Hundreds of Low Carb Keto Lunch Recipes and Ideas Ideas for eating out of a cooler, a lunch bag or refrigerator; some to be warmed and some to eat cold.

Hundreds of Low Carb Keto Lunch Recipes and Ideas; Ideas for eating out of a cooler, a lunch bag or refrigerator; some to be warmed and some to eat cold.

Lunch time can be challenging. Here are Hundreds of Low Carb Keto Lunch Recipes and Ideas to help make is successful.

To buy or pack?

Buying gets expensive and it is tricky to know just what you are getting when you order out but packing can be so boring. It does not have to be boring though! 🙂

Whether you eat out of a lunch bag, a cooler or a refrigerator with the option of warming your lunch, these ideas will help!

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To Eat Cold

Lettuce wraps; mayo, mustard, lunchmeat, cheese or a BLT

   

Or sometimes it is simpler to wrap the lettuce into the lunchmeat! 

This picture has what I call lazy deviled eggs; just cut hard boiled eggs in half and add a squirt of mayo and mustard; quick and easy!

Celery, peppers, cucumbers, radishes, pork rinds to dip into Guacamole.

Nibble platters; Often, it is easy to make what I call a nibble platter. It is quick to assemble, easy to pack and simple to eat if you need to keep moving. Here are some examples of nibble platters or nibble containers if they are to go.

Lunchmeat, leftover meat, pepperoni; roll the meat around cheese slices or string cheese

Egg Salad, Tuna Salad or Chicken Salad

Chicken Salad   

    

Lettuce, peppers, celery, cherry tomato, cucumbers for dipping into Ranch Dressing

Pickles, olives,

String cheese, Babybel, Laughing Cow cheese

Mixed nuts (not too many), avocado, 

Hard Boiled Eggs, Deviled EggsRed Beet Eggs or Pickled Green Beans

  

Lunchmeat and cheese roll ups, mixed nuts and red beet egg.

 The “sandwich is just cheddar cheese slices with mayo, mustard and lunchmeat inside. And lazy deviled eggs again. I often eat these!

More lazy deviled eggs and bacon with cream cheese. (If you haven’t tried that, put it on your must try list!)

Black olives, pecans, provolone cheese, pickle, hard boiled eggs, broccoli and ranch

Hard boiled egg, lettuce and bell pepper with olive oil and white wine vinegar on the side, cheese, pickle and tuna with mayonnaise

Pepperoni, hard boiled egg, lunchmeat chicken, cheese and mustard rolled up, pickle and macadamia nuts

Pepperoni, cheese, pickle, hard boiled eggs and macadamia nuts

3 Ingredient Keto Crock Pot Meatballs, pickle, hard boiled egg, cheese, avocado with salt and pepper

Bed of romaine lettuce, bell pepper, tuna with mayonnaise, shredded cheddar cheese, 2 hard boiled eggs quartered

Sausage Balls

The combinations are endless! 

Salads

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Eating out of a lunch bag is a bit more challenging but not impossible. 

Nuts, pickles, olives, and even hard boiled eggs come in individual packages easy to drop into a lunch bag or make your own with Ziploc bags.

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Tuna/salmon packs

Canned meat

Mayo packs

Celery with almond butter

Cherry tomatoes, celery, radishes

Pork rinds

Quest bars

Sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds

(All of the above can be found at most grocery stores or on Amazon.)

Thermos with soup or chili

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When you can warm it up, leftovers are GREAT!

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2 thoughts on “Hundreds of Low Carb Keto Lunch Recipes and Ideas Ideas for eating out of a cooler, a lunch bag or refrigerator; some to be warmed and some to eat cold.

    1. Hi Amber, I personally do not eat a lot of lunchmeat. It just has never been my favorite. I am more of a salad or leftover girl. When I do, I like just Great Value Oven Roasted Chicken Breast. It is not the best clean Keto choice but OK for me as often as I eat it. For clean eating you want to find a natural version, one with no nitrates/nitrites added and no sugars/dextrose/molasses/honey (there are so many names for sugar!). The best thing is to read the labels and experiment to see which you like the best. Check carb counts too and get the fewest possible. I’m sorry that is not the simple answer you are probably hoping for but I hope it helps. 🙂

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