13+ Easy Keto Recipes

1- Denver Omelet Salad

I love this recipe—it’s not your typical breakfast, but it has all the right elements: easy, healthy and fast. Turn your favorite omelet ingredients into a morning salad! —Pauline Custer, Duluth, Minnesota

2- Keto Stuffed Cabbage

This one is a game changer.

3- Keto Mac & Cheese

All the goodness of mac & cheese, without the guilt.

4- Keto Fried Chicken

Fried chicken, without the guilt.

5- Keto Broccoli Salad

I’ll eat any salad with cheese and bacon.

6- Cheesy Bacon Ranch Chicken

All your favorite things wrapped into one skillet dinner.


These avocado baked eggs are an easy low carb breakfast that you can meal prep for the whole week!


Got leftover salmon? Make this protein-packed Dill Salmon Eggs Scramble that’s made with just a few ingredients and delicious seasonal flavors!


Make this Lemon Butter Pan Seared Salmon with 5 ingredients and in 20 minutes or less. Not only that, salmon is healthy and you can’t feel bad eating something this good. Enjoy!

10- Chicken & Goat Cheese Skillet

My husband was completely bowled over by this on-a-whim skillet meal. I can’t wait to make it again very soon! —Ericka Barber, Eureka, California

11- Carrot and Kale Vegetable Saute

Thanks to fresh veggie dishes like this one, I almost forget I’m wheat- and gluten-free. Bacon adds another layer of flavor and depth to this gorgeous side dish. —Darla Andrews, Schertz, Texas

12- Herbed Balsamic Chicken

Our kitchen is tiny and cramped, so we try to grill simple (but tasty) meals outside as often as possible during the summer months. Dried herbs work as well, but during the summer use fresh herbs for the best taste. —Kelly Evans, Denton, Texas

13- Garlic-Dill Deviled Eggs

In my family, Easter isn’t complete without deviled eggs. Fresh dill and garlic perk up the flavor of these irresistible appetizers you’ll want to eat on every occasion. —Kami Horch, Calais, Maine

14- Naked Fish Tacos

This is one of my husband’s all-time favorite meals. I’ve even converted some friends to fish after eating this. I serve it with fresh melon when it’s in season to balance the subtle heat of the cabbage mixture. —Elizabeth Bramkamp, Gig Harbor, Washington

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