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Keto TV Dinner

By Fitoru | 19 February 2019
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Let’s face it – sometimes the biggest obstacle to our health is not having the time to cook healthy food. Never fear!
Enjoy this 60s blast-from-the-past any night of the week.
Meatloaf freezes well so make up a big batch on the weekend and keep these on
hand for dinner emergencies.

Keto TV Dinner 📺

Let’s face it – sometimes the biggest obstacle to our health is not having the time to cook healthy food.Enjoy this healthier twist on the 60s blast-from-the-past meal in front of the TV any night of the week! 📺

Posted by Keto by Fitoru on Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Serves 6

Per Serving:

Net Carbs7.1g
Protein30.2g
Fat40.4g
Calories523
Ingredients:

Meatloaf:
1 LB Ground Beef
1 LB Ground Pork
½ Cup Onion
1 Egg
1 TBSP Thyme
1 TBSP Sage
1 TBSP Basil
1 TBSP Paprika
4 Cloves Garlic
2 T Olive Oil
Mashed Cauliflower:
1/2 Head Cauliflower
3 TBSP Butter
¼ Cup Parmesan
Zucchini:
2 Medium Zucchini
1 TBSP Olive Oil
2 Cloves Garlic
1 TSP Turmeric

Directions:
  1. For the meatloaf, mix all ingredients in a
    bowl and transfer to a greased and
    parchment-lined loaf tin. Bake at 350°F
    for 45 minutes or until cooked through.
  2. For the mashed cauliflower, steam half
    a head of cauliflower for 20 minutes or
    until tender. Add to a food processor with
    the butter and parmesan cheese. Pulse
    until smooth, adding a splash of water if
    necessary.
  3. For the zucchini, cut the zucchini squash
    into spears and roast at 350°F for 10
    minutes. Add the garlic, oil and turmeric
    to a bowl.
  4. Remove the zucchini from the oven and
    cover in the oil mix. Return to the oven for
    20 minutes or until cooked through.

Enjoy this Keto TV Dinner in front of the television any night of the week as a healthier twist on your traditional TV dinner meal!

Click here to read more about the ketogenic diet and to find more low-carb, keto-friendly recipes!

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