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It’s not a dream—there really is a diet where you can eat all the cheese, eggs and bacon you want. It’s called the ketogenic diet, and it’s a high-fat, moderate-protein, low-carb eating plan that could help you lose weight. After confirming with your doctor that keto is right for you, try one of these 75 keto dinner recipe ideas.
Diane Lane would love this one.
Is there anything cauliflower can’t do?
For when you want a break from meat and cheese.
This meal's loaded with flavor—and requires minimal cleanup. Win-win.
Surf and turf (while keeping it keto) in 30 minutes.
Where we’re going, we don’t need tortillas.
Taste the rainbow.
We could eat this one every night.
We’ll take an extra sprinkle of cheese, please.
The best part? You only need five ingredients to make it.
Serve this keto-friendly dish with a side of cauliflower rice.
Top it with red pepper flakes for a kick.
Talk about a light, refreshing dinner.
Our dream dinner. Skip the bun and ta-da: It’s keto.
Ready and on the table in less than 20 minutes.
The ultimate comfort food, with a keto-friendly twist.
Possibly the easiest main you’ll ever make.
Ready and on the table in under 20 minutes.
When your friends say they could never do keto, serve them this.
Even the cleanup is easy.
No rice, no problem. Use blitzed cauliflower instead.
If you’re craving comfort food, try this seven-ingredient beauty.
Aka a plateful of takeout-inspired deliciousness.
Turmeric and curry powder make it an immunity booster.
For people who love eating but hate washing dishes.
Hearty yet refreshing.
Proof that eating keto doesn’t need to be time-consuming or expensive.
Close your eyes and you’re in Greece.
Cool if we make this every week?
Proof you shouldn't limit meatballs to apps and spaghetti.
Just toss everything together and there’s only one dish to clean.
Seven ingredients, much magic.
For when you want something that tastes fancy minus the effort.
The pressure cooker pulls it off in just 20 minutes.
Everything but the pasta.
Your deskmates are jealous already.
Briny, crispy and downright foolproof.
We recommend slurping it down by a roaring fire.
We’ll look the other way if you want to lick the bowl clean.
Make your own bagel-inspired seasoning or use store-bought.
Put down the takeout menu—you’ve got this.
Herbaceous, flavorful store-bought pesto is one of our favorite shortcuts in the book.
Instead of using pasta or rice to bind the casserole, eggs and cream cheese are the key.
Go ahead, add bacon—you know you want to.
This modernized '90s staple is only ten minutes away.
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