Best Low Carb Kid Friendly Recipes

Preparing healthy foods for your kids might be tricky. I think every mom faces that challenge, especially if you like to keep them in a low carb diet as well. But don’t fret. I will share some of my best low carb kid-friendly recipes that surely your kids will love. Here are my best low carb kid-friendly recipes that you can try out.

1) Keto Low-Carb Manicotti With Ricotta: Crepes-Style With Only 5.8 Net Carbs

Low carb manicotti is filled with a creamy ricotta and basil mixture then baked under a blanket of marinara and Mozzarella.

Here’s the Italian food you’re craving…for just 5.8 net carbs!

For this recipe you’ll need: eggs, cream cheese, salt, garlic powder, butter, ricotta, fresh basil, pasta sauce, Mozzarella, non-stick crepe or saute pan

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Italian food is one of my very favorite cuisines. I love the seasonings, the rich sauces, the . . .

2) Million Dollar Spaghetti Recipe: Adapted to Be Low Carb

If you’ve been drooling and sighing over those Pinterest pictures of Million Dollar Spaghetti  you’re in luck – because I’ve made adapted it for low carb. All of the gooey cheesy goodness, all of the rich meat sauce, all of the delicious satisfaction but only 6 net carbs per generous serving. It’s easy to make, budget friendly, and it freezes relatively well so you can make it once and have leftovers another time. Spiralized zucchini stands in for the pasta in this recipe but look for variations in the recipe notes below.

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3) Chicken Pot Pie Soup: Low Carb Comfort

Chicken pot pie soup is creamy low carb comfort food that will warm your soul anytime of the year! Golden brown chicken breast, celery, onion, carrots, and fire roasted Hatch chiles (optional)are bathed in a creamy soup seasoned with herbes de Provence. With 7 net carbs per luxurious serving you’ll want to have this often!

For this luscious low carb chicken pot pie soup recipe you’ll need: butter, celery, onion, baby carrot, chicken breast, cauliflower, Hatch chile, chicken stock, heavy cream

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4) Cinnamon French Toast Recipe: Low Carb Brunch

Cinnamon French toast with sugar free maple flavored syrup brings back Saturday morning breakfast memories without the guilt of regular French toast. This recipe is easy enough to make every morning. It’s so simple, you’ll be able to whip up a batch for just yourself or your entire household. It’s low carb, so you can eat it every day without guilt!

For this recipe, you’ll need: low carb bread, eggs, heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar substitute, vanilla extract, cinnamon, sugar free syrup, and butter.

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5) Soft Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookies: Low Carb & GF

Peanut butter chocolate cookies made with sugar free sweeteners are warm and gooey out of the oven, but stay soft even when cooled. The cookies are also gluten free, so they’re friendly for everyone in the family – a snack you can make every day if you want! This simple dessert has an old fashioned flavor that makes them taste just like they came out of Grandma’s kitchen.

For this recipe you’ll need: peanut butter, Torani sugar-free vanilla syrup, erythritol or sugar substitute of choice, sugar-free chocolate chips, egg, salt, and parchment paper.

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Last Updated 12/09/2020

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