The ultimate list of keto snacks to keep you satisfied all day long. More than 85 healthy snack ideas to help you stick to your ketogenic diet.
The ketogenic diet is not that hard. I repeat, the ketogenic diet is NOT that hard. Really, believe me…I’ve been doing it for years now.
But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t take some work and some preparation. Okay, I will admit it. Sticking to a keto diet can take a lot of preparation sometimes. And having keto diet snacks on hand at all times can make the difference between sticking with it and succumbing to temptation and kicking yourself out of ketosis.
Therein lies the problem, of course. You can’t just walk in to any store or restaurant and grab yourself some keto snacks. We are making progress on that front, for sure, but we’ve still got a ways to go. While there are a number of decent store-bought options like cheese, nuts, and hard-boiled eggs, there are potential pitfalls everywhere. Like beef jerky, which can often contain a startling amount of sugar and carbs.
But not to worry. There are so many great keto snacks out there, both homemade and store-bought, and I’ve compiled this huge list of recipes and ideas so you never have to go hungry. A wee bit of prep work here and there can put you in good stead to stick to your keto diet, even while out with friends or traveling!
And to make your life easy, I’ve divided these healthy snacks into 3 lists:
Sweet Keto Snacks
Savory Keto Snacks
Store-bought Keto Snacks
I am not going to lie, this list took me a long time to put together. There are over 85 low carb snack ideas here! But you know what? It was time well spent. Because I need these ideas just as much as you do. Snack on, keto friends.
Sweet Keto Snacks
Keto Peanut Butter Granola – who doesn’t love munching on a handful of grain-free granola once in a while?
Low Carb Nutella – I won’t lie, I like to just spoon it from the jar, straight into my mouth!
Keto Snickerdoodle Cookie Truffles – no bake cinnamon cookies!
Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies – the ultimate after school snack!
Peanut Butter and Jam Fat Bombs – one of my childhood favourites, now in a leto-friendly form!
Low Carb Blueberry Scones – Have I ever mentioned that I love scones? These travel well too!
Easy Keto Peanut Butter Cups – best ever peanut butter fat bombs!
Low Carb Chocolate Cake Donuts– donuts count as a snack! Yeah!
Low Carb Chocolate Brownie Bites – little keto brownie balls of happiness.
Keto Caramel Frappuccino – I call it a fat bomb in a glass
Keto Chocolate Coconut Cups – better than Mounds and totally guilt free.
Low Carb Graham Crackers – possibly the most kid-friendly keto snack EVER!
Cinnamon Roll Biscotti – the twice baked nature of these keto cookies means that they last a long time and they travel well.
Peanut Butter Granola Bars – we love no-bake keto treats. Am I right?
Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles – frozen happiness on a stick
Raspberry Lemonade Smoothies – tastes like summer in a glass.
Dark Chocolate Covered Walnuts – all your antioxidants, right here!
Mexican Hot Chocolate – warms you up and fills you up on a chilly day
Keto Thin Mints – The Girl Scouts go low carb. Who knew?
Apple Cider Donut Bites – they taste like you just went apple picking, without the glucose spike!
Keto Dark Chocolate Almond Bark – I like to call it low carb crack. For a reason!
And a few other sweet treats from keto friends…
Cinnamon Cardamom Fat Bombs from Diet Doctor
Gummy Candies from Step Away From the Carbs
Pistachio Truffles from I Breathe I’m Hungry
Peanut Butter Cheesecake Bites from Hey Keto Mama
Lemon Cheesecake Fat Bombs from Eatwell 101
White Chocolate Raspberry Cups from Perry’s Plate
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites from Swerve Sweetener
Cinnamon Butter Cookies from Keto Size Me
Dark Chocolate Fudgicles from Low Carb Papa
Savory Keto Snacks
Homemade Chicharrones – oh yes, I really did make my own pork rinds. And while it’s time consuming, I guarantee you that these will be the best pork rinds you’ve ever had.
Mini Taco Egg Muffins – cute little taco spiced egg muffins. So good and fun to eat!
Cheesy Garlic Bread Muffins – savory muffins filled with gooey cheese and brushed with garlic butter. Need I say more?
Dill Pickle Egg Salad – a fun flavor twist on traditional egg salad!
Low Carb Spanakopita Hand Pies – using keto mozzarella dough as the crust makes for a fun hand held spinach pie.
Buffalo Chicken Sausage Balls – keto sausage balls. It’s just fun to say.
Low Carb Corn Dog Nuggets – believe it or not, coconut flour can actually taste like cornbread.
