27 Delicious Keto Casserole Dinner Recipes
Whether you are looking for a recipe for a side dish or a tasty main, my list of Keto dinner casserole recipes is sure to give you inspiration. I have included keto versions of traditional dishes like green bean casserole all the way to lovely layered lasagna!
Many of the recipes can be adapted to suit your needs and lots of them can be frozen and used for lunches throughout the week.
Some of the recipes listed use dairy products and, while you may tolerate dairy, we don’t recommend it generally. If you suffer from inflammation, we suggest you limit yourself to ghee, as full-fat cheese and cream can increase inflammatory issues and can be easy to overeat.
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Here are just a few of the Keto Dinner Casserole Recipes we’ve included:
- Chicken Broccoli Casserole
- Green Bean Casserole
- Low Carb Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole (Contains Dairy)
- Mushroom, Bacon, and Cauliflower Casserole
- Keto Lasagna Recipe With Eggplants
- Keto Cottage Pie
- Low-Carb Sauerkraut Sausage Casserole
- Ketogenic Pepperoni Casserole Recipe
- Spicy Sausage and Vegetable Spaghetti Squash Casserole
- Low Carb Chicken Enchilada Bake
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Classic Keto Dinner Casseroles
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: onion, garlic, pork sausage (or else use ground pork with Italian seasoning), avocado oil, zucchinis, parsley, Italian seasoning, eggs, coconut cream, salt, pepper.
Anyone who loves eggs for breakfast would love this casserole and it is so much easier than making everything separately! It is meaty and delicious with light and fluffy eggs to help get you off to a good start in the morning. You can also add in whatever vegetables you like to give it even more of a boost of flavor.
– The Castaway Kitchen
Ingredients: zucchini, Safe Catch Albacore Tuna, onion, garlic, cremini mushrooms, mustard, salt, black pepper, dried rosemary, lemon juice, paleo mayo, broccoli, chopped pecans (or walnuts, or cashews), cashew cream.
Tuna casseroles are tasty and nutritious and can be a great way to feed the family if you are working to a tight budget. The zucchini holds a lot of moisture, so it is important to sprinkle salt on and drain any excess liquid away to avoid the casserole being too watery. You really want it to be creamy and satisfying. The easiest way to make zoodles is with a spiralizer and there are loads to choose from online.
– Grass Fed Girl
Ingredients: coconut oil, fresh broccoli florets, onion, sea salt, pepper, mushrooms, chicken, chicken bone broth, full fat coconut milk, eggs.
This dairy-free casserole is packed with flavor and is a filling and satisfying meal. It has the wonderful texture combination of chicken and mushrooms in a creamy sauce with the wonderful caramelized broccoli pieces at the top. This would be ideal for a family dinner and you don’t need any side dishes as this casserole is a meal in itself.
Ingredients: green beans, mushrooms, bacon, yellow onions, shallots, garlic, almond meal, unsweetened almond milk, sea salt, black pepper, extra virgin olive oil.
Here is another healthier alternative to the traditional green bean dish served at Thanksgiving, but with all the flavors and textures of the original. It does not have to be only for celebrations – this would be a lovely side dish for any roast dinner. It has the wonderful combination of tender beans and crunchy onions with a rich and creamy sauce.
– Freckled Italian
Ingredients: olive oil, yellow onion, garlic, chicken breasts, taco seasoning (or a mixture of cumin, chili powder, cayenne pepper), brussels sprouts, mushrooms, enchilada sauce (use one with little to no added sugar), cheddar cheese (optional), salt, pepper, lettuce, red onion.
Here is another Keto enchilada recipe that is very easy on the eye! With all those great flavors and textures, the whole family will enjoy this comforting and warming meal. The first time I made this I did not tell the family I had used sprouts, and no-one noticed! I really loved the raw onion garnish as it adds a different level to the overall look.
