Keto Seasonings

Our List Of The Best Keto Seasonings

Nothing is worse than not knowing what is and isn’t ok to eat on a ketogenic diet while you’re on a weight-loss journey. Luckily, you can add spice and herbs no matter what you are confined to eating during your keto dieting! Just because you are on a diet doesn’t mean that your food has to be bland, bad or boring. Keto-friendly seasonings are much more common than you may think, and tasty too! 

Tasty food? Easy keto! 

There’s no need to sit and question what spices are allowed on a keto diet because here are our top 4 keto Seasonings spices. 

    • Dried Herbs & Spices

We’ve got great news! Not only are Dried Herbs & Spices a staple in every household and meal, but they are also ket friendly. These classic seasoning blends are easily found and delicious. The herbs with the lowest net carbs are coriander, basil, mint, thyme, tarragon, cinnamon and ginger but any dried herb is keto safe in small amounts. 

    • Garam Masala

Made with coriander, cumin, cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, it is no surprise this traditional savoury Indian spice blend makes the keto-friendly list. The earthy flavours of Garam Masala make it our number one go-to keto seasoning for chicken, but it also works wonderfully paired with vegetables, meat and fish. 

    • Chinese 5 Spice

A traditional spice blend from China, Chinese 5 Spice is a sweet and spicy seasoning that is used across a variety of Chinese cuisines. Generally containing a blend of cinnamon, fennel, cloves, peppercorns and anise Chinese 5 Spice is an excellent keto meat seasoning spice blend. This keto seasoning also pairs well with any Asian dish that you can dream of without threatening your diet!

    • Keto Taco Seasoning

Now, Keto Taco Seasoning may not be readily available in every supermarket but we’ve got a keto seasoning recipe that will scratch the taco seasoning itch without fail. Add one tablespoon of ground chile powder, one and a half teaspoons of ground cumin, one teaspoon of paprika and half a teaspoon of granulated garlic, granulated onion, dried oregano and salt with a pinch of pepper and you’ll have the best keto taco seasoning recipe at your fingertips. Keep it in a mason jar so that you can add it to your taco meat whenever you please. 

    • Is Saffron Keto?

Saffron lovers (check our store), we know you were hoping to see saffron at the top of our list of keto seasonings. While saffron is not strictly keto, it can be consumed in moderation in a keto diet. The good news is that saffron has 6.15g of net carbs per 10g serving and you only need a couple of threads of saffron per meal, whether it is a keto recipe or not! To put it in perspective, 1 gram of saffron is enough for approximately 150 servings so if 10g of saffron has a little too many cards, one serving of saffron will have next to none.

Bottom line? Add the saffron. Your tastebuds and body will thank you for it.