Who doesn’t love a good keto chili? With Fall here and Winter soon approaching, I know I’m on the lookout for a good chili recipe!
Whether you like to use a crockpot, Instant Pot or even a stockpot – there’s an option here for everyone.
Most keto chili recipes try to keep it true to traditional chili recipes by using tomato products, and that’s fine!
But you’ll find some creative ways to make chili even more low carb in this list.
Using tomato paste vs. some other tomato-based products can help you save on carbs. In this recipe, she suggests that or using can of diced tomatoes instead of using tomato sauce found in high carb versions.
This ketogenic chili makes 6 servings and is quick to make on the stove. Each one bowl serving comes to 357 calories, 9 grams of total carbs and 3 grams of protein.
The next chili recipe offers ideas for using an Instant Pot or a crockpot to make the recipe. Prep takes approximately 15 minutes, which is nice and quick!
This lower-carb chili recipe calls for using both diced tomatoes and tomato paste, which will increase the overall carbs. Each one bowl serving of the chili comes to 306 calories, 13 total carbs, and 10 grams of net carbs.
A paleo and keto-friendly chili can work wonders together. I couldn’t really tell what made this recipe paleo, as the paleo diet seems to cross into keto territory often. But I thought it meant no dairy, but it has cheese and butter in the photo.
Either way, this version of a low carb chili looks truly delicious! This recipe has an optional add on for adding low carb beer or coffee, so that’s an interesting twist! Each serving comes to 251 calories, 6 grams total carbs or 4 net carbs.
While Eating on a Dime is not exclusively a keto recipe blog, you can find some deliciously cheap keto recipe ideas! Just like this quick and easy chili recipe.
I was super impressed with this recipe. Each serving comes to only 2 grams of carbs or just 1 net carb! Though, I am wondering if the carbs are off because the recipe calls for crushed tomatoes and tomato sauce. What do you think?
This easy chili recipe gives you two options to making a delicious keto chili; using a crockpot or an Instant Pot. The Instant Pot seems like the fastest route as it looks like it takes about a little more than a half-hour for the chili to be done!
This recipe comes out to 6 one-cup servings. With 387 calories per serving and 7.2 total carbs. I couldn’t find the net carbs in the post, but I noticed some comments talking about net carbs. So it might be that the total carbs are 11.4 grams and the net is 7.2 – but it’s not super specific in the post.
Ok so what’s great about this recipe is that the post gives you so many different options to cook from; crockpot, slow cooker, Instant Pot, etc. So if you need a recipe that also offers different cooking options, this might be best for you.
The recipe doesn’t state how many servings this makes, but that each serving is 3/4 cup. The nutrition comes out to 156 calories per serving with 4 grams of net carbs. Sadly, it does not offer total carbs but you can use something like My Fitness Pal to figure out the carbs.
If you’re looking for a delicious low carb and keto chili recipe that’s also unique, I think this one is it. Instead of using tomato-based products, the recipe calls for using salsa which can save you a lot of carbs.
For flavor, she adds coriander which is something I rarely see in chili recipes, these days. But it’s sure to add some nice flavor! This recipe makes 4 servings wth 229 calories and 2 grams total carbs. But, I think this is another recipe where the “total carbs” are actually the net, but the post doesn’t specify that itself.
Like most chili recipes in the low carb and keto arena, this chili has no beans in the recipe. But instead of using ground beef, the recipe calls for beef stew meat and ground beef chuck. Sounds amazing!
You want to slow cook this for 2 hours, or until the meat is tender. Yum! Each serving is 271 calories with 9 total carbs. In the comments, she mentions that the net carbs are 6 grams of net carbs.
Chili with Bacon?! Why didn’t I think about trying this before! And yes.. the bacon is cooked with the ground beef. So it isn’t just topped on the chili as a garnish. I bet this tastes bomb!
This recipe makes 5 servings, but it doesn’t specify what a serving is. So use some judgment here. Each serving has 527.8 calories and 6.6 total carbs with 4.8 net carbs.
This low carb chili option uses some interesting chili add-ins like Rotel and curry powder. I’m not sure if this recipe is intended to be spicy, but it sounds like it could have a kick to it.
For this recipe, it comes out to 8 servings and the post mentions she didn’t measure exactly. So use judgment here when serving. The nutrition is 264 calories per serving, 12 total carbs and 5 net carbs. However in the post, she mentions seperately the recipe is 7 net carbs – so keep that in mind.