meat and veg for dinner--scrambled eggs with veg for breakfast, salads for lunch...cheese and nuts for snacks--if you have bread-have real sourdough--actually better than whole grain.
snacks--choczero (choc. bar with 2 net carbs!!) zevia is sugar free, sweetened with stevia, soda, vitamin water zero is a good fruit juice replacement. Arizona makes a nice zero calorie green tea that is sweetened with stevia.
google chicken baseballs-eat them with a salad-each crescent roll is about 11 carbs
chili is low carb
you can make mashed cauliflower taste like potatoes--I add chicken bouillion (in the packets, some cream, butter)
make hot dogs into pigs into a blanket with crescent rolls.
I also agree that those diabetic recipes in magazines and books are ridiculous--they are high in carbs--but just tell you to eat this tiny portion.
be wary of sugar free products sweetened with maltitol-they have a laxative effect