When we are trying to keepHealthy lunch and dinner, having nutritious but fun snacks on hand throughout the day is key. These mini indulgences are particularly helpful when it comes to following a strict low-carb diet, such as , paleo or Atkins.
With so many popular forms of a low-carb diet competing for your money, food brands have been working hard to deliver those fun-sized low-carb treats with fewer carbs than the classic bag of chips, cookies, or crackers. With so many new keto snacks, some great and some decidedly not, and with more shelves every week, we tried a lot of these new low carb snacks. Sometimes you need a delicious break from typical keto snacks like macadamia nuts, avocado, and hard-boiled or stuffed eggs.
Here are our favorite keto snacks to buy that can help you maintain a low-carb keto diet with good taste.
We’ve written about these full-flavored roasted chicken flavor locks before, and that’s because they’re deliciously delicious. Like a pork rind but better. Be careful, these are not a low calorie snack by any means, but if you’re trying to cut carbs and keep all the flavor, the Keto Friendly Flock is one of the best keto snacks. Available online in original, salt and vinegar and barbecue. A pack of eight will cost you $ 24 on the Flock website.
Read our full review of Flock Chips in Chowhound.
Chowhound general editor Joey Skladany swears by these tasty Duke’s sausages for a bold protein explosion in a rush. A perfect pre-workout snack option to suit a keto lifestyle, available in Original, Hatch Green Chili, Andouille, or Spicy. Amazon brings the mini sausage meat sticks to $ 9.50 a bag.
Sweetened with stevia, these sweet peach rings are a perfect low-glycemic film sweet to replace your Sour Patch or Gummy Bears watermelons and still satisfy your sweet tooth. This sweet keto snack contains just five net grams per serving and contains no corn syrup. Get a 1.8 ounce bag for under $ 5.
Cookies are one of the hardest, low carb snacks. A part of me wants to say, if you’re going to have a cookie, well then just have a cookie. But if it’s really a keto diet version you crave, my vote goes for HighKey’s keto chocolate chip cookie. I would compare this delicious keto snack with the famous Amos chocolate chip cookies with a buttery but not so crunchy flavor. But with just one gram of net carbs, they still taste better than Chips Ahoy. A three-bag package costs $ 14 on Amazon.
Light as a feather, quevos are low-carb chips made from avocado oil and egg whites and contain just three net carbs per 1 ounce bag. Sour cream and onion is the best flavor we’ve ever had with this keto snack, but airy bites also come in simple rancheros, salt and pepper, barbecue, cheddar, and quevos. A varied package of five bags costs $ 15 on Amazon.
This keto-friendly low carb cereal brings us back to Sunday mornings filled with cartoons from yesteryear, with fun flavors like Fruity (think Froot Loops), Cocoa, Blueberry and Frosted. With 12 grams of protein and just 3 grams of net carbs per serving, Magic Spoon makes it an easy breakfast or a guilt-free sweet keto snack in the evening. Get a varied package of four flavors for $ 39.
Read our full Magic Spoon review in Chowhound.
I have often wondered what it would be like to bite directly into a block of Parmesan. It probably wouldn’t work as well as I hope, but the next best option may be these keto friendly moon cheese bites. The garlic and parmesan flavor is supreme (in my opinion) and with just two net carbs per bag, they’re a snack idea that definitely won’t ruin your diet or keto-mentum. Three bags will cost you $ 15 at Amazon.
Is a drink a snack? We may never know, but Bai’s line of low calorie, low carb fruit drinks has been growing year after year. There are a few flavors, sweetened with the mix of stevia and erythritol in Bai’s money, that I’ve come to love, but teas, and especially the new (ish) Narino Peach Tea top my list. Perfect for those thirsty “mornings after” or when I just can’t get another can of mineral water down. Get 12 bottles for $ 24 at Amazon.
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