My Favorite Low Carb Recipes (2024)

This is absolutely the most wonderful time of the year…. to think about eating a little more healthy. For me, a low carb diet has always been a good health choice. Today I want to share some of the greatest low carb recipes that I’ve found on Pinterest. I haven’t tried all of them yet, but they have me drooling. There are even some low carb dessert recipes thrown in, too!

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Let’s see those low carb recipes…

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Kalyn’s Kitchen has whipped up this Low Carb Pepperoni Pizza Chicken Bake and you can’t tell me that every kid would not love this one. Cheese, pepperoni…. looks amazing and super easy to put together!

This cauliflower fried rice is a favorite at our house and is a great low carb version of a fried rice recipe. It is so good and full of delicious vegetables. I was really surprised at how changing just a few ingredients made this a healthier version, but it didn’t taste that way.

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Who loves cheesecake? I sure do! My Life Cookbook has made this no bake low carb raspberry cheesecake and it looks to die for. I really want to try this one out. It also looks super cute in the mason jars. Everyone loves a dessert they don’t have to share!

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Wholesome Yum has me salivating over this low carb Taco Salad. Just look at all of those ingredients… yum is right! They say this is made with 10 ingredients, but you can add a few or take away a few depending on your family’s likes and dislikes. I love how colorful it is!

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These Baked Chicken Tenders are at the top of my to-do list. The Chunky Chef uses absolutely no breading, just spices and she even gets her kids in on the fun to make this dish. I can’t wait to try it! You need to read the story behind this one, too. A good read.

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These Buffalo Zucchini Boats by the Wholesome Chef look so yummy and also so fun. Who doesn’t like to eat food from a boat?

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Ready for another cool zucchini recipe? Peas and Crayons has revamped the Hasselback Potato recipe to a Cheesy Zucchini Hasselback Pizza. How cool, and yummy is this? I am drooling this looks so good!

Low Carb seriously never tasted so good. These cauliflower breadsticks taste amazing. I kid you not friends, these breadsticks are so yummy. So very good.

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Now Pick your chin off the ground…. Joy Filled Eats has the most amazing low carb recipe for white chocolate peanut butter cheesecake. Oh my goodness it looks amazing. Yum oh heavenly yum! Did you hear the combo here? White chocolate, peanut butter, cheesecake and it is a healthier version for me? I’m sold!

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This slow cooker chicken bacon chowder by Peace Love and Low Carb is certainly not lacking in the flavor department. Just look at all of that glorious bacon. I’ll gladly sacrifice carbs for bacon any day.

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Home Made Interest knows how to take an ordinary taco and make a delicious low carb treat. Make a shell out of cheese. Genius!

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Kraft shared this delicious Low Carb Mexican Beef and Rice Casserole and for those of you who love an easy casserole this one is for you (and me!).

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Buns in My Oven shares this Low Carb and Gluten Free Buffalo Chicken Meatball Recipe. These look so good and my kids love meatballs.

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Kalyns Kitchen has an amazing low carb sriracha beef lettuce wraps. If you like a little heat, you will love these and they can be made in just a few minutes.

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Step Away from the Carbs has a really simple, but totally delicious One Pan Sausage and Shrimp Bake.

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How yummy do these key lime pie bites look from Beauty and the Foodie. They are low carb, paleo, gluten free and very tasty. My kind of combo!

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Now this recipe looks so fun and delish. These baked eggs in ham cups by Oh Snap Let’s Eat would be so good for breakfast and extra fancy for brunch!

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My Montana Kitchen proves to the world that kid’s favorite food, pigs in a blanket can even be made in a low carb gluten free manner. You need to check out what she used!

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Mostly Homemade Mom came up with the idea for a low carb eggroll in a bowl. Such a great idea and she even includes a video to show you how to make it!

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Ready for a dinner the whole family will love? Low Carb Yum shares this recipe for a Low Carb Version of Cheeseburger Casserole that looks like a home run. I think my kids would really love this one. How about you?

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What do you think? Do you think you could start the new year off right with some of these low carb recipes? They all look amazing and a healthier version of some of my favorite recipes are at least worth a try, although I have a feeling I’m going to love them. I hope that you guys have found a few to try out. The desserts look amazing and most of the recipes are totally kid friendly meals that the entire family will enjoy. Enjoy!

