Keto Sushi Bake


Keto sushi bake is an incredibly tasty, low-carb alternative to traditional sushi rolls. It combines all the flavors of classic sushi in a delicious and easy-to-make casserole dish. Adding cream cheese, mayonnaise, and coconut aminos ensures that you won’t miss out on any flavor. All you have to do is layer your ingredients in a baking dish, then pop it in your oven, and have fun.


* 4 ounces of cream cheese

* ½ cup mayonnaise

* one tablespoon of coconut aminos

* 3 cups cooked rice (such as cauliflower rice or shirataki)

* 2 cups cooked protein (shrimp, tuna, salmon, etc.)

* ½ cup sliced cucumber

* ½ cup carrots julienned

* 1 avocado, cubed

* four sheets of nori seaweed


  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F. Grease a 9×13-inch baking dish with butter and set aside.
  2. Mix cream cheese, mayonnaise, and coconut aminos until combined in a medium bowl.
  3. Layer half of the cooked rice in the bottom of the ready baking dish in equal layers. Top with cream cheese mixture and spread evenly over top of the rice.
  4. Add remaining cooked rice on top and spread evenly.
  5. Top with the cooked protein, cucumber, and carrots.
  6. Cut nori seaweed sheets into small pieces and sprinkle them on the casserole.
  7. Bake in preheated oven for 25-30 minutes or until edges are lightly golden brown.
  8. Remove from oven and let cool slightly before serving; top each portion with cubed avocado if desired.

Tips and Tricks:

* Use your favorite plant-based protein or tofu for a vegan version of this dish.

* Add one tablespoon of sesame oil and sriracha to the cream cheese mixture if you prefer a spicier flavor.

* To make this dish gluten-free, swap out the nori seaweed with tamari or coconut aminos.

* You can also customize your keto sushi bake by adding vegetables such as bell peppers, mushrooms, or broccoli.

Serving Suggestions:

Keto sushi bake is best served warm and can be enjoyed alone or with steamed vegetables. It also makes for great leftovers, so make extra on hand during the week.


Q: Can I make this dish ahead of time? 

A: Yes, keto sushi bake can be prepared in advance and kept stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Just be sure to reheat it before serving.

Q: Is this dish freezer-friendly? 

A: You can freeze your keto sushi bake for up to 2 months. To reheat, thaw overnight in your fridge and then bake at 350°F until heated.

Q: Can I use different proteins in this dish? 

A: You can use any protein, such as chicken or beef. Just be sure to cook it ahead of time before adding it to the casserole.


We hope you enjoy this delicious low-carb version of traditional sushi. Feel free to customize the ingredients as desired and get creative with them. Let us know how it turns out by commenting below and tagging us on your social media.

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