Creamy and all the flavor of traditional potato salad, try this amazing keto potato “faux tato” salad!
Potato Salad has been a signature side dish at almost every BBQ, Potluck and Family Holiday since the beginning. Now that you’re eating low carb, why should that change? Your family and friends will never notice the difference with amazing Keto Potato Salad recipe.
If you don’t believe potato salad can be good without potatoes, you have to try this recipe. Seriously, the taste is identical. With recipes like this, I’m kicking myself for not switching to the keto way of eating years ago.
Keto FauxTato Potato Salad With A Twist
We all have our favorite potato salad, and there are so many to chose from. I have a friend who will only eat potato salad if it’s warm, I prefer mine cold. Some of the different variations of potato salad are:
- Vinegar Based
The possibilities are endless. I enjoy a creamy keto potato salad with a hint of mustard but you can totally make this recipe your own.
If you would like to switch this recipe up a bit, some changes or add-ins you can do are:
- Fresh Dill, rosemary or mint
- Dry Mustard in place of yellow mustard (1 tsp)
- Chopped Jalapeno Peppers
- Sour Cream in place of mayonnaise
- 1 Tsp of Erythritol Sugar for a sweeter keto potato salad
- Sliced Radish
- 1/4 tsp of Cayenne Pepper
- Forget the cream base altogether and toss with vinegar and olive oil. Add some Dijon mustard and fresh herbs, now we’re talking.
Whenever I try a new recipe, I always make it by the instructions first. The next time I make it is when I add my personal touch and flavor preference.
If you make any changes or have a suggestion for add-ins, please let me know. I love trying new and delicious recipes.
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This is a guest post by Amber Bradshaw of My Homestead Life. Amber is an environmentalist, homesteader, garden and outdoor enthusiast. She is a wife, mother of three. Amber owns a contracting business with her husband, was President of the local Herb Society for the last three years, a 4-H Leader, Blogger and runs a CSA. Amber strives to get back into nature with a more sustainable and self-reliant lifestyle that fits a busy schedule and a tight budget. She lives on the east coast with her family on a little over 1/4 acre and encourages others to do big things with small spaces.