This keto Cobb salad has all the elements: fresh vegetables, creamy avocado, crispy bacon, and more...

Nutritional values per serving: Kcal: 600; Protein: 20g | Fat: 55g | Net Carb: 4.8g

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  • Preparation Time

    10 minutes
  • Cooking Time

    16 minutes
  • Difficulty Rating

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  • Serves



  • 4 cherry tomatoes (100 g)
  • 1 Boiled Eggs (65 g)
  • Avocado, 1 avocado (158 g)
  • Lettuce, 1 cup shredded (47 g)
  • Arugula, 1 cup (28 g)
  • Chicken Breast, 2 oz (56 g)
  • Feta Cheese, 1 ounces (29 g)
  • Bacon, 2 slice (55 g), preferably uncured
  • Red Wine Vinegar, 1 tsp (5 g)
  • Table salt, 1/2 teaspoon (3 g)
  • Olive Oil, 3 tablespoon (45 g)


  1. Fry the bacon slices in olive oil (2 minutes each side approx.)
  2. Grill or pan-fry the chicken breast 6 minutes on each side approx.
  3. Dice the cherry tomatoes, the avocado, the feta cheese and slice the hardboiled egg. Clean and cut the arugula and lettuce.
  4. In a bowl combine, lettuce, arugula, tomatoes, then dress with vinegar, oil and salt.
  5. Place the eggs, avocado, chicken and bacon in horizontal rows on top of the greens.
  • Exchanges per Serving: 1⅓ Protein, 3 Fat, 1 Veg
  • Serving Size: 1 cup / 240 ml

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  1. Hi I’m also confused where it says serves 4. And then in the list of ingredients the amounts dont seem to some up to serve 4 people. For example..on the cob salad. It says 1 boiled egg. How can 4 people share 1 egg. And it says 4 cherry tomatoes. That would mean 1 extremely tiny baby tomato each? These ammounts dont seem right. That will be a very small salad? Can someone help me understand please lol

    • Hi, Jodieo. Just above the photograph, all the way to the right, you will see “Serves 4.” The tomatoes and egg are diced, so they can be spread out over four servings. Note that in keto recipes, sources of carbohydrate and protein (like tomatoes and eggs, respectively) are limited relative to sources of fat. Each serving of finished salad is about 1 cup (240 ml) – small, but rich.

    • Hi, noahbaby. Tomatoes and onions are significantly higher in carbohydrates than spinach, so it depends on the recipe (i.e., if there is enough fat to cover the extra carbohydrates to keep it keto). To which recipe are you referring – or is it a general question?

    • Hi, Paperback. We don’t work with calories here, but rather with meeting nutritional needs. I can tell you that a serving yields about 2 grams of available carbohydrates, 10 grams of protein, and 22 grams of fat.

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