Good Keto recipe site?


(Daniel Crispin) #1

Hey guys,

I checked out the recipe section on the forum. It’s nice but I would like to find site that is more organised to I can search by categories of food. Do you have any site you like?


(Kathy ) #2

I like the ketodiet app- receipes are shown with pictures-is a paid site though.


(Chris Bearham) #3

Ketoconnect.net are great for recipes


(Allie) #4

Look on https://www.ruled.me
Some stuff is paid for there but loads of free stuff too. Also as mentioned above, ketodiet app - again some paid but loads of free. I have the app itself and it really didn’t cost a lot (can’t remember but I won’t pay a lot of apps) and is often updated with new content.


(Duncan Kerridge) #5

(Daniel Crispin) #6

I looked at the reviews for this app… pretty bad. If it wasn’t 12$ I would probably try it but the fact you have to pay for recipes on top of having to pay for the app, and that the barcode scanner doesn’t have any item in it’s database, and that it’s complicated to use and all those other complaints… I think I will try My Fitness Pal instead. Have you tried that one?


(Daniel Crispin) #7

Thanks Duncan,

I have bookmarked the site and will give it a try.


(Ross) #8

You know, perhaps oddly, I primarily use Joy of Cooking.

Many of the recipes can be easily modified with a minimum of effort to be fully keto (if not keto to start with).


(James storie) #9

Linda’s low carb (gnaw.com) was a good resource for me when I started, as well as the ones listed above.


(Monique) #10

Not a website, but a fabulous book: ‘Low Carb/Healthy Fat’ by Pete Evans. Over 130 low carb/keto recipes.

I bought it in an airport and nearly missed my flight I was so engrossed in it!


(I want abs... olutely all the bacon) #11

A number of sites are listed in this Forum Wiki

A few of my favorites are Maria Emmerich, I Breath I’m Hungry, All Day I Dream About Food, and Peace Love and Lowcarb with a side of bacon.


(KCKO, KCFO) #12

Ditch the Carbs website is good and links to many others.

You can also use Myrecipes.com and list the ingredients you want to use in a recipe and search there. Not a keto site, but helps when you have an assortment of goodies to cook and no idea what to do with them.


(Andi loves space, bacon and fasting. ) #14

Diet Doctor is amazing, as you’ve seen. And there’s lots of treasures here:

https://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/recipes.html