Low Carb Recipes HOT!
Low-carb recipes that serve up a mix of healthy sources of carbs (like veggies), heart-healthy fats, and protein may help lower your risk for certain diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Got too much on your plate to cook those healthy low-carb meals that take literal hours? We got you. Just set aside an hour tops, and you can have a balanced meal on the table (and leftovers for lunch) all week. Here are some of our favorite low-carb recipes that may just inspire you to toss those delivery menus for good. They'll have you feeling inspired that being healthy doesn't mean skimping on flavor or variety.
Low Carb Recipes
This popular Pinterest salad gained fame for many reasons, but the tender 20-minute chicken on top might be the most compelling part. Indulge in this low-carb recipe for dinner any night of the week, since it's super easy to prepare. (via North South Blonde for Brit + Co.)
The best part of this low-carb recipe (second to the crispy cheddartaco shells, of course) is the leftover taco-seasoned steak, which you can use to top salads, wraps, and other lunches later on. (via Brit + Co.)
Shredded kale, arugula, sun-dried tomatoes, carrots, and fresh herbs are generously tossed in a lemon vinaigrette and topped with crispy chickpeas, toasted pine nuts, feta, and avocado in this low-carb recipe. This pick makes for a great side salad, or you can enjoy it in bigger portions as a main course. (via Half Baked Harvest)
This low-carb breakfast, AKA Çilbir (pronounced chil-bir), is a popular breakfast in Turkey that's made with poached eggs over creamy, garlicky yogurt, and drenched in a warm spicy butter. (via Forks & Foliage)
Turn your go-to poke bowl into bite-sized goodies. They make for an awesome low-carb appetizer, or even an effective WFH snack if you need something filling to hold you over until lunchtime. (via Brit + Co.)
This garlicky marinated shrimp dish needs just 8 minutes in the oven to form a hearty accompaniment to roasted peppers and onions, riced cauliflower, and any low-carb ingredient under the sun. This flavorful bite will blow you away. (via Brit + Co.)
You can make this healthy orange chicken faster than you could grab it from Panda Express. The diet-friendly version employs coconut sugar and orange zest to replicate the classic's citrusy sweetness, while arrowroot powder maintains the signature crispy crust. It's a classic in our arsenal of easy low-carb meals. (via Brit + Co.)
Enjoy this Starbucks breakfast fave without all the carbs. Don't worry though, this recipe still has all the bacon-y, cheesy goodness you could ever want! (via Brit + Co.)
Swapping traditional noodles for zucchini noodles allows you to enjoy richly flavored ramen, crispy pork belly, jammy egg, and all, without the dreaded carb bloat. (via Brit + Co.)
Cloud bread, a miracle mixture of baked eggs, cheese, and cream of tartar, satisfies the carb-y cravings of keto dieters everywhere. We like it best topped with pizza sauce, more cheese, and plenty of pepperoni. (via Brit + Co.)
Slice up a zucchini, toss it in olive oil and spices, and pop it in the air fryer to get these crunchy zucchini chips. A low-carb dinner snack is as easy as that! (via A Spicy Perspective)
You won't miss the bread in this low-carb version of toad in the hole, as its cauliflower-crust base tastes like crisped cheese. (via Cali'Flour Kitchen and Brit + Co.)
Spicy meatballs and grilled vegetables are tossed in lemon-herb vinaigrette and served with cooling, creamy tzatziki. This low-carb meal option will win everyone over! (via Half Baked Harvest)
Rich dark-meat chicken forms stellar meatballs with almond flour, heavy cream, and Parmesan and ricotta cheeses. Serve them with roasted vegetables or your favorite low-carb pasta substitute! (via Brit + Co.)
You can indeed transform an In-N-Out Animal-Style burger into a Whole30 masterpiece, down to a low-sugar special sauce and crunchy lettuce wrap. Make the caramelized onions ahead of time to cut down on the total cook time for this easy low-carb dinner idea. (via Brit + Co.)
Eating for one? This low-carb recipe is the perfect answer to a light dinner that's as good (or better) as a baked potato. And if you get peckish later, check out one of these low carb snacks. (via Brit + Co.)
