13 Keto And Low Carb Recipes For 4th Of July Cookout

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The 4th of July is definitely one of the best and most fun holidays during the summer. You get to invite your friends and family, do a barbecue cookout in your backyard, and watch some fireworks while sipping on beer! But of course, when it comes to the meals you will be serving, you have to be mindful of some of your guests are following a certain diet. And if you notice that there are some who is on a keto diet, then do not worry because I have here 13 Keto and low carb recipes for a 4th of July cookout party! 

13. Air Fryer Keto Coconut Shrimp

Air Fryer Keto Coconut Shrimp is easy to make. Your family would surely love this appetizer. My kids also love this appetizer and get excited to eat it anytime.

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12. The Best Old Fashioned Keto Chocolate Fudge

Made the old fashioned way on the stove just like Grandma would, this Keto Chocolate Fudge is a decadent luxury. It’s creamy, buttery, rich and chocolatey – exactly how chocolate fudge should be. Make it as a gift or share it at home, and just try to eat only one! This recipe is vegan and paleo too.

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11. Horiatiki (Greek Village Salad)

Horiatiki, or Greek Village Salad is a classic Greek salad with no lettuce. It’s simple, rustic and chunky, and it’s tossed in homemade Greek dressing!

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10. Low-Carb Scotch Eggs, Four Ways

Scotch Eggs, tasty sausage-covered cooked eggs, are an appetizer that work great anywhere, from pub to picnic to poolside cocktail party.

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9. Cauliflower Potato Salad – Easy Low Carb Recipe

Cauliflower Potato Salad – Easy Low Carb Recipe that’s a cauliflower salad that you’ll want to make for that barbecue this summer, or even during the week for a healthy side dish recipe on a low carb or keto diet!

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8. Cottage Cheese Cheesecake

My healthy Cottage Cheese Cheesecake is smooth, creamy, and bursting with farm-fresh berries. The red, white, and blue colors make it perfect for the 4th of July or any other time of year. This easy recipe is low carb, keto, gluten free, grain free, sugar free, and Trim Healthy Mama friendly.

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7. Keto Fruit Pizza Cookies

These low carb Keto Fruit Pizza Cookies are as tasty as they are pretty. With a shortbread crust, whipped cream cheese frosting, and fresh berries they are the perfect dessert for Mother’s Day or any other time of year.

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6. Easy Low Carb Pizza Mushrooms

Have you tried any of my other low carb foods? Easy Low Carb Egg Roll in a Bowl, Philly Steak & Cheese Skillet and Cabbage Bacon Sausage Stir Fry are just a few family, friend and reader favorites. We absolutely love this Pizza Stuffed Chicken from Dinner at the Zoo.

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5. Bacon Wrapped Pickles Stuffed With Cream Cheese (Keto Approved!)

Bacon Wrapped Pickles that are stuffed with cream cheese. If you have not tried a pickle wrapped in smokey bacon off the grill you have to try. This is a keto pickle snack you can serve up as well.

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4. Coconut Chicken Skewers

These coconut chicken skewers are a really fun evening meal for all the family. The marinade combines coconut cream, sweet paprika, coriander and garlic for lots of flavour that gives a nice hum but isn’t too overpowering for kids or those that don’t like too much spice.

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3. PF Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Copycat PF Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps are so easy to make, and healthy too! Ground chicken is tossed in an Asian-style sauce and served on bib lettuce. Ready in just 30 minutes, this flavor-bursting recipe is perfect as an appetizer or a healthy dinner! Make a double batch and have the rest for lunch this week – it is perfect for a homemade lunch on the go!

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2. Smoked Rack of Pork

Smoked Rack of Pork is an impressive cut of meat that’s easy to smoke. Covered in garlic and slow-cooked until tender and juicy, this is one meaty meal you won’t be able to resist!

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1. Garlic Butter Shrimp

This spicy garlic butter shrimp recipe is delicious in a cast iron pan while camping and so easy it has become classic even when we’re not camping. Just a few ingredients are all you need for this incredibly simple but crazy delicious recipe. Serve these butter shrimp as a standalone dish with crusty bread (to sop up all the garlic butter), as a topping for steak, or folding into pasta for scampi.

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