– Things My Belly Likes
Ingredients: chicken thighs, tomato, red onion, red bell pepper, extra virgin olive oil, cloves of garlic, paprika, fresh thyme, tomato paste, black pepper, sea salt, chicken broth.
Needing more comfort food in your diet? Why not try this warming and mouth-watering casserole on a chilly night. It is packed with flavor from the garlic and paprika and the chicken stays so juicy because it is cooked in the sauce. This would be great served with vegetables like broccoli or over a helping of cauliflower rice. You could use chicken breast, but thighs tend to be tastier.
Veggie-Focused Keto Dinner Casseroles
– Do You Even Paleo?
Ingredients: bacon, onion, fresh thyme, garlic, salt, ground pepper, cremini mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, cauliflower, beef or chicken bone broth, fresh spinach, coconut aminos.
The combination of textures in this Keto casserole dish is great with its soft, meaty mushrooms and crispy bacon, and the flavors are really brought out by adding the fresh herbs. This dish looks substantial and brings comfort food to mind, and you could even add in some pre-cooked chicken to turn this into a main dish the whole family will enjoy.
– Joy of Kosher
Ingredients: spaghetti squash, yellow onions, baby portobello mushrooms, tomato sauce, water, extra-virgin olive oil, garlic powder, salt, pepper, eggs.
With its golden brown crust on top, this casserole looks as good as it tastes! And who doesn’t like caramelized onions….? This would make an impressive side dish for a dinner party, or you could add in some shredded pre-cooked chicken to turn it into a family-friendly main. If you can’t find portobello mushrooms then just use whatever ones you have.
Dairy-Free Keto Dinner Casseroles
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: ground pork, ground beef, onion, garlic, diced or crushed tomatoes, tomato paste, fresh basil, fresh parsley, fresh oregano, fresh thyme, fennel seeds, coconut oil, salt, eggplant, eggs.
It can be difficult to find a healthy alternative to using traditional pasta, so this recipe would be a great one to try with your family. The eggplants don’t have a strong flavor so they take on the tastes of the meat and fresh herbs and give the dish that well-known layered look of lasagna. If you don’t like eggplants, this dish works well using leeks instead, just slice the leek length-ways and flatten out the individual sheets.
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: eggplants, zucchinis, onion, olive oil, garlic, white button mushrooms, ground beef, tomatoes, gluten-free tamari sauce or coconut aminos, sesame seeds, spinach, Sea salt, pepper, basil leaves.
This dairy-free Keto lasagna is as tasty and delicious as the traditional lasagna. Layering the meat with the eggplant gives the same appearance as traditional lasagna. Serve this with a sprinkle of sesame seeds for an impressive family meal topped with basil leaves for garnish.
– Keto Summit
Ingredients: cauliflower, ghee, avocado oil, onion, ground beef, carrots, Italian seasoning, fresh parsley, salt, pepper.
Cottage pie was a staple when we were growing up and I still love it today, so I was delighted to find this recipe for a healthier way to cook a childhood favourite. Topped with the creamy cauliflower mash, this dish is filling and delicious and could be made to go a bit further by adding in more vegetables. As well as the carrot you could add chopped swede or parsnips too.
– Keto Diet App
Ingredients: ghee or lard, onion, garlic, green pepper, cabbage, sauerkraut, lemon juice, water, chicken stock, thyme, oregano, salt, Italian-style sausages, fresh parsley.
Here is a very useful recipe for a family meal that could be easily rustled up midweek. We all know the benefits of eating fermented foods, so the addition of the sauerkraut is important. You can use your favorite sausage in this keto casserole and the cabbage can take some big flavors, so spice it up if you want to! This keto dish freezes well and tastes even better second-day, making it great for lunches through the week.
– Grass Fed Girl
Ingredients: cauliflower, eggs, coconut milk, golden flax (optional), sea salt, black pepper, pepperoni.
