Keto Passover Seder Recipes

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Passover: a celebration of freedom and starch.

As a kid, keeping kosher on Passover always stressed me out, since I disliked matzah (or matza or matzo or matzoh), matzah ball soup, gefilte fish, and potato kugel. My beloved pizza bagels were ousted. Instead I got matzah pizza. Gone were Twix and KitKats. In came the assorted fruit flavored jelly candies, sliced like smiles, as if to compensate for the disappointment of getting one. Even Coke had to be kosher for Passover.

I gave up keeping kosher long ago, and in the past decade of eating low carb, I’ve lost my cravings for most junk food. So, the holiday really doesn’t change my diet in any way these days.  But for anyone who is planning a seder, trying to figure out how to keep out the carbs can be challenging. That’s why we rounded up some low carb recipes for those of you aiming to have a keto Passover seder. (i.e. Below you’ll find some ideas for potato substitutes!)

Grain Free Matzo from Elana’s Pantry

Steamed CSD Keneidalach (Matzo Balls) from Waiting for the Sun

Spaghetti Squash Kugel from Genius Kitchen

Barbo’s Spaghetti Squash Kugel (contains dairy) from CarbSmart

Low carb gefilte fish from Elana’s Pantry

Low carb matzo balls from ASweet Life

No-matzo ball soup from Charlie Foundation

Hard Boiled Eggs with Spinach from Food52

Eggs in Salt Water from Genius Kitchen

Oven roasted rutabaga from the Healthy Foodie

Roasted Radishes from the Washington Post

Fried Eggplant Salad from A Sweet Life

Homemade Horseradish from Vicki Bensinger

Low Carb Coconut Macaroons from Sugar Free Mom

Easy Keto Coconut Macaroons from Keto Diet App

Low Carb Raspberry Chocolate Macaroons from Your Lighter Side

Dark Chocolate with Smoked Sea Salt from Healthy Living How To

 

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