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Index of South Beach Diet Phase One Recipes Featured on Kalyn’s Kitchen

Recipes on these pages are South Beach Diet Phase One Recipes I’ve cooked and featured on Kalyn’s Kitchen. (All Phase One recipes are Low-Carb and/or Low-Glycemic and some are Keto.  These recipes are Grain-Free, which makes them Gluten-Free, and many can be Paleo or Whole 30 approved.)There’s now a South Beach Diet Phase One Photo Index!

You can find Phase One Recipes from other blogs in the South Beach Diet Phase One Monthly Recipe Round-ups.

Use the Recipes-by-Diet-Type Photo Index Pages to find more recipes for a particular diet.)

Phase One Recipes for Appetizers, Dips, Lettuce Wraps, Salsa, Sauces, and Snacks

Phase One Breakfast Recipes

Phase One Recipes with Beef, Pork, or Lamb

Phase One Recipes with Chicken, Turkey, or Turkey/Chicken Sausage

Phase One Dessert Recipes

Phase One Recipes with Fish and Shellfish

Phase One Salad and Salad Dressing Recipes

Phase One Soup, Stew, or Chili Recipes

Phase One Vegetable and Side Dish Recipes

Phase One Recipes for Vegetarian Main Dishes, Main Dish Salads, Side Dishes, Soups, and Side Salads

(I can make mistakes, so if anyone finds a recipe on these pages that doesn’t seem to be phase one, I’d appreciate you letting me know in a comment.)

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79 comments on “Index of South Beach Diet Phase One Recipes Featured on Kalyn’s Kitchen”

  1. Hi. The link for Phase I desserts doesn’t seem to work. Could you repost? Thanks! Love your recipes!

  2. Melissa, congrats on the baby, and so glad my blog has been helpful!

  3. I just have to say thank you. I am starting SBD tomorrow for the third time, after having my third child 6 months ago. After every pregnancy, I've gone on SB to lose the baby weight and it's worked great. But I never could have done without your website. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  4. I have just stumbled upon this website and I can say you have saved my diet or I should say life. I am a struggling SBDieter and still have 80 pounds to go. I like the comments you add after each recipe as they answer the questions that I have. Thank you so much for the work that you do here. Penny

  5. I have just stumbled upon this website and I can say you have saved my diet or I should say life. I am a struggling SBDieter and still have 80 pounds to go. I like the comments you add after each recipe as they answer the questions that I have. Thank you so much for the work that you do here. Penny

  6. Jen thanks, and good luck with South Beach.

  7. I'm so excited! My husband and I are starting South Beach tomorrow. I am headed to the grocery store tonight to prepare. I'm so glad I found your blog!!

  8. Becoming Skinny, wishing you all the best. It will work if you stick to it!

  9. I am so glad I found this blog! I am starting the South Beach Diet because I am sick of being heavy. Thanks for the recipes so I don't have to worry about eating the same thing for the duration of the phases. I have already tried the cauliflower and goat cheese. I am going to try the bok choy sauce tonight.

    I decided to start a blog to monitor my progress. Here is the site http://becominskinny2012.blogspot.com/


  10. Hi Donna,
    Sounds like your food restrictions are very challenging. I'm sorry to be discouraging but I don't think that is something I can really answer or help you with. You are probably the only one who can look at a recipe and tell whether it will work with the limitations you have. I do wish you luck with it though.

    The blog does have a search bar that will search by ingredient, so you can enter a combination of ingredients you can have and you will find recipes that have those ingredients. (They may have other things that you can't eat though; it depends on the recipe.) But that might help.

  11. Hi Kaylyn! I have some health issues that limit my food choices severely.

    I can't eat sugar, gluten, cruciferous veggies, beans & I have to combine foods no starches w/meat ie: meat & potatoes to keep my stomach from being torn up.

    I've become very bored w/my limited diet. Even gluten free diets include sugar, beans & cruciferous veggies.

    Your recipes look good, but, can they be adjusted to accommodate my dietary issues?


  12. Alina, thanks so much for letting me know you're enjoying the blog. And great hearing from someone so far away!

  13. Dear Kalyn, I absolutely love your recipes, you have been a huge help for me during my South Beach diet phases! Just want you to know that you have a big big fan in…Romania! Your recipes are so delicious that even my husband is in love with them, lucky me 🙂
    Thank you so much for your work and for sharing it with us!


  14. Ronnie, that's great; congratulations!

  15. Thanks for the tip on your recommedned toaster oven. Love your recipes and I'm giving you credit for my 10 pound weight loss!!

  16. Ronnie, always fun to hear from someone whose tastebuds are aligned with mine. My toaster oven is an Oster, model 6058-126-001. (I've had it quite a few years so you might not be able to find that model now, but it has a convection and regular oven both.) Here is a post that shows the toaster oven I have if you want to check it out. Several people in my family have this same one and love it.

  17. Kalyn, I love this website – our taste in food is melding perfectly. I notice you often use a toaster oven – could you recommend a model??

  18. Kris, goad it's helpful for you!

  19. This is a great collection of recipes, thank you very much!

    I find it really difficult sometimes finding recipes online, having so many in the same place really helps a lot. Thanks!

  20. Thanks for that nice feedback, and good for you! I'm glad my blog is helpful.

  21. I have struggled for years and just couldnt really lose until SBD. First week almost killed me until I found your recipes. Even my boyfriend is loving them and he needs SBD more than me to bring down his triglicerides. You have been our saviour. 27 down 1/3 to the goal.

  22. I highly recommend buying the book to help you understand what foods to eat and why. The newest book, SBD Supercharged has expanded lists of allowable foods. If you're talking about breakfast for phase one, there are some ideas in the comments on the recipe archives page for Eggs.

  23. Hi Kalyn

    I'm a SBD newbie and just started Phase 1. I found your website very helpful. I haven't bought the book yet, not sure if I should. The only thing I found difficult to keep up is breakfast – is there something else I can eat besides eggs?

  24. Leslie, the photo at the top of this page is Baked Pesto Chicken. You can use that link to find the recipe.

  25. Kalyn, that photo looks delicious! Where can I go to get the recipe or see what it is?

  26. Donna, there are recipes for all phases on the blog. First, remember that every phase one recipe can be used for all phases. Second, check the recipe archives on the right hand side where recipes are categorized by ingredient, by category, and by cooking method. There is even a page for crockpot recipes.

    You can also use the search bar to enter the ingredients you have and you'll get a list of the recipes on the blog that have those ingredients. Every recipe tells what phase I feel it is okay for right after the recipe.

  27. It's nice to find a source of recipes that follow the South Beach Diet. However, I'm a very busy mom, and make ready use of my crock pot at least twice a week and am having trouble finding good South Beach ok recipes. Am in phase 1 right now. But would love ideas for all phases. Can you help?

  28. I don't know whether you have access to a microwave for lunch, but I always used to take soup, stew, or chili dishes for lunch and reheat at school. My favorite phase lunch ever was <a href="Taco Salad</a>, This might be a good idea for a post; I will give it some more thought.

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