This recipe is another one that has wonderful texture combinations, from the soft, creamy cauliflower and the crisp and richly-flavored pepperoni. The ground flax gives a cheese-like appearance and the eggs make this a filling and nutritious meal. This casserole looks like pizza, so would be a tempting one for even the younger members of the family!
– Everyday Maven
Ingredients: spaghetti squash, olive oil, garlic, yellow onion, button mushrooms, baby spinach leaves, kosher salt, Spicy Italian Sausage (Chicken or Pork), sugar free pasta sauce, eggs, parsley.
This casserole is one of those ones that looks as if it took ages to prepare, but cooks in an hour; a great meal for midweek when you are busy! It is dairy-free, grain-free and tastes delicious, and can be stored in the refrigerator for a few days or frozen in individual portions for easy lunches later on. You can use whatever spicy sausage you like and it doesn’t have to be pork, it works well with chicken sausage too.
Keto Dinner Casseroles with Dairy
Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm
Ingredients: zucchini, butter, onion, mushrooms, garlic, chicken breasts boneless, heavy cream, xantham gum, mozzarella cheese, salt.
Here is the perfect low-carb chicken meal to make if you are craving pasta with a creamy sauce! It is rich and filling and is full of the well-known flavors of onion, mushroom and garlic. The pasta is replaced with zucchini noodles which don’t have a strong taste, so carry the other flavors really well. Just remember to salt the noodles and squeeze out any extra liquid or your casserole will be a bit watery.
– Peace Love and Low Carb
Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb
Ingredients: green beans, almond flour, sea salt, black pepper, onion, shallots, mushrooms, butter, garlic, chicken stock, heavy cream, parmesan cheese, avocado oil.
Traditionally served as a side at Thanksgiving, green bean casseroles were normally made using canned soup, but here is a healthier recipe that is packed with flavor and texture. It still has the creamy sauce but without the added extras! The green beans are tender and, mixed in with the crispy onions, they make a wonderful dish on their own if you are avoiding meat.
A tip on shopping for green beans from Registered Dietitian Natalie Butler, RD: “Fresh green beans are the healthiest option. Look for beans that are bright green and free of black spots and blemishes. The beans should not be flimsy. For the most nutritional benefits, eat fresh green beans as soon as possible after harvesting or purchasing.”
– Wicked Stuffed
Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed
Ingredients: chicken breasts, ghee, yellow onion, garlic, garlic salt, chicken stock, parsley, fresh pepper, cauliflower, heavy cream, lemon juice, mayonnaise, broccoli, cheddar cheese.
Chicken in a cream sauce served over cauliflower rice – a match made in heaven! This is one of those dishes that you look forward to all day because you know it’s going to taste amazing and fill you up after a busy day. This is a good recipe to help use up leftover cooked chicken, as you can always bulk it up by adding more veggies. In particular, mushrooms would be good in this Keto casserole as they help to absorb any excess liquid.
– Cupcakes And Kale Chips
Ingredients: spaghetti squash, olive oil, onion, chicken breasts, mushrooms, McCormick Sicilian Chicken with Tomato, Basil & Garlic Skillet Sauce, ricotta cheese, mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese.
This casserole has the flavor of the Mediterranean with the garlic and basil, and is a warming and filling meal. It is a great example of how well chicken and mushrooms go together! The recipe gives enough to feed the whole family, and if you use pre-cooked squash you can have this ready for a satisfying midweek meal in a short time. Another benefit is that this is a one-pot meal so not much washing-up!
– Two Peas & Their Pod
Ingredients: olive oil, yellow onion, garlic, fresh spinach, artichoke hearts, dried oregano, fresh basil, red pepper, salt, black pepper, mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese, eggs, almond milk, basil.
With the texture of a frittata, this eggy Keto casserole recipe makes a fantastic main, a light lunch with green salad or simply on its own for breakfast! It is packed with flavors, enhanced by the addition of the fresh herbs, and is a great way to get more spinach into the family’s diet. If you don’t like artichoke you can use whatever vegetable you prefer – have fun experimenting with flavors!
