Low Carb Chipotle Chicken Lettuce Wraps– These low-carb chipotle chicken lettuce wraps are a satisfying lunch that won’t leave you feeling sluggish when you’re done. They’re loaded up with chicken that has just the right amount of heat, and the lettuce helps cool things off.
Classic Paleo Turkey Burgers– When you’re in the mood for a burger but want a break from the beef, go with our classic turkey burger and you won’t be disappointed. There’s sliced tomato and avocado to go along with it, and it’s resting on a bed of spinach for your veggie.
Paleo Eggplant and Zucchini Lasagna– A traditional lasagna is a carb bomb thanks to the thick lasagna noodles. Replace those with eggplant and zucchini and you sidestep a truckload of carbs but still get a great tasting lasagna. It’s seasoned just right with thyme and a bay leaf.
Low Carb Cauliflower Tabbouleh– Our cauliflower tabbouleh has far fewer carbs than a traditional tabbouleh, but much of the same ingredients are used. Swapping out the bulgur for cauliflower not only nets you fewer carbs but gives you a serving of cruciferous vegetable as well.
Seafood Alfredo with Zucchini Noodles– Order seafood alfredo from a restaurant and be prepared to leave with a food coma. Ours replaces all of that pasta with zucchini noodles so you’re getting a low-carb version that makes you feel light and energetic when you’re finished.
Deconstructed Beef Paleo Burritos– We took beef burritos back to the drawing board and took out anything that wasn’t Paleo. Without the wrapper there’s far fewer carbs and this meal ranks as a low-carb offering. You still get all of the flavors you love from classic burritos.
Spaghetti Squash Shrimp Scampi– Shrimp scampi is one of the tastier ways to prepare shrimp, but many traditional recipes have you placing them on a bed of pasta. We fixed that by preparing a nice bed of spaghetti squash in lieu of the noodles so you get protein and a vegetable.
Green Chile Chicken and Cauliflower Rice– Most chicken and rice dishes wouldn’t qualify as a low-carb meal, but ours is made with cauliflower rice so you don’t have to worry about the carbs from the rice. Instead you’ll get antioxidants from the cauliflower that have anti-cancer properties.
Yummy Paleo Pad Thai with Zucchini Noodles– Pad thai can be put on your low-carb menu thanks to the zucchini noodles taking the place of the usual rice noodles. You get to use your choice of protein, with chicken or shrimp being the go-to favorites, or make it without a meat and have a veggie Pad Thai.
Spicy Sausage Skillet with Zucchini Pasta– When you’re getting this much flavor you won’t even miss the carbs. Plenty of spicy sausage to enjoy in this one, with a base of zucchini pasta to back it up. Switching out high-carb pasta for low-carb veggie alternatives is a great trick to master.
Roasted Red Pepper Pesto with Zucchini Noodles– Here’s a pesto that ditches the traditional green color from basil and uses roasted red peppers instead. Make it a great low-carb vegetarian meal by placing it over zucchini noodles. Or make it meaty by adding grilled chicken or fish.
Paleo BLT Frittata– Low-carb breakfast ideas can be hard to come up with since there’s so much cereal and carb-laden options out there. Cook up this BLT frittata and you’re getting plenty of protein from eggs and bacon along with some fresh tomatoes and spinach.
Healthy Butternut Squash “Risotto”– Making risotto as a side dish is a no-go if you’re looking to keep carbs down. Try making our butternut squash alternative instead. It has the texture you love but is actually healthier than regular risotto thanks to the fiber and nutrients in butternut squash.
Sausage and Kale “Pasta” Casserole– You can forget about making most casseroles if you want to go low-carb because most of them will have some carby filler added. But our sausage and kale casserole takes out what would have been pasta and puts in spaghetti squash instead.
Paleo Shrimp Fried “Rice”– Thought you’d eaten your last fried rice? Think again! Our shrimp fried “rice” captures all the flavor you get from your local Chinese takeout restaurant but without any actual rice. Instead there’s cauliflower which works really well as a stand-in.
Paleo Cauliflower “Rice”– Rice makes a great side to so many different main dishes that it’s a shame to give it up with Paleo. Thankfully when you make it with cauliflower instead of rice you get a lot of the same taste and texture but you also get a veggie and far fewer carbs.
Paleo Eggs Benedict on Artichoke Hearts– A traditional Eggs Benedict would carb you up thanks to the English Muffin. Our version places the perfectly poached egg onto a bed of artichoke hearts so you’re getting fewer carbs but big flavor from the Hollandaise sauce.
Meatball Sandwich with Zucchini “Bread” & Coconut Curry Sauce– Most low-carb enthusiasts will put the kibosh on sandwiches because the bread has too many carbs. Our meatball sandwich removes the bread and replaces it with slices of zucchini so you can enjoy a sandwich without so many carbs.
Paleo Turkey Pesto Meatballs– You can now have spaghetti and meatballs again thanks to these Paleo turkey pesto meatballs on a pile of spaghetti squash. Not only do the pesto-infused meatball give you protein, but the spaghetti squash works in a vegetable.
Paleo “Spaghetti” with Meat Sauce– Spaghetti can be on the weekly menu line-up again with this special spaghetti squash version. There’s even a recipe for an accompanying meat sauce which you can make from ground beef or ground turkey, whichever you’re in the mood for.
Shrimp & Grits– Take this Southern delicatessen and make it Paleo friendly. You’ll also make it with far fewer carbs in it so it won’t slow you down in the morning. The grits are made from cauliflower so you can start your day with a vegetable serving in the books.
Eggplant Bolognese with Zucchini Noodles– You’ll be amazed at how much traditional bolognese flavor you can get without any high-carb items used, including pasta! Zucchini noodles fill in for the pasta, and eggplant works alongside beef to make this an extra filling meal filled with vegetables.
Paleo Breakfast Burritos– The trick to making breakfast burritos low-carb is to use absolutely no flour in the making of the tortilla. These tortillas are made simply from eggs and some ground flaxseed. These burritos will power you up for a great day ahead.
Spaghetti Squash Carbonara– It’s amazing how closely you can replicate this Italian dish once you replace the spaghetti noodles with spaghetti squash. The bacon gives it an unmistakable savory flavor, and we promise you won’t even miss the cheese.
Melt In Your Mouth Slow Cooker Beef Brisket– Beef brisket makes a great low-carb option as long as it hasn’t been simmering in a bunch of barbecue sauce. Our beef brisket is made in the slow cooker and kept low carb so you can enjoy it without worrying what you’re doing to your bottom line.
27 Low Carb Recipes– A ton of low-carb recipes for your browsing pleasure. Whenever you’re in the mood for a low-carb meal you’re sure to find one here. There’s enough recipes here to get you through at least a few weeks of low-carb Paleo eating.
12 Paleo Lettuce Wraps for a Low Carb Meal– When you need a light lunch or dinner lettuce wraps are the answer. They take different types of meats, pair them with just the right vegetables, and place them in a big leaf of lettuce so there’s very few carbs but tons of flavor and protein.
40 Paleo Meatloaf Recipes Without Breadcrumbs– You’ll never be in need of a meatloaf recipe again when you go with one of these Paleo meatloaf recipes. They’re all made according to Paleo standards so you won’t see anything in them that would boost your carb count.
9 Paleo Turkey Meatloaf Recipes– Turkey meatloaf is a tasty alternative to regular meatloaf made from beef. It still retains its low-carb status and provides a different flavor profile than beef. These meatloaf recipes use no breadcrumbs or anything else that might increase the carbs.