Cocktail sauce is a condiment that most people think of as high calorie, but with the keto diet you can enjoy this flavorful dip! This recipe is lightened up and free from soy or gluten. Plus it’s only 2g net carbs per serving!
I love to make a batch of my favorite barbecue sauce for ribs and chicken wings on Sundays so I have leftovers all week long. But there are times when I need something quick and easy to grab on the go. And that’s where this cocktail sauce comes in handy. It takes just five minutes to whip up some keto-friendly mix that will keep me satisfied for hours!
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I love a good seafood dish, but the best part is when you get to add some homemade ketchup. The rich flavor and sweetness of it takes whatever I’m eating over-the-topgood! This recipe couldn’t be easier too; just five ingredients that’ll have your mouth water for more before even finishing this sentence…
Makes 1 ½ cups (24 tablespoons) Keto-Style Cocktail Sauce
Table of Contents
- ½ tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- ¼ teaspoon Frank’s hot sauce
- 1 cup sugar-free ketchup
- 1/3 cup prepared horseradish
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
1. Put all ingredients into your emulsion blender container and blend until combined.
2. Place your blender into the container until it is completely submerged in juice.
3. Combine until well combined, moving the blender up and down approximately 30-60 seconds.
4. Serve with seafood and enjoy! This dish is perfect for those who want to stay healthy.
An emulsion blender will make your life so much easier! Blending all of the ingredients in one container is tricky, but not with an electric whip. You just need to combine them well and then add a few drops for each additional item you want blended until they are mixed together perfectly without any lumps or bumps anywhere on sight – talk about dreamy perfection…
In this tablespoon, there are 6.3 calories and 0 grams of fat with 1 gram of carbs per Tbsp as well!
If you’re looking for a keto-friendly, gluten and soy free cocktail sauce recipe that’s also lightened up on the calories – this is your answer! Plus, it only takes five minutes to whip up. This decadent dip can be enjoyed guilt-free thanks to its low carb count and high fiber content. Now you have no excuse not to amp up your BBQ sauces with some extra flavor from my favorite condiment. What are your thoughts? Have you tried any of these recipes yet? Let us know in the comments below or share them with us on social media using #keto_resource_health so we can try out too!