7-Day Low Carb Ramadan Menu

As promised, I’ll be sharing a week’s worth of Ramadan meal ideas to help you stay in low carb during Ramadan, Insha Allah. You can adjust and swap out items from the list to fit your needs and caloric requirements. I’ve also linked the recipes for some of the items so that it’ll be easier to find. Some of the recipes are not mine, and credit is due to their creative authors.

In making this menu, I kept these points in mind:

  • Suhoor needs to be filling so that we can avoid hunger pangs during the day.
  • No diuretic drinks before the fast, to avoid dehydration.
  • Iftar should be light so that it will be easier to pray Taraweeh.
  • Bulletproof Coffee before Taraweeh, for energy and satiety without the full stomach.
  • Regular low carb dinner.
  • Keto-friendly snacks in moderation.

Day One

Suhoor: Avocado Shake and Keto Tuna Sandwich (Keto Bread)
Iftar: Water and 1 piece Dates, Mushroom Soup
Before Taraweeh: Bulletproof Coffee (cream, butter, and coconut oil)
Dinner: Grilled Chicken, broccoli, nuts, and cheese.
Snacks: Dark Chocolate (75% above)

Day Two

Suhoor: Hot Cocoa, Scrambled Eggs and Beef Tapa
Iftar: Water and 1 piece Dates, Keto Nopas and Keto Puto
Before Taraweeh: Bulletproof Coffee (cream, butter, and coconut oil)
Dinner: Baked or Fried Fish and Broccoli
Snacks: Egg & Cheese Dip with Gouda Crisps

Day Three

Suhoor: Vanilla Chia Seed Cooler and Keto Chicken Sandwich
Iftar: Water and 1 piece Dates, Broccoli and Cheddar Soup
Before Taraweeh: Bulletproof Coffee (cream, butter, and coconut oil)
Dinner: Grilled/ BBQ Chicken, Broccoli, Cheese, and Nuts
Snacks: Keto Flourless Cake

Day Four

Suhoor: Hot Cocoa, Keto Tocino, Egg, and Broccoli Rice
Iftar: Water and 1 piece Dates, Cauli Caldo and Hard-boiled egg
Before Taraweeh: Bulletproof Coffee (cream, butter, and coconut oil)
Dinner: Keto Burger
Snacks: Nuts with baked olives and cheese.

Day Five

Suhoor: Vanilla Chia Seed Cooler, Keto Pancake, Beef Bacon and Eggs
Iftar: Water and 1 piece Dates, Vegetable Soup and Keto Empanada
Before Taraweeh: Bulletproof Coffee (cream, butter, and coconut oil)
Dinner: Chicken and Mozzarella Salad with Ranch dressing
Snacks: Low Carb Muhallabiah

Day Six

Suhoor: Avocado Shake, Keto Bread with Spinach Pesto and Feta Cheese
Iftar: Water and 1 piece Dates,Chicken Egg Drop Soup and Fathead Muffin Before Taraweeh: Bulletproof Coffee (cream, butter, and coconut oil)
Dinner: Grilled chicken, broccoli, and nuts
Snacks: Keto Popsicles

Day 7

Suhoor: Hot Choco and Beef and Turkey Lettuce Wrap
Iftar: Water and 1 piece Dates and Low Carb Taco Soup
Before Taraweeh: Bulletproof Coffee (cream, butter, and coconut oil)
Dinner: Fathead Pepperoni Pizza
Snacks: Keto Choco Mug Cake

I hope that this post will help you in your Keto journey. Remember that Ramadan only comes once a year, and we will be dry fasting for at least 14 hours. Don’t stress about staying Keto. Eat sensibly and you’ll be fine. We can always go back to strict Keto after Eid, InshaAllah. 

Allah subḥānahu wa ta'āla (glorified and exalted be He) knows our hearts and intentions.

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