A great way to lose weight is to cut carbs from your diet. That can be hard however, when you are trying to serve food your family will actually eat, we all know diet food isn’t always kid friendly! We’ve complied a list of 50 breakfasts, lunches, snacks and dinner that are all low in carbohydrates so you can get healthy while still pleasing your tastebuds.
Slow Cooker Frittata with Broccoli, Ham and Swiss: This is a great breakfast dish to serve up on a slow weekend morning! It’s also great when you’re entertaining overnight guests. Click here to get the full recipe.
Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole: This healthy choice also makes a great brinner (breakfast for dinner) because you can make it ahead instead of scrambling last minute to feed the family. To get the recipe, click here.
Skinny Chicken and Vegetable Frittata: Another frittata, and another great choice. It’s a tasty treat you can enjoy at breakfast time and start the day off right. To be taken to the full recipe, click here.
Skinny Crustless Quiche: Quiche is a great low-carb choice when you are serving up breakfast. Plus it’s great to feed the family, because they won’t even know they’re being healthy! To get this recipe, click here.
Maple Glazed Turkey Sausage: If you’re feeding a family of carnivores, this is a great choice, especially for keeping it low-carb. It’s a tasty and healthy swap for traditional breakfast meats. For the recipe, click here.
Jumbo Chickpea Pancake: If you are a pancake fan, this is a great alternative! It’s got tons of helathy ingredients and is low-carb! (via Oh She Glows). If you’re a pancake fan, we’ve got 50 amazing and healthy pancake recipes for you!
Stuffed Breakfast Bell Peppers: This is a super yummy breakfast, and it’s not your average cereal and milk so it really changes things up! Remember, stuffed vegetables are a great option for any meal, so there’s no need to stop at breakfast! (via What’s Cooking, Mexico?)
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork: This recipe is great for lunches because the pork is slow cooked, so you can have it for a dinner, and keep the left overs for your lunch! Click here for this original skinny recipe.
Skinny Chicken Salad: Toss out your unhealthy, store-bought chicken salad and whip up your own skinny version. This is a great way to enjoy food you love while staying healthy. Click here for the full recipe.
Copy Cat Chick-Fil-A Nuggets: Looking for a skinny swap? Skip the drive through and impress the kids with these nuggets! You can also try this copycat chicken sandwich if you like these nuggets! Click here for the Skinny Mom recipe.
Chickpea and Salmon Salad: We know what you’re thinking, “No please, not another salad!” This however is much different from the leafy greans you’re used to! Try out this tasty take on a salad for a low-carb lunch. (via The Crepes of Wrath)
Veggie “Sushi” Rolls: This is a new way to sushi; all the flavor minus the rice! Ditching the rice in favor of avocado makes this lunch extra low in carbs, plus it’s filled with other health food goodies! (via Nutrition Stripped)
Skinny Baked Zucchini Chips: Instead of grabbing that bag of potato chips, slice a zucchini and get baking! Even if you don’t feel like cooking, plain veggies still make a great low-carb snack! Click here to get this Skinny Mom Recipe.