At Jennie-O, we believe that eating well doesn’t have to come at the cost of flavor, including for those with special dietary needs and restrictions. From whole turkeys to deli meat and sausage to ground turkey, we offer hundreds of products that make it easy to eat well without compromising on quality.
We have an impressive collection of recipes designed to deliver great taste without all the work to ensure these dishes meet the requirements for your specific diet. Our team of experts did the necessary research to create crowd-pleasing recipes that fit into the following categories: Paleo Diet, Carb Conscious, Clean Eating and Ketogenic Diet.
For each recipe, you will find a description that explains the parameters within which the dish was created so you can see exactly what will work for your needs. We make this simple enough to allow you to select winning meals and get back to enjoying the art of preparing and eating delicious food.
We believe everyone deserves to live and eat well. Our passion to innovate in response to your interests and deliver on your behalf inspired us to share these recipes with you. Whatever your lifestyle, Jennie-O provides great tasting food that fits with your world.
Paleo friendly foods are based on what is believed to have been eaten by our hunter-gatherer ancestors during the Paleolithic era. While it is not specifically known what our ancient ancestors used to eat, a Paleo friendly eating regimen typically follows these food guidelines: whole foods like lean meat, fish, seeds, nuts, roots, fruits, vegetables, eggs and good fats and oils. If following a Paleo diet plan, it is recommended that people avoid grains, dairy products, salt or refined fats and sugars.
There is no clear definition, guidelines or single approach to adopting a low carbohydrate (carb) diet. Even still, the goal of any carb-conscious meal plan is to reduce a person’s overall intake of carbs. Here is a list of carb-conscious recipes that are nutritious and flavorful, and will help you achieve your carb-conscious meal goals.
One popular approach to meal planning follows a trend called “clean eating.” There is no official definition or guidelines pertaining to clean eating, but the popular thought is to focus on eating whole foods like lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, grains and healthy fats while avoiding highly processed foods.
The ketogenic diet has been around for over 100 years and primarily consists of high-fats, moderate-proteins and low carbohydrates. The dietary macronutrients consist of approximately 55% to 60% fat, 30% to 35% protein and 5% to 10% carbohydrates