Keto chicken bacon ranch casserole is a full meal that’s creamy, cheesy and topped with crispy bacon. Ranch flavor paired in a cream sauce with sautéed chicken the entire family will love. At only 2g net carbs per serving this keto chicken recipe is easy enough to be made any night of the week!
I love ranch and chicken together! There’s a reason I made my skillet crack chicken thighs. A creamy ranch sauce mixed with sharp cheddar cheeses and the savoriness of sautéed chicken. I added broccoli to make this a full meal. Add some almond flour biscuits on the side. Make them buttery it’s the perfect side dish for a casserole. Very filling and hearty you can’t lose with this chicken bacon ranch casserole keto recipe.
The Best Recipe!
- Creamy 2 cheese ranch sauce
- Added broccoli and green onion to make this a full meal casserole
- Sautéed chicken for added flavor
How To Make Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole Keto Friendly-Step By Step
- First, chop up you chicken breast or chicken tenders.
- Season your chicken with salt, ranch seasoning and garlic. Then, on a high heat sauté chicken just to brown it then remove from pan.
- Next, grab a pot to make cream sauce. Pour in water and heavy cream. Then, add ranch seasoning, parmesan cheese and cream cheese. Heat just enough to pull it all together. Once it’s smooth and cheese has melted remove from heat.
- Quickly cook chopped up bacon until crispy. Cut up fresh broccoli and green onion.
- Fill casserole dish with sautéed chicken. Top with broccoli, green onion and bacon. Next, pour in ranch cream sauce and spread out evenly. Finish the casserole off with shredded cheese on the top.
- Lastly, place in preheated oven for 30 minutes. Allow to cool a bit then serve.
Helpful Recipe Tips
- I have found ranch seasoning in a few different areas. A use Penzeys and the keto friendly one by Select Savory Seasonings, in store you come across Hidden Valley ranch that contains maltodextrin.
- The cheeses in the sauce create the thickness. If you want to remove one cheese be sure to add a thickener such as arrowroot, tapioca or xanthan gum.
- You can use any chicken you choose. I chose to chop up my chicken because it’s spread out more throughout the recipe.
Below is a full nutritional label via Cronometer. It’s hard to say how the casserole will be served. There should be a minimum of 6 serving at 4 ounces each. With this measurements this recipe is only 2g net carbs each serving.
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Keto Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole
- 9x9 casserole dish
- 2 pounds boneless skinless chicken tenders (or breast)
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon white pepper
Ranch Cheese Sauce
- 1 cup chicken broth
- 4 ounces full fat cream cheese
- 2 ounce parmesan cheese
- 2 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon dill weed
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
- 2 tablespoon whole buttermilk (optional)
- 1/8 teaspoon xanthan gum
Add In Casserole
- 4-5 ounces broccoli
- 5 strips bacon
- 1/4 cup sharp shredded cheese
- Chop chicken then season. Coat evenly
- Sauté chicken on a high heat to brown. Dont try to cook it all the way through. It will finish cooking in the oven.
- In a pot on a medium heat add water and heavy cream first. Then add cream cheese and parmesan. Season the sauce with ranch and salt. Continue mixing to avoid sticking. Cook long enough just for cheeses to melt. Once smooth remove from heat.
- Preheat oven to 400°F and cook bacon unless you bought bacon bits
- Add chicken first then add bacon, green onion and broccoli
- Pour in sauce and mix around evenly. Top with shredded cheese then bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Remove then allow to cool.
Helpful Recipe Tips
- I have found ranch seasoning in a few different areas. A spice store and online, in store you come across Hidden Valley ranch that contains maltodextrin. That's if you don't have the individual seasonings I laid out.
- The cheeses in the sauce create the thickness. If you want don't want to use xanthan gum you can sub for 1/2 cup of mozzarella.
- You can use any chicken you choose. I chose to chop up my chicken because it's spread out more throughout the recipe.