When it comes to the mainstay of all thanksgiving dinners, it is of course the turkey. And the thing that makes holiday turkey all the better is the stuffing. Traditionally, stuffing is made with a combination of herbs and bread, however, for those of you under a keto diet, the bread is no good.
Fear not though, since we have a recipe that does away with the carbohydrate-rich ingredient but still keeps the integrity of fine thanksgiving stuffing.
What Makes The Stuffing
As a substitute for bread, our recipe will be using keto croutons that you can buy at your local shop. After you have them in your possession we will stir them together with Italian sausage and all kinds of vegetables. Once you have finished baking the mixture, you can then stuff it inside your turkey and bon appétit.