Low-Carb and Keto Corned Beef Recipes
Here are Low-Carb and Keto Corned Beef Recipes, with amazing ideas for cooking corned beef or using leftover corned beef! And you can use corned beef from the deli for the leftover corned beef recipes if you prefer!
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Corned Beef is the classic Irish-American dish that many people enjoy during March, and this collection of Low-Carb and Keto Corned Beef Recipes will give you tips for cooking corned beef and plenty of options for using leftover corned beef if you’re lucky enough to get some!
I love this time of year because in the U. S. corned beef and cabbage go on sale and I love them both, never mind that the way Americans cook them together isn’t that authentically Irish. For years I made Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage for my slightly-Irish dad for St. Patrick’s day (along with Brown Irish Soda Bread, which is most definitely not low-carb, but my dad wanted it every year!)
Now I usually make Instant Pot Corned Beef, and I’m pretty sold on that method! This post has tasty ideas for leftover corned beef from Kalyn’s Kitchen and around the web, and if you like corned beef I bet you’ll find more than one idea here that appeals to you! Just click any recipe title to see the complete recipe on the blog that posted it, and enjoy the corned beef everyone!
How to Cook Corned Beef:
There are multiple methods for cooking corned beef but I recommend you make this Instant Pot Corned Beef with Creamy Horseradish Sauce from Kalyn’s Kitchen. You’ll be glad you did!
Or if you want to see some other options for pressure cooked corned beef, check out The BEST Instant Pot Corned Beef Recipes on Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker. (Some recipes in that collection may have higher-carb veggies or bread; obviously skip those for low-carb.)
If you don’t want to use the Instant Pot, you can’t go wrong with Slow Cooker Corned Beef from Kalyn’s Kitchen. I also love this with that horseradish sauce! (You can skip the carrots for lower carbs.)
For more slow cooker corned beef inspiration, check out The BEST Slow Cooker Corned Beef Recipes on Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker! (Some recipes there may not be low carb, but most can easily be adapted to be low carb just by eliminating potatoes and carrots.)
Recipes to use Leftover Corned Beef:
When I have leftover corned beef I always make this Low-Carb Reuben Bake. If you like Reuben Sandwiches, this has all those flavors!
Any time you’re lucky enough to have some leftover corned beef, these Reuben Sandwich Cabbage Cups are a creative way to use it!
For a quick and easy dinner with leftover corned beef, you can’t go wrong with this Fried Cabbage with Corned Beef.
Leftover Corned Beef Soup is another reason to make sure you’ve got plenty of leftover corned beef and I’ve updated this recipe so you can make it in the Instant Pot or on the stove!
More Low-Carb Ideas for Leftover Corned Beef:
- Low-Carb Fathead Reuben Calzone ~ Sugar-Free Mom
- Corned Beef and Cauliflower Hash ~ I Breathe I’m Hungry
- Low-Carb Reuben Stromboli ~ All Day I Dream About Food
- Reuben Chopped Salad ~ Peace Love and Low Carb
- Crispy Corned Beef Hash with Radishes ~ I Breathe I’m Hungry
Want Even More Low-Carb Options for St. Patrick’s Day?
- Low-Carb and Keto Irish-Inspired Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
- Low-Carb and Keto Cabbage Recipes ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
- Slow Cooker Corned Beef Recipes ~ Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker
- Instant Pot Corned Beef Recipes ~ Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker
Are you cooking special food for St. Patrick’s Day? Tell us in the comments about what you’ll be making!
8 Comments on “Low-Carb and Keto Corned Beef Recipes”
The recipes look wonderful, but there is never any leftovers when I make corned beef! My husband would sneak in the kitchen and make sure!
Yes, I know what you mean about that!
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Duh, I just found this. Please ignore my last question. Thank you for your recipes and work.
Glad you found it; hope you enjoy!
The best place to ask questions is here on the blog, where they come to my e-mail and I always make an effort to answer promptly. On Facebook and Twitter I do try to respond to questions, but sometimes I miss them because things go by so quickly there. I didn't see a question from you or I would have responded.
Thanks for including one of my recipes in this great round-up. I'm just waiting for corned beef to go on sale in a couple of weeks, so I can buy a few pieces and start cooking!
Lydia, it is on sale now in Utah!