Keto Bacon Chicken Zucchini Noodles — Only 6 Ingredients!

Bacon is always a crowd pleaser, and when you throw it into zucchini noodles, everyone will be asking you to make these again! I’m going to start this recipe by saying a few things: 1. You’re probably not going to like this dish. I personally do not like zucchini noodles. They’re mushy, and they don’t have much flavor, aside from the saltiness of the bacon. 2. You don’t have to use bacon. You can use any kind of meat and/or vegetables you want to. 3. This is NOT keto friendly. It’s not low carb, or even low calorie. However, I’m going to share a few tips for adding in a few low carb friendly ingredients

Even the most dedicated keto dieters know that they can’t rely on traditional bacon to make their dishes taste amazing. Instead, they need to find a way to get that smoky, fatty flavor into their more health-conscious dishes. Enter: Keto Bacon Chicken Zucchini Noodles (pictured above)!

These Keto Bacon Chicken Zucchini Noodles are so simple and easy to make that I’m surprised they’re not used more often. They’re like a keto version of Italian-style white sauce spaghetti and also contain a lot of those “untraditional keto ingredients” such as avocado, onion, bacon, and chicken.

These Keto Bacon Chicken Zucchini Noodles are a crowd-pleaser since they’re healthy, easy, and fast. These zucchini noodles, which combine pesto, bacon, and chicken, are a tasty and nutritious alternative to carb-heavy spaghetti. The greatest thing is that it only only 6 ingredients and is very easy to prepare!


We’ve been trying to include more healthy supper choices and reduce our intake of carbs recently. This spaghetti replacement is a hit with my kids as well! Zucchini noodles, often known as zoodles, are a simple dish to prepare. There are many instruments available on the market. I was given a spiralizer a few years ago and have been using it ever since!

What is the purpose of a spiralizer?

The spiralizer is a low-cost gadget that transforms fresh vegetables into fake noodles (zoodles, if you will). I have a KitchenAide and the KitchenAide attachment was given to me as a gift. It’s fantastic and very user-friendly. Spiralizing isn’t only for carb-averse people; everyone from home cooks to restaurant chefs is doing it.


What exactly is a Zoodle?

Zucchini noodles are sometimes known as zoodles. These zoodles are a fantastically fresh and nutritious spaghetti substitute. They’re a fun way to incorporate more veggies into our diets, particularly for our kids.

What is the shelf life of spiralized zucchini noodles?

We use a paper towel to line a big plastic or glass storage container after spiralizing the zucchini. Place your noodles in the container, cover with a lid or cellophane, and refrigerate. They’ll last for two to three days in the fridge.


Keto Bacon Chicken Zucchini Noodles Ingredients

  • 5 spiral-cut zucchinis
  • Pesto with basil
  • Bacon
  • Chicken breasts, boneless and skinless
  • Packet of Italian Dressing
  • Parmigiano-Reggiano

Keto Bacon Chicken Zucchini Noodles Recipe:

To begin, fry the bacon according to the package instructions and put it aside. Placing bacon on a baking sheet and baking it in a COLD oven is a wonderful and simple method to prepare it. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. The bacon will take 18-22 minutes to cook, depending on how crispy you want it. This is a technique I use all the time so I don’t have to worry about it on the burner.

Wash the zucchini after that. The zucchini should next be sliced in half width-wise. I chopped mine in half since it’s the only way they’d fit in our spiralizer. (Adjust this step to suit your spiralizer.)

Set aside after you’ve spiralized all of your zucchini.

Using a tablespoon of oil, heat a pan over medium heat. Place your chicken on the pan to be cooked after it has heated up. Before turning the chicken breast, season it with Italian seasoning. After flipping, season with the remaining spice and cook until done. Place the chicken on a chopping board.


Toss all of the zucchini into the sauce pan after the chicken has been removed from the skillet. There’s no need to clean it since the chicken tastes are perfect for the zoodles. Continue to cook the zucchini noodles over medium heat, tossing and turning occasionally. They get softer as they simmer longer. Cook until the zoodles are al dente, but still somewhat crunchy, about 5-7 minutes.


When the zoodles are done, add the pesto and mix to combine. Pour in the diced bacon and stir to combine.

Take the pan off the heat and put it on a serving dish. Chicken with grated parmesan cheese on top. Serve immediately.


This keto bacon chicken zucchini noodles meal is a great way to switch up your pasta routine. I typically have all of the ingredients on hand, so this is a go-to recipe for me. My children and hubby both like it. If there are any leftovers, it’s delicious warmed! Make our Broccoli and Bacon Salad to go with your zoodles if you’re looking for even more green, and since you’ve already cooked some bacon!

15-minute prep time

Time to cook: 20 minutes

35-minute total time


  • 5 spiral-cut zucchinis
  • 1/2 cup pesto (basil)
  • Bacon (1/2 pound)
  • 3 tiny chicken breasts, boneless and skinless
  • 1/2 Packet Italian Dressing
  • Parmigiano-Reggiano (Garnish)


    1. Cook bacon according to package directions or the method outlined in the last article. Remove from the equation.
    2. The zucchini should then be sliced in half lengthwise and spiral cut into a basin or plate and put away.
    3. Heat a tablespoon of oil in a pan over medium heat.
    4. Place the chicken on the pan after it has heated up.
    5. Before flipping the chicken breast, season it with Italian seasoning. After turning, season with the remaining spice and continue to cook until done.
    6. Place the chicken on a chopping board and cut it into bite-size pieces.
    7. In the same sauce pan where you cooked the chicken, toss in the zucchini.
    8. Zucchini should be cooked for 5-7 minutes.
    9. Mix in the pesto with the zucchini.
    10. Stir in the crumbled bacon.
    11. Remove the pan from the heat and add the chicken.
    12. Serve right away with grated parmesan cheese on top.

Information about nutrition:



Size of Serving:

1 tbsp. per serving 467 calories 37g total fat 11g Saturated Fat 0g trans fat 27g of unsaturated fat 141 milligrams of cholesterol 832mg sodium 11g Carbohydrates 3 g of fiber 5 g sugar 54 g protein

(Nutritional information is an estimate that may vary depending on cooking techniques and ingredient brands utilized.)

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It all started when I wanted to use up some zucchini from my garden over the weekend. That’s when I realized I had two other zucchini recipes saved in my recipe box: Bacon Chicken Bacon Zucchini Noodles and Chicken Bacon Zucchini Noodles . Since I already had a bag of zucchini noodles in my fridge, I decided to combine them. Here’s what I came up with:  Keto Bacon Chicken Zucchini Noodles (Only 6 Ingredients!) I used ground chicken in my zucchini noodles for the chicken version. The other two versions I used ground beef. You can use just ground beef for this recipe, or if you prefer a more traditional Asian dish, you can use. Read more about keto chicken alfredo with zoodles and let us know what you think.

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Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.