Low-carb and keto recipes for cheese lovers

Low-carb and keto recipes for cheese lovers

Cheese is a wonderful ingredient that adds both flavor and a nice texture to your cooking. If you’re not sensitive to dairy, cheese has a given place in the low-carb kitchen. It makes low carb more simple, and more pleasurable.

Cream cheese is great for thickening sauces where you would traditionally use flour. Baked cheese chips is a flavorful and crispy snack that’s way better for you than traditional potato chips. And shredded cheese mixed with eggs makes for a delicious and simple pizza crust.

There are many different kinds of cheese to choose from depending on what you like and what a recipe calls for. Try experimenting with a cheese you’ve never used before, maybe you haven’t even discovered your true favorite yet.

What’s your favorite cheese and how do you like to serve it? Please tell us in the comments below. But first, here are all of our recipes for low-carb and keto cheese lovers.

Breakfast and brunch

A cheesy breakfast or brunch is the ultimate morning treat. You’ll be satiated and ready to take on the day. Start your morning off right with these delicious low-carb and keto breakfasts that’ll work for the busiest of mornings.

Appetizers and snacks

Whether you’re an experienced party-planner or just like an occasional get-together, we have the perfect party-ready cheesy appetizers. Because sometimes a small bite can go a long way. Serve these delicious bites that will get everyone excited for the main meal!

Side dishes

No matter what you’re making, a delectable side dish can be just the perfect accompaniment to your next meal. It couldn’t be easier to whip up these versatile sides that have at least one thing in common: cheese!

Meals

Meal prep is not a problem anymore with our mouthwatering cheesy recipes. From quick weeknight meals to festive treats, these foolproof recipes will bring all your friends and family to the table.
For even more ideas on what to eat, check out all of our low-carb recipes

13 comments

  1. Jim Browning
    i love a good (and sharp) aged Cheddar: also Parmegiana Reggiano. in other words, i want some bold flavor; not something to merely "fill in". Even if combined in a dish, a cheese must have the ability to stand on its own. Taste it on its own, and you should say "wow, I want more of that!"
  2. Babbaabby
    Fave is St Andre's, but I agree with Jim; a strong aged cheddar is hard to beat!!
  3. Adina
    I love feta cheese, halloumi, manouri greek cheese, mozarella and blue cheese.
  4. Adina
    I would like to know how much feta cheese I can eat per day, not to exceed 20 grams of carbs. Thank you!
    Reply: #8
  5. Adina
    Congratulations for the great idea of posting Low-carb and keto recipes for cheese lovers! Thank you!
  6. Jill
    I miss a grilled cheese and tuna has anyone tried a grilled haloumi cheese with tuna - using the cheese as the bread?
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  8. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    I would like to know how much feta cheese I can eat per day, not to exceed 20 grams of carbs. Thank you!

    That is going to depend on your brand of feta. Check the nutrition label on your feta cheese.

  9. Renee
    I like a sharp cheddar too. I've recently discovered a zero carb mascarpone that I would like to be able to find more recipes for. It's got "fat bomb" nutritional info and is rather bland so it should work in quite a few keto recipes.
  10. Ernestine
    Wonderful recipes. Thank You Thank You
  11. Jean
    Wesnsleydale with cranberries is better than cheesecake!
  12. beverly
    This posting is my dream of heaven! I've always loved cheese. Wonderful recipes!
  13. Rose M.
    The Keto taco shells are better than corn tortillas! I never thought I would find anything to replace them. Giving them up was the hardest thing for me to do. Being Hispanic and growing up eating homemade tortillas all my life was pretty difficult. I preferred corn torts over the flour torts, so when I found this recipe on DD I didn’t think they could possibly be as good.! But OMG!!! They make the best Tacos in the world! Thanks DD😘
  14. Richard
    Most of these meals have cheese as a major ingredient or something with cheese. i am not a big fan of cheese. Also I noticed a lack of meats other than turkey or chicken. Most of these dishes are vegetarian or even vegan. What about beef, deer, and other meats and fowl.
    What is wrong with a beef brisket and some cabbage? What about fish? I hop you get my point.

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