Low-carb recipes

Whether you’re looking for strict keto, moderate or liberal low-carb recipes, here you have over 600 delicious low-carb recipes to choose from. Search for an ingredient or dish type, or dig into our selections below for inspiration.

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Low-carb recipes you’ll fall in love with this autumn

We might have waved goodbye to summer but luckily there’s an exciting new season coming up. It’s time to stock up on the season’s best ingredients full of brilliant colors and inspiring flavors. Here are some of our chill-weather favorites that will certainly keep you satisfied and warm you up, inside and out!

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About our recipes

All our recipes are low carb, gluten-free and free from artificial sweeteners. They contain nutritional information (per serving) and you can print them easily. You can read our full food policy here: The Diet Doctor food policy. If you have questions regarding our recipes, please see our recipe FAQ page.

Each recipe has a unique colored circle, showing the number of net carbs it contains per serving.1 The colors are based on how strictly low carb they are:

  • Green (ketogenic low carb)
  • Yellow (moderate low carb)
  • Orange (liberal low carb)

This will help you pick the best recipes according to your diet and also help you calculate the intake of carbs.2 Take a look at the examples below.

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  1. Net carbs = digestible carbs, i.e. total carbs minus fiber.

  2. The fewer carbs you eat, the stronger the effect will be on weight loss and type 2 diabetes reversal, etc.