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We count the carbs, do the cooking and the clean-up.

 

All you need to do is the good part.

Eat it.

 

It’s a misconception that you’ll be eating boring and bland food when you’re on a LCHF diet. While simple foods are a important, there’s so many ways to add variety. From single serve portions to meals that will feed a whole family, we make sticking to the program much simpler.

Explore our growing library of recipes. There’s nutrition breakdowns of every dish. All you need to do is heat and eat.

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I Hate Cooking arrives at your home and cooks 3-5 meals (up to 25 serves)

You have a healthy range of meals to choose from.

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Moroccan Chicken 

3g net carbs/serve

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Almond flour is a perfect thickener when you are cooking for a LCHF way of eating.

Remember it’s a lifestyle. Not a diet.

Chicken & Yoghurt Curry

7.4g net carbs/serve

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Sun-dried Tomato Pesto with Chicken & Zucchini Ribbons

6.3g net carbs/serve

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Thai Green Curry

4.9g net carbs/serve

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Coloured eggs are unique, but they’re not lacking in nutrition. The differences in egg colour is solely due to genetics. Therefore, if a blue egg-laying chicken is raised under the same conditions as a white egg-laying chicken, there will be no difference in nutrition or taste.

Bacon & Egg Muffins

1.5g net carbs/serve

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Carrots vary depending of how they are cooked. A raw carrot has a lower GI so will give you longer lasting energy. There are 6g carbs per medium carrot & 3g of sugar, more than many other vegetables. But carrots also provide 1.5 grams of fibre, so you’ll only get 4.5 net carbs per carrot

Missing bread? Try our grain free rolls. We make a dozen but 1 is enough and they freeze so well.

Grain free rolls

4.1g net carbs/serve

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Paprika Chicken

5.2g net carbs/serve

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Seeded Crackers with Chilli

2.6g net carbs/serve

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Bacon & Zucchini Bake

1.8g net carbs/serve

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Chicken Tikka Bites

7g net carbs/serve

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Tomatoes are a terrific option when eating low carb as they are full of fibre so the net carbs are negilable.

Avocado & Tomato Soup

8.5g net carbs/serve

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Meatballs and Tomato Sauce

10.6g net carbs/serve

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Chilli Beef With Feta

6g net carbs/serve

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Low Carb Shepherd’s Pie

3.8g net carbs/serve

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Warm Artichoke Dip

2.2g net carbs/serve

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Beef Stroganoff

7.5g net carbs/serv

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Noodle-less Chicken Laksa

6.6g net carbs/serve

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Low Carb Frittata

1.7g net carbs/serve

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Piggy Casserole

6.3g net carbs/serve

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Tandoori Chicken Bites

4g net carbs/serve

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Avocado. One of the healthy fats that you want to consume every day. Renown for their fat content, but did you know, avocados contain four grams of protein, making them the fruit with the highest protein content too.

Cauliflower Soup.

0g net carbs/serve

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Seafood Soup.

9g net carbs/serve

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Chicken and Coconut Curry

9.7g net carbs/serve

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Middle Eastern Chicken

6.6g net carbs/serve

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Ratatouille

13.7g net carbs/serve

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Thai Chicken Bites.

4g net carbs/serve

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Low Carb Lasagne

4.9g net carbs/serve

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Lamb & Feta Meatballs.

2.9g net carbs/serve

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Red Thai Chicken Curry

5.9g net carbs/serve

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Meatballs and Mushroom Sauce.

7.4g net carbs/serve

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Mushrooms having stunning powers to help prevent and fight many types of cancer. They help the immune system too. Add the benefits of mushrooms to your menu.

Stir Fried Vegetables

4.3g net carbs/serve

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Baked Chicken Cacciatore

6g net carbs/serve

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Chicken & Mustard Sauce.

1.9g net carbs/serve

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Chia & Coconut Bread

5.7g net carbs/serve

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Milling spices from whole provides a much better flavour in your food. 

Thats why we see the best ways to make your food taste great.

Nutty  Espresso Clusters

4.8g net carbs/serve

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Seeded Crackers

2.6g net carbs/serve

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Broccoli is very high in Vitamin A which helps fight cancer within your cells, as well as keep your eyes healthy and stave off glaucoma and other eye degenerative diseases. It also helps to promote healthy skin, break down urinary stones.

Red Thai Lamb Curry

8.5g net carbs/serve

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Butter Chicken.

6.4g net carbs/serve

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Optional Sides

If you would like us to do additional sides with your meals then add one of these as an option. 

*vegetable ingredients will likely vary to those displayed.

 

Cauliflower Rice.

The ideal alternative to rice in your curries. And virtually zero net carbs.

Mixed Vegetables.

A  mixture of low carb vegetables prepared and ready for heating with your dish.

Zucchini Noodles or Ribbons.

It’s some of the smaller things that make you feel less like you are missing out.

Cauliflower Mash.

This is about as close to potato mash as you will get. Did we mention it is delicious, possibly even better than the potato version?

Keto is like marriage. You can’t cheat on it and expect it to work.

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