The Ketogenic Diet is a very low-carb, high-fat diet, which is extremely efficient at helping you lose weight. While the diet can seem a little challenging to get into initially, as you start to lose the weight, you will find that it gives you a lot of energy and makes it easier to move around. This is thanks to the fact that fat is a very efficient source of fuel and is a very good alternative to the sugar that we’re all used to.
1. Keto Cauli Tots
Keto Cauli Tots are a tasty and easy to make side dish that is high in fat, low in carbs, and has a delicious texture. They are perfect for any meal that needs a low carb side dish. They are also extremely versatile and can be used in so many ways.
2. Keto Lettuce and Chicken Wraps
If you’re on a low-carb, high-fat diet like the keto diet, you’re probably used to eating meats like chicken. If you’re looking for some new ways to switch things up, try this recipe for keto lettuce and chicken wraps. It’s a low-carb substitute for a sandwich, and it’s loaded with healthy fat and protein. The chicken is tender and moist, and the bacon has a nice savory flavor that pairs well with the mayonnaise. Enjoy this tasty keto-friendly meal on its own or as part of a full ketogenic diet meal plan.
3. Shrimp fajitas
If you’re new to the keto diet and still cooking for your non-keto family, this shrimp fajita recipe is a great recipe that will let you keep your low carb eating to yourself! These shrimp fajitas are great served alongside our salsa and guacamole recipes, so try them out for a full keto-friendly meal!
4. Chicken rice bowl
A Keto chicken rice bowl recipe made in the crock pot. The recipes makes around 20 servings and just under 1 carb per serving. The recipe is also high in protein, without high fat content. The combination of cooked chicken, rice, and vegetables makes this a great dish for anyone looking to add more variety to their keto diet.
5. Burger without bread
When I started doing Keto diet I couldn’t find a good recipe of burgers without bread. Then I began to experiment myself. After a lot of tries I got a pretty nice recipe that I will share with you. Now I make my burgers with cheese, ketchup, onions and bacon. It is a fantastic meal and I will be glad if you try it.
6. Brussel sprouts with cheese
Brussel Sprouts are a cruciferous vegetable that is part of the endive family. It is a cool season crop, which means that it likes spring and fall. The sprouts can be eaten raw, but are often stir fried, roasted, or made into soup. Brussel Sprouts are higher in vitamin C than oranges, and are also high in vitamin K, A, and folate. Brussel Sprouts are quite high in iron, Vitamin A, and potassium, and a very good source of fiber, vitamin B6, thiamin, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and copper. In short, Brussel Sprouts are a nutritional powerhouse.
7. Mexican Shredded Chicken:
Let’s talk about one of the most popular and filling foods in Mexican cuisine: chicken. It’s a great source of protein and, like most other meat, it’s pretty versatile: you can roast, grill, sauté, stuff, and more. However, chicken is not only delicious when prepared in various ways, it’s also great for keto dieters who are looking for lean protein to help keep them satiated. That’s why we’re talking about it today—let’s dive into how you can make your own perfect shredded chicken for salads, tacos, burritos, and more.
8. Zoodles Keto Alfredo
Everyone knows that Alfredo is a delicious dish – but it’s not exactly the healthiest meal out there. If you’re following a keto diet, you’re probably eating low-carb, which means you’re avoiding most pasta, breads, and other high-carb foods. That’s why you’ll love this new recipe from blogger Kate from Healthy Indulgences. It combines zucchini noodles, parmesan cheese and cream cheese to recreate the flavors of your favorite fettuccine Alfredo, without the gluten, carbs, or dairy.
9. Instant Pot Ramekin Eggs En Cocotte:
“Keto Cheesecake” featuring a photo of a diced watermelon is the first I could find from the “Pretalk” blog. Since then, the blog has been quietly boiling along, releasing new recipe and tips posts every once in a while. The “Instant Pot Ramekin Eggs En Cocotte:” recipe is pretty clever: by using a pressure cooker you can cook a typical breakfast egg dish in less than 5 minutes.
10. Ricotta meatballs with zoodles
Ricotta meatballs are a classic Italian recipe that work with almost any type of pasta. A low-carb zoodle is a great alternative to regular pasta, since it’s basically the same thing but a lot healthier. Mushrooms are a great addition to ricotta meatballs, as they add even more flavor and spices. Mushrooms are also very nutritious and low in calories, as they are made up mostly of water and fiber.