Keto Snacks That Won’t Kick You Out Of Ketosis

47 Healthy Keto Snacks That Won’t Kick You Out Of Ketosis

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Here are two snack lists to help you on-the-go:

The Ready-To-Eat Keto Snack List:

  • Beef Jerky – Make sure the brand you choose is no- or very low-carb with very few added ingredients. Be wary of anything with added sugars, as that will kick up the carb content.
  • String cheese – Make sure it’s the full-fat version without added carbs or other fillers.
  • Nuts or nut butters and seeds – Remember some nuts are fairly high in carbs (like peanuts, cashews, and pistachios). Stay away from any nut butters that have added polyunsaturated oils or “vegetable oils.” Choose higher fats choices, such as almonds or macadamia nuts, and seeds high in omega 3s like flaxseed and chia.
  • Stevia sweetened dark chocolate – If not sweetened with stevia, make sure it’s at least 80% cocoa content or higher, as the carbs can add up quickly otherwise.
  • Seaweed snacks – Make sure there aren’t any added ingredients that contribute extra carbs. Also make sure there aren’t weird flavors or massive amounts of oils in these. They can be added as an extra crunch that you can sometimes miss on keto!
  • Laughing Cow cheese wheels – Choose the full-fat versions. Try to get real cheese if you can, but these in a pinch if you need convenience.
  • Cacao nibs – These are a nice low-carb alternative to chocolate chips! They have the same type of crunch, are way more nutrient dense, and very low carb. Watch out though, you can definitely overdo these.
  • Avocados – GREAT choice because they’re a whole food and very easy to eat “as is.” Just add a little salt and pepper and you’re golden. Maybe even a little olive oil in that perfect hole in the middle.
  • Sardines – Not only do these provide a healthy dose of fat and other nutrients, they’re also zero carb. This is highly recommended by keto-gurus, Dom D’Agostino and Tim Ferris.
  • Pork rinds – Use as a crunchy no-carb alternative to crackers or chips. Many of these are low quality and fried with nasty oils.

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  • Pepperoni slices – These are highly processed, so limit them and try to find organic and hormone-free if possible. Great paired with a high-fat cheese.
  • Iced coffee – Drink it black (no added sugars) or only with full-fat milk or cream or MCT oil powder.
  • Kale chips – If buying these, look for no added sugars—or make them yourself at home using coconut oil, lard, or ghee.
  • Quest Bars – Keep these to a minimum and as a last resort, such as if you’re traveling and left without anything else. While they’re low-carb due to erythritol as a sweetener, they’re also processed with a few weird ingredients so keep them for emergencies.
  • NuGo Smarte Carb Cars – Contain 2 grams of net carbs per bar. Like the Quest bars, you’ll want to only eat these as a treat and not buy often.
  • Sugar-free Jello or popsicles – Limit these for special occasions, as they’re highly processed and provide no added health benefit.
  • Macadamia Nuts – One of the most keto friendly nuts. Packed with wonderful high fats. Careful! Can be super easy to overeat. Find raw macadamia nuts here in easy to travel with mini packs.
  • Cherry Tomatoes – Don’t over do these as the carbs can pile up, but a great grab and go handful when in a pinch.
  • Olives – Great right out off the olive bar if you can find one! Just try to make sure they don’t have any other oils but olive oil in them.

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The Homemade Keto Snack List:

  • Veggie sticks – Slice your favorite keto-friendly veggies and store in the fridge so they’re easy to grab and go. You could dip these in homemade guacamole or eat with full-fat cheeses.

  • Bacon – Cook some ahead of time to have on hold for snacks on the go.

  • Fat bombs – Stuffed with healthy fats and so easy to make at home! Try Macadamia Nut Fat Bombs, Peaches & Cream Fat Bombs, Mocha Fat Bombs, or Anti-Inflammatory MCT Fat Bombs. Store in the freezer right after making, then keep in a travel cooler until ready to eat.

  • Cheese dips or fondues – Enjoy with keto-friendly veggies.

  • Pizza or taco rolls – Use baked full-fat cheese as the “wrap” and fill with pizza or tacos meats and spices.

  • Keto chips – Make them from cheddar cheese baked in a dished until crispy, then cut up into chip triangles.

  • Low-carb finger food sandwiches – Use something grain-free as the “bread,” such as cheese, lettuce, spinach, or hormone-free deli meat.

  • Cold cuts meats and cheese – Just simply roll a healthy lunch meat around a full-fat cheese. This works well for a quick snack or party appetizer.

  • Devilled or hard-boiled eggs 
  • Steak strips

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  • Cauliflower crust pizza bites or calzones – If you haven’t tried a cauliflower crust yet, you’re basically still living in the dark ages.

  • Flaxseed Crackers 
  • Keto fries
  • Superfood Meatballs

  • Bacon-wrapped anything –  Ideas could be mozzarella sticks, jalapeno poppers, asparagus, or beef. This is a popular one for parties. Try the bacon-wrapped asparagus.

  • Lettuce wraps – Wrap your favorite meat and low-carb spices in some lettuce leaves .

  • Keto paté – Make a quick spreadable paste with meat and cream cheese to put on veggies or keto-friendly crackers.

  • Buffalo Bites – Use something grain-free as the “bread,” such as cheese, lettuce, spinach, or hormone-free deli meat.

  • Salad – You really can’t go wrong with low-carb vegetables, especially with mixed greens as the base. Add some bacon bits, hard-boiled egg, and/or parmesan cheese. Use a homemade full-fat keto dressing or something simple like extra virgin olive oil.

  • Bone Broth – Sip on some anti-inflammatory bone broth when you want something low-calorie and comforting.

  • Berry ice cream – Berries should be eaten in very limited quantities, but this could be a good option for a treat or entertaining. Just blend up your favorite frozen berries with some coconut cream or heavy cream to form a healthy keto-friendly ice cream.

  • Chocolate mousse – Mix heavy cream with some cocoa powder and a little vanilla for an easy mousse. Add some stevia, if needed.

  • Cauliflower ice cream

  • Homemade popsicles

  • Keto cookies

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