Keto casseroles are super easy to make and require minimal ingredients to quickly whip up together.
Whether you like to use a crockpot, Instant Pot or even a stockpot – there’s an option here for everyone.
You’ll probably notice some of these recipes as they may take a twist on traditional higher-carb casseroles.
Here’s a list of some creative ways to make ketogenic friendly casseroles for you and your family.
This delicious keto chicken bacon ranch casserole includes ranch, minced garlic, and either spinach or broccoli.
The recipe makes about 8 servings, with 469 calories per serving.
And a total of 7 carbs or 5 net carbs per serving.
The nutrition of this recipe is based on using spinach, but broccoli has nearly similar nutrition stats.
This Keto version of chicken parmesan casserole is an easy dinner recipe that’s savory, flavorful, and full of cheesy tomatoey flavor!
The casserole comes out to 6 servings and a total of 438 calories per serving.
With a total of 4.2 grams of carbs and 3 net carbs per 1/2 cup serving.
There’s nothing like a super easy keto diet-friendly bacon cheeseburger casserole that mimics hamburger pie!
Plus, this dish is loaded up with creamy melted cheeses to give it a super yummy cheeseburger like flavor.
The recipe makes 6 servings for a total of 2 net carbs per serving.
I couldn’t find information for total carbs, so you’d have to use something like My Fitness Pal to figure out the total carbs.
If you’re looking for a Mexican inspired recipe, you might like this slow cooker Mexican lasagna.
While the recipe does call for using cottage cheese, you can easily replace this with ricotta cheese.
The recipe makes 10 servings of lasagna and takes nearly 3 hours to cook in the slow cooker.
I couldn’t find the total or net carb counts, so you’ll have to use something like My Fitness Pal to figure out the nutrition.
This delicious chicken casserole is loaded with cauliflower rice, broccoli, bacon and cheese!
You can easily use cauliflower rice from the store, so you don’t need a lot of prep work for this casserole.
For the casserole, it makes enough for 6 servings and has 457 calories per serving.
And, it comes out to 6 total carbs or 4 net carbs per serving.
If you have a cast-iron skillet, then you’ll like this easy chicken and broccoli casserole recipe!
Plus, this recipe takes about 25 minutes or less before serving.
This casserole comes out to 6 servings for 6 total carbs.
I could not find the net carb count, so you’ll have to use something like My Fitness Pal to figure that out.
If you didn’t know you could make a casserole with pulled pork, well now you do!
This interesting recipe using pulled pork paired with bacon, sugar free barbecue sauce and sliced okra.
Altogether, this comes out to 6 servings for 578 calories each.
Total carb count comes out to 12.5 carbs with 8.2 net carbs.
An easy cheesy keto pizza casserole idea for when you’re craving pizza!
Plus, each layer has a layer of meat and more cheese! The cheese is essentially what is keeping things together.
The pizza casserole comes out to 8 servings for 475 calories.
It looks like a total of 13 total carbs and 12 net carbs. So it’s a little higher on the carb side, but looks so worth it!
This Mexican inspired casserole recipe uses cauliflower rice, pork carnitas and plenty of cheese to keep you full.
It looks like the recipe calls for making a keto enchilada sauce and a keto pork carnitas as they link to those recipes.
Keep in mind this recipe only serves 4 so you might not have left overs if you’re feeding a family.
The total carbs for this recipe come out to 11 grams of carbs and 6 net carbs.
What I like about this easy keto barbecue chicken recipe is that it’s easy to make and extremely versatile.
It may not look pretty in the picture but it sure tastes good!
The recipe calls for using bacon, two different kinds of cheeses, and of course a sugar free barbecue sauce.
Carb count comes out to 4 total carbs but I couldn’t find the net carb information.