Christmas menu in the land of Ketonia
Jingle bells, jingle bells, Keto all the way! Oh, what fun it is to make Keto meals and treats!
No, really, after a full year of running Greek Goes Keto, all we can say is – This is fun! The ketonisation is as exciting as any other cooking and baking adventure, but it’s also healthier! I believe we can ketonise just about anything! It takes time, planning, thinking, testing and experimenting. But, in most cases, the results are overwhelming and positive! The time of winter festivities is going on for a month now, and it’ll not stop for the next two weeks. Many Ketonians are worried and tempted with the carby-world offer. Parties, family gatherings, business cocktails, balls, gala dinners… Who can resist all the temptations?
The good Ketonian!
The best thing you can do for yourself is to prepare a full Keto menu for the big celebration day, even before Christmas. This way you will be sure you are eating 100% Keto and Mediterranean and will not have any cravings for carby versions. You can eat these delicacies before going to a party and then arrive in the well-fed state. This way you’ll be sure to stay on the right path! We selected our best recipes for the most glorious menu and we are sure you will all find a favourite among them. However, if you have other favourite recipes from Greek Goes Keto, feel free to use the search option and prepare them for your family or Keto-nonbeliever friends! They will stay enchanted! 😉
Christmas is the time of sharing – let’s share loads of positivism with everyone around us!
1. Fried cheese balls – Keto version of Greek Tirokroketes
2. Keto Giouvarlakia avgolemono
3. Keto Greek Lahanodolmades
4. Greek Kleftiko
5. Keto Soufflé with Mediterranean vegetables
6. Keto Avocado Salad
7. Keto Melomakarona
8. Keto Kavala Cookies
9. Keto Breskvice
10. Keto Kourabiedes
11. Keto Sokolatopita
12. Keto Lemon Bread – Christmas Edition
13. Keto Greek Freddo Espresso
Christmas Menu in photos
We cannot skip mentioning that today, on December 21st is the most glorious day for the Ancient Greeks – Winter solstice or as they called it – Heliogena (The Birth of Sun). In this article, you can read all about the big celebration which was devoted to the God of the sea – mighty Poseidon. Around the same time, the ancient Romans celebrated Saturnalia. Christmas is celebrated around this time as a neverending tradition that can be enjoyed regardless of the cultural or religious background.
This is why, from both of us and from Kapsalis family, we wish you a Merry Christmas, Happy Heliogena and Saturnalia!!!