Delicious Low-Carb Foods To Add Variety To Your Diet

You a beginner of a low-carb diet and start finding something good to meet your taste while keeping you sticking to your diet? We’ve listed out most savory low-carb foods made with different ingredients, ranging from chicken to beef to pork to vegetables to cheeses. They can serve as main course, snack, breakfast, lunch and dinner, so eaters can definitely fill their stomach and satisfy your taste with these diet-friendly foods. As some of them made with vegetables only, vegetarians and vegans can add them to their diet.

Aside from foods, we also recommend tasty low-carb drinks to vary your diet as well as make your meal more complete. So, if you find it so hard to give up their cravings for sweet foods while on a low-carb diet, you can continue to “pamper” your appetite with these. Not just that, those who has had a sweet tooth for years may also give them a try.

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In this article, we introduce savory low-carb foods to add variety to your low-carb  diet. If you prefer homemade food or just want to know more delicious recipes, keep reading!

Low-carb Chicken

Chicken is the most common source of protein for low-carb and keto eaters for the reason that it’s rich in protein but lower in carbs and calories than other meats. As it companions and cooking styles vary, chicken dishes can definitely arouse then tantalize your taste buds. Here are 15 delicious low-carb chicken dishes and their quantity of carbs per serving for your consideration.

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Chicken Casserole: 6g of net carbs

Chicken Enchiladas: 9g of net carbs and 8g of fiber

Chicken Salad With Herbs: 11g of protein and 2.6g of net carbs

Ground Chicken Pizza Crust: Almost zero carb and 27g of protein

Butter Chicken: 6g of net carbs and 26.5g of protein

Buffalo Chicken Dip: 2g of carbs and 9g of protein

Chicken Soup: 33g of protein and 4g of net carbs

Cauliflower Chicken Alfredo: 33g of protein and 6g of carbs, 3 of which are fiber

Chicken Breasts Stuffed With Spinach And Cheeses: 41g of protein, 2g of net carbs and 1g of fiber

Fried Chicken: 2.5g of net carb, 2.5g of fiber and 34g of protein

Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole: 1g of net carbs and 34g of protein

Crack Chicken: 41.2 g of protein, 2.5g of net carbs and 2g of fiber

Chicken Parmesan: 37g of protein and 9g of carb, 3 of which are fiber

Chicken stir-Fry: 9g of carbs, 2 of which are fiber

Instant Pot Chicken: 4g of carbs and 32g of protein

Low-carb Beef

Low-carb dishes made with beef are worth tasting. Stewed to stir- fried with other fresh vegetables, served in soup, made into a casserole, these beef dishes are not only tasty but also friendly to the keto and low-carb diet. Giving them a try and you will fall in love after that. The list below is 10 delicious low-carb beef dishes you should try at home.

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Beef Stew: 27g of protein and 11 grams of carbs, 4 of which are fiber

Beef Stroganoff: 2g of net carbs and 1g of fiber

Ground Beef Casserole: 22g of protein and 3g of carbs

Beef Taquitos: 22.5g of protein and 2.4g of net carbs

Bacon Avocado Cheese Curd Burger

Beef Stir-Fry: 22g of protein, 7g of net carbs and 4g of fiber

Beef Soup: 33g of protein and 7.5 grams of net carbs

Beef Taco Salad: 32 grams of protein, 9 grams of carbs, 5 of which are fiber

Beef Jerky: Almost zero carb and 22g of protein

Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf: 2g of net carbs and 28g of protein

Low-carb Egg

Close to zero carb while providing fewer than 6 grams of protein per large-size one, eggs become one of the great sources of protein for keto eaters, along with meat and poultry.  Not just that, the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin found in egg’s yolk help in protecting eye health. Here are 10 tasty low-carb egg dishes to make at home:

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Classic Bacon And Eggs: 2g of net carbs and up to 15g of protein per serving

Egg Butter With Smoked Salmon And Avocado:

Egg Salad: 7g of carbs, 5 of which are fiber

Egg Muffins: 11.2g of net carbs and 20g of protein

Classic Scrambled Eggs: 14g of protein and 3g of carbs

Cheese Omelet: 4g of net carbs and 40g of protein

Mexican Scrambled Eggs: 14g of protein and 3g of net carbs

Egg Drop Soup: 1.5g of carbs and 9.5g of protein.