– The Healthy Foodie
Photo Credit: Sonia from The Healthy Foodie
Ingredients: pickled beef tongue (or smoked ham), farmers cheese (or fresh ricotta), rutabaga, green beans, carrot, cauliflower, chicken stock, ghee, Dijon mustard, fresh thyme, Himalayan salt, black pepper, nutmeg.
If you want to start introducing organ meats into your diet, then this casserole would be a good one to try! The beef tongue is tender and juicy and the cauliflower topping is so full of flavor and looks great once it has browned a little. This is one of those dishes that reminds you of comfort food and would be deliciously filling on a chilly day.
– Low Carb Yum
Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum
Ingredients: ground beef, garlic, onion powder, bacon, eggs, tomato paste, heavy cream, salt, ground pepper, cheddar cheese.
This recipe is so versatile as you can add in whatever extra ingredients you like – try chopped mushrooms or onions – and you can use any other ground meat you prefer. This would be a good way to use venison or wild boar if you have it. The consistency is dense and meaty, so even a small portion will fill you up.
– I Breathe, I’m Hungry
Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry
Ingredients: cauliflower, cream cheese, cooked chicken, Salsa Verde, salt, black pepper, sharp cheddar cheese, sour cream.
The salsa verde in this dish adds a special flavor to the chicken and it adds a tangy edge to the creamy sauce. Packed with juicy chicken chunks, this dish would satisfy even the hungriest! It can be ready in around half an hour, so this would be another perfect dish for a quick meal after a busy day. This can also be turned into a side dish by omitting the chicken.
– A Girl Worth Saving
Photo Credit: Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving
Ingredients: eggplant, mozzarella cheese, parmesan, spicy Italian pork sausage, marinara, coconut oil.
If your family is craving pizza, why not try serving this up instead! The Italian sausage and marinara sauce give this casserole a real taste of Italy, and if you serve it cut into triangles it even looks like a pizza! Even the kids would enjoy this. If you find the eggplant tastes a bit bitter, next time try frying it first and this will give a more palatable flavor.
– Caveman Keto
Ingredients: chicken thighs, onion, celery stalks, Jimmy Dean sausage, mushrooms, cauliflower, bacon, cheddar cheese, cream cheese, paprika.
Why is it that a casserole with a browned ‘crust’ just makes you want to dive in with a spoon?! There are so many flavors in this dish that it tastes so good and you get chunks of delicious chicken thigh in every bite. The recipe can be adapted to suit your palate. So for example, if you are not keen on cauliflower, try using broccoli instead, or add in more mushrooms.
– All Day I Dream About Food
Ingredients: olive oil, chicken thighs, salt, pepper, artichoke hearts, black olives, low sugar tomato sauce, Italian cheese, fresh basil.
Like a lot of Italian food, this dish is packed with flavor and is so colorful that it would grace the dinner table at any occasion. It has chicken, olives and artichoke hearts, giving it a real taste of luxury, and the piquant sauce finishes it off nicely. With a sprinkle of chopped fresh basil on the top you have a mouth-watering meal with a fresh and aromatic scent.
– Low Carb Yum
Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum
Ingredients: zucchini, butter, cream cheese, sea salt, pepper, parmesan cheese.
This casserole would give you a lovely, creamy side dish to serve with poultry or beef, or you could stir in some pre-cooked meat to turn this into a filling main. It would taste great with pulled pork or ground beef. Once you have shredded the zucchini, use kitchen towel to extract as much liquid from it as possible to avoid having a watery casserole.
– Low Carb Maven
Ingredients: cauliflower florettes, sour cream, cheddar cheese, bacon, chives, butter, garlic powder, salt, pepper.
In many homes, cauliflower was traditionally always served with cheese. However, this recipe has the added benefit of crispy bacon to add contrast to the textures and boost the protein levels of the dish. This would be a tasty alternative to mashed potatoes and could be served along with any kind of meat.