The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, moderate protein, low-carb diet that claims to help you lose weight fast. Essentially, the basic rule of keto is that you need to restrict your carbohydrate intake to just 20-50g. The rest of your diet should be made up of fat (around 60-80%) and protein (around 10-30%). The #1 mistake people make on keto while eating keto recipes is not watching their overall kilojoule intake. Yes, high-fat foods like cheese, cream and butter are all common in keto recipes, but it’s easy to undo all your hard work by eating too many keto foods. The foods you can not eat during keto include grains like rice, pasta and bread, reduced-fat dairy, any sugars or lollies, juice, and starchy vegies.Below are some of our most popular keto recipes, including options for breakfast, dinner, vegetarian and even dessert (and they’re totally free)! Lots of these keto recipes include the top keto foods, including protein, full-fat dairy, healthy fats, nuts and seeds, low-carb vegetables and some fruits. If you want more information on the keto diet, including our nutrition editor’s Chrisy Freer’s expert opinion, check out our keto diet guide for beginners.