Deviled Eggs: 1g of carb and 6g of protein.

Fried Eggs With Kale And Pork

Low-carb Pork

If you prefer something other than chicken, beef and eggs to serve at your low-carb meals, you should give pork dishes a try. From bacon to roast to steak to stroganoff to meatballs, pork can satisfy your taste buds while keeping track on your diet. Let’ check out 10 “worth-tasting” low-carb pork dishes!

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Bacon And Mushroom Smothered Pork Chops: 56g of protein and 5g of net carbs per serving.

Pulled Pork Tacos

Pork Chops With Green Beans And Garlic Butter: 54g of protein and 6g of net carbs

Grilled Pork Chops With Asparagus And Pesto: 4g of carbs and 25g of protein

Pork Stroganoff

Pork Chops With Cabbage Casserole And Parmesan Butter: 11g of net carbs and 45g of protein

Pork And Parmesan Meatballs: 23g of protein and 7g of net carbs

Lemon Garlic Pork Steak: 3g of net carb

Pork Tenderloin With Creamy Mustard: 2.5g of carbs and 64g of protein

Bunless Cuban Stuffed Pork: 38.2g of protein and 12.7g of carbs, 1.6 of which are fiber

Vegetables

Not only rich in vitamins and minerals, these vegetable dishes are also low in carbs, thereby, friendly to the low-carb diet and good for health as well. If you are looking for a light meal mainly made with vegetables, these will help. We recommend 15 tasty low-carb vegetable dishes to serve at home as below:

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Buffalo Cauliflower Quesadillas

Cauliflower Mac And Cheese 

Zucchini Basil Soup 

Zucchini Mint Feta fritters

Creamy Garlic Parmesan Chicken And Mushroom 

Creamy Garlic Mushroom With Bacon

Creamy Spinach Artichoke Soup

Spinach And Feta Pie

Buffalo Chicken And Asparagus 

Bacon –Wrapped Asparagus With Garlic Aioli 

Chicken Broccoli Casserole

Kale Ricotta Dip 

Green Bean Salad With Hearts Of Palm, Olives, Red Pepper And Feta 

Eggplant Gratin With Creamy Feta Cheese 

Avocado Salsa 

Cheeses

Serve on their own and combine well with a variety of ingredients to make creamy cheesecakes for dessert, comfort soups for dinner, cheesy burger for breakfast and crispy cookies for snacks, cheeses are a preferred ingredient of low-carb eaters. In addition, they are also added to other diets, including normal, vegetarian and vegan. And cheesy and creamy foods are always easy to tease the taste buds of eaters, especially kids and cheese addicts. Here are 15 best low-carb dishes made with cheeses you should try at least once.

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Cheesecake Dips With Strawberry And Cream Cheese

Cheese Crackers 

Raspberry Cheesecakes 

Cheese Chips 

Almond Cream Cheese Pancake

Cheese Taco Shells

Turkey With Cream Cheese Sauce

Broccoli Cheese Soup

Fat Bombs With Cream Cheese 

New York Cheesecake 

Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

Cheese Cookies 

Creamed Kale With Bacon And Walnuts 

Crockpot Shredded Chicken With Cheese 

Strawberry Cheesecake 

Drinks

Low-carb eaters still consume smoothie and coffee while on diet. The point is to make them with low-carb ingredients and adjust their quantity to the level that the diet can accept. By doing so, they end up with low-carb and flavorful drinks, making their diet more comfortable. Here are 10 recommended drinks:

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Strawberry Smoothie

Classic Bulletproof Coffee

Avocado Smoothie With Coconut Milk, Ginger And Turmeric

Coconut Almond Mocha 

Iced Coffee Protein Shake 

Strawberry Limeade 

Mint Coconut Smoothie

Coffee With Cream

Frozen Berry Shake

Hot Chocolate 

You’ve got a lot of ideas about foods and drink to deal with your low-carb diet. Hope they work well with you!

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3 Comments
  1. Shane says

    These look mouth-watering. I want to try these. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Raiko says

    These keto recipes are awesome! I’ll absolutely try these recipes someday. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Sharon says

    Yummy! I can’t wait to try this! Thanks for sharing!

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