Healthy Green Bean Casserole made dairy-free and gluten-free is a marvelously flavorful side dish perfect for any gathering! This healthier green bean casserole recipe is fun to assemble and is the ultimate crowd-pleaser. Keto, low-carb, creamy and delicious!
Welcome to my newest obsession.
Truthfully, I was never a huge fan of green bean casserole… That is…until I made this recipe.
No lie. As it turns out, a good, fresh, health-conscious green bean casserole is actually ultra palate-pleasing! Now I feel as though I need to make up for lost time and put this beauty on repeat!
While this healthy green bean casserole is more involved than most of the recipes I post, the way I see it is we typically make a dish like this for a special occasion and special occasions call for special food.
Let me tell you, this casserole is AMAZING! It is well-worth the time and effort, is much healthier than classic green bean casserole, and will most definitely wow your guests!
There are four main parts to preparing this recipe: caramelizing the onions for the topping, cooking the green beans, preparing the sauce, and finally, making the casserole itself.
Each step is super easy! If you look at the recipe as a series of steps, it won’t seem as daunting. Pro Tip: Read the whole recipe before you begin it so that you can figure out the best way of fitting it into your day.
Great news!: This casserole saves very well, so you can prepare it up to 4 days before the holiday feast or your big event.
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Given how frequently burgers manifest themselves in my household, I’m actually kinda-sorta shocked I don’t post recipes more often.
The secret to a good burger (IMHO) is a 3-part formula: 1.) using good quality meat, 2.) seasoning the meat well with sea salt and garlic powder and onion powder (and any other spice/herb combos), and 3.) cooking the burgers to medium-rare perfection on a cast iron skillet or grill.
In that sense, I kinda-sorta believe you only need one burger “recipe,” and then you’re set for life; however, sometimes when the inspiration strikes, I do love getting creative with my toppings and sauces, which is exactly what we have done here.
Let’s discuss the toppings here.
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