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I'm looking for 10 super simple keto diet recipes

Does anyone have any low carb, but specifically keto diet (low carb, high fat), recipe favorites they can share?

I'm looking for 10 (or so) very simple, but tasty options that will allow me to mix it up while not having to prepare a meal for 30+ minutes at a time. Even if you've made it up, the meal title, plus a few preparation steps in the comments would be awesome. Links to other sites also welcome.

Ideally, any lunch options would be something I could pop out to the grocery store on my lunch break and prepare quickly and any dinner options would be less than 20 minutes.

For a bit of background on the ketogenic diet see this PDF: coc.unm.edu/common/pdf/Keto...

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Hi Joel,

I am wondering if you know about the Low carb, high fat community, as they will probably have more recipes they could share with you in that community?

Here is a link, and I hope that is helpful:


Zest :-)

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I eat a daily meal of 300-400mls of whole fat kefir with a heaped tablespoon each of linseeds & chia seeds, & about 75g of brazils, almonds & walnuts. It's about 1,200 calories with 20g of protein. I eat fresh & dried fruit with it too, but that might not fit in with your diet.

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Are you still there? Do you still want recipes? I eat keto every day...got some quick ones. :o)

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Yes, please!


OK! I'll post as I think of them, cause that's all I eat and I'm often too lazy to cook. But here's one right away: I split a Haas avocado in half, fill with kimchi (do you like kimchi? It's really good for you, probiotic-wise) and pour olive oil over the whole thing. Sometimes I add a little cider vinegar if the kimchee isn't sour enough on its own.

Really, if you are at work, just a couple avocados? Big cup of coffee w heavy cream?

Here's another: when you have time, bake yourself a big batch of keto bread. (You have any recipes for that? There are loads on the Internet and they are really pretty decent. I'll send you if you need) You can pre slice and store in the freezer. So, NOW, you can make a sandwich! Almond butter! BLT! Cheese!

Last: this one needed cooking, but was good and pretty quick. Don't know where you live or what you have access to or like!? But, Palak Paneer?

I got a package (1lb) of indian paneer (cheese)...at Costco! Cut easily in little squares. Sautéed in generous butter, like at least 1/2 stick, till golden. Added a couple diced garlic cloves, about a tsp of ginger, a half tsp of garam masala (u could use curry powder). Added 2 packages of frozen spinach (u gotta thaw and squeeze it first or it's watery) and then a small can of diced tomato and about 3/4 c heavy cream.

Options: make w/chicken breast. (or both!) Sauté a small chopped red onion along w/paneer--I did, but chopping takes time :o)

Im thinking of more...


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