Have you ever had this classic Italian dish? Crispy chicken cutlets are doused in a buttery sauce that's swimming with salty capers and fresh parsley. It's rich, it's creamy, and surprisingly enough: it can be healthy and low-carb, too! The recipe below uses almond flour to bread the chicken breasts instead of the classic panko breadcrumbs and coconut cream instead of heavy whipping cream, making it keto friendly and low-carb.
This recipe certainly takes a few more steps than other dinner options, but it comes together in only 30 minutes and is totally worth the effort. The sauce is addictively good, so we won't blame you if you want to eat this a few times a week. Your friends won't believe this is both dairy-free and gluten-free!