Five delicious keto dinners and a low-carb meal prep breakfast recipe are ready for you in this week’s Easy Keto Meal Plan! Use the printable grocery list and meal prep tips for a simple week on keto!
As always, this weekly keto meal plan includes 5 easy keto dinners, and I’ve included side suggestions to make each meal go a bit further. I included a meal prep dessert to help start you tackle the sweet tooth without derailing your progress, too!
I’m making keto as easy as possible… Just download the grocery list for all the ingredients you need for these dinners and the bonus recipe! Click through to each individual recipe for a printable recipe card with net carbs and macros, then scroll to the bottom of this post for keto meal prep tips and a printable meal plan + grocery list.
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Monday: Keto Sesame Pork and Green Beans
This Sesame Pork and Green Bean dish is so tasty and quick to come together! This recipe makes 4 servings at 5.1 net carbs each. Side suggestion: Cauliflower Rice – 4.1 net carbs, 4 servings; I would skip the cilantro in this recipe and instead drizzle some more of the amazing sauce from the sesame pork!
This Chicken Broccoli Casserole is the perfect keto comfort food! This recipe makes 6 servings at 5.5 net carbs. It does use a bit of cornstarch to thicken it, but the it comes to 4.5 net carbs if you choose to make it without. Side suggestion: Keto Bacon Cheddar Chive Biscuits – 12 LARGE biscuits, 4.1 net carbs; These are easy to meal prep, freeze, then reheat for any dinner or breakfast!
This easy one pan Philly Cheesesteak dish is ready in under 30 minutes with very little effort! This recipe makes 4 servings at 4.2 net carbs each. Side suggestion: Keto Bacon Cheddar Chive Biscuits (linked with Wednesday’s meal). This dish doesn’t really need a side, but the garlicky biscuit complements the cheesesteak flavors perfectly!
Thursday: Easy Chopped Thai Chicken Salad
This Easy Chopped Thai Chicken Salad is perfect for meal prepping! This recipe makes 4 servings at 3.1 net carbs each. Side suggestion: Easy Keto Fries – 6.1 net carbs, 4 servings; These fries are made from rutabaga and get perfectly crispy on the outside and tender on the inside!
This Shrimp Alfredo is so simple, delicious, and easy to put together. This recipe makes 4 servings, just 2 net carbs each! Side suggestion: Air Fryer Broccoli – 3.1 net carbs, 4 servings; this broccoli is amazing with the sauce and takes just 8 minutes to cook. This makes this a super healthy, quick meal!
This Low Carb Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge is easy to make ahead and store in the freezer! Each piece is just 2.2 net carbs and works well as a fat bomb when you need to meet your macros! You can make this using brown sugar Swerve, golden monkfruit, or even sugar-free maple syrup.
Keto Meal Prep Tips
The delicious sauce makes this a great option for meal prepping. You can make the dish up to 4 days ahead of time, just make sure to not overcook the pork. To reheat, you could microwave single servings or warm the entire dish in a pan on the stove or in a baking dish in the oven.
This casserole can easily be made up to 4 days ahead of time and stored in the fridge. You can reheat single servings in the microwave (super easy lunch idea), or reheat the entire dish covered in the oven.
Easy meal prep recipe for sure! You can make this up to 4 days ahead of time and store in the fridge. Microwave small servings or reheat the entire meal in a pan on the stove (add a teaspoon of water and cover) or in the oven.
This is perfect for meal prepping! You can easily make the peanut sauce up to 2 weeks ahead of time and mix up the chicken salad up to 4 days ahead of time. Keep in an airtight container in the fridge until ready to serve, then spoon into lettuce cups.
Like most seafood, I don’t meal prep this. However, you could easily make the sauce ahead of time, then warm it up and add the shrimp when you’re ready to eat! If you do decide to make the entire dish ahead of time (or have leftovers), just store it in the fridge and reheat slowly to prevent the shrimp from overcooking. I recommend microwaving at 50% power or warming on low heat in a skillet on the stove.