Chili’s Low Carb Meals

By January 2, 2010 December 3rd, 2020 Camping and Travel

Staying away from starches can be hard when finding a restaurant. There is usually a a lack of choices from establishments when it comes to being able to eat out healthfully and within a budget.

A step closer to lower-starch dining bliss with the Guiltless Grills, Chili’s promises a lower calorie count, if not always a lower carbohydrate count.

For many folks, some of the Guiltless menu options are too high in starch, pushing into the 50+ carb range. But, there’s great news in terms of their guiltless Grill in the form of three particular dishes: the Guiltless Carne Asada, Guileless Cedar Plank Tilapia, and the Guiltless Grilles Salmon. Other options include main course, kids meals and sides.

  • The New Guiltless Cedar Plank Tilapia is a seasoned tilapia fillet tossed with house-made pico de gallo and a lime wedge. The fillet is cooked and served on a cedar plank.
  • The New Guiltless Carne Asada Steak Sirloin is flavored with our signature carne asada rub, flame-grilled and topped with house-made pico de gallo and a lime wedge.
  • Guiltless Grilled Salmon – An eight ounce salmon fillet lightly seasoned and seared to perfection.

Check the table below for some other low starch options.

Chili’s Truly Guiltless Items
Guiltless Carne Asada 5 net carbs
Guiltless Cedar Plank Tilapia 3 net carbs
Guiltless Grilled Salmon 5 net carbs
Triple Dipper Wings over Buffalo w/ Bleu Cheese 2 net carbs
Caesar Side Salad (Hold the Croutons) about 6 net carbs
Cup Chicken Enchilada 8 net carbs
Spicy Garlic & Lime Grilled Shrimp 7 net carbs
Chili’s Classic Sirloin 1 net carb
Pepper Pals Grilled Chicken Platter (kids) 4 net carbs

With choices for everyone of soups, to salads, to their latest Guiltless Grill, Chili’s is a place the entire family can visit for a great meal that won’t break the bank–and you don’t have to wear “stretchy pants.”

Maria Emmerich

About Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • Anonymous says:

    I just discovered pan fried walleye with “almond flour” at the St. Paul Grill. Don’t know how healthy it is, but interesting they used almond flour!!

  • Anonymous says:

    I always eat the half rack of ribs with no sauce and broccoli at Chili’s. I give the carrots to my husband. Very satisfying and delicious. Not sure how many carbs, but seems to work for me.