Eating Keto? We’re Sharing Over 30 Of Our Favorite Low-Carb Recipes!
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Some of these can even be compiled ahead of time for convenient freezer bag meals. 🙌🏻 And many of these keto meals can be served in different ways to accommodate your family member’s tastes.
Check out some of our favorite keto recipes:
If you miss eating this delicious Chinese dish at P.F Chang’s, listen up! It’s actually super easy to make a low-carb, keto version at home, and it’s bursting with the same garlic, ginger, and chile flavors we all love.
Skip the steakhouse and make a yummy copycat keto version of Alice Springs chicken at home! It’s a hearty and delicious crowd pleasing keto chicken recipe all will love!
The yummy cilantro, cheese, and green chile flavors make these grain-free chicken enchiladas a perfect addition to your low-carb recipes file, and a way to enjoy a popular Mexican dish!
This easy to assemble ground beef casserole is filling and delicious. My kids actually really enjoyed this one!
This is such an easy keto dinner idea to add to your weekly meal rotation. A portobello mushroom cap gets stuffed with a flavorful marinara sausage filling, and then topped with cheese, for a melted gooey meaty mushroom.
You can never go wrong with a one pan flavorful meal like Skillet Chicken Fajitas. Serve in lettuce cups or in a salad for a yummy low-carb meal.
With a buttery crust and a creamy and savory filling, everyone in the family will be asking for this one-skillet chicken pot pie. This recipe is beyond simple, too!
This comforting keto soup recipe has tomatoes, ground meat, smoky seasonings, and cauliflower rice for a satisfying slow cooker meal.
Did you know that you can create a perfectly delicious pizza crust using green veggies like broccoli and spinach?! It’s delish!
This inexpensive, low-carb, easy to make salsa verde keto cauliflower casserole recipe will have you dancing in your seat! It’s THAT good.
Ever heard of “Crack Chicken”? This low-carb recipe version has lots of flavored cream cheese and bacon!
Sheet pan dinners are a breeze to throw in the oven on busy weeknights! This low-carb idea is DELICIOUS!
Make this delicious keto-friendly version by replacing traditional corn tortillas with crispy cheese shells! Plus, you’ll appreciate how simple this recipe is. I love that you can use leftover rotisserie chicken for this or shred leftover chicken breast meat.
These flank steak fajita ingredients can be compiled ahead of time for a yummy, low-carb freezer meal idea.
If you’re craving all the bold flavors of cheesy keto nachos, try creating them on the stove as a one-skillet steak nachos meal! It’s an easy low-carb weeknight meal I just know you’re gonna LOVE!
Your family will love this hearty slow cooker stew recipe with lots of healthy veggies!
If your family loves the tangy flavor of buffalo wing sauce, consider this easy to make keto Buffalo Chicken Lettuce wraps recipe!
These easy, crispy bacon-wrapped avocado fries are low-carb and basically use just two ingredients! Enjoy an avocado “fry” dipped in your favorite condiment or dipping sauce.
Sliced mini bell peppers make low-carb nachos healthy and great tasting! These Carnitas Nachos do not disappoint.
We loved this flavorful creamy chicken soup featuring leeks, cream cheese, and bacon!
Love spaghetti squash? You’ve gotta try baking it with two types of cheese, garlic, butter, and fresh herbs. It’s seriously the BEST way I’ve ever served spaghetti squash!
Here’s an easy make-ahead breakfast idea that will come in handy for those busy school/work mornings. Bake these yummy ham and egg cups in a muffin tin for a handy low-carb breakfast on the go!
This low-carb dinner idea features Chinese food inspired flavors, sliced veggies, and ground pork for a yummy and filling one pan meal idea.
Check out this one-pan meal idea using spiralized squash or zucchini “noodles”, bacon, garlic, and freshly grated Parmesan cheese. YUM!
This keto Buffalo chicken & cauliflower casserole recipe is the ultimate low-carb comfort food for anyone who likes a little spice in their life!
This is the type of meal that’s super yummy and happens to be low-carb! I love when that happens. Such a great way to use up summer zucchini as well!
You’ve gotta check out this insanely delicious cheese and broccoli stuffed chicken that’s wrapped in bacon and baked in the oven. It’s a filling and satisfying meal we all LOVE, and I know you will, too.
Here’s how to upgrade a can of ordinary tuna for this unique low-carb lunch idea!
I know it’s tempting to head to Starbucks, but it’s brutal for your wallet, and some of their options aren’t as low-carb as you’d think, including their egg bites. We’ve come up with an almost identical Starbucks copycat recipe that won’t break the bank.
This low-carb version of this popular chain’s sausage and potato soup swaps out the potatoes for fresh cauliflower florets and tastes amazing! One of my favorite soups EVER!
Hands down this is the BEST low-carb pizza crust EVER! Fathead pizza is a must try favorite you won’t regret making.
Use that same Fat Head crust to make other low-carb dishes such as these grain-free Pigs in a Blanket!
There’s nothing more comforting than roasted chicken and this fresh-tasting dish is super easy!
Just because you’re not eating carbs doesn’t mean you can’t eat TACOS! These cheese shells are genius.
This is such a simple side dish that looks and tastes fantastic. Roasted Brussels sprouts are insanely delicious and easy to make!
If you’re trying to incorporate more healthy veggies into your meals, try replacing pasta with noodles made from zucchini. Add this flavorful pesto sauce and some grilled chicken and you’ll have an amazing meal. This will be a wonderful addition to your low-carb recipes.
Serve this 3-ingredient salad with lettuce leaves, on top of celery, cucumber boats or on top of additional sliced avocado for a flavorful quick and easy low-carb meal idea!
Try wrapping brussels sprouts in bacon for a melt in your mouth heavenly experience! Bacon Wrapped Brussels Sprouts are super easy to make and look kind of fancy to serve as a party appetizer or snack.
Cauliflower is one of those mild versatile veggies that can easily be made into mock mashed potatoes, rice, pizza crust, and even delicious hummus!
This casserole is so delicious that you’d think it took hours to prepare. Luckily for those who love an easy weeknight meal, this dish can use leftover shredded chicken (or you can boil chicken breasts in a pinch).
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