These keto snacks will keep you full and satisfied all day long. The keto diet is all the rage these days for the host of health