Low-carb and keto crack slaw recipes

Low-carb and keto crack slaw recipes

Crack slaw is a very popular kind of cabbage stir-fry. If you’re new to the low-carb or keto way of eating this is a great go-to recipe.

It’s easy to prepare, you can flavor it in many ways and the ingredients are affordable. Here are our top versions of it – which will be your favorite?

Do you have a great crack slaw or other keto recipe that you love and prepare over and over again? Please share it in the comments below.

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10 comments

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  2. Jennifer Ochoa
    These are great! I didn't think about doing variations! Now I'm thinking some kind of breakfast crack slaw, with breakfast sausage, might be good too.
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  4. Aysha
    Pork egg roll in a bowl
  5. Jean
    We do crack slaw with bacon instead of hamburger. We fry the bacon and set it aside while we fry the cabbage in the bacon drippings and a little bit of butter. Crumble the bacon back into the cabbage and eat.je
  6. Kathy Roberson
    We make this with cream cheese - 1 lb ground beef, one bag coleslaw mix and 1-8 oz plg of cream cheese then add seasonings of choice. My kids who don't like cabbage love this!
  7. Dave Peppiatt
    So it’s family day here in Ontario Canada and the strokes are closed so no ground pork, so we used leftover smoked pulled pork. It’s awesome, there may not be any left by the time supper actually arrives. Lol
  8. kim
    Anyone ever try this with chicken instead beef?
    Reply: #13
  9. Crystal Pullen Team Diet Doctor

    Anyone ever try this with chicken instead beef?

    I am sure that would be yummy! You may need to add a bit more fat as the chicken will be leaner than the beef.

  10. Dee Tatum
    Yes, I have used chicken thigh meat diced and it is delicious! We also use ground beef or ground pork
  11. Stacey
    Hi, there I was wondering if I could use Nappa cabbage instead of regular green cabbage? I am not a fan of regular green cabbage and I would love to make this!

    Thanks

    Reply: #16
  12. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Hi, there I was wondering if I could use Nappa cabbage instead of regular green cabbage? I am not a fan of regular green cabbage and I would love to make this!
    Thanks

    This recipe is a great candidate for customizing according to your preferences.

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