A low carbohydrate diet is a diet that restricts carbohydrates, such as those found in sweet foods, pasta, and bread. This diet is rich in healthy proteins, fats, and vegetables. There are many low-carbohydrate diets, and studies show that they can lead to weight loss and improve health. Here you have a 1-week menu of low carbohydrate meals, that you will need less than 10 minutes to prepare.
Low carbohydrate recipes are perfect for achieving your slimming goals. Whether it’s to lose a few extra pounds or to enhance your hard-earned muscles.
Our low carbohydrate recipes combine small amounts of carbohydrates with high nutritional quality proteins and healthy fats. Low-carbohydrate does not mean low-carbohydrate: a low-carbohydrate food program that can be carried out daily is needed to remodel your silhouette sustainably. A carbohydrate-free diet also largely excludes essential foods such as vegetables and fruit. However, the latter is necessary for healthy eating and must be included in all food programs. The same is true of protein-rich foods, which must inevitably be included in any food program and most low-carbohydrate recipes. Do you want to know more? Take inspiration from our low carbohydrate recipes.
- Salted protein Muffins – ingredients – (2 people)
At breakfast, lunch or snack, these muffins are a delight. With our Protein Whey, meals are tasty and protein-rich. Real fitness food.
- 40g – cooked ham
- 5 – Red Pepper
- 30g – Feta
- 6 – Leaves of basil
- 3 – eggs
- 30g – Whey Protein neuter
Preparation: For 6 small muffins. 1 muffin contains 90 Calories and 10 g protein.
Preheat oven to 175°C, dice Ham, pepper and feta. Chop the basil. Mix in a salad bowl with the other ingredients. Lightly grease the muffin mould and divide the mixture into six equal parts. Bake for 15-20 minutes, until the eggs have solidified.
- Pizza vegan low carb
This pizza is tasted without any ulterior motive, even in its entirety. The dough, rich in protein, is made with few ingredients and ready in a few minutes.
- 60 g – chickpea flour
- 25g – Vegetable protein neutral taste
- 10g – white Chia seeds
- 1 tsp. c. – Oregano
- 5 tsp. c. – Salt
- 90ml-hot water
- For garnish, choose – Tomato Sauce, vegetables, vegan cheese, etc.
Preparation: for a pizza dough, which is 319 Calories and 33 g of protein, without filling.
In a bowl, mix all the dry ingredients. Add the hot water and stir until a ball of dough. Ideally, let stand for 15 minutes. Preheat the oven to 180°C. Spread the mixture thinly between 2 sheets of baking paper. Pre-bake for 10 minutes in the oven. Garnish with tomato sauce and vegetables and bake for another 10 minutes.
- Scrambled Tofu
Out of ideas for breakfast? You’re in charge of vegan brunch for your friends, and you’re lost? We have the solution: with our vegan Protein bread, here is delicious scrambled tofu. Like with eggs, but 100% vegetable.
- 5 – Orignon
- 1 tsp. c. – vegetable oil (e.g., coconut or sunflower))
- 200g – tofu nature
- 4 – chopped cherry tomatoes
- 30 ml – vegetable milk (e.g. soya or oats))
- 5 tsp. c. – Curry
- 0,25 tsp. c. – Paprika
- Salt, ice, chives for garner
Preparation: For 2 servings of scrambled tofu, 1 serving contains 165 Calories. Add 115 Calories with 2 slices of vegan protein bread.
Mince the onion and sauté in a pan with the oil. With hands, break the tofu into small pieces and cook for 7 to 8 minutes in the pan. Spice with curry, paprika, salt, and pepper. Add the cherry tomatoes and vegetable milk, and cook a few more minutes.
Suggestion: serve with vegan protein bread and a little chopped chive.
- Spring Omelet
An excellent and fast meal for all the pressed and overbooked. With a few extra protein flakes on top, your lunch or dinner will be super-protein.
