Need something healthy low-carb keto diet snacks to munch on between meals?
Finding keto-friendly foods you can snack on throughout the day can be a challenge. Typical popular snack foods have too many carbs to be part of a keto diet plan. Let alone, they don’t necessarily help you meet your keto macros.
It’s a nutritional predicament many keto dieters face.
Except you, that is.
We have curated over a dozen low-carb snack options you’ll love to munch on keto.
They are healthy, delicious, and even portable for on-the-go.
If you need great munches to stick to your keto meal plan, be sure to include these 15 keto-friendly snacks.
So keep calm and snack on…
1. Blackberry Keto Smoothie Recipe
Smoothies are a convenient and delicious way to add more nutrients to your diet. This blackberry smoothie recipe is full of antioxidants and fiber. It’s also packed with a chuck full of other nutrients that can benefit your health.
If you’re looking for a quick keto snack recipe for on-the-go, this smoothie is perfect.
Per smoothie: 249 calories, 21.07 g fat, 11.26 g carbs, 3.55 g fiber, 6.23 g protein
2. Rolls Fried Zucchini Slices and Smoke Salmon
Looking for a tasty healthy keto snack recipe? Try these tasty little bites with fried zucchini and smoked salmon. Pairing a low-carb veggie with savory protein is a great way to make a weight-loss snack. And these zucchini rolls are a perfect example of that.
It’s flavorful, savory, yet low-carb keto.
It’s also one keto recipe that can double as a low-carb snack and also as an elegant keto appetizer at a dinner party.
3. Coconut Cream and Raspberries
Being on the keto diet doesn’t mean you have to ignore your body’s craving for ice cream. A bit of creativity, you can whip yourself high-fat, low-carb ice cream with 2 ingredients. Stir in a ¼ cup of raspberries with a ¼ cup of coconut cream, whip, and freeze. It’ll not only keep you under 5 net carbs but also satisfy your ice cream cravings.
This snack, with 17 grams of fat and 2 grams of protein, can be chilled for a quick-frozen keto treat.
4. Cashew Butter and Cacao Nibs
Cashew butter itself has been lauded as one of the healthier fats. Thankfully, it’s also a carb-friendly alternative to peanut butter.
A tablespoon of peanut butter is 6 carbs that knock it out of contention for this list. However, a tablespoon of cashew butter is only 4.4 grams of carbs.
Sprinkle some cacao nibs on top to satisfy a cookie dough craving without all the carbs and calories.
This delicious alternative will give you only 5 net carbs, 9 grams of fat, and 4 grams of protein.
5. Almond Butter and Celery
Those wanting to indulge in the popular snack, ants on a log may be heartbroken to find raisins off limit on keto.
With 22 grams of carbs in just an ounce, a handful of raisins can easily risk your hard-earned state in keto.
However, it isn’t the end of the world. There is a great alternative.
Two tablespoons of almond butter paired with two stalks of celery bring costs you only 5 net carbs. Not only that, it contains a healthy 17 grams of fat and 8 grams of protein in a single serving. If you are looking to jump-start the keto diet, give this filling snack a try.
6. A Handful Of Almonds
⅓ Cup of almonds is one of the more ideal snack choices for those on the keto diet. For those who prefer roasted almonds, it’s best to roast them in paleo-friendly oil. Other fixings and seasonings can be detrimental to your carb intake, so go without or go easy on them.
With 9 grams of protein, 24 grams of fat, and most importantly, only 5 net carbs, these nuts are a healthy keto choice.
Just be sure to refrigerate your almonds to keep them fresh!
7. Cucumber and Guacamole
Don’t let the keto diet take away the need for something crunchy.
A crunchy snack with only 5 net carbs, 21 grams of fat, and 2 grams of protein sounds too good to be true.
Luckily, there is a snack like that, and you’ll love every bite. It’s cucumber and guacamole.
