Weekly Keto Lunch Ideas make keto easier! Enjoy 5 low-carb lunches plus a bonus drink to keep you full and satisfied. Printable grocery list and meal prep tips included.
Struggling to find low-carb lunches for a keto diet? Here’s your solution. Each week check back for Weekly Keto Lunch Ideas, great for beginners! I’ll include 5 EASY low carb lunches with a printable grocery list every week. If you need help planning the rest of your meals for the day, check out these Weekly Keto Breakfast Ideas and the Easy Keto Meal Plan!
I focus on recipes that are easy to make using ingredients that are easy to find. Some of these are freezer-friendly meal prep recipes, and some are quick no-cook recipes you can whip up in the morning.
Monday-Friday Keto Lunch Ideas
Here are five low-carb lunches that would work with a keto diet! I’ll be honest — Because I’m not feeding a lot of mouths, I usually stick to 2-3 recipes, and then I repeat lunches in the week. If you’re planning for more people or if you just love variety, here are 5 days-worth of low-carb recipes that are perfect for lunch! Just scroll down to the bottom to download the grocery list.
Monday – Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Hot Pocket
This cheesy Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Hot Pocket is full of all your favorite flavors! This recipe makes 8 slices, just 3.1 net carbs each.
Breakfast Recommendation (from the Weekly Keto Breakfast Ideas) – Cream Cheese Chaffles, 1.3 net carbs each.
Dinner Recommendation (from the Easy Keto Meal Plan) – Easy Keto Chili, 8.5 net carbs
Tuesday – Pigs in a Blanket
These classic Pigs in a Blanket are made using a fathead dough to wrap around your favorite hotdogs! This recipe makes enough dough for 6 wraps, just 2.1 net carbs each. For the total lunch carb count, add the carbs from your preferred hotdog brand. If you’re following the Easy Keto Meal Plan and had chili last night, add it for chili cheese dogs!
Breakfast Recommendation (from the Weekly Keto Breakfast Ideas) – Chorizo Breakfast Scramble, 5 net carbs
Dinner Recommendation (from the Easy Keto Meal Plan) – Tuna Zoodle Casserole, 3.4 net carbs
Wednesday – Chicken Bacon Lettuce Wrap
Tender grilled chicken and crunchy bacon are wrapped up in a perfectly crisp lettuce wrap! This recipe makes 1 tasty wrap, just 1.7 net carbs.
Breakfast Recommendation (from the Weekly Keto Breakfast Ideas) – Three-Cheese Keto Biscuits, 2 net carbs each.
Dinner Recommendation (from the Easy Keto Meal Plan) – Sausage Green Bean Sheet Pan Dinner, 5.9 net carbs.
Thursday – Broccoli Salad with Bacon
Crunchy, full of texture, and exploding with flavor! This broccoli salad recipe makes 11 servings (4.2 net carbs each), so feel free to cut these ingredients in half and make a smaller salad if that’s best for you!
Breakfast Recommendation (from the Weekly Keto Breakfast Ideas) – Chorizo Sausage Balls, 1 net carb each
Dinner Recommendation (from the Easy Keto Meal Plan) – Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps, 3.4 net carbs
Friday – Chicken Pesto Stuffed Peppers
These tasty Chicken Pesto Stuffed Peppers are packed full of nutty, basil flavor! This recipe makes 4 servings, just 5.5 net carbs.
Breakfast Recommendation (from the Weekly Keto Breakfast Ideas) – Toasted Coconut Granola, 2.5 net carbs
Dinner Recommendation (from the Easy Keto Meal Plan) – Keto Shrimp and Grits, 4.4 net carbs
A chilly night calls for a hot, comforting cup of Keto Hot Cocoa! Make it even better with a homemade espresso-flavored whipped cream that is just out of this world. This recipe makes two 8-ounce cups with a generous dollop of homemade whipped cream, just 3.6 net carbs per cup.
Keto Lunch Meal Prep Tips
- Separate and cook chicken – Reserve a 1/2 cup (or cut a 4 ounce tender) for the lettuce wrap, 2 1/2 cups for the stuffed peppers, and 2 cups for the hot pocket. Chicken will keep up to 4 days in the fridge, so you may want to freeze the portion for the stuffed peppers.
- Separate and cook bacon – Reserve 2 slices for the lettuce wrap, the rest for the broccoli salad.
- Make the fathead dough and cook both the hot pocket and pigs in a blanket. These will keep in the fridge up to 4 days. You can freeze either recipe by allowing the food to completely cool, wrapping it in multiple layers of plastic wrap, then storing it in a freezer bag up to 6 months.
- Broccoli salad stays fresh in the fridge for 3-4 days, and leftover portions do not freeze well. Cut the recipe in half if you won’t be able to eat 11 servings. Store individual portions in tight mason jars to keep the broccoli perfectly crisp. Bacon may lose its crunchiness, so keep portions in baggies if you prefer it nice and fresh.