It's not necessary to eat the whole lot at one meal. Try spreading the carb load throughout your day.
- sugar free salsa with your eggs, a few slices of avocado and a dollop of sour cream
- sliced mushrooms, or spinach sauteed in butter with a little chopped onion or shallot, fold inside an omelet with shredded cheese and/or crumbled bacon
- salads can be more than just lettuce, y'know
.. add sliced cucumber, radishes, cabbage, jicama or bean sprouts, avocado, olives or sour pickle slices, and a handful of cherry tomatoes
- homemade soups with vegetables .. creamy broccoli or cauliflower with cheese (puree till smooth), clam chowder if you like, substitute diced cauliflower and chopped yellow peppers for the potatoes and corn respectively
- chili or stew with meat/chicken and chunky veggies from the list .. tomatoes, onion, celery, peppers etc
- use cooked spaghetti squash or spiralized zucchini as a noodle substitute topped with meat and/or sauce
- stir-fries with snowpeas, broccoli, peppers, sliced onion, bean sprouts etc
- crackslaw (bagged shredded coleslaw) ideas here .. https://forum.lowcarber.org/showthread.php?t=453302
- raw veggie sticks (celery, sweet peppers, jicama, daikon, belgian endives etc) with fatty dips .. sour cream, tuna/chicken/egg salad with mayonnaise, guacamole etc
- oil, vinegar & herb marinated veggies as side dish or snack: whole button mushrooms, artichoke hearts, blanched broccoli and cauliflower florets (or use frozen/thawed)
A lot of dishes I mentioned above, like soups and chilis .. can be made in a large batch, then store portions in the fridge or freezer to reheat for quick weekday meals. Saves a lot of time!
Hope that helps