Keto meal plan: Chicken appreciation week

Keto meal-plan – Chicken

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Do you love chicken? Well, now we have the meal plan just for you. Crispy chicken wings, tacos, quesadillas, Indian butter-chicken, Italian Parmesan chicken – even a pizza crust made of chicken.

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Keto: Chicken appreciation week

Is chicken your favorite meat? Well, we’ve got the meal plan just for you. Get ready for crispy chicken wings, quesadillas, tacos, Italian-flavored casseroles, and Indian butter chicken. We even have a pizza crust made of ground chicken. And no chicken meal plan is complete without eggs, right? They’re the perfect way to kick off your keto day. With choices like this, there’s no risk you’ll ever get bored.

For extra variation, though, we did provide a couple of vegetarian meals. And, if you want, you can replace the ground chicken, breast, or thighs with turkey or any other meat of preference.

This meal plan is ketogenic and will keep you below 19 net carbs per day.

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