Low carb Valentine’s Day recipes for everyone.
Your Valentine’s Day can be special and deliciously low carb with these romantic recipes for two.
Low Carb Menus for Valentine’s Day
Whether you’re craving mouthwatering filet mignon, a gourmet plant-based meal or sensational seafood, you can take your pick from these options to create your own low carb romantic Valentine’s Day menu, followed up by a fresh and fruity dessert.
Low Carb and Keto Valentine’s Day Appetizer and Starter Recipes
This salad pairs well with any main dish but goes especially well with Mediterranean Grilled Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms.
Spicy and savory roasted pecans balance out the sweet pears in this “winter” salad.
This vegan and plant-based appetizer gets its protein from tofu, which, when combined with tahini and nutritional yeast, becomes a vegan “cheese” that fills the mushrooms.
Kick off your seafood feast or any feast with this decadent and rich bisque. It pairs equally well with seafood or steak.
Low Carb and Keto Valentine’s Day Main Dish Recipes
Filet mignon is known as one of the most tender cuts of steak. Add flavorful shitake mushrooms and you have a main course that will melt in your mouth.
Portobello mushrooms are just as hearty and satisfying as any steak. These are marinated in an herby balsamic and olive oil vinaigrette and stuffed with juicy cherry tomatoes, roasted bell pepper and feta cheese. You can also broil the tomatoes and mushrooms instead of grilling them. The perfect plant-based main course for your dinner á deux.
You’ll broil fresh lobster for a total of seven minutes, brushing it with a rich mixture of olive oil, butter and garlic.
Keto Dessert for Valentine’s Day
Juicy strawberries filled with a sweet mascarpone mixture and drizzled with melted chocolate are the grand finale for your Valentine’s Day menu.
Romantic Low Carb Dinner Recipes for Every Level of Atkins
If you’re looking for more inspo, try these romantic menus for two, which are broken down by Net Carbs for each Atkins plan