Meal Plans

Hey guys! I know it can the tough to try and figure out what to eat when you’re first starting out on a low carb or ketogenic diet so I’ve put together a quick meal plan for 1 week to get you started. Of course all of the vegetable or salad choices should be keto friendly and you can always swap veggies for salad or vice versa if you want.

If you’re trying intermittent fasting I usually skip breakfast as it’s the easiest meal for me to miss, but you can customise this to your schedule and skip whichever meal suits you best.


Breakfast: Keto Lemon & Blueberry Muffins

Lunch: Keto Bagels Filled with Cream Cheese and Smoked Salmon

Dinner: Lamb Mince Stuffed Peppers with Roasted Vegetables


Breakfast: Sausages and Fried Eggs

Lunch: Tuna and Cucumber Sandwiches using Keto Bread

Dinner: Pan Fried Salmon Fillet Topped with Onions, Spices and Herbs with Pan Fried Vegetables


Breakfast: Toasted Bagels with Cheese using Mozzarella Dough

Lunch: Grilled Chicken with Chargrilled Vegetables

Dinner: Mixed Vegetable Meatloaf with Your Choice of Oven Roasted Vegetables


Breakfast: Cheese and Bacon Omelette

Lunch: Keto Toad in the Hole

Dinner: Cauliflower or Broccoli Rice with Chicken and Vegetables in Broth


Breakfast: Toasted Keto Bread with Peanut Butter

Lunch: Fried Chicken Coated in Almond Flour with Salad Drizzled in Olive Oil

Dinner: Pizza using Mozzarella Dough and Low Carb Toppings


Breakfast: Keto Pancakes (These are my new favourite Saturday morning treat!)

Lunch: Spaghetti Bolognese with Bare Naked Noodles (Low carb noodles that are great)

Dinner: Oven Roasted Chicken on a Bed of Mixed Vegetables


Breakfast: Fried Eggs, Bacon & Brussel Sprouts (Don’t knock it till you try it!)

Lunch: Garlic Dough Balls using Mozzarella Dough

Dinner: Burgers Topped with Onions, Cheese & Homemade Ketchup using Cloud Bread if you want Buns

So there you have it guys a weeks worth of meal ideas to get you started. If your still struggling or want full recipes for any of the ideas above get in touch.

Obviously you don’t have to make a fresh dish for each meal, I often cook in batches and have dinner leftovers as lunch to save on time!



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