need to eat bread to enjoy foie gras or salmon. If you feel that something’s lacking without bread or toast, bake your own keto bread or toast and bring it along. The Go-Keto Bread Mix is the perfect substitute to serve next to your main dish.

The main course

You’re safe with most traditional main dishes such as turkey, duck or other meats. It’s the side dishes you need to be careful with. Skip the potatoes or fries and fill your plate with vegetables.


Let’s be honest, unless your family eats keto as well, you’d better bring a keto-friendly desert. If you don’t, traditional Christmas deserts and the pralines may be too tempting. There are plenty of quick and easy recipes to make for the occasion and it will be a good time to surprise your family with your favourite keto treats.

Don’t be too hard on yourself. Enjoy this precious time with your family and friends!