One cucumber and a ⅔ cup of guacamole is a great keto-friendly alternative to chips and dip. Just slice up one cucumber and use it to scoop up the guacamole for a tasty keto-friendly treat.
8. BLT Without The Bread
It’s almost too good to be true that bacon is on any diet list. However, enjoying 3 slices of bacon, lettuce, and tomato will offer up 11 grams of fat, 9 grams of protein. And most importantly, 5 net carbs give a great keto-friendly alternative to the BLT.
Be sure to go without slices of bread to keep your carb counts low.
9. Nuts And Pistachios
Enjoy 1 cup of pecans, a ½ cup of pistachios, a ½ cup of hazelnuts, a ½ cup of walnuts, or a ⅔ cup of macadamia nuts for a keto snack.
All these nuts have two things in common:
They’re high in fat and only have 5 net carbs.
The fat content found in nuts and pistachios helps you feel full longer between meals. This satiety prevents unnecessary snacking, which can help in any weight-loss goal.
10. Blackberries and Avocados
A ½ cup of blackberries and a half an avocado might sound like an odd combination. But with 14 grams of fat, 3 grams of protein and 5 net carbs, it can help the body feel full while aiding in ketogenic goals. The blackberries can be swapped for raspberries as they contain the same net carbs.
11. Hard-Boiled Egg
Snacks With No-Carbs are the ultimate keto snacks.
Are you resorting to fasting the rest of the day after hitting your daily carb limit for the keto diet? Don’t let your need to be carb-free till the next day stop you from eating for the rest of the day.
Bacon, hard-boiled eggs, tuna, and salmon are healthy choices without carbs. They’ll keep your stomach full without the guilt of additional carbohydrates.
12. Pork Rinds
This low-carb snack has virtually zero carbs and full of fat, making it a perfect keto food to snack on.
If you’re craving a crunchy snack, pork rinds will really hit the spot.
It’s literally the best crunchy snack you can have on keto.
But there is a catch.
Avoid flavors like barbecue as they can contain loads of sugars. Be sure to read labels for added ingredients!
13. Cold Cut Meat – Pepperoni, Salami Slices
Cold cut meat is another one of those perfect keto snacks. They’re low in carbs and high in fat and protein.
Since eating bread is a no-no on the keto diet, you can use thin slices of cold meat instead to make bread freerolls.
Pair with your favorite cheese or olives to add more YUM factors!!
Just be on the lookout for added sugar. A good rule of thumb is to avoid anything titled “sweet”, “honey”, etc.
14. Full Fat Cheese
I always joke with friends when they ask me about the keto diet. I always tell them “if you love cheese, then you’ll love the keto diet”.
Seriously, it’s a true statement in my opinion.
When you are on a keto diet, you are almost bound to eat a meal that has cheese.
And it’s not just one kind of cheese.
You can eat many kinds of cheese on keto.
String cheese, parmesan, Laughing Cow cheese wedges (my favorite), just to name a few.
You can also buy your favorite pre-sliced cheese or slice your own cheese ahead of time for on the go keto snacks.
Always stick to full-fat cheese for keto.
15. Deviled Eggs
Looking for a tasty, fast, low carb, protein-filled snack? Try these deviled eggs! They are egg-citingly irresistible!
It’s also nice to know that they make a perfect party appetizer. If you master making deviled eggs for your keto snacks, you’ll nail them at your next dinner party too!
If you get tired of the same old deviled eggs, you can also dress it up with a dash of paprika, slices of jalapeno, and such.
16. Coconut yogurt
Yogurt is a great source of protein and healthy fat, making it the perfect healthy low-carb keto snack.
It’s a rich source of probiotics, which can support healthy digestive function.
It’s one keto snack even vegetarian keto or pescatarian keto eaters can enjoy.
As always, stick to full fat and be sure to go for non-sugar varieties.
Top them pumpkin seeds, a dash of cinnamon, and your favorite keto sweeteners to make it your own!