Casseroles are one of our favorite comfort foods, but they're not always the healthiest option. The zucchini, mushrooms, and cheeses in this recipe are so flavorful, that you won't even notice the missing carbs. (via Brit + Co.)
So full disclosure I'm not Keto but trying to cut back on carbs and am IN LOVE with a few of these recipes! Made the Spaghetti squash pasta and the kids actually loved it! Making the bean salad next, yummm.
Juggling a lot these day? If there's little time to cook a healthy dinner, we got you. Just set aside an hour max and you can have a balanced meal on the table or for leftover lunches all week. Here are some of our favorite low carb meals that may just inspire you to toss those delivery menus for good.
Chicken, beef, seafood, pork, and casseroles are the most popular, best keto dinner recipes you can make! If you want a lighter meal or a starter, try one of my keto soups or salads, or even a keto appetizer.
We all love variety, but readers request chicken more than any other protein for their low carb dinner ideas. And chicken dinners are one of the simplest types of easy keto recipes you can make! Mix it up with chicken breasts, thighs, wings, or even a whole chicken.
From a Cheeseburger Casserole to Coconut Flour Pancakes to a New York Keto Cheesecake, you've come to the right place to find keto diet recipes that the whole family will enjoy while sticking to a keto lifestyle. Whether you've moved to a keto diet for weight loss or to control blood sugar, this site is loaded with healthy eating comfort food to make your meal prep easier.
These are some of my favorite keto recipes, and all have full nutritional information. This is important because understanding net carbs is useful if you calculate your daily macros to stay on track. There's everything you need to prepare your favorite meals from hearty soup, side dishes, and salads, and main dishes. There's even plenty of keto friendly desserts made with sugar substitutes like erythritol, monk fruit, and stevia to satisfy your sweet tooth!
These keto meals are great dinners for the whole family. I am the only true "low carb" person in my household, but my entire family love these keto recipes. By simply making a few easy ingredient substitutions, regular meals easily turn into something that is low carb!
Did you know that there are a lot of options to replace the regular breading used in fried appetizers that make the snack low carb friendly? We've tried them all, and made recipes out of the ones we love the most!
Finding low carb sides has always been a challenge. Throw out potatoes, pasta and rice, and sometimes we end up drawing a blank when trying to come up with low carb side options. Well, luckily we have many great keto-friendly sides that the whole family can enjoy!
Sweets are sometimes really hard to get to be low carb. Normal desserts are loaded up with sugar, and unfortunately, that is what most people associate with treats. However, I use alternative low carb sweeteners in place of the sugar, making these desserts perfect for those on a keto or low carb diet!
These insanely delicious low-carb recipes are anything but boring! From hearty soups, to flaky fish, savory kabobs and loaded breakfast casseroles, these healthy recipes (for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!) will fuel your low-carb life.
These buns are not suitable for Atkins Induction, but are acceptable once you get to Phase 2 OWL nuts and seeds level of the carb re-introduction ladder. They are also suitable for Ketogenic diets and Primal followers if dairy is occasionally consumed. These buns are not suitable for a Paleo lifestyle.
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Baked meat pies were a tradition in England, our Pilgrim ancestors continued baking various types of meat pies after surviving the brutal, long journey across the Atlantic. Meat baked into pastries have been around ever since. You can recreate a very popular American comfort food in a low-carb version with this recipe!
This recipe is not suitable for Induction and should not be eaten until the grains rung of the Phase 2 OWL carb re-introduction ladder. Substituting daikon white radish for the rutabaga will cut the carbs a bit on this dish. You can also substitute a half recipe of my homemade low-carb Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup in place of the broth, cream and xanthan gum listed if you prefer to make that before starting your pies.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Serves 5, each serving contains (meatloaf only, no tomato topping): 519 calories 35.4 g fat 6.28 g carbs, 1.86 g fiber, 4.42g NET CARBS (around 5.42 g if tomato topping used) 42.8 g protein 116 mg. sodium 041b061a72