Brittany 3 years ago. Chipotle mayonnaise. Homemade chicken stock. Terri 2 years ago. I use it with pork chops, steak, chicken — all the meat! Martina KetoDiet 2 years ago. Italian Vinaigrette — they love this one too.
Updated Sep 17th, — Written by Craig Clarke. Finding a healthy and tasty keto salad dressing, however, can get tricky when you venture beyond olive oil and vinegar. Most of the popular dressings will either be high in sugar or packed with inflammatory oils and sometimes both. Even dressings that seem keto-friendly may still contain unhealthy ingredients. Cold-pressed unrefined avocado oil, extra virgin olive oil, and MCT oil are going to be the best oils for keto salad dressings. At least one of these should be the first ingredient on the ingredients list. Avocado oil and olive oil will provide you with plenty of heart-healthy MUFAs i. Olive oil has a slight edge over avocado oil because it contains significantly more antioxidants that promote overall health and reduce the formation of toxic compounds during cooking and processing. The saturated fats found in MCT oil — specifically caproic acid C6, caprylic acid C8, and capric acid C10 — are readily converted into ketones and burned as fuel. This makes MCT oil a great salad dressing base for supporting increased ketone production and easing many of the symptoms you may experience as you transition into the keto lifestyle.
Had a big ol’ salad with some spicy sauteed chicken breast, and a slice of bacon, and it was perfect! Double-check the label to make sure the net carbs fit within your daily carb limit. When it comes to uncovering secretly sugary dressings, pay attention to the words used to describe them. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Join our large community of Insiders – it’s totally free! Look in the refrigerated section of the produce department.