Do you often find yourself craving the worst things while you are dieting? Saying things like, ” the things I’d do for a cookie!” or ” If only I had more snack options!” Don’t worry; you are not alone. You are going to want to snack. If you are on the Keto diet, it may be hard to find something satisfying to snack on that has little to no carbs and doesn’t take you out of ketosis. These delicious Keto snacks will keep you losing weight while on your Ketogenic diet! The recipes are easy to follow, and most can be taken on the go.
Delicious Keto Snacks
These keto snack recipes are so yummy, easy to make, and satisfy all those “naughty” food cravings you may have throughout the day. Yes, even chocolate brownies! Remember it’s a mindset and lifestyle change. You got this!
Pork Rind Nachos
Because who doesn’t like pork rinds?!
Macros: 270 calories, 17 grams of fat, 1 gram of carbs, and 23 grams of protein. Click Here for the Recipe.
LOW CARB BIG MAC BITES
No trips to Mcdonald’s necessary.
Macros: 182 calories, 12 grams of fat, 1 gram of carbs, and 10 grams of protein.
Caramel Pecan Clusters
Everyone loves caramel. If for some reason you encounter someone who doesn’t, throw some holy water on their face and watch’ em burn. Sorry, Meli and I just binged watched The Exorcist series. The reason why these caramel pecan clusters are one of our favorite keto snacks is that they only contain 134 calories per piece and only two net carbs! Just make sure to toast the pecans!! Click here for the recipe.
These keto brownies from ketoconnect.net are so moist and delicious; you will forget about store-bought brands! Even better, they only have 5 grams of carbs per serving! Need I say more? Go ahead and get to bakin’! Click here for the recipe!
Bell Pepper Keto Nachos
At 260 calories, 13 grams of protein, 20 grams of fat, this keto recipe can be used as an appetizer or even a main dish. The recipe calls for 80/20 ground beef, so If you want to cut on some of the calories, you could opt-out for 85/15 or even 90/10 ground beef. You don’t have to go through life without nachos. Add this delicious recipe to your keto snacks list. Click Here for Recipe
Once we go on a keto diet, we have to kiss goodbye to some of our favorite snacks. Someone way smarter than us, and who probably refused for it to be “the end” of their relationship with chips, came up with this fantastic recipe. The best part? It only requires two ingredients! TWO!!! Kudos to sweetcsdesigns.com for keeping us chip lovers happy! Click here for the recipe!
Macros: 196 calories, 16 grams of fat, 4 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, and 11 grams of protein per serving.
Cheesecake Keto Fat Bombs
Fat bombs! These low carb, high fat is the perfect “I want to stay in ketosis while satiating my sweet tooth” recipe. Oh, and they only have 60 calories per serving. These are the “bomb” dot com. Thanks, Savorytooth.com! Click here for the recipe!
Bacon “Chips” and Thick Guacamole Dip
Do you remember the scene in Jurassic Park when Dr. Grant and company get to see the dinosaurs for the first time? That’s exactly how I felt when I found this recipe. I mean, I felt whole again. Bacon and guac. So simple yet so elegant. So, of course, we had to put it on our keto snacks list. Click Here for Recipe
More Keto Snacks
Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies
Of course, we couldn’t make a Keto snacks list without adding some chocolate chip cookies. These bad boys pack a lot of fat and only 5 grams of carbs per cookie. So go steal the cookie from the cookie jar, we won’t tell. Neither will the creators of this uh-maze-ing recipe, Keto-Paleo.com. Click here for the recipe!
3 Ingredient No Bake Cookies
There’s something about coconut that transports me back to my days in Puerto Rico. I remember eating coconut cookies every day for breakfast before I headed to school. So, you can imagine that every time I see a coconut cookie recipe, I have to try it. That’s reasoning enough for me to add it to this keto snacks list. What’s even better is that this keto recipe only requires three ingredients and it takes less than 30 minutes to complete! Click Here for Recipe.
Last but not least, we have three recipes in one! These keto-friendly floats are super easy to make and delicious. The key to these floats is to use diet soda, which allows you to cut on the sugar. HeyKetoMama.com is a genius! Click here for the recipe!
Low-Carb Oreo Cookies
LOW. CARB. OREOS. Now you can add Oreos to your keto snacks arsenal. I don’t think I need to say anything else. Click here for the recipe.
Finding the time to work out is hard. Finding delicious foods to fit your diet is even harder. We hope this list makes it a little easier for you. Have you tried any of these Keto snack recipes? Let us know! Also, make sure to keep your dinners keto-friendly, by checking out these delicious family-friendly Keto dinner recipes!
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