We are pleased to bring you a look inside The Charlie Foundation's pantry for information about healthy, ketogenic diet therapy friendly ingredients.


Dill Pickle and Avocado Relish

Grilled chicken and shrimp get a pop with this dill pickle & avocado relish — a creamy and bright condiment complement.



Asparagus is a low carbohydrate and is loaded with nutritients like vitamin K, B-vitamins, selenium, folate, vitamin C, and vitamin E. Learn how you can enjoy asparagus raw or cooked.


Red cabbage

Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and fiber. Owing to its high fiber and water content, it’s considered a low-carbohydrate vegetable and is delicious either raw or cooked. Red cabbage has additional nutrients called polyphenols. Learn more about the benefits of cabbage and try some tasty recipes here.

Charlie Chocolate Bites

Charlie Chocolate Bites

Put down that sugary granola bar and try these low-carb Charlie Chocolate Bites instead when you need a tasty, guilt-free snack!

The Charlie Bar

The Charlie Foundation has teamed up with Bariatrix Nutrition to create a healthy and delicious snack bar that contains only 2 grams of natural sugar and has no artificial ingredients.


Jicama Slaw

Switch up the typical side dish at your next cook out with this spicy, crisp, and cool jicama slaw.

Snap Peas

Snap Pea & Spring Onion Salad

Sugar snap peas are an edible pod-type of pea that are low in carbohydrate. Both the pod and the pea inside are tender and sweet. In a recipe provided by The Charlie Foundation, the sweet snap peas are a perfect combination with the salty, savory flavors of the dressing. For added fat and fiber, consider including diced avocado.

Spaghetti Squash 

spaghetti squash

This fall vegetable is a healthy alternative to pasta. This squash is also highly nutritious with Vitamins A, C, plus B vitamins, folate, potassium, and, the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, which can improve eye health.

Authored By: 
The Charlie Foundation for Ketogenic Therapies