30 So Savory Quick & Easy Keto Meal Prep for the Week − Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

5 Ways to Use Leftover Ham

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If I had to choose between a fancy meal of ham with all the fixin’s and a leftover ham sandwich, the sandwich would win every single time. In fact, there’s a good choice the ham wouldn’t even make it into the sandwich, as I have a tendency to just cut pieces of ham off the bone and eat them straight. Tell me I’m not the only one!
Embarrassing snacking habits aside, having leftover ham in the house means that we have dinner options for days. While there are some obvious things you can make with ham—split pea soup, scalloped potatoes and ham sandwiches come to mind—I wanted to share some of my favorite leftover ham ideas that veer away from these classic recipes.
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Low-Carb Pesto Caprese Chicken Casserole

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Think keto and casseroles can’t go together? Think again! This low-carb friendly casserole has layers of tender chicken, cheesy mozzarella and parmesan, tangy pesto, spinach, and roasted cherry tomatoes! Doesn’t that sound amazing?
This is a super easy recipe that will please even the pickiest of eaters, even the ones who don’t normally eat keto. How could you go wrong with cheese and chicken? And when I say easy I mean really easy.
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Low-Carb Cauliflower Creamed Spinach

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The Recipe Card, Instructional Video and Nutritional Information is at the bottom of the post, but don’t be too hasty! The post contains all my tips and tricks.
Mmmm spinach…. I love me some spinach. My favorite way to eat my beloved spinach is creamed.
Creamed spinach recipes, sadly, contains flour, but fear no more, because that little fact forced us to invent this a.m.a.z.i.n.g. side dish recipe -> Low-Carb Cauliflower Creamed Spinach ohhhh yeah!
This recipe is definitely a family favorite. Yes, I say that almost every time we post a recipe, but this time it’s more true than the other times (I may or may not say that every time too, but that’s besides the point).
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Low Carb Tuna Casserole – This is my low carb, gluten free take on a traditional classic. You won’t even miss the pasta.
Tuna casserole is always reminiscent of my childhood dinner table. Quick and easy. The poor mans friend. Back then it only took a box of pasta, a couple cans of tuna, some condensed cream of mushroom soup, and peas. Now, I am giving it an elevated low carb, gourmet face lift. The dill and the mustard powder really bring this sauce to life. Serving it over cabbage was just a no brainer. Cabbage is a favorite among low carbers and makes an excellent substitution for noodles. It is filling, inexpensive and versatile. That is a winning combination. If you are a fan of cabbage recipes, check out some of my other variations. Fried Cabbage with Kielbasa, Oven Roasted Cabbage Wedges, and Paleo Cabbage Roll Soup just to name a few. What are some of your favorite ways to eat cabbage?
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Low-Carb Twice-Baked Cauliflower is a side dish that everyone will love! And this tasty dish is also Keto, low-glycemic, gluten-free, and South Beach Diet friendly
Now let’s make some Low-Carb Twice Baked Cauliflower! Cut up the cauliflower and cook in boiling salted water until it’s barely soft, then drain and mash, leaving some chunks. (I mashed it a few times in the colander and then transferred to the pan I cooked it in and mashed a bit more.) Cook the bacon; then crumble bacon, slice green onions, cut cream cheese into cubes, measure sour cream, and measure Parmesan.
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Philly Cheesesteak Casserole

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Apologies in advance to any Philadelphia natives that may read this; I know this is not a true, authentic cheesesteak by any means, but I’m pretty excited about this low carb alternative. There is something very satisfying about peppers, onions and steak that gets even better when you add some cheese. You don’t even need the bread when the outcome tastes this good – bonus points for it being easy to prepare, making it the perfect weeknight meal.
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