Our 10 Easiest Low-Carb Dinner Recipes

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Between packed schedules and busy days at work, school, or home, we’re all constantly on the hunt for easy dinners to add to our kitchen rosters — regardless of any dietary preferences we might have. But if you’re trying to eat low-carb, we’ve got 10 super-simple recipes to satisfy your needs. They’re also delicious enough that they’ll please those at the dinner table who might not be eating the same way you are, which is always a win.

This comforting dinner comes together easily, thanks to precooked meatballs. Feel free to use your favorite store-bought meatballs or homemade ones you have tucked in the freezer.

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A healthy splash of white wine not only helps cook down the kale here, but it also ensures the chicken will be extra moist and flavorful.

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This vegetarian recipe may claim to be a lunch bowl, but it’s so tasty you’ll definitely want to eat it for dinner, too.

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This skillet version of shepherd’s pie takes a few shortcuts, like calling for a bag of frozen mixed vegetables, so it comes together in under an hour.

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This recipes makes a big batch of stew, so you can definitely freeze what you don’t immediately need. Just wait to add the coconut milk until it’s defrosted, as it can become grainy in the freezer.

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Serve this quick stir-fry over cauliflower rice to keep it low-carb and to also double up on your dose of vegetables.

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To keep this chili low-carb, beans are replaced with mushrooms, which add bulk along with great texture and flavor.

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While these lettuce wraps could easily make a crowd-pleasing appetizer, they’re satisfying enough to become the star at the dinner table, too.

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While this easy recipe calls for inexpensive steak tips, if you can’t find them, flank steak makes a perfect substitute.

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The best part about this fried cauliflower rice is it uses up all your odds and ends — toss in whatever vegetables are in your crisper drawer or leftover cooked meat.

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