- 1 – New onion
- 2 – Mushrooms of Paris
- 50g – Zucchini
- 1 tsp. s. – olive Oil
- 3 – eggs
- 20g – protein flakes
- Salt, pepper, chives, radishes, feta
Preparation: For an omelet, 479 Calories and 35 g of protein.
Cut the vegetables into small pieces and sauté in a frying pan with the oil. In a salad bowl, beat the eggs. Stir in the protein flakes. Season with salt and pepper. Pour the egg mixture into the pan and let the omelet take over low heat. Peel the edges slightly. If necessary, garnish with feta, chives, and vegetables.
- Light Cheesecake
Simple recipes are often the best. On the occasion of the return of spring, we prepared this delicious cheesecake low carb, which does not even need a base.
- For the cheesecake:
- 500g-cottage cheese
- 200 g cottage cheese
- 50 ml-Milk
- 50g-protein vanilla whey
- tsp. c.-chemical yeast
- 1 Lemon (zest, optional)
- For the grout:
- 100 g-blueberries or a mixture of fruits of wood
- Some stevia or sweetener (optional)
Preparation: For a 12-part cake, 1 part without topping containing 117 Cals and 11 g protein.
Preheat oven to 160°C. Put all the ingredients for the cake in a large bowl and mix with a spatula or blender. Generously grease a mould with removable edges or place the cooking paper on it. Pour in the mixture and bake for 45-50 minutes. After 20 minutes, cover with aluminum foil to prevent the cake has browned. For the topping, put the red fruit in a saucepan. Add a little water and cook until the water evaporates. If necessary, add some stevia or another sweetener. Let the cake cool completely, then serve with the coulis.
- Protein meatballs
With this appetizer, you’re ready for your next aperitif. Rich in protein and easy to prepare in large quantities, these meatballs are perfect. No need for breadcrumbs or seasoned bread crumbs: our protein-rich flakes take care of everything.
- 300 g-minced beef
- 30g-protein flakes
- 1-crushed garlic clove
- 5 Parsley – Boot
- Salt, pepper, 1 tsp.c. paprika
- 1 tsp.c.- coco oil
For the tomato sauce: 1 onion, 2 tomatoes, 400 g canned peeled tomatoes, 50 g tomato pulp, 200 ml vegetable broth, fennel seeds
Preparation: for 5 meatballs, 426 Callus, and 42 g protein. Count 514 Callus and 46 g of protein with the sauce.
In a salad bowl, mix the minced meat with the egg, protein flakes and garlic. Spice with salt, pepper, paprika, and parsley. With slightly wet hands, make small meatballs. Cook in a frying pan with coconut oil until browned. Tip: if necessary, prepare a tomato sauce to accompany. To do this, put all the ingredients in a frying pan for 20 minutes and simmer. Season well with salt and pepper. Add the meatballs to the pan and cook for 5 minutes. Add the parsley.
- Winter salad with cabbage, pomegranate and croutons
Rich food for winter, over and over again. Why don’t you switch to a salad sometime? With homemade croutons on top, concocted with our protein bread.
For the croutons:
- 2 slices – vegan protein bread
- 1 tsp.olive Oil
For the salad:
- 150 g – cabbage
- 5 – Lemon
- 1 tsp. c. – olive Oil
- 1 tsp. c.-apple vinegar
- 1 tsp. c. agave syrup
- 1 tsp. c. Dijon mustard
- 50 g – pomegranate kernels
- 5 – sliced shallots
- 1 mint branch
- Salt, pepper
Preparation: For a salad of 507 kcal and 18 g protein
Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Cut small pieces of bread and place them on a baking sheet. Sprinkle with olive oil, a pinch of salt and pepper and mix. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes’ in the oven. Clean the cabbage and remove the leaves from the stalk. Cut into thin slices and place in a salad bowl. Add the lemon juice and a little salt. Gently knead the cabbage with your hands, so that it softens and takes on a green color. For the dressing, put all the ingredients in a salad bowl and mix with a spoon. Cover with pomegranate, shallots and fresh mint. Add the croutons and serve.