Santa Claus is comin’ to town and so are all of your relatives, meaning you have a lot of cooking to do. Coming up with Christmas dinner ideas that will satisfy both the keto dieters and those who haven’t gone low-carb can be tricky, but we’ve got you covered.
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Keto Meal Prep: Foods to Eat and Avoid on Keto
On keto, follow the saying, “Cook once, eat twice.” Meal prepping helps save time, money, and energy. Set aside one day per week to make your meals in advance. Having prepared meals stocked in your fridge will prevent you from grabbing carb-heavy snacks or takeout. Read on for some tips on how to build a keto diet plan.
Eat Whole Foods: Keto-Approved Grocery List
When you hit the grocery store for the first time, stick to the basics. Focus on low-carb foods including meat, vegetables, and cooking fats, avoiding products advertised as keto muffins or keto ice cream.
Use These Recipes in Your Easy Keto Meal Plan
You don’t need to be a chef to be a low-carb maven. There are plenty of low-carb recipes that require few ingredients and even less prep time. If you lead a hectic lifestyle, use the 25 recipes above to create a weekly rotation that works for your family and schedule. Plus, it’s much healthier than takeout.
With a little preparation, a lot of patience, and some help with online resources, you can prepare nutritious, quick meals for you and your family. Browse the extensive database of keto recipes on this website for more easy keto meal plan inspiration.
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