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What is the most filling low-carb food? ›

36 tasty, low-carb foods that will keep you full and satisfied
  • Avocado. A whole avocado has about 15 grams of carbs, but you're unlikely to eat the entire thing in one sitting, so it's more realistic that you'll get 4 or 5 carbs in one meal or snack. ...
  • Broccoli. ...
  • Coconut oil. ...
  • Eggplant. ...
  • Eggs. ...
  • Grapefruit. ...
  • Greek yogurt. ...
  • Green beans.
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What is the secret to a low carb diet? ›

Low-Carb Basics

Protein (chicken, fish, seafood, beef, eggs) and fats (butter, oil) do not contain carbs. Keep whole grains, dairy (like plain yogurt and milk), fruit and veggies in your diet. "Whole grains, fruit and vegetables provide fiber, which can keep you satiated and may help lower cholesterol," says Gorin.

What foods to avoid on low carb diet? ›

On a low carb diet, foods to avoid would include bread, pasta, potatoes, and other starchy vegetables, grains such as rice and corn, oatmeal, beans and lentils, milk, sugar, sweets such as cookies, candy and ice cream, beer, soda, and higher carb fruits like bananas, grapes, and apples.

What vegetables have no carbs? ›

Green leafy vegetables such as spinach, celery, iceberg lettuce, cucumber, and tomatoes contain very few or almost no carbohydrates.

What is the number 1 worst carb? ›

1. Sugary Foods. Most people already think of many of the foods in this category as unhealthy treats. Candy, soft drinks, and sweet desserts such as cake, chocolate, and ice cream are all expected entries on a list of carbs to avoid to lose weight.

What happens if you eat no carbs for a month? ›

Severe carb limits can cause your body to break down fat into ketones for energy. This is called ketosis. Ketosis can cause side effects such as bad breath, headache, fatigue and weakness.

How much weight can you lose in a week on a low-carb diet? ›

If a person follows the 75% fat /20% carb/5% fat keto diet, average results may look like this: Weeks 1–2: rapid weight reduction phase due to water loss – up to ten pounds. Weeks 2–4: standard weight reduction – between one and two pounds per week. After the first month – slow weight loss – around one pound per week.

How much weight can you lose in 2 weeks without carbs? ›

The amount of weight you can lose on a low-carb diet in 2 weeks can vary widely depending on factors such as your starting weight, adherence to the diet, and individual metabolism. Some individuals have reported losing up to 10 pounds or more in two weeks, while others may experience less dramatic results.

How many carbs a day for weight loss? ›

Experts say you should aim to burn 500 calories more than what you eat each day. As far as how many carbohydrates to eat, Pratt says 100 to 150 grams of carbohydrates is safe for most people who are trying to lose weight. It may be better for some people to eat carbs consistently throughout the day.

What are 4 bad carb foods? ›

Carbs to Avoid, Plus Better Bets
  • Sugary drinks, sodas, and fruit juices. These often have added sugar. ...
  • White bread. Simply substitute your normal sandwich bread for a whole grain or whole wheat option.
  • Pasta. ...
  • French fries and potato chips. ...
  • Cookies, cakes, and pastries. ...
  • Candy, chocolate, and ice cream.
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What are the 10 lowest carb vegetables? ›

Our top 20 best low-carb vegetables
  • Watercress – 0.1g. ...
  • Rocket – 0.1g. ...
  • Button mushrooms – 0.3g. ...
  • Curly kale – 1.4g. ...
  • Lettuce – 1.4g. ...
  • Celery – 1.4g. ...
  • Radish – 1.4g. ...
  • Spinach – 1.6g.
Jun 24, 2020

What fruit has the least amount of sugar and carbs? ›

Which fruit has the least amount of sugar? Tomato is the fruit with the least amount of sugar, with 2.6 grams of sugar per 100 grams and 3.9 grams of total carbs per 100 grams. As with carb content, watermelon comes in second, with just 6 grams of sugar and 7.5 grams of total carbs per serving.

What is the most filling carb? ›

In the original satiety index study, boiled or baked potatoes had the highest score of 323.

What foods keep you full for longer? ›

High-fiber foods not only provide volume but also take longer to digest, making you feel full longer on fewer calories. Vegetables, fruits and whole grains all contain fiber. Popcorn is a good example of a high-volume, low-calorie whole grain.


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