It’s the low-carb, high-fat diet that’s taken the world (and the internet) by storm. Here we chart our top 40 keto-friendly recipes that’ll have you in ketosis before you know it. See here for more on the keto diet, including its benefits and risks, and always speak to your general practitioner before making any changes in your diet.
The low-carb cauliflower pizza you need tonight
Never let anyone tell you that you can’t have pizza on a Monday thanks to this healthy, low-carb version that utilises the power of cauliflower to create the perfect pizza base.
We went and created the ultimate keto cheeseburger (thank us later)
We’re fairly certain that this is so good, it may even break the internet.
The healthy, low-carb butter chicken salad
There’s nothing quite like butter chicken – fragrant, spicy, warming and downright comforting. That’s why we put it to our food team to come up with a healthy, low-carb version that tastes just as good without blowing your healthy eating streak.
Ras el hanout, yoghurt and lime grilled chicken
Tom Walton’s Middle Eastern grilled chicken is perfect for any ultimate weekend feast.
Japanese kingfish lettuce cups
“Kingfish doesn’t dry out when minced,” says Shannon Bennett. Make it the star ingredient in these healthy, bite-sized lettuce cups.
Colin Fassnidge’s prawn and herb omelette is the weeknight saviour we’ve been looking for
“Leftover barbecue chicken would also work well in place of the prawns” – Colin Fassnidge.
Goat’s cheese and vegetable frittata with tomato salad
“Smuggle vegetables into the lunchbox with this frittata packed with broccolini, peas and zucchini, and rounded off with goat’s cheese” – Silvia Colloca.
T-bone steaks with asian-style mushrooms
“This dressing is so easy and tasty. Make extra for another use; it will keep in the fridge for up to two weeks” – Hayden Quinn.
Steak with porcini butter and charred onion
An excellent source of high-quality protein and easily absorbed iron and zinc, this steak dish is the fix you need to keep up with your active lifestyle.
Vegetarian keto recipes
Whether you’re a full-time vegetarian, not in the mood for meat or getting ready for Meatless Monday, we’ve got some excellent options for you and your family.
Keto doesn’t have to mean carnivore. We offer plenty of vegetarian choices, enjoyed by dedicated low-carb vegetarians and meat eaters who like to mix it up.
If you choose a so called lacto-ovo vegetarian way of eating, low carb will work like a charm, providing all the nutrients you need. Lacto-ovo means avoiding meat, poultry and fish and eating vegetables, nuts, eggs and dairy.
Check out our guide on how to follow a healthy vegetarian keto diet.
So, what vegetables are to be preferred on a keto diet? A rule of thumb is to avoid what is growing under ground and eat what grows above (read more about carbs in different vegetables). Picking what’s in season is often the best option for many reasons. It’s easier to find organically and locally grown produce and they’re often more affordable.