The Best Low Carb Vegetables to eat on a keto diet.
Many people feel that they can’t eat a bunch of vegetables on a keto diet, but I’m here to tell you otherwise. Today we’re talking keto vegetables, which ones you can have and which ones you should avoid (or minimize consumption).
We’ve created a simple low carb vegetable list that you can print off and take with you to the grocery store. This list expands on the keto grocery list we created a while back that so many of you loved.
What Vegetables are Low in Carbs?
This low carb vegetable list packed full of non starchy vegetables will help you navigate which vegetable options are your best choice for eating on a keto diet.
BEST LOW CARB VEGETABLES – grams of carbs per 100g
- carbs in broccoli
- carbs in carrots
- carbs in cauliflower
- carbs in onions
- carbs in mushrooms
- carbs in cabbage
- carbs in green beans
- carbs in spinach
- carbs in celery
- carbs in asparagus
- carbs in lettuce
- carbs in carrots
- carbs in brussel sprouts
- carbs in beets
- carbs in peas
- carbs in radishes
- carbs in kale
- carbs in turnips
- carbs in garlic
- carbs in artichokes
- carbs in parsnips
- carbs in okra
- carbs in rutabaga
***I’m going to come back and update this post and add in how many grams of carbohydrates each vegetable has per 100g. I use chronometer to track my macros and to calculate the macros for each of our keto recipe ebooks.
So now you know which vegetables are low in carbohydrates, lets talk about low carb vegetable recipes that you can make.
A few month’s ago I actually created a post on my other blog that rounded up 15 different low carb vegetable dishes, all of which were created by fellow dietitians.
Other Low Carb Vegetable recipes we love
- Instant Pot Keto Creamy Garcli Broccoli Mash Recipe
- Balsamic Glazed Sautéed Asparagus with Bacon
- Zucchini Beer Mac and Cheese