Easy and Convenient Keto Diet Snacks Some Ideas
Here is a list of Keto Diet Snacks that can be kept close at hand in case hunger pains kick in. When following any diet it is always important to have plenty of suitable foods available and close by just in case you feel the need for a snack. This is particularly important with a low carb or ketosis diet as snack foods available in shops and convenience stores are generally made of high carbohydrate products, like bread, cookies and candies.
If you neglect to do this you may find that hunger will see you diving into the nearest cookie jar, or turning to a quick sandwich to combat the hunger pangs.
With this list of low carb snacks you need never be hungry.
Top 10 Keto Diet Snack Recipe Ideas
Here are 10 wonderful snack ideas from ket/low carb diet sites that are delicous and very low in carbs.
This very quick and easy low carb snack recipe is only 1 carb per serving and takes moments to make.
I love that this deviled egg recipe includes pieces of crispy bacon.
These crustless mini quiche bites make great keto diet snacks. They could be made in batches and stored in the freezer. Once out of the freezer they won’t take long to defrost.
These delicious keto snack ideas of mini pizza bites are only 3.8g of carbs per serving that seems like good value to me!
If you like smoked salmon you can find a great way to eat this without the usual high carb blinis or crackers. Because these are so pretty they could be served at a drinks party. Like many ketogenic diet snacks, this recipe contains cream cheese a really useful standby that you can keep n the fridge.
This cheese crisp recipe is delicious eaten plain on there own, but could also be used as with a low carb dip like guacamole. These are very simple to make as they only have two ingredients, cheese and paprika.
Delicious cream cheese pinwheels with salami. At less then 1g per pinwheel these make a perfect keto diet snack.
These make an ideal snack for anyone looking for something to satisfy a sweet tooth. Only 2g of carbs per cheese cake ball.
Once in the oven, these delicious pepperoni chips only take around 2 minutes to cook.
Perfect little bites of yummy goodness, these treats seem to be indulgent but only come in at 1 net grab per bite!
Low carb Snack List and Low Carb Gas Station Food Ideas
Here is a list of low carb snacks that are perfect to eat on a keto diet. These are all commonly found in supermarkets, some gas stations and stores.
Cheese – all types.
Nuts (in moderation)
Beef jerky, but watch the carbs as some brands can have high sugar levels.
Cold meats, chicken, ham or beef
Cold smoked mackerel
Easy Keto Snacks to keep in your refrigerator
Here is a list of keto diet friendly snacks that you can either make or buy to store in the refrigerator. Some items like boiled eggs can be made in batches that will last a few days. Either eaten just plain or made into salad or other recipes.
Hard boiled eggs either plain or made into egg mayonnaise
Cheese and pickles
Cottage cheese with celery, or other low carb salad vegetables
Cheese strings or sticks cheeses in general.
Smoked salmon with some cream cheese on cucumber, radish or celery slices.
Corned beef, egg salad, tuna rolled up in lettuce leaves.
Cold cooked roast meat e.g. chicken, beef, turkey, ham and pork.
Cold Charcuterie meats e. g. parma ham
Low carb dips made from either cottage cheese or cream cheese, together with a selection of low carb vegetables.
Low carb salad vegetables that you can make into a salad. Keep olive oil and vinegar to hand to quickly whip up a salad dressing.
Keto Diet Friendly Snacks to Keep in the Storecupboard
Beef jerky (watch out for the sugar content though)
Sugar free jelly
Pork scratchings (rinds) – if your teeth are up to it.
Tins of fish: red salmon, tuna, pilchards, sardines, fish roe.
Low carb soups e.g. consommé
Keto Diet Store Cupboard Ideas for Emergencies Only
The following are only suggestions for products you could put by in your store cupboard so you will allows have some keto diet snacks close by. I put these in the emergency category as they may be a good idea to keep some around if you are desperate but, these foods are not really recommended for day to day eating, this is because of the high salt and refinement of these products. However, I really feel it is better to eat these foods than high carb foods like cookies or bread if you intend to follow a low carb diet.
Tins of meat e.g ham, spam, chicken.
Tins of ready made foods like, beef stew, meat curry. Check for the amount of carbs on the label.
Low carb snack bars e. g. Atkins Bars (check the net carbs though).