British Pie Week (this year, it’s from 1st – 7th March) is dedicated to encouraging Brits to get creative with making (and eating) delicious pies.
And whilst the fillings are often hearty and nutritious, filled with good protein and plenty of veg, the crusts are not always keto-friendly!
We’ve pulled together five keto-friendly meat pie recipes that you might like to try.
Check them out below.
Pork and Sage Keto Pot Pie
Protein: 39.5g | Carbs: 6.5g | Fat: 30.9g
This quick and easy low carb pot recipe will give you four individual keto-friendly pies – or you can choose to make one large pie instead.
Keto Chicken Pot Pie
Protein: 36.2g | Carbs: 10.9g | Fat: 62.4g
How about these chicken pot pies, made using chicken breasts and veg in a tasty creamy sauce?
As above, it’s topped with fathead dough and you can create individual pies or one large pie to suit your needs!
Keto Ground Beef Meat Pie
Protein: 32g | Carbs: 5g | Fat: 27g
Beef mince and cheese are the two key ingredients that make up this delicious keto-friendly pie.
Add in some tomato paste, Dijon mustard, eggs and spices… and that’s really all you need to make this simple recipe!
Speedy Keto Shepherd’s Pie
Protein: 37g | Carbs: 12.4g | Fat: 12g
Shepherd’s pie is a classic British recipe, made with juicy lamb mince!
However, the traditional mashed potato topping is not keto-friendly as it’s full of carbs, so potato has been switched with cauliflower and parmesan to create a delicious topping.
Steak and Mushroom Pie
Protein: 36g | Carbs: 15g | Fat: 43g
Finally, we couldn’t not include a good steak pie recipe – like this one made using ribeye steak.
Again, the topping is made using mashed cauliflower and cheddar cheese to create a delicious keto-friendly pie.
So, there you have it – five keto-friendly pie recipes that you can try this British Pie Week.
Let us know in the comments below if you give any of these recipes a go!