I am not a big breakfast eater. I am usually just not hungry in the morning, so I usually start my day with KETO coffee. (I do like breakfast for lunch though.)
- Cobb Salad
- Chipotle Pulled Pork Lettuce Wraps with Avocado
- Cauliflower Fritters
- KETO Chicken Enchilada Bowl
Over time, after you have lived a KETO lifestyle for a while, you will likely notice that you aren't very hungry so will find yourself snacking less. If you do decide to snack, stick with KETO friendly choices and be aware or portion servings. A handful of low carb nuts, celery with almond butter (check the ingredients) or maybe just some cheese & olives, or pork rinds will get you by until your next meal.
What does a "real life" day look like on an average day for me?
The truth is, I honestly am way too lazy to cook many actual recipes. I tend to just put some "real food" ingredients together depending on what I am craving. Very basic. Very simple. Quick & Easy.
Breakfast: Keto Coffee
Lunch: Premade cobb salad from Walmart. I throw away the dressing and use Marie's Chunky Blue Cheese. I usually slice up a couple of extra boiled eggs to add along with either green or black olives. My eyes are usually bigger than my tummy so I tend to eat about half of it. Every now and then I make bacon and eggs instead.
Dinner: Just about any meat. I am not a big chicken or turkey eater, so I tend to choose beef or pork and add a side of above the ground veggies. Currently, I seem to be addicted to grass-fed sirloin burger patties with bacon and pepper jack cheese.