I am not a fan of low-carb diets. In fact, I feel the opposite: they are dangerous, unhealthy, and plain silly. However, in 2014, I discovered something amazing: you don’t need to drastically cut out carbs to lose weight. You can easily lose weight by eating low-carb foods, avoiding grains, and drinking a lot of water.
Pioneer Woman (Kay Robertson) is a best-selling author of cookbooks and a host of a cooking show on the Food Network. She has a cookbook out titled the Pioneer Woman Cooks Low Carb, which has recipes that are low in carb, but still come together in an easy to follow manner. This is a must try for a party or an easy to follow cookbook.
Have a snack!
There’s nothing better than eating keto snacks when you’re at a party or gathering. I even like to prepare them at home and eat them as a quick and easy dinner.
I’m a big fan of The Pioneer Woman, and while most of her decadent recipes are generally high in carbs, I was thrilled to find recipes that are not only as delicious as you’d expect, but also totally keto friendly!
Here are 4 low-carb snacks from Pioneer Woman that you should make as soon as possible!
Serving size: 1 whole egg or 2 half eggs 110 calories 9 g fat 0.8 g total carbohydrates 0.1 g fiber 0.7 g sugar 6.4 g protein 0.7 g net carbs
I love how easy it is to make these broken eggs. They are easy to prepare and very tasty. You only need a few ingredients and you’ll have a delicious low-carb snack in no time!
Tips for making the best dill eggs
- Try our favorite cooking method for perfect hard-boiled eggs, every time. Check an egg before draining and cooling to make sure it has reached the desired doneness. Once you try it, you’ll never go back to the old way of cooking!
- Put the egg yolk mixture in a Ziploc bag if you don’t have a piping bag. After filling the piping bag, just bite off a corner and fill the hard-boiled egg halves – done.
- Everything is better with bacon, so you can always finish off these already great eggs with bacon, like we did in our own low-carb bacon egg recipe!
Serving size: 3/4 cup 429 calories 35.9 g fat 13.9 g total carbohydrates 7.3 g fiber 4.6 g sugar 10.4 g protein 6.5 g net carbs
I’m a big fan of Buffalo sauce, so I always make something like this for the weekend. I love the way The Pioneer Woman baked these cauliflower pieces in the hot air fryer. I usually bake them in the oven, but I like this option so much that it will become my new way of preparing them. Make lots, because they run out fast!
Tips for cooking the best cauliflower in Buffalo
- If you don’t like almond flour, you can always add 1/2 cup of pork rind crumbs or even grated parmesan in its place. Don’t forget to omit the breadcrumbs, which are listed as an option in the original recipe.
Serving size: 2 mushrooms | 186 calories | 14.5 g fat | 4.5 g total carbohydrates | 0.9 g fiber | 1.0 g sugar | 9.1 g protein | 3.6 g net carbs
They convinced me to have stuffed mushrooms! I love a little spice, so I was happy to use spicy sausage in this low-carb Pioneer Woman recipe. I also love that she uses all fresh herbs – they give the dish a wonderful flavor for a spectacular appetizer. Even those who don’t like the keto diet will appreciate it!
Tips on how to make the best stuffed mushrooms with sausage
- If you don’t have wine on hand or prefer not to use wine, sauté the onions in 4 tablespoons of butter.
- Don’t forget to scrape the gills off the mushroom caps first. I used a serrated grapefruit spoon and it worked perfectly.
- If you don’t like spicy food, you can replace the spicy sausage with sweet/orange sausage.
Serving size: 4 pieces 95 calories 6.5 grams fat 2.2 grams carbohydrates 0.2 grams fiber 0.3 grams sugar 5.6 grams protein 2 grams net carbs
We love cheese chips in our house and these were perfect! I was asked to do more, which almost never happens with my husband and kids not pooping!
Tips to make the best keto cheese chips with jalapenos:
- If you can’t find the Pecorino or Manchego cheese called for in the recipe, follow your preferences and replace it with your favorite cheese!
- These cheese chips are ideal for adding to salads in place of carbohydrate-rich chips.
I bet you can’t eat just one!
These low-carb snacks from Pioneer Woman are so easy to make! Get a few rooms ready for your next party, meeting or festivities. There’s something for everyone, and if you’re not keto, you won’t notice the difference!
Do you like sweet things? Prepare one of these keto desserts!
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