Low Carb Turkey Pot Pie Recipe with Biscuit Crust

Today, I have a low carb turkey casserole recipe for those of you still resolving your remaining turkey. Not just is the casserole low in carbohydrates, however you’ll more than happy to find out the topping is a decadent, buttery biscuit crust that’s likewise totally gluten-free! This recipe is keto home cooking at it’s finest.

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Low Carb Turkey Pot Pie Recipe with Almond Flour

How to make low carb turkey casserole

Take your remaining turkey and slice it up. While I utilized a casserole meal, the amounts would work well if you wished to go the conventional path and bake it in a pie pan. Position your turkey in the baking vessel of your option and proceed to the veggies.

Dice up your onion, celery, and garlic, then prepare them in a frying pan up until the onion starts to brown. Toss those in the casserole meal too. Then utilizing the exact same frying pan, blend turkey bone broth and xantham gum together over medium heat up until it forms a gravy. Put this mix over the turkey and veggies, then stir everything. Make certain to season with salt and pepper to taste at this moment prior to you layer on the batter for the biscuit topping.

If you didn’t Do It Yourself turkey bone broth from the carcass, you might utilize chicken stock as a replacement rather. However next time you make a turkey supper, keep in mind to conserve the bones so you can make my kick-ass turkey bone broth recipe! It’s gooooood.

If you choose to pass up the biscuit topping, you can bake the mix as is. This omission will conserve you some carbohydrates and calories, and truthfully, it will still be scrumptious. If you have a nut allergic reaction or simply cutting down on calories, this is a terrific alternative. Low Carb Keto Turkey Pot Pie Recipe - Gluten Free

How to make a low carb biscuit crust

The low carb biscuit crust is the best topping for this low carb casserole. When my person tasted this, he right away positioned the crust as being “similar to cornbread.” It does not have the signature cornbread taste, however the texture is light, crumbly and buttery simply the exact same. Got my wheels spinning to establish a keto cornbread recipe, however that’s for another day.

It’s likewise extremely easy, so do not fret if you aren’t extremely comfy with low carb baking right now.

With an electrical mixer, integrate almond flour with space temperature level butter. If the butter isn’t warm enough, it will be difficult to blend, even with an electronic device. If required, pop it into the microwave for a couple of seconds to soften it up … however do not melt it!

Next mix in the baking powder (PSA for all the non-bakers out there: it is not the exact same thing as sodium bicarbonate!) and salt. Split an egg in and blend everything up until the batter is consistent. Spread out the batter over the top of the turkey mix in the casserole meal and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes.

Enjoy your low carb turkey casserole recipe!

Gluten Free Turkey Pot Pie with Biscuit Crust

LowCarb Turkey Pot Pie

Low carb turkey casserole with a buttery biscuit topping!

The Filling

  • 12 oz turkey precooked, sliced
  • 1/2 onion diced
  • stalk celery diced
  • clove garlic diced
  • 1/3 cup turkey bone broth
  • 1/2 tsp xantham gum
  • salt and pepper to taste
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and location the turkey in a 9 X 6-inch casserole meal.

  2. Integrate onions, celery, and garlic in a nonstick frying pan and cook over medium heat up until onions brown. Transfer the mix to the casserole meal.

  3. Include bone broth to the frying pan and bring heat over medium. Gradually include xantham gum while rapidly blending. Get rid of from heat once the xantham gum has actually completely liquified and the mix has the consistency of gravy. Put the mix over the active ingredients in the casserole meal and mix to coat. Season with salt and pepper to taste, then smooth mix out equally.

  4. For the topping, utilize a hand mixer to integrate almond flour and butter. Mix in baking powder and salt. Lastly, mix in the egg up until all active ingredients are completely mixed. Transfer the batter to the turkey mix and equally spread out the batter over the top.

  5. Bake for 30 minutes and enable to cool for 10 minutes prior to cutting in to serve.

3g net carbs per serving

Nutrition Truths

LowCarb Turkey Pot Pie

Quantity Per Serving

Calories 314
Calories from Fat 243

% Daily Worth *

Overall Fat 27 g 42%

Hydrogenated Fat 11 g 55%

Cholesterol 96 mg 32%

Salt 245 mg 10%

Potassium 215 mg 6%

Overall Carbs 5g 2%

Dietary Fiber 2g 8%

Sugars 1g

Protein 13 g 26%

Vitamin A 113%

Vitamin C 1.3%

Calcium 9.3%

Iron 6.9%

* Percent Daily Worths are based upon a 2000 calorie diet plan.

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