These 11 low carb stuffed peppers recipes will cover you for many weeknight keto dinners! Everything from Mexican and Greek stuffed peppers to breakfast stuffed peppers and they are all low carb recipes!
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Growing up my mom only seemed to make those classic meat and rice stuffed peppers. Now that I am a low carb blogger I have found many ways to stuff a pepper as well as many different peppers to stuff. So that is why today I give you 11 low carb stuffed peppers recipes!
There is everything from Mexican flavors to Greek flavors to breakfast peppers or appetizers. All of these low carb stuffed pepper recipes are of course low carb and very easy to make. They will help you out of your weeknight dinner slump!
Net Carbs in different peppers
While net carbs can vary amount the vast variety of peppers and chiles, as a whole they are a pretty low carb vegetable and make a great vehicle for stuffing. Here is a good article about carbs and peppers. Below here are some carbs counts for the various peppers I’ve used in these recipes:
- bell peppers: 6.2g net carbs per 114g pepper (source)
- poblano and Anaheim peppers: 1.9g net carbs per 1 64g pepper (source)
- banana peppers: 2.4g net carbs per 124g pepper (source)
- green chiles peppers: 3.6g net carbs per 45g pepper (source)
- hatch chiles: 3.0g net carbs per 45g pepper (source)
- jalapeno: 0.5g net carbs per 14g pepper (source)
A Note about various peppers I used
Below you will find that I used many different kinds of peppers for these stuffed pepper recipes. That doesn’t mean that if you don’t have poblano peppers or hatch chiles that you can’t make them. These recipes will work with any kind of pepper.
If all you have are bell peppers that is fine too. However since bell peppers are often larger, there may be a need for more stuffing mixture. As always, please feel free to ask me if you have any questions about pepper choices. I’ll be glad to help you!
Now let’s check out those low carb recipes
Well that it for you folks. I hope you give a few of these a try. I often make the poblano and chiles recipes in the summer because my husband grows a low of peppers in his garden and the bell pepper recipes in the winter. But you can make these all year round. Enjoy!!!