Mexican food is my favorite. I love the spice, rice, beans, and burritos. With that being said none of that is keto friendly. So for a long time I stopped eating mexican food until I learned to research deeper on what was actually keto friendly.
Believe it or not Chipotle has quite a few keto options. Before I get to my favorite keto bowls I wanted to share with you the macros for Chipotle food items. Your macros are the core of keto so it is important you know the carb amount in their keto approved items.
- Chorizo – 1g
- Sofritas – 6g
- Carnitas – 0g
- Steak – 0g
- Chicken – 0g
- Barbaca – 0g
- Cheese – 1g to 2g
- Guacamole – 2g
- Tomatillo Red Chili Salsa – 3g
- Tomatillo Green Chili Salsa – 4g
- Fresh Tomato Salsa – 0g
- Romaine Lettuce – 1g
- Fajita Vegetables: – 3g
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There are more than enough food options to create a nice lunch or dinner. This really comes in handy when you are at the office or on vacation. When everyone else around you is eating what the heck ever, you don’t have to worry about breaking keto 💪
My favorite bowl
I tend to stick towards the higher fat options. I train in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as well as hitting the gym a couple days a week. So for the higher fat keeps me full even post workouts a lot of the times.
- Carnitas: 210 calories, 12g fat, 0g carbs, 23g protein
- Lettuce: 10 calories, 0g fat, 2g carbs, 1g fiber, 1g protein
- Green Chili Salsa: 15 calories, 0g fat, 4g carb, 0g fiber, 0g protein
- Cheese: 100 calories, 7.5g fat, 1g carb, 0g fiber, 6g protein
- Guacamole: 230 calories, 22g fat, 2g net carb, 2g protein
Sometimes I double up and get 2 different meats as well as doubling up on the guacamole just depends on how hungry I am. I usually have leftovers however.
There are quite a few options for you to enjoy while staying keto. I hope you enjoyed my article. Feel free to smash that share button and good or bad throw a comment below.
Keto on my fellow keto goers