Last Updated on October 15, 2020 by Latrice
What makes these recipes ideal for weight loss is they’re low-carb, high-fat, dairy-free, gluten-free, won’t raise your insulin high, and should keep you satisfied until your next meal.
And if you’re ready to try new dishes without complicating your routine, and compromising your weight loss progress, this list might have some goodies for you.
I’ve also included calories and macro info so you can quickly scroll through and find something closer to your macro needs.
Below are 10 really tasty keto recipes that make great weight loss dinners.
Mediterranean Zucchini Noodle Pasta – Low Carb, Gluten-Free, Primal
Per serving – 231 calories; 20 g Fat; 6.5 g Protein; 6.5 g Carbs
A super flavorful and simple recipe that’ll fulfill your taste for something pasta-ish. The recipe does include Parmesan and feta cheese. Remove to keep it dairy-free and I’m sure it’ll still be scrumptious.
Check out: Mediterranean Zucchini Noodle Pasta
Easy Keto Swedish Meatballs
Per serving (3 meatballs) – 544 calories; 46 g Fat; 28 g Protein; 1 g Carbs
Inspired by Ikea’s Swedish meatballs, this recipe is said to be just as good but without all the carbs. What I like is it includes a sauce and cauliflower mash.
The recipe does include dairy, but I believe you might be able to get away with substituting the cream for full-fat coconut milk or coconut cream.
But, heads up, if you do sub with the coconut milk or cream, you might add a coconut taste to your Swedish meatballs.
Check out: Easy Keto Swedish Meatballs
Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya Recipe
Per serving – 238 calories; 21 g Fat; 5 g Protein; 1.5 g Carbs (net)
Missing jambalaya and rice? Give this easy recipe a try. Thanks to cauliflower rice, this soulful dish can make its way back onto the keto menu.
Check out: Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya Recipe
Sesame Almond Zoodle Bowl
Per serving – 238 calories; 16 g Fat; 8.43 g Protein; 11.9 g Carbs
Ruled.me has PLENTY of delicious recipes. Many of them include dairy (cheese), but you can also find some great recipes that are dairy-free. Like this good looking Sesame Almond Zoodle Bowl.
Couple this recipe with some beef or chicken for more protein and you’ll be good to go although it’s also super good alone, I’m sure.
Check out: Sesame Almond Zoodle Bowl
Keto Grilled Chicken & Peanut Sauce
Per service (1 chicken thigh & 2 tbsp of sauce) – 492 calories; 33 g Fat; 41 g Protein; 3 g Carbs
Summer starts this week! This is a ready for the summer type of recipe right here. Fresh, crispy red cabbage salad with warm grilled chicken and a peanut sauce sounds like BBQ party tastiness. Get into it.
Check it out: Keto Grilled Chicken & Peanut Sauce
Keto Slow-Cooker Beef & Broccoli
Per serving – 430 calories; 19 g Fat; 54 g Protein; 3 g Carbs (net)
Got a taste for some Chinese food, but don’t want the added sugars, bad fats, MSG, and whatever else might be added to Chinese food these days?
Give this Keto Slow-Cooker Beef & Broccoli recipe from WickedStuffed.com a try. You can get this recipe started in the morning and have it ready for you by lunch.
Check out: Keto Slow-Cooker Beef & Broccoli
Easy Low-Carb Chicken Stir-Fry
Per serving – 396 calories; 26.9 g Fat; 27.6 g Protein; 11.1 g Carbs
Quick and simple one-pan dinners are the best when it’s the end of the day, you’re ready to eat, and you don’t want to put a lot of energy into making dinner.
This Easy Low-Carb Chicken Stir Fry from KetoDietApp.com is quick, easy, includes fresh vegetables, and is straight to the point.
Check it out: Easy Low-Carb Chicken Stir Fry
Paleo Beef with Broccoli
Per serving – 273 calories; 17 g Fat; 24 g Protein; 3 g Carbs
Dinner in under 30 minutes? Yes ma’am! If you’re not feeling the slow-cooker beef and broccoli recipe above, this is another healthy take on the tasty, classic combo.
ChihYu of IHeartUmami.com shows how quick and easy this recipe can be put together in a helpful video.
With this Paleo Beef and Broccoli recipe you can get in, cook, and get back to the summer fun.
Check it out: Paleo Beef with Broccoli
Keto Pork Chops al Pastor
Per serving (1 pork chop, 2 tbsp butter) – 495 calories; 47 g Fat; 25 g Protein; 1 g Carb
Need a good pork chop recipe in your life? How about topping that pork chop with a butter loaded with fresh herbs, red onions, and chopped pineapple?
And don’t worry about the pineapple. It’s not enough to kick you out of your keto stride.
Another delicious recipe out of IBreathImHungry.com. They have a load of goodies over there. This is one of their latest.
For sides, I’m thinking cauliflower mash, a green salad, or a raw kale salad.
Check it out: Keto Pork Chops al Pastor
Keto Shrimp Scampi
Per serving – 366 calories; 15 g Fat; 49 g Protein; 7 g Carbs
Since going paleo 5 years ago, I haven’t had a good shrimp scampi in a while. This shrimp scampi calls for summer squash noodles and tips on how to make them.
Now, there are stores that sell spiralized vegetables so all you’ll need to do is grab a box instead of a spiralizer. Unless you’d rather make your own.
Shrimp tossed in white wine or chicken broth coupled with butter over summer squash noodles? Um, yum!
Another tasty one from ketogasm.com.
Check it out: Keto Shrimp Scampi