If you are a chicken thigh lover then you are well aware that compared to chicken breasts, chicken thighs are more flavorful, juicier, and still keep a crispy outside. If this is your first time making keto chicken thighs then you are in for an amazing treat with these recipes! Net carbs are provided for each recipe.
Keto Chicken Thigh Recipes
Chicken thighs are ah-mazing. It took the keto diet for me to discover this important fact of life. Pre-keto, I was all about chicken breasts. But chicken thighs are so flavorful and, as I soon discovered, much more forgiving than chicken breasts. They’re harder to overcook, easily retain their moisture, and are a better bargain than chicken breasts.
Even better, the fat in chicken thighs is monounsaturated fat, aka the “good fat,” which can help raise your good HDL cholesterol and lower bad LDL cholesterol*.
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In this post, you’ll find links to the following keto chicken thigh recipes:
- Maple Dijon Keto Chicken Thighs
- Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs with Roasted Radishes
- Garlic Chicken Thighs
- Creamy Tuscan Low Carb Chicken Thighs
- Moroccan Chicken Thighs with Lemon and Olives
- Crispy Baked Chicken Thighs with Lemon and Garlic
- Indian Style Baked Chicken Thighs
May your dinners be enjoyable, crispy and delicious!
Chicken Thigh Recipes Keto
This post is a roundup of recipes — some from here at Forget Sugar Friday, and some from other high-quality bloggers. To access the recipes in this post, click on the “Click Here to Get the Recipe!” button at the bottom of every recipe summary.
That will take you to the original post where you can find the recipe (usually in a recipe card at the end of the post). 💖
Low Carb Chicken Thigh Recipes (#1): Maple Dijon Chicken Thighs
1.6g net carbs: These Maple Dijon Keto Chicken Thighs are sweet, with a hint of tang, and bursting with flavor! They are easy to make and have an aroma that will capture your senses. A dish that can be shared with the whole family.
Keto Chicken Thigh Recipe #2: Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs with Roasted Radishes by Forget Sugar Friday
4.4g net carbs: This easy Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs with Roasted Radishes recipe is easy to make and has simple ingredients. The chicken thighs come out juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside. They are filling and flavorful!
Keto Chicken Thigh Recipe #3: Garlic Chicken by Recipe Tin Eats
1.8g net carbs: These delicious chicken thighs have a crispy, garlic crusted surface. Made using skinless chicken thighs and only four ingredients. Simple, fast and delicious!
Keto Chicken Thigh Recipe #4: Creamy Tuscan Chicken by Noshtastic
8g net carbs: Cheesy and creamy, this low carb chicken thigh recipe will satisfy your keto cravings. This recipe has sun-dried tomatoes added to provide an intense flavor that will cause you to pause, sit back and savor it!
Low Carb Chicken Thigh Recipe #5: Moroccan Chicken with Lemon and Olives by Low Carb Maven
9g net carbs: This dish brings together warm spices, lemon, garlic, and olives for a complex flavor. This combination is utterly delicious when combined with juicy low carb chicken thighs! Served with cauliflower pilaf (included in net carb count).
Chicken Thigh Keto Recipe #6: Crispy Baked Chicken by Joy Filled Eats
1g net carbs: This combination of lemon and garlic seasoning brings out the incredible flavor of chicken thighs! This chicken thigh keto recipe serves well year-round for family and guests.
Low Carb Chicken Thigh Recipe #7: Indian Style Baked Chicken by Two Sleevers
1g net carbs: The flavor of this low carb chicken thigh recipe is wonderful! Garlic, turmeric, ginger, coconut and cilantro combined to make a wonderful no-hassle homemade curry flavor. (Serve with cauliflower rice, not regular rice as shown.)
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