Be careful when you buy so-called keto friendly condiments, and be sure to read your labels closely.
Keto-friendly Homemade Mayonnaise:
Keto-friendly Homemade Italian Dressing:
Peanut Dressing Recipe:
Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing:
0:15 Condiments to watch out for on the ketogenic diet
1:17 Looking deeper at the labels of condiments
In this video, we’re going to talk about keto-friendly condiments. It may seem like a straightforward topic, but there are exceptions to the rule and things that can actually get pretty confusing. Many different condiments have hidden sugars, high-fructose corn syrup, or soy oil. Even organic condiments can have hidden sugar and ingredients that aren’t keto-friendly. Consider making your own condiments to be sure they’re keto-friendly. Give a few of my tasty recipes a try.
Condiments to watch out for on the keto diet:
• BBQ sauce
• Mustard (usually ok)
• Herbs (just fine)
• Pesto (most of the time it’s ok)
• Hot sauce (usually ok)
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Are these not so keto friendly condiments in your kitchen? Here’s what to look for on your labels.