25 Best Keto Steak Dinner Recipes – Keto Steak Sauce & Marinade Recipes – Parade

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There is nothing better than mouthwatering, hot and juicy Keto Steak Dinner Recipes! When you make steak at home, instead of going out to a restaurant, you get the best and most delicious meal—for half the price. The most challenging part of cooking steak at home is usually deciding between New York strip, beef top sirloin, or surf and turf, because honestly they’re all amazing. So I’ve included recipes for all those options, as well as recipes for air fryer steak, Instant Pot steak, steak fajitas, keto chicken fried steak and more.

Obviously if you’re on a low-carb diet, then you know that potatoes aren’t really keto-friendly as a side dish. I opt for low-carb steak dinner sides like creamed spinach or garlic shrimp scampi, to add some extra pizzazz to the meal. If you’re just starting out with low-carb eating, check out this 7-day Keto Diet Plan to get you set up for success.

Related: 26 Keto Dinner Recipes for Two That Will Help You Win Date Night

I love to cook amazing food that doesn’t take forever to make. That’s why I always keep these low-key keto dinners on my mind when I’m looking for something to whip up quickly. With all this talk of dinner, don’t forget to make some delicious low-carb desserts too. I know some people think that you can’t enjoy desserts when you’re eating keto, but that couldn’t be further than the truth.

Click on the “Launch Gallery” button to see all 25 keto steak recipes, but be warned: These low-carb dinner ideas are going to make you super hungry! Pin this for later so you can come back to it too.

Dr. Davinah's Eats (Dr. Davinah’s Eats)

Davinah is a foodie who knew that better-for-you food could be delicious. So, she started creating and sharing drool-worthy, keto & low carb comfort food recipes on Instagram in 2017.

Dr. Davinah’s Eats, her blog, grew in response to her followers wanting the recipes for the dishes that they saw in the photos. All of her recipes cut carbs by substituting things like sugar and grains. Besides being a food blogger, Davinah has a PhD in Education and teaches novice teachers at her alma mater.