Keto Mexican Food: Great For Cinco De Mayo Or Taco Tuesday
If your looking for some tasty Keto mexican food for cinco de mayo then you’ve come to the right place. My family love Mexican dishes and my daughter is a huge fans of nachos. Today I am sharing a list of keto friendly mexican food and meal ideas that would be perfect for a family get together or Cinco De Mayo.
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What Is Cinco De Mayo?
Cinco De Mayo is a special celebration held on the 5th May in Mexico and the USA. Cinco De Mayo is the day to commemorate the Mexican Army’s victory over the French in 1862.
At the battle of Puebla the Mexican Army beat the French forces of Napoleon III. Today in the USA, Cinco De Mayo is a celebration of Mexican-American culture and a day to feast on Mexican Food and drink.
Here we have some fantastic Keto Cinco De Mayo Recipes which you can enjoy with the family on the 5th May without leaving Ketosis and sticking to your ketogenic plan.
I really love the Enchilada recipe and the Taco stuffed Zuchinni boats. They are fabulous! Enjoy!
Keto Taco Skillet – Mama’s Geeky:
This Keto recipe is a quick and easy meal to make, with only a few ingredients. If you are also following the low-carb diet, this is a perfect recipe for you. Once all your base ingredients are in place, it takes less than 30 minutes to make a wholesome meal.
Chicken Enchilada Cauliflower Casserole – Sugar Free Mom:
Not only is this recipe keto-friendly, but it’s also packed with nutrients. This healthy meal will also help you hit your goal protein intake per day. But this recipe hits you differently since you will make this Instant Pot. Try this recipe now!
Salsa Verde Baked Fish – Mom Foodie:
Baking fish can make it difficult to judge when it’s done, but cooking in the pressure cooker makes this recipe foolproof. The salsa verde adds a fresh touch. Try this recipe now!
Instant Pot Queso Chicken – Wondermom Wannabe:
This recipe is a delicious and flavorful way to get all the benefits of using the Instant Pot. Make sure you gather everything before starting, but don’t worry if you’ve forgotten an ingredient; it’s very easy to make substitutions on the fly. Check out this recipe here!
Keto Nachos – The Soccer Mom:
This Keto recipe is a great way to get in some more vegetables while you eat your regular meals. If you don’t want it to be vegetarian, you can easily swap out the beans for ground beef or turkey. Check out this recipe here!
Salpicon Shredded Beef – A Taste For Travel:
This recipe is a great way to add more vegetables into your diet while using the Instant Pot. This dish does double duty as a delicious, filling meal and a way to use up some of the cooking liquid from the shredded beef. Check out this recipe here!
Stuffed Poblano Peppers with Cilantro Lime Cauliflower Rice – Whip and Wander:
This recipe is a deliciously different take on the classic stuffed poblanos. The Instant Pot makes this meal easy to prepare, especially since you don’t have to worry about boiling the peppers first. Check out this recipe here!
Roasted Jalapeno Guacamole – Slow the Cook Down:
This recipe is an Instant Pot homage to the traditional chip and dip. It’s easy to make, only taking about 10 minutes in the pressure cooker. Check out this recipe here!
Cheese Taco Shells – Baking Beauty:
These are gluten-free, grain-free, low-carb “tortillas” that are also egg-free. This recipe uses the Instant Pot to make cooking easier, but it’s easy enough to turn this into stove-top meal. Click here for the full recipe!
Keto Friendly Taco Soup – The Stuff For Success:
This recipe is so flavorful and low in carbs, you won’t miss the tortillas. And since everyone loves taco soup, they’ll never guess it’s healthy. Do not miss trying this Instant Pot Recipe!
Mexican Egg Bowl – Midget Momma
Mexican Shrimp Cocktail – My Life Cook Book:
This recipe lets you enjoy the flavors of Mexican shrimp cocktail with fewer carbs. It’s also super simple to make since it uses your electric pressure cooker. You can get started with this dish in under 30 minutes! Try this recipe now.
Marinated Chicken Fajita Skewers – Low Carb Yum:
Fajitas are great for parties, but they can be messy and time-consuming to make. This recipe uses your Instant Pot to make the process easier, while still delivering delicious fajitas. Have this recipe served on Cinco de Mayo!
Chicken Fajita Casserole – Joy Filled Eats:
This dish is the perfect answer to your weeknight dinner conundrum. It’s also keto-friendly, so you can enjoy without any guilt. Try it out!
Chicken and Cheese Quesadillas – Seasonly Creations:
These quesadillas are easy to prepare and full of flavor. They’re also versatile because you can add your favorite ingredients (add other veggies, use ground beef instead of chicken). You can even try adding some other spices for a different take on the traditional dish. Click here for the recipe!
Copycat Chipotle Barbacoa – Wholesome Yum:
This recipe for Chipotle Barbacoa goes a step beyond your typical taco. It’s easy to make and can be served with a variety of toppings, so you can please everyone at the table. Do not miss this Instant Pot recipe!
Taco Stuffed Zucchini Boats – Sugar Free Mom:
These taco boats use zucchini as a tasty vessel for your favorite flavors. You can also try adding different toppings and sauces, so every person at the dinner table gets exactly what they want. Try this Instant Pot recipe!
Low Carb Tamale Pie – Low Carb-ology:
Instead of using cornmeal or flour, this recipe uses crushed pork rinds for a low-carb twist on the classic. It’s also easy to customize with your favorite toppings. Click here for more information.
Keto Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas – Green and Keto:
These enchiladas make a great dinner, and they can be made ahead of time (either as one dish or as individual servings). The recipe also provides instructions for stove-top cooking. Check this out here!
Mexican Cauliflower Rice – Smart Fun DIY:
This flavorful recipe adds cauliflower rice to the classic Mexican flavors of lime and cilantro. It’s a great side dish, but you can also bulk it up by adding some cooked chicken/shrimp or black beans. Try this recipe now!
About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and adults. Angela has also taught cooking classes and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Instant Pot Table. Follow her on Pinterest!