Keto Artichoke Chicken Recipe – How To Make Creamy Chicken and Artichoke – Blondelish

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Hey Foodies!

I’m here with another of my favorite keto recipes. This time, it’s tender seared chicken breasts in a silky cream cheese sauce with pops of savory flavor and color from artichoke hearts and sun-dried tomatoes.

And the best part? This is a one-pot dish that takes less than half an hour from the stove to your dinner table.

I know you’re probably already hungry for this creamy chicken artichoke recipe, but before you jump up, be sure to read my tips and tricks first.

Start with the easy ingredient swaps that make this dish diet-friendly and easy to make with whatever you have on hand. Speaking of diets, you can make this recipe Paleo and Whole30-compliant with a few easy tweaks.

And finally, if you’re serving a crowd, check out my suggestions below for how to serve keto artichoke chicken with the perfect side dishes.

Still with me? Let’s get to it!

Here are the best Tips & Tricks for Keto creamy chicken and artichokes.

Best Tips & Tricks for this Keto Artichoke Chicken Recipe

1. Which ingredients can I change in this Keto creamy chicken and artichoke recipe?
I made this recipe with tender chicken breasts. However, you can just as easily make it with boneless chicken thighs or even turkey chunks or cutlets.

In fact, you can even make it with meatballs. Beef or poultry meatballs would both be delicious in the creamy sauce.

For a strict low-carb meal, omit the sun-dried tomatoes. Otherwise, they add a lovely layer of umami and pop of color to the dish.

Also, feel free to play with the herbal flavorings. I love parsley in this dish, but you can use any herbs you love. Fresh oregano and thyme are both delicious with creamy chicken, artichoke hearts, and sun-dried tomatoes.

Finally, for another hit of briny flavor to enhance the artichoke hearts, add drained capers or pitted chopped olives. You could even add a few minced anchovies to give it a more robust flavor.

2. How to make this Creamy chicken artichoke recipe Paleo and Whole30

With a few simple tweaks, you can adapt this keto creamy chicken and artichoke recipe to make it Paleo and Whole30-friendly.

First, skip the dairy. Replace the cream cheese with non-dairy milk such as unsweetened almond milk, cashew milk, or coconut milk.

To do so, combine 1 1/4 cups non-dairy milk of choice with 1 1/2 tablespoons gluten-free flour in a small bowl. Whisk well until the flour is incorporated with no visible lumps.

Be sure to use a Paleo/Whole30-friendly flour blend to make this cream cheese substitute. You can also use tapioca or arrowroot flour, which are both grain-free and diet-approved.

Add the milk mixture to your sauce (instead of the cream cheese), and allow it to simmer for a few minutes until thickened. It should take no more than 3-4 minutes to turn into a creamy sauce.

And there you have it: an easy dairy-free version of this creamy chicken artichoke recipe.

3. What to serve with Creamy Chicken with artichoke hearts and sun-dried tomatoes

This hearty chicken dish is easy to pair with your favorite vegetable side dishes or starches. If you’re not following a low-carb diet, it’s delicious with Roasted Smashed Potatoes With Garlic And Parmesan.

For more low-carb side dishes to pair with Keto Artichoke Chicken, try:

Keto Broccoli Bacon Salad
Keto Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
Asparagus Avocado And Tomato Salad

That’s the end for today, my dear foodies. It’s time to get into the kitchen and start making creamy keto chicken and artichokes for dinner tonight.

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