25 Keto Condiments Recipes That Make Any Meal Better
By: Amanda Suazo
When your low-carb meal needs a little extra “something,” try these keto condiments recipes. With fresh flavors from healthy fats, herbs and spices, and sweeteners, you’ll never run out of ways to keep your keto meals interesting.
Think outside the box with keto condiments — don’t limit yourself to mustard or low-sugar ketchup. These recipes layer complex flavors and sweetness into dippable, spreadable flavor bombs for every meal (even dessert).
From dressings to desserts, these keto condiments add delicious taste without the extra carbs:
Keto condiments: Spreads
This classic keto condiment makes the perfect sandwich and wrap spread, but you can also use it to make flavorful aiolis and dips. With a combo of avocado oil, Brain Octane Oil, and egg yolk, this spread is loaded with healthy fats.
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With a high-powered blender or food processor, avocados and spices whip up into a totally creamy keto condiment you can slather on low-carb bread or meat. To keep it more Bulletproof, skip the onion powder and avoid jalapeños if you have a nightshade sensitivity.
Enjoy this keto condiment straight out of the jar, or use it to top keto pancakes or low-sugar berries. Shredded coconut, earthy matcha, and coconut oil make this spread naturally sweet with just 2 net carbs per serving.
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Sweet, spicy, and satisfying: This keto condiment blends warm spices with raw almonds for a spready that will remind you of your favorite tea. To keep it all more Bulletproof, keep all your spices fresh and high-quality, use Ceylon cinnamon, and avoid eating almonds too often.
With the right approach, you can still enjoy occasional fruit on a ketogenic diet. This keto condiment uses strawberries, xylitol, and grass-fed Collagelatin to create a sweet spread with just the right amount of gel. Add it to ice cream or pancakes — it contains 0 net carbs per serving.
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You only need 3 ingredients to create this naturally-sweet keto condiment: Shredded coconut, salt, and cocoa powder. Each tablespoon is only 1 net carb, and you won’t need much to satisfy your sugar cravings. To stay Bulletproof, use a high-quality chocolate powder to reduce your risk of mold exposure.
Meet the golden child of keto condiments: This recipe blends fresh dill and orange zest with buttery grass-fed ghee to create the perfect flavorful addition for veggies and meats. Plus, it contains 0 net carbs.
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Although this keto condiment requires only one ingredient, the way you prepare it matters: Soaking pecans makes them more digestible and reduces the level of an antinutrient called phytic acid. This spread is totally keto-friendly, but avoid eating any nuts (except coconut) very often to stay more Bulletproof.
Keto condiments: Dressings
Here’s one more way to enjoy a keto condiment with just the right touch of fruit. Fresh tarragon, dijon mustard, and mashed raspberries make a dressing so good, you’ll never have a naked salad again. (Plus: Just 1 net carb per serving.)
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An iconic keto condiment gets a clean eating upgrade: This recipe swaps the buttermilk and hydrogenated oils with coconut milk and fresh herbs and spices. Each serving only sets you back 1 net carb — but to stay Bulletproof, avoid eating garlic too often, and use an avocado oil mayo.
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Have you hopped on the apple cider vinegar train? This keto condiment makes the most out of your favorite fat-burning vinegar with simple flavors from olive oil and garlic. To keep this one Bulletproof, swap the garlic with your favorite fresh herbs, and skip the pepper.
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This keto condiment tastes perfectly tart and sweet with no honey at all — instead, this recipe uses a blend of liquid stevia, lemon juice, and two kinds of mustards for a deliciously tangy dressing. To keep this zero-carb dressing more Bulletproof, simply swap in a mayo made with avocado oil.
Keto condiments: Dips
Not a fan of chunky guac? This ultra-creamy recipe has you covered. Avocados, oregano, and salt add classic taste, while Brain Octane Oil adds intensity to their flavors without any additional spices.
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Bring back your favorite veggie dip with a secret ingredient: Cauliflower! Since it has a naturally neutral taste, this keto condiment still tastes like the classic recipe, but cuts carbs down to about 5 net grams per serving. To stay more Bulletproof, steam cauliflower instead of microwaving, use raw almond butter, and skip the pepper.
Make this keto condiment your go-to recipe for entertaining (or any occasion when you want to feel fancy). With tart, briny flavor from olives, capers, and apple cider vinegar, it makes the perfect dip for veggies or low-carb crackers. Just 1.2 net carbs per serving.
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Use this keto condiment as a dip for roasted veggies, or a flavor-packed topper for cooked meats. Fresh cilantro and lemon zest add bright flavors to balance out the healthy fats from egg yolk and avocado oil. To stay Bulletproof with this 1-carb recipe, simply avoid eating garlic too often.
Keto condiments: Pour-over sauces
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You may recognize hollandaise from classic recipes like eggs Benedict, but this naturally keto condiment also tastes amazing on meat and veggies. In classic style, this recipe is loaded with fats from rich egg yolks and butter, plus zippy flavor from lemon juice and hot sauce. To stay more Bulletproof, use grass-fed butter and skip the hot pepper if you have a nightshade sensitivity.
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This dairy-free keto condiment makes the ideal sour cream alternative, thanks to tang from lime juice and healthy fats from avocado, coconut milk, and olive oil. Simply blend and serve for a satisfying sauce you can make in 5 minutes.
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OG tzatziki usually contains yogurt, which can contain enough sugar to mess with your macros. This dairy-free version swaps in coconut milk, mayo, and spices to make a mouthwatering keto condiment with just 1 net carb. Stay more Bulletproof with an avocado oil mayo, plus skip the pepper and avoid eating garlic too often.
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Use this recipe as a keto condiment for topping meat and veggies, or even use it as a heavy cream alternative in soups and casseroles. With just cauliflower and water, you can have this recipe ready in minutes and use it for nourishing meal prep throughout the week.
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This fast and flavorful keto condiment transforms fresh herbs, oil, and lemon juice into a bright and fresh sauce made for slathering on steak and scallops. At .4 net carbs per serving, you won’t feel guilty over a generous portion, either. To stay more Bulletproof, skip the black pepper and avoid eating garlic too often.
Dessert keto condiments
Whip up the perfect accompaniment for low-carb cake, cookies, and brownies with this easy keto condiment recipe. A blend of coconut butter, grass-fed butter, and sweetener whips together in your blender to make a fluffy, addictive sauce ready to satisfy your sugar cravings.
This thick and buttery sauce uses a smooth blend of macadamia nuts and ghee to create a sweet and creamy topping you’ll want to eat by the spoonful. Just 1.6 net carbs for every serving.
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For the ultimate fruity keto condiment, grab a few cups of low-fructose blueberries and make this dreamy dessert sauce. The fruit cooks down with lemon juice and sweetener, and in just 20 minutes you have the perfect topping for keto ice cream (or even pancakes) for only 3 net carbs.
Like magic, this keto condiment creates a pourable chocolate sauce that hardens the moment it touches frozen desserts. Since it uses liquid stevia and cacao powder, this rich recipe tallies up to only 2 net carbs per serving.
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