Starting a new diet can seem overwhelming, even if it’s as healthy as a ketogenic diet. But thankfully, there are lots of ways to make the keto diet easy—starting with simple keto meals—and we’re here to help!
These super simple meals have minimal ingredients and take less than 30 minutes (some much less than that). And oh yeah—they’re delicious and satisfying too!
Many Keto Zoners keep breakfast super simple with just some Keto Coffee (or Keto Coconut Breakfast Chai if you don’t like coffee). Either can keep you full for hours!
But if you want more of a “normal” breakfast, easy ideas include:
Also, see this post for easy keto snack ideas that can double as breakfast or snacks.
Keto lunches and dinners are easily interchangeable—and you can even save time by having lunch leftovers for dinner later, or vise versa.
Simple keto lunch or dinner ideas include:
Check out Dr. Colbert’s Keto Zone Diet book or our recipe archive for more simple keto recipes to keep you in the Keto Zone!
Simple meal prep on a weekend or less-busy day can also help reduce stress or overwhelm. For example, try cutting up extra veggies or making soups or salads that will last a few days.
Instant Pots and pressure cookers can be great easy keto meal tools too. Google or check Pinterest for keto recipes you can make in them to save time and have something ready quickly for dinnertime.
Also, keep in mind the longer you follow the Keto Zone diet, the easier it becomes. Use these simple keto meals for inspiration, stick with it, and you’ll be surprised how amazing the results can be!
Thak you Dr.Colbert
I am so glad my daughter bought me your new book.. I have only been on the diet for 3 days and I can honestly tell you I have not felt this GOOD for along TIME…. I am very excited!!! I would like to loose a 100 LBS. and I know I can do this. I really like the food and it has changed my mood and also has giving me a lot of energy. I am so HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY :0)
Need dinner recipes and snacks!!!
Deli meat and full fat ranch dressing?
I thought those were a no-no, because of nitrates and soy in the dressing…?