Keto Cobb Salad – Low Carb

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A Delicious Keto / Low Carb Salad To Have On The Go

I know a lot of people are always keeping an eye opened for a delicious meal to have for lunch, that fits their low carb diet and that requires a minimum preparation time. Well today I come to the rescue! This is one of my favorite salad as it has so many flavors and is so simple to prepare! It is loaded with healthy fats and proteins with a small amount of carbohydrates. This will keep you full and will avoid insulin level roller coasters, meaning that it will help you lose weight and save you from that usual energy crash a lot of people experience in the afternoon.

"Keto Cobb Salad" Recipe

ketogenic diet low carb cobb salad

This this recipe makes 2 portions of 370 calories. The whole recipe is 740 calories.

Ingredients for the dressing :

Ingredients for the Keto Cobb Salad :

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil cooking spray; (put your own oil in an oil sprayer)
  • 100 grams of Ham
  • 4 cherry tomatoes
  • 30 grams of blue cheese
  • 2 hard-boiled eggs
  • 2 cups of romaine lettuce coarsely chopped
  • ½ avocado diced
  • 2 slices of turkey bacon

Preparation for the Keto Cobb Salad :

1. Hard boil the eggs. (use a pre-programmed steamer or the regular method)

2. Slice the ham in cubes and heat them in a non-stick skillet sprayed with olive oil for 3-5 minutes;
3. Slice the hard-boiled eggs;
4. Put the lettuce in the bottom of the bowl;
5. Put the halved cherry tomatoes, avocadoes, blue cheese, ham, eggs and turkey bacon in rows next to each other like shown in the picture;
6. Evenly spread the dressing over.

Nutritional Value Of This Low Carb Cobb Salad

Macro Nutrient Caloric Ratio : 67% fat, 8% carbs, 25% proteins.

You can reduce the amount of tomatoes if you are on a really low carb diet and want to reduce your carbohydrates even more.

For 1 portion :

  • Calories : 370
  • Fat : 27g
  • Carbohydrates : 7g
  • Proteins : 46g

For the whole recipe :

keto cobb salad nutrition value

(I used "My Net Diary Pro" App to calculate my calories)

 

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5 Comments

  1. Hello, I am excited to begin following your fantastic recipes. My question is how you actually follow the 5% carb rule even when utilizing these great recipes? I have just estimated using 2 of your recipes (omelette & cobb salad) to exceed my 21 grams of carbs allotted per day. Am I missing something?

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    • Yes I know 5% carbs is not always easy to reach. The first thing is, if you are doing it for diet purposes and not for an illness, it is not the end of the world to go a little bit over 5%. You will still lose weight. Second thing is not all my recipes are under 5%, this one is 7.5% for exemple. You can either balance it out with other meals or you can take off the tomatoes to bring the carbs down.

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      • Thank you for the information. That is helpful! I am trying to put together some daily menus for the entire day, however I am always over my 5% even when utilizing totally clean recipes such as ones on your website. What tools do you suggest utilizing when trying to plan a 1 or more day menu while still staying under the 5% total carb for daily intake?

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  2. Hi. Sounds like a great recipe. Will you please confirm the amount of protein for one serving? All the numbers are “doubled” in the full serving table except protein shows same value in both single and double serving. Is one serving 23g or 46?
    thanks much

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    • Hey Mike, the recipe is 740 calories, 46g of proteins. I am just suggesting to eat it in 2 times since I personally like smaller meals.

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