How to Make a Keto Chipotle Bowl. A step by step guide to making a low carb version of your favorite Chipotle Burrito Bowl. These homemade Chipotle Bowls are great for meal prep!
We love Chipotle Burrito Bowls, but we don’t always have time to go out and pick one up. And I’m not fortunate to live close enough that I can do Uber Eats or Door Dash.
Plus, we’ve both been doing a lot of traveling and we like to save money when we can. Making our version of keto Chipotle Bowls are a great way to save money! It’s a great budget friendly meal especially if you shop the farmer’s market for produce or places like Aldi where produce is cheap!
If you want to learn how to save money on a keto diet, check out our Keto On A Budget post. And if you need a little help starting a keto diet, we have a Budget 5 Day Keto Meal Plan.
Keto Chipotle Burrito Bowl Ingredients
- Romaine lettuce, chopped
- Cauliflower, “riced”
- Shredded beef
- Red onions, sliced
- Bell peppers, sliced
- Mexican cheese, or any type you like
- Cherry tomatoes
We skip the rice and beans and instead opt for cauliflower rice. You can also add in black soy beans if you want. They are a great low carb bean alternative with 8g carbs and 7g fiber per 1//2 cup (1g net carb).
We also opt for fresh cherry tomatoes instead of salsa. But if you have a homemade or low carb salsa you like, you can use that instead.
How to Make a Chipotle Keto Bowl
First take a head of cauliflower and make cauliflower rice. We love this Copycat Chipotle Cilantro Lime Cauliflower Rice recipe. Place the cauliflower rice in the bottom of your glass meal prep container.
Next layer on your cooked shredded beef, sliced onions, sliced bell peppers, chopped cherry tomatoes. Then sprinkle some cheese and spritz with lime juice. Alternatively you can leave lime wedges in your container to squeeze the juice on later.
We store these in the fridge for up to 4-5 days. After that the lettuce tends to get soggy.
If you’re interested in what we eat when at Chipotle, check out our How To Order Keto At Chipotle Guide. We also have a full Keto Fast Food Guide that you may like.
Some of our favorite things to order at Chipotle are: Chipotle steak burrito bowl, Chipotle vegetarian bowl, Chipotle chicken burrito bowl. All minus the beans and rice of course!
Also, when at Chipotle we omit the salad dressing and instead add guacamole and sour cream.
When we meal prep our own keto Chipotle burrito bowls, we buy the little single servings of guacamole. You can pick them up at most groceries stores. Or you can make a homade guacamole recipe and divide it up into containers yourself.
What can you put in a Chipotle bowl? Pretty much any low carb vegetable and some low carb fruits (peppers, tomatoes, avocado etc).
Other keto recipes that are great for meal prep
- Keto Instant Pot Crack Chicken
- Keto Indian Butter Chicken
- Keto White Wine and Cheddar Cauliflower Cheese Casserole
- Low Carb Beef Chili Recipe (Beanless Chili)
- Pressure Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage
- Low Carb Instant Pot Beef Stew
- Cast Iron Pork Chops
- Instant Pot Chuck Roast – shredded beef
- Slow Cooker Pork Butt
- Pulled BBQ Beef Recipe | Keto & Gluten Free
If you are new to meal prep, check out our intro to keto meal prep post. We also have posts dedicated to chicken meal prep, keto breakfast meal prep, and our favorite meal prep tools! And if you’re a complete newbie to keto and want to learn how to meal prep, consider enrolling in our keto meal prep course.
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If you found this post and you’re ready to start a keto diet, check out our 5 Day Budget Keto Meal Plan. You’ll get 5 days worth of recipes and eat for under $5 per day!
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