Spring is the perfect time for the refreshing taste of mint in all its forms, whether it’s used to add a cooling touch to a classic cocktail, a burst of flavor to a crisp salad, or a little lightness to decadent chocolate.
This versatile herb is a favorite in kitchens all over the world, prized for its distinctive aroma and fresh taste. In this article, we’ll share some of our favorite low-carb mint recipes. Grab a handful of fresh mint leaves and let’s get cooking!
“This sugar-free low-carb mint chocolate chip fudge has only 0.7 grams net carbs per square. It’s a sweet treat that can be enjoyed by those on a keto diet.”
“These homemade sugar-free copycat thin mint cookies taste like the real thing, but our keto version uses healthy ingredients to make a delicious mint chocolate classic cookie without all the sugar and carbs! This favorite cookie has just 3 g net carbs!”
“Don’t skip the fresh herbs. They brighten the entire dish! The tangy, sweet, and earthy flavors of the salad are enhanced and elevated by the fragrant dill and mint.”
“Here comes the Peaches and Cream Mocktail — the brainchild of my oldest son, who told me he wanted, “A peach smoothie but not a smoothie.”
We played around a little and the Peaches & Cream Mocktail was born. It’s lightly sweet and super creamy, the perfect refreshing and hydrating drink on a hot summer day.”
“A Minty Green Protein Smoothie that is dairy-free and low-carb is the perfect way to start the day!”
“Spring unfurls an abundance of fresh, snappy produce in every shade of green. Keeping seasoning simple & light allows this salad’s crispy flavors to shine.”
Quinoa is not a truly low-carb ingredient, but if you’re going to choose one starch, it’s a great one.
“Fresh mint and crunchy pistachios throughout this quinoa dish make an impressive and stunning side dish. This side dish easily compliments fish, chicken, beef or can stand alone for a simple vegetarian meal by adding more vegetables.”