12 Delicious Meatless Keto Recipes
by Tiffany Walking Eagle | 2-minute read
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At first glance, it may seem like it’d be tough to do a vegetarian version of the Keto diet, since it seems so meat-centric. However, I did a little research when I was trying to reduce my meat intake, and I found plenty of meatless keto recipes to try! Whether you’re vegetarian or just trying to cut back on your meat intake, check out these mouth-watering, keto-friendly recipes.
These are a unique and savory twist on the traditional stuffed pepper. This recipe is super simple but certainly not lacking in the flavor department.
This meal is perfect if your craving some hearty Southern comfort food. The garlic and mushrooms add just the right amount of flavorful kick, while the butter and cheddar cheese make it creamy and oh-so-decadent.
Who doesn’t love a casserole you can just throw together and toss in the oven? This cheesy, veggie-filled bake is sure to satisfy.
I love cobb salad, and though this one’s meat-free, make no mistake: it’ll fill you up.
If you’re craving some soup for this crisp fall weather, this spicy curry soup is a great way to warm up.
This eggplant lasagna is perfect when you’re craving an Italian meal minus the carbs and meat.
Who says Keto dieters can’t partake in the aesthetic and delicious trend that is avocado toast?
Ooh, another great one for fall. This creamy, hearty soup is sure to please.
This recipe is great on its own, or turn it into a nourish bowl by adding lettuce, meatless crumbles/veggie pattie, cotija cheese, pico de gallo, and bell peppers. Get creative!
This spaghetti squash is loaded with umami and a great choice when you’re craving Asian food.
These are seriously so convenient when you need a quick and easy breakfast on the go. Make them ahead of time and pop them in the microwave for 20-30 seconds and presto! An healthy breakfast in no time flat.
Aside from being positively delicious, there’s something satisfying about eating this cheesy spaghetti squash meal right out of the squash “bowl." Plus, one less dish to wash. ;)