Easy Low Carb Cauliflower Rice Stuffed Peppers (Great for Meal Prep)

These low carb cauliflower rice stuffed peppers are super easy to make and are awesome if you’re meal prepping lunches for the week!

If you’re eating a keto diet, bell peppers are a great way to get your veggies in.  At just 5 grams of net carbs per 100 grams, they make a great addition to your menu for the week!

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Our weeks start with planning and prep.  Meal planning is crucial for me to make sure I’m staying within a healthy carb range (I’m usually 20-30 or fewer grams of carbs per day these days – I’ve been eating keto for almost 6 months).  I make these stuffed peppers ahead of time and pack them in airtight glass containers (like these) with some spinach, almonds and olive oil on the side (lunches, done).

Easy Low Carb Cauliflower Rice Stuffed Peppers Great for Meal Prep


I love stuffed peppers because you can make them an entire meal (meatless Monday?) or use them as a side with something else (I pair them with a spinach salad; the hubs pairs them with some roasted chicken).

We almost always finish them off with a dessert, like these chocolate chip cookies!


We’ve been making stuffed peppers forever, but our previous recipes called for some sort of grain, like quinoa or rice (which we don’t eat anymore).  So, I had to come up with a stuffing that wasn’t a grain, filled the pepper well AND didn’t have a bazillion carbs.Easy Low Carb Cauliflower Rice Stuffed Peppers Great for Meal Prep

Cauliflower rice for the win.  I flavor it with olive oil, feta and Everything But the Bagel Seasoning and it’s delicious.  We use this seasoning on EVERYTHING – roasted chicken, in salads, in recipes…everything.  I have 3 backups in the pantry because we go through it like its water.


These peppers need to roast for like, 40 minutes.  To make the prep quick and easy I use frozen cauliflower rice.  You can totally make it ahead of time though, from scratch and just use that.  It ends up being around 12 oz needed for the recipe.

Some people cover their peppers when roasting – I don’t.  I like the little-charred edges myself, but if you don’t, just loosely cover it while baking.


The recipe is below!  If there’s a stuffing you like for your roasted peppers, drop it in the comments below – I’d love to feature it 🙂

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Low Carb Cauliflower Rice Stuffed Peppers
These low carb stuffed peppers are filled with cauliflower rice, flavored with garlic and feta. Great for grain free, keto and paleo eaters!
  1. Preheat oven to 400.
  2. Slice bell peppers in half and place on glass baking dish or cookie sheet lined with parchment paper
  3. Make frozen cauliflower rice according to instructions. You can also make your own cauliflower from scratch if you have time and don't want to microwave.
  4. Place cooked cauliflower rice in a large bowl and mix well with olive oil, feta, minced garlic, and any additional seasoning of your choice. We added a few shakes of Everything But the Bagel Seasoning from Trader Joe's.
  5. Spoon cauliflower rice mix evenly into the opened bell peppers until the entire batch is gone.
  6. Top with cheddar cheese and bake for 40-45 minutes. NOTE: I typically don't cover them, but some people choose to bake them covered. It's up to you!
Recipe Notes


SERVING SIZE: 1/2 pepper

MACROS:  152 calories | 11 g fat | 6 g protein | 5.75 g net carbs

Nutritional Info Disclaimer:  I am not a medical or nutritional professional.  I provide nutritional information for my recipes as a courtesy based upon the ingredients I'm using.  I encourage you to find a nutritional calculator you like best and calculate individual nutrition info based upon the ingredients you are using.  All carb counts are based upon total carbs unless otherwise noted.

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