“Quick Keto Lunches: Ideas for On-the-Go Eating”

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Quick and Easy Low-Carb Lunch Ideas for Traveling and On-The-Go

Are you someone who has a busy schedule and is always on the go? Do you find it difficult to stick to a healthy low-carb diet while traveling? Don’t worry; we have got you covered. Today we are going to share some quick and easy low-carb lunch ideas that you can make while traveling or on the go.

Lunch 1: Protein Salad

Protein salad is a perfect mix of protein and vegetables that makes for a great low-carb lunch. Here is how you can make a protein salad:

– Large salad container
– Feta cheese
– Hard-boiled eggs
– Tuna or Chicken
– Low-carb dressing


1. Take a large salad container and add in your favorite vegetables like lettuce, spinach, arugula, and so on.
2. Add in some Feta cheese to the salad.
3. Then add some protein to your salad by including some hard-boiled eggs or tuna or chicken. We prefer hard-boiled eggs for this recipe.
4. Top off the salad with a low-carb dressing, and you are done!

With this recipe, you get around 25 grams of protein and spend around $6-7, which is much cheaper than buying food outside.

Lunch 2: Bacon-wrapped Chicken

Bacon-wrapped chicken is a tasty low-carb lunch idea that you can make quickly, and it’s perfect for on-the-go. Here is how you can make it:

– Pre-cooked chicken
– Fully-cooked bacon
– Low-carb dressing


1. Take pre-cooked chicken and wrap it with fully-cooked bacon.
2. Pour some dressing for dipping.
3. Enjoy your low-carb finger food!

With this recipe, you get a good protein intake with fewer carbs and spend around $5. This dish is perfect for a quick lunch, snack, or even dinner.

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Lunch 3: Protein Pack

Protein packs are an easy and accessible lunch option that you can make in no time. Here is how you can make protein packs:

– Pork rinds
– Mayo
– Tuna or Chicken


1. Take a bag of pork rinds and add them to a container.
2. Add in some Mayo.
3. Then add some protein to your pack by including some tuna or chicken.
4. Use the pork rinds as dipping chips and enjoy your low-carb snack!

This recipe costs around $3 and gives you around 50 grams of protein, so it’s an ideal lunch for people who love protein.

Lunch 4: Aldi Fresh Finds Wrap

Aldi Fresh Finds wraps are an excellent low-carb option that is easy to make and carry with you. Here is how you can make Aldi Fresh Finds wraps:

– Aldi Fresh Finds Wraps
– Chicken or Tuna salad
– Lettuce


1. Take the Aldi Fresh Find wrap and add in your favorite chicken or tuna salad.
2. Top it with a lettuce wrap, and you are done!

This recipe costs around $2, and each wrap has only 6 grams of net carbs, so it’s ideal for those watching their carb intake.

Tip: “Reduce Fat” or “Fat-Free” versions of Mayo or dressings is a good way to reduce calorie intake.


We hope that these four low-carb lunch ideas will help you stick to your healthy eating habits while on-the-go. These ideas are perfect for those who have a busy schedule, traveling or cannot stop by a restaurant nearby. These are easy to make and can be customized according to your taste and macros. So, next time you are running low on time, give these recipes a try!