Keto or low carb eating can be challenging at times, but we have plenty of healthy recipes that can help keep you on track with your goals.
This Green Keto Shake is packed with nutritious veggies and protein for long-lasting energy without spikes in blood sugar levels. Avocado and coconut milk supply long-lasting energy without sudden drops.
Easy Keto Pancakes
If you love pancakes, this keto breakfast recipe will surely satisfy. Sweet, fluffy and low carb/keto friendly, you can indulge without guilt!
The key to light and fluffy keto pancakes lies in using a combination of eggs and cream cheese in their batter, as this helps mask any eggy flavors often associated with keto pancakes. Furthermore, using high-quality baking powder ensures they rise properly.
One unique element of this recipe is using a blender to combine all of its ingredients. Doing this makes the process quicker and less messy while eliminating lumpy spots from your pancakes. Make a large batch to store in your refrigerator for quick morning breakfasting options!
Pancakes are one of the most versatile healthful foods around, perfect for snacks, breakfast and dessert! On a diet like Keto it is essential to find recipes without too much grain or sugar – this keto pancake recipe requires only four simple ingredients! Perfectly gluten and dairy free breakfast!
Keto pancakes are also surprisingly straightforward to create. In just one minute, you can be enjoying fluffy and tasty keto pancakes! The key is knowing when they are ready to flip – for best results cook it until its edges turn slightly brown while pressing gently gives a firmer surface than expected.
If you’re searching for additional low-carb breakfast options, take a look at this recipe of savory zucchini pancakes or these irresistibly tasty Swiss mushroom and spinach cakes – both are sure to please even your pickiest eaters!
Surf & Turf
Surf and turf is one of the classic food combinations that just works – think peanut butter and jelly or hot dogs and French fries. This main course combines red meat (turf) with seafood such as lobster, clams, shrimp or prawns; its popularity peaked during the 1960s but remains popular today among many diners.
Surf and turf has long been considered an example of “kitsch.” As an entree designed to feature expensive ingredients, surf and turf is frequently featured at high-end eateries; but its appeal spans all ages and backgrounds, making it suitable for every meal setting.
No matter your seafood tastes or dining needs, this delectable steak and lobster surf and turf recipe will satisfy them both! Utilizing New York strip steak and shrimp as ingredients, this simple yet elegant recipe is sure to please everyone at the table.
Steak can be made of any red meat you enjoy, while lobster may be swapped out for other varieties of seafood such as salmon or mahi mahi for something a bit different. Furthermore, your surf and turf meal could include various sides like mashed potatoes or grilled asparagus as an accompaniment.
An irresistibly delectable garlic butter sauce is the classic accompaniment for surf and turf, but other ingredients such as Sriracha, white wine, shallots or lemon juice add depth of flavor.
Surf and turf originated during the 1960s. Some credit its emergence to an advertisement published in an East Coast newspaper that promoted a Champagne Surf ‘N Turf Dinner featuring filet mignon and baked Alaskan crab legs as its inspiration.
Beef & Broccoli Stir Fry
There’s nothing better than a delicious stir fry! This Asian-inspired keto recipe combines succulent beef with fresh broccoli and bean sprouts in an irresistibly flavorful sauce, making this perfect for busy weeknights and much healthier than ordering takeout!
This beef stir fry recipe is easy and delicious – perfect for meal prep or quick dinner on-the-go! In less than 30 minutes it comes together quickly in your microwave! Make it in advance and save yourself some time with convenient meal planning!
For this stir fry, you will need beef tenderloin (sliced into thin strips), broccoli, onion, ginger, garlic and soy sauce. Before cooking begins, the beef slices should be marinated in light soy sauce with cornstarch for 10 to 15 minutes to ensure that the meat stays moist and flavorful. Furthermore, fresh broccoli should always be used that has been properly trimmed as this helps ensure maximum texture during the process. You could also include other vegetables such as quartered bell peppers or bok choy into this stir fry!
Chopping for this dish can be done ahead of time to save time when dinnertime rolls around. I recommend marinating the beef ahead of time, slicing onions and grating ginger so that everything will be ready when it comes time to prepare it. Doing this also gives each ingredient time to absorb flavor from one another for enhanced flavors that enhance their overall taste.
When creating your sauce, it is essential to use high-quality soy sauce that is low in sodium and use this as the base ingredient – otherwise it could become overly salty! For an alternative option, oyster sauce is widely available at grocery stores or can even be purchased directly online.
Once your sauce is prepared, heat a large frying pan or wok over high heat until a drop of water sizzles and evaporates immediately when touched by it. Add your cooking oil, and stir-fry your beef for about one minute or until it reaches desired rareness.
Meatloaf is the quintessential comfort food, and with our keto meatloaf recipe you can experience all its flavor without all of the added carbs. Simply combine ground beef, herbs and spices, Primal Kitchen’s Unsweetened Ketchup for a deliciously protein-rich meal perfect for cozy nights in. Don’t forget your low-carb side dishes too for a satisfying evening in.
Contrary to most meatloaf recipes that rely on breadcrumbs to shape their loaf, this one uses crunchy ingredients such as onions and celery instead for texture and flavor. Once combined, this mix is then formed into a loaf that’s covered with slices of bacon for that classic meatloaf look; alternatively you could cover yours with your preferred low-carb sauce like ketchup instead for an equally tasty finish!
This dish can easily be assembled ahead of time and stored in the fridge until you’re ready to bake it. Double up on this recipe for even faster meal preparation! Alternatively, double and freeze half of it – making a delicious meal ready in mere moments.
For this recipe, we recommend using 80/20 ground beef as it has a higher fat content that helps create tender and moist meatloaves. If you prefer leaner ground beef instead, add an additional teaspoon of almond flour to help absorb some of the moisture created from vegetables and other ingredients. Or you could swap out bacon for crushed pork rinds which naturally provide crunchiness without carbs for a meatloaf that’s free from nuts!
If you’re in search of an easy yet delicious keto dinner option, look no further than savory salmon with green beans. Perfect for busy weeknight dinners and even simpler with its use of crockpot with balsamic glaze! This recipe creates a nutritious yet delectable feast perfect for the entire family to enjoy!