My Keto Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner + Snacks. WITH PICTURES.

My Keto Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner + Snacks #keto #lowcarb #highfat

The low-carb meals I ate last week on my keto diet. What I ate breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Plus, my favorite snack.

About a month into the book writing process, I lost all interest in preparing meals for myself that were thoughtful, beautiful, and delicious.

I’m sure so many of you feel like this ALL the time – being overwhelmed by life, trying to juggle health, prepare food that tastes good, etc, etc. While healthy habits are fostered in an environment where priorities are shifted, ain’t nobody got time to stand in the kitchen for an hour at a time preparing breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

It took me a couple of months to figure out that I didn’t need to live off mayo-topped lunch meat slices or mashed up bowls that looked like roadkill in order to prepare keto meals quickly. And now, I’m getting better and better at using the resources on hand (aka whatever’s in the fridge) to whip up a keto plate of awesome in less time that I ever thought possible!

Today, I’m running through 10 of the breakfasts, lunches, and dinners I enjoyed last week to show you just how easy keto meal planning can be. If you’re looking for a bit of inspiration to get the food prep juices flowing, look no further than today’s video!

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  • The Rocket Fuel Latte combination I’m loving right now
  • The unsweetened dairy-free yogurt that I use to liven up my keto meals and snacks
  • My favorite way to prepare beef roast, and how to pump up the fat


What are some of your favorite quick-prep meals? Let’s chat about it in the comments! Your ideas will be read by many of the members in our community, motivating others to get in the kitchen (quickly) prepare foods that make their bodies feel GOOD and moving on with life.

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  1. All I can say. I thought I ate right. Cheated some. I gained weight. I am a person who needs strawberries. I gave up now im eating bad. I dont like alot of meat….processed food. Everything I ate was processed. Didnt care for it. I was on this for almost 3 months. I am worse than I was. So sad….I do take thyroid meds. Im slow metabolism. A mess…I started watching you on u tube and liked your approach much better.

  2. Hi Leanne…Loving your book and videos.
    I was in ketosis once, but by accident because I didn’t understand it. Now, I find it more difficult to gain the willpower to do it…but I will with your help :)
    Just wanted to say that I think a couple of your resource inks back to your blog are incorrect. I ultimately found what I was looking for and they do take us to your blog, though.

    • I’m so glad you’re loving them! Super excited that you’re giving keto another go ;) Uh oh! If you find any incorrect links, feel free to let my team know and we’ll correct them. Thanks!

  3. Hi Leanne,

    I was reading your mini guide and you made the comment about believing that smoothies were off-limits. Would you mind saying why?

    • Smoothies with tons of fruit are going to be high in carbs and sugar, so I would avoid those. A high-fat, low-carb smoothie or milkshake like this one are great, though!

  4. Leanne,
    I’m new to keto and loved your video. So helpful! 2 questions: What brand of sauerkraut do you like? What should I use for mayo if I’m allergic to eggs?
    Thanks for the help!

  5. I’m really confused as to what I should purchase. I am very familiar with keto, low carb, & Atkins. I’m relating to you so much because dairy effects me a bit, I wanna keep it simple, and I use keto to help me with my recovery of a 37yr battle with anorexia & bulimia. What would be best for me to purchase?❤️
    Thank you,

      • I’m also unsure whether to purchase the weekly plans or Fat Fueled/Keto Beginning. I would like access to a variety of recipes/grocery lists where I can pick and choose. I mostly struggle with hormonal imbalance, stubborn fat, and headaches. What is your suggestion?

        • I definitely recommend checking out the program descriptions in my FAQ to help choose a program to start with. Fat Fueled does not come with shopping lists, but it does come with a Mindful Meal Plan that allows you to pick and choose which recipes you want to make. It’s also the best option if you’re wanting to focus on healing hormonal imbalance. Both programs are excellent for weight loss as well. I hope this helps!

  6. I have been following keto for the last 4 weeks, mostly your recipes – no diary. I usually have a decaf bulletproof coffee for bf, a smoothie with lots of fats ie. avo and mct for lunch and then a similar dinner to what you have but I have found I am really tired all the time, I would have thought I would be out of that keto flu stage and I didn’t really find I had much of a keto flu stage as I was pretty low carb anyway. Any suggestions?

  7. I’m curious as to your opinion on eating for your blood type? Im blood type B, and it says I should avoid avocados and coconuts, making it a little more difficult to find good fat sources?

    • I don’t agree with it. I don’t think the science backs it up. But if you find that avocados and coconuts cause issues for you, feel free to avoid them! Olive oil, tallow, lard, cacao butter, etc., are all good fat sources as well.

  8. First of all, you’re AWESOME. There’s so much bio individuality when it comes to diets/eating (and pretty much everything for that matter) and you continually provide such helpful and effective guidelines with that in mind. Not easy! Second, what are your thoughts on taking supplemental enzymes specifically for fat digestion? (i.e. lipase). Thanks!

    • Thank you so much, Emily! If you have trouble digesting fats and want to use enzymes to help, I say go for it. Here’s a video where I outline some other ways you can support digestion on keto too.

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