Loaded Veggie Keto Bowl
The Ultimate Loaded Veggie Keto Bowl Recipe
Keto bowls are a wonderful way to get a healthy, balanced meal that is even better than the average fast-food creation—and all with a fraction of the fat, carbs, and calories. The Loaded Veggie Keto Bowl is a great example of this, with a combination of delicious, vegetarian-friendly ingredients that will give your body all the nutrition it needs.
When it comes to following the keto diet, it’s all about keeping your macros in check and getting your body the nutrients it needs. This Loaded Veggie Keto Bowl is the perfect way to do just that. This wholesome combination of ingredients gives you all the protein, fats and vitamins you need, along with plenty of flavor.
This recipe is easy to make, and can be prepped ahead for a quick, healthy snack or meal that is ready in no time. Here, we’ll be discussing the details of this delicious and nutritious bowl, as well as walking you through the steps to make it.
A Keto Bowl isn’t complete without some great vegetables to load it up with. This bowl calls for:
• ½ Avocado
• 2 cups of spinach
• ½ cup of cherry tomatoes
• ½ cup of cucumber
• ½ cup of red bell peppers
• ½ cup of shredded red cabbage
• ¼ cup of carrots
• ¼ cup of jalapenos
These are all incredibly healthy ingredients, and are all totally in line with the keto diet.
You can eat all the veggies you want, but unless you’re eating some protein, you won’t feel truly full. Luckily, there are plenty of delicious, keto-friendly proteins that can be thrown into this bowl.
• ½ pound of cooked chicken (can also use beef, pork, or turkey)
• 2 poached eggs
• 1 can of albacore tuna
• 1 can of wild salmon
• ½ cup of Greek yogurt
• ¼ cup of feta cheese
In order for your body to properly absorb the nuts and seeds in this bowl, you’ll need to add some healthy fats. These can come from seeds, nuts, oils, or anything else that’s made up of more than 50 percent fat. Some good ideas would be coconut oil, extra-virgin olive oil, or avocado oil.
You can also add a nut-based topping such as almond slivers, walnut pieces, or macadamia nuts.
Whatever you choose, make sure it contains at least a tablespoon of fat per serving.
Depending on how strict your carbs need to be, you can adjust the amount of carbs in this bowl. If you’re following a more lenient keto diet, you can add some grains to the mix. Great choices here would be quinoa, amaranth, or even brown rice.
Also, you can opt for some low-carb alternatives. Some great options include riced cauliflower, spaghetti squash, or sweet potato noodles.
For some extra flavor and crunch, you can also add a sprinkle of seeds,