Low Carb 7 Day Meal Plan

Low Carb 7 Day Meal Plan (with breakfast, lunch, dinner & dessert recipe ebooks!) #keto #lowcarb #whole30 #paleo #loseweightfast #loseweighteasy

Low Carb 7 Day Meal Plan

Ditch. The. Carbs.

If you have been following me on Pinterest over the past 6 months, you’ll have noticed my latest obsession with a Keto diet. Keto is eating a low amount of carbs (typically between 20-40 net carbs)

When you consistently eat a limited amount of carbs, your body enters ketosis, a metabolic state in which your body uses ketones (from fat) as the main source of energy instead of glucose (from carbs).

When you cut carbs and eat more fat, your body will start to use the fat consumed as well as stored body fat as its main source of energy. You can read more on my Keto 101 blog post here.

Low Carb 7 Day Meal Plan (with breakfast, lunch, dinner & dessert recipe ebooks!) #keto #lowcarb #whole30 #paleo #loseweightfast #loseweighteasy

Weight Loss

From February to May of this year, I have lost 28 lbs thanks to Keto. Since May, I have successfully kept the weight off & have noticed that I am having an easier time sticking to a diet. Which is saying a lot since I survived a typically carb-fueled summer!

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120 Low-Carb Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Dessert!

I owe a lot of success to consistency which was helped by making sure I meal prepped weekly. I looked up recipes on Pinterest & finally broke down and bought e-books from a favorite website that had super easy to follow recipes (all only had 5 ingredients!) and that I knew were tested and worked with the keto diet. All recipes have 5 net grams of carbs or fewer, are easy to prep & taste great.

Low Carb 7 Day Meal Plan (with breakfast, lunch, dinner & dessert recipe ebooks!) #keto #lowcarb #whole30 #paleo #loseweightfast #loseweighteasy

Meal Plan

Here is what a typical 7-day meal plan looks for a keto, low carber:

Day 1

  • Breakfast: Avocado Cloud Toast
  • Lunch: Cheeseburger Burritos
  • Dinner: Rosemary Chicken & Mash
  • Dessert: Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies

Daily Carbs (net grams): 14

Day 2

  • Breakfast: Blueberry Almond Pancakes
  • Snack: Chips & Guac
  • Lunch: Meatball Parm
  • Dinner: Zesty Shrimp Skewers

Daily Carbs (net grams): 17

Day 3

  • Breakfast: Maple Pecan Porridge
  • Lunch: Taco Salad Bowl
  • Dinner: Sweet Pork Tenderloin
  • Dessert: Sugar-free Nutella

Daily Carbs (net grams): 15

Day 4

  • Breakfast: Chorizo Breakfast Bake
  • Lunch: Loaded Cobb Salad
  • Dinner: Tacos!
  • Dessert: Single Serve Cheesecake

Daily Carbs (net grams): 13

Day 5

  • Breakfast: Savory Bacon Pancakes
  • Lunch: Chicken Avo Salad
  • Dinner: Lemon Garlic Salmon
  • Dessert: Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Daily Carbs (net grams): 16

Day 6

  • Breakfast: Strawberries & Cream Shake
  • Lunch: Turkey Club Wraps
  • Dinner: Beef & Broccoli
  • Dessert: Peanut Butter Cups

Daily Carbs (net grams): 17

Day 7

  • Breakfast: Quiche & Hashbrowns
  • Lunch: Chicken Alfredo
  • Dinner: Mediterranean Lamb Burger
  • Dessert: Fudge Brownies

Daily Carbs (net grams): 17

Homemade Low Carb Nutella

Follow a similar weekly plan for 12 weeks and see the pounds absolutely melt off. With these recipes, you will lose weight fast & easy and not have to starve yourself to do it. ALL recipes listed above can be found in the awesome e-books below.

What’s great about the ebooks, and my favorite thing is that they are all about keeping it simple. I hate finding a recipe that has 30 ingredients that I never heard of and I have to invest in a ton of new stuff to make one recipe! All recipes in the ebooks are 5 ingredients. The recipes are simple to make but so so delicious and keep you full!

I purchased my bundle and I reference them all the time for recipes and inspiration. Check out the bundle, which includes the dessert ebook (you can get the dessert ebook here as well) or click on the individual ebook for more info!

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20 thoughts on “Low Carb 7 Day Meal Plan

  1. Hello! Any chance you can tell me how many of the recipes include almond flour? My husband isn’t allergic to tree nuts and it seems SO many recipes have almond flour 🙁 Thank you!!

    1. Hi Samantha! Oh no – I have noticed that a lot of recipes out there rely on almond flour! In the Breakfast & Dessert ebooks there are a total of 7 recipes. Some other recipes also call for almond milk as well. You can easily sub with coconut flour/ milk, flax seed meal or other low carb alternatives. Let me know if you have any other questions!

    1. Hi Gill, thank you so much! These books will definitely work in the UK! They are instant downloads sent to your email (ebooks) and all ingredients are normal, everyday low carb ingredients (think chicken, cheese, veggies, avocado, etc.). Some of the desserts do contain a low carb sweetener, but you can easily find it in stores or on Amazon. Let me know if you have any other questions!

    1. Hi Linda, good question! The ebooks are an instant download meaning you will get them immediately emailed to you. Once you get the email you can print them out yourself or even get them printed and bound like a cookbook at a Kinkos or other office store!

  2. So if buy the books seperately then I pay $29.97 but if I bundle I pay $34.97, is that because the dessert book is inicluded?

    1. Hi Linda, you are correct! If you buy the three books (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) you will pay $29.97. But if you buy the full bundle (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Dessert) you pay $34.97. Hope that helps!

  3. Sorry about this dumb question, but does net grams mean 17 grams or 17 total carbs? Since 1 carb equals 15 grams. Hope that makes sense!

    1. Hi Sue, not dumb at all! Net carbs is the amount of carbs you get when you subtract the amount of fiber in a food from the amount of carbs. So lets say you wanted to eat an apple that has 20 grams of carbs and 5 grams of fiber. You would subtract the 5 grams of fiber from the 20 grams of carbs and get 15 net carbs for that apple. So if you were tracking your amount of carbs for the day, you would track that apple as 15 grams of carbs. Hope that helps!

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