Yes, you can eat chicken nuggets while on a ketogenic diet. Chicken nuggets are low in carbohydrates and, if you prepare them at home, you can control the ingredients so that they are suitable for the ketogenic diet. You should avoid store-bought chicken nuggets that often contain breading, wheat flour, and other high-carb ingredients. To achieve the best recipe for crispy keto chicken nuggets, you must first dip each piece of chicken in a beaten egg.
I have recipes for all tastes, from classic recipes to healthy, ketogenic, gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, nut-free, Mediterranean or grain-free (see all recipes by diet). The trick to making chicken nuggets perfectly cooked, crispy on the outside and juicy, tender in the middle, is the size of the chicken pieces. There are many different keto chicken nuggets recipes online, using different coating options, such as ground pork rinds, coconut flour, or almond flour. The usual recipes for homemade chicken nuggets soak meat in pickle juice, which I don't recommend, since pickle juice is usually loaded with sugar.
Unfortunately, none of the store-bought keto nuggets or the classic homemade nuggets recipes are approved for the keto diet. I couldn't stop answering this question because I know that most of us have eaten McDonald's chicken nuggets at some point, either because they were practical or tasty. My favorite way to make crunchy and juicy keto nuggets that taste real is to make almond flour nuggets with a touch of Parmesan.