Mini Pizza Muffins – kid-friendly bite-sized pizza. Rock on!
Keto Rosemary Parmesan Crackers – hands down my favorite low carb crackers. And they’re nut-free!
Mini Pepper Nachos – who says nachos have to be made with tortilla chips?
Brussels Sprouts Chips – crispy veggie chips!
Savory snack ideas from other low carb and keto bloggers!
Dill Pickle Almonds from A Sweet Life
Pepperoni Pizza Cups from A Spicy Perspective
Pickle Roll Ups from Pip and Ebby
Broccoli Cheddar Bites from Simply Recipes
Keto Mozzarella Sticks from Try Keto With Me
Keto Cheetos from My Oregon Kitchen
Two Ingredient Cheese Crisps from Moscato Mom
Bacon and Cream Cheese Pinwheels from 730 Sage Street
Soft Pretzels from Peace Love and Low Carb
Cheesy Party Crackers from Keto Diet App
Fathead Sausage Rolls from Ditch the Carbs
Salt and Vinegar Zucchini Chips from Sugar-Free Mom
Everything Bagel Fat Bombs from Debbie Makes Low Carb Delicious
Cheesy Bacon Zucchini Skins from Mostly Homemade Mom
Bacon Jalapeno Cheeseball from My Montana Kitchen
Bacon and Guacamole Fat Bombs from Keto Diet Blog
Low Carb Everything Crackers from Low Carb Delish
Cream Cheese Stuffed Peppers from Ditch The Carbs
Garlic Dill Baked Cucumber Chips from Peace Love and Low Carb
Chili Lime Cauliflower “Popcorn” from Foodie with Family
Cheese Pops from Low Carb No Carb
Store-bought Keto Snack Ideas
Pork rinds – Not all pork rinds are created equal, of course. Look for ones without hydrogenated oils and additives.
Cheese sticks – What’s your fancy? Cheddar? Mozzarella? They’ve got cheese sticks and individual servings of all kinds. Also the ones that are already wrapped in salami or prosciutto for you are tasty too!
Cheese crisps – Tons of great brands putting out crispy cheese snacks. We love the ones from Cello Whisps.
Salami – Buy a big stick or some of the little individual cuts.
Keto Bars – Proceed with caution. I have yet to see a keto bar that isn’t made with some sort of fiber syrup and this often spikes blood sugar. I do have some on hand but only for traveling and I only ever eat half of one in a sitting.
Meat sticks – Again, so many great brands out there now, but we really love the ones from Duke’s.
Nui Cookies – formerly Keto Kookies. They are the only pre-packaged cookie I’ve liked thus far. I still only eat one at a time, to keep the carbs down.
Hard boiled eggs – many stores carry them already to go for you!
Seaweed snacks – Again, lots of great brands. They aren’t very filling but they are great when the munchies hit.
Avocado – Just cut it in half and eat it with a spoon! Or buy some pre-made guacamole and eat that with a spoon.
Jerky/Biltong – Be careful here. A lot of jerky has a ridiculous amount of sugar so be a label reader and choose wisely. We love this traditional South African biltong from Ayoba-Yo.
Primal Thin Crackers – thus far, the best keto crackers I’ve tasted. They actually stay crisp!
Nuts – of all kinds. Walnuts, pecans, almonds, oh my! And macadamia nuts are like little fat bombs unto themselves. Cashews are a little on the carby side, though. Thankfully, you can buy nuts almost anywhere.
Nut butters – all you need is a spoon! You can easily make your own sugar-free versions. And you can buy some great ones online these days. This Pecan Pie Butter from Legendary Foods is heavenly!
Sugar-Free chocolate – Lots of great brands these days. I don’t go anywhere without my Lily’s!
Pre-cooked bacon – Some of this stuff is pretty junky, to be honest. But Nature’s Rancher sells little individual packets of their uncured bacon at Whole Foods. It’s a good option in a pinch!
Celery sticks – grab yourself a bottle of ranch dressing for dipping. Or simply spread with some cream cheese.
Cucumber – same deal as the celery sticks.
Snap Peas – these I just eat on their own. They are like candy to me, but at about 5g total carbs per 1/2 cup, they are a lot healthier than candy!
Pumpkin seeds – lots of fun, unique flavors out there from a number of brands.
Smoked salmon – I can eat this straight up, just popping pieces into my mouth. But it’s also great with a little cream cheese and a few capers.
Tuna pouches – there are some good flavors out there, just be sure to read the label for added carbs.
Pickles and Olives – I like them spicy! Other pickled veggies, like green beans and cauliflower, are great too.