Break out this low carb potato salad recipe for your next party! It’s sensational! Psst, spoiler alert: this low carb salads got ZERO actual potatoes in it!
Low carb recipes like this one are a rare find! While you still get the comfort of a classic, it’s been transformed into a healthier version! I love that!
This healthy recipes SO good, you won’t even miss the ‘tatoes! It’s the ideal low carb lunch ideas for cutting back on carbs or if you’re looking for lighter salad recipes!
Pair with: grilled meats, cooked veggies and good company!
Here’s why I can’t get enough of this low carb potato salad recipe:
- In under 30 minutes, you have a delicious meal or low carb side dishes ready to go!
- I love that there’s no actual potatoes in this salad, making it a fab low carb option!
- It’s light and fresh with the ideal combo of zesty salt (hellooooo, bacon!), sweet and crunchy!
- It has easy, simple ingredients! No complicated items here! Yahoo!
- It’s fun to add different garnishes and seasonings to it, such as: chives, paprika (regular or smoked), fresh parsley, celery salt, Old Bay seasoning, basil, thyme, etc. You could even make it spicy and add some Sriracha!
Here’s what you need to make this savory low carb potato salad recipe as soon as today!
Grab these ingredients to whip up this faux (but better!) low carb potato salad recipe:
Radishes: I’ve found these to be the GREATEST substitute for low carb potatoes! They boil up so nicely and are an awesome alternative to the real stuff! Drop that hot potato already!
Bacon Slices: Crumble up the bacon to make your own bacon bits! YUM.
Eggs: One whole egg has 6 grams of protein to fill you up! (And there are four in this recipe!)
Celery: gives this dish awesome crunch, while also helping your body with digestion and antioxidants!
Herbs: Fresh herbs are best but dried will work too! Use what you have! Don’t sweat it!
Regular Mayonnaise: You can swap the mayo for Greek yogurt too.
Mustard: Try different kinds such as: Dijon, whole grain mustard, spicy mustard or yellow mustard to sample different flavor profiles!
Also, don’t forget that you can include various add-in’s too. Here are some that I like to add into this low carb potato salad recipe (depending on what I have on hand and what sounds appeals to my tastebuds):
- Pickles (and/or its juice too!)
- Red Onion
- Cauliflower rice/heads
- Shredded cheese!
Pop this low carb potato salad recipe into the fridge for best healthy recipes results.
Can You Freeze This?
As with most cream-based sauces, this recipe isn’t the best freezer candidate. I suggest making a fresh batch next time you’re craving it!
Here’s some inspiration on how to make this low carb potato salad recipe your own signature dish!
Can I Add More Veggies?
Ooooh, adding more veggies is my fave in any kind of salad! Load up on the good stuff! Add whatever you feel would be a great addition or clean out the veg in your fridge!
Try adding the super veg, cauliflower, to make cauliflower potato salad. Another fun one is adding broccoli to make a broccoli cauliflower salad. Orrrrrr a personal summer favorite is adding artichoke to create this artichoke salad.
What Kind Of Meat Can I Mix In?
Mix in whatever kind of meat you like! Aside from the bacon already in the recipe, other great additions would be: steak (for all you steak and potato lovers out there), corned beef, chicken, or ham.
Can I Swap Dressings?
Yep! Swap the dressing to your liking, to what you have or to what you are currently craving! Some awesome suggestions are: this creamy, homemade ranch dressing (bacon + ranch = true love!) or lighter options of balsamic vinaigrette or Italian vinaigrette.
You really can’t go wrong with any of them!
Can I Add Cheese?
Can you add cheese?! Heck yes you can and you should! I love to add sour cream, cream cheese, cheddar or even cottage cheese to this dish.
If you are craving more cheesy salad options, break the boring salad routine and try this Greek chicken salad. Who said salad can’t be exciting and sassy?!
How Can I Add More Protein?
Aside from adding meat to the dish (which we discussed above) you can always add more EGGS! For a protein packed, eggcelent choice!
Can’t get enough hard-boiled eggs? Check out these recipes: deviled egg salad, egg salad with relish or classic egg salad recipe. They’ll satisfy your egg cravings and give a great oomph of protein to your diet!
Pro tip: Skip the boiling step and hard boil your eggs with an Instant Pot (if you have one!) They make incredible hard boiled eggs that are easily peelable, all within 10 minutes! I love to make a dozen at the beginning of the week and eat them all week long!
Low carb salads are refreshing, healthy and easy, here are some ideas to make asap:
- Greek Yogurt Chicken Salad
- Low Carb Taco Salad
- Chinese Chicken Salad
- Jalapeno Coleslaw
- Canned Chicken Salad
Low Carb Potato SaladPrint Recipe Pin Recipe
- 2 Lbs Radishes raw
- 8 Slices Bacon
- 4 Eggs
- 5 Scallions chopped
- 1/2 Cup Celery diced
- 2 Tablespoons Dill chopped, fresh
- 2/3 Cup Regular Mayonnaise
- 2 Tablespoon Mustard
- 1 Teaspoon Kosher Salt
- 1/2 Teaspoon Black Pepper
- Add raw radishes (2 pounds) to a pot of water and bring to a boil.
- Boil, uncovered, for 15 minutes, or until a fork inserted into the center feels tender.
- In another pot, add eggs (4), cover with water and bring to a boil.
- Once boiling, cover with a lid and remove from heat. Cook for 18 minutes while you prep the remaining ingredients.
- Meanwhile, cook the bacon (8 slices).
- Allow bacon to cool on a paper towel-lined plate, then crumble into small pieces.
- Once radishes are cooked, drain them and remove as much liquid as possible.
- Once eggs have cooked and cooled, peel and dice them.
- Add cooked bacon, radishes, eggs, diced celery (1/2 cup) and chopped scallions (5) to a large bowl.
- In a small bowl, combine regular mayonnaise (2/3 cup), mustard (2 tablespoons), chopped fresh dill (2 tablespoons), salt (1 teaspoon) and black pepper (1/2 teaspoon).
- Pour dressing over the salad ingredients, and toss until everything is thoroughly coated.
- Place salad in the fridge, allowing the ingredients to marry until you're ready to serve. (Best if chilled overnight, but a few hours will do). Enjoy!