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Keto Burrito Bowl

This KETO BURRITO BOWL is one of my favorite Mexican meals! We make this often and it’s always a hit. It’s easy to customize so that everyone in your family can make their burrito bowl they way they like and the leftovers are perfect the next day for lunch!

keto burrito bowl in white bowl

I’m sure by now you guys have figured out that Mexican food is my favorite food.

We eat it often and I try my best not to overwhelm you with the recipes, because I know some people prefer a little variety in their foods. 

Personally, I’d be fine with tacos every night of my life, but hey, that’s just me. 😉 

Anyway, this keto burrito bowl is on repeat in my house and it’s so simple to make! 

cauliflower rice burrito bowl in white dish

Whenever I make any kind of Mexican dish, like my Mexican cauliflower rice or Mexican shredded beef, I am always sure to make enough for us to have these keto burrito bowls the next day. Double the Mexican food! Yay!

My perfect version of a burrito bowl may not be quite the same as yours, so I’m going to give you my recipe in the card below, but I’ll also give you some ideas for changing things up in this article. Skip down to the card for my version of a perfect keto burrito bowl or keep reading here for some other fun ideas!

keto burrito bowl with mexican cauliflower rice and shredded beef in white bowl

Burrito Bowl Options:

Proteins: 

chicken fajitas recipe in white bowl

Base:

chicken fajitas on cilantro lime rice

Toppings: 

guacamole recipe

How to calculate the carbs:

Each of the above links (aside from the romaine lettuce) has nutrition information available. 

Just jot dot the carb count of each item you’d like to add to your bowl (making sure to keep an eye on serving sizes – I use much less of the keto elote in a burrito bowl than I do as a side dish, for example) and then total it up. 

Many people use Carb Manager, a free app, to calculate carbs as well. That may also be helpful, but I find it quickest to just write it down on paper and get a rough idea. 

Hope you enjoy your keto burrito! 

low carb burrito bowl in white dish

What’s your favorite combination?

Leave a comment and tell me how you’d build the perfect burrito bowl! I need some new ideas! 🙂

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keto burrito bowl with mexican cauliflower rice and shredded beef in white bowl

Keto Burrito Bowl

This recipe creates one keto burrito bowl made my way! Feel free to change things up to fit your tastes! The prep time is assuming that all of the components are prepped and ready to assemble.

Yield 1
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Arrange all of the ingredients in a shallow bowl and taste for seasoning.
  2. Add salt and pepper or hot sauce, if desired.
  3. Serve immediately.

Notes

This is my favorite version of a burrito bowl, but please make this your own! The article above shares loads of different bases, proteins, and toppings so that you can really customize this and find the perfect burrito bowl for you!

Nutrition Information:

Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 374Total Fat: 25gSaturated Fat: 9gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 82mgSodium: 610mgCarbohydrates: 15gNet Carbohydrates: 9gFiber: 6gSugar: 3gProtein: 27g

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3 thoughts on “Keto Burrito Bowl”

  1. I love your blog and your recipes. I just wish the ads weren’t part of the recipe card. I understand the need for advertising to make a blog like this into a revenue stream but that’s one spot where it’s really frustrating since it doesn’t print properly, ideally it would be nice for the recipe card to be a 1 page print.

    1. Karly Campbell

      Hi Kurtis! I appreciate the feedback. I just went to double check and the ads don’t print when you use the ‘print’ button located in the recipe card. Is that what you’re using? It won’t print on one page because of the nutrition info, in most cases. You can set your printer to just print the first page if you don’t want the nutrition info, but otherwise it will take both pages. I’ve tried changing the layout of the nutrition info but I just get too many confused questions. This standard nutrition label seems to be easiest to read – I wish it wasn’t so large too. 🙂

  2. Didn’t love this recipe. Way too much cheese. I would have liked the smoked sausage better with the broccoli on the side. The way this comes together is waaaaay too creamy, with nothing to really balance that. Thanks for posting, but it’s a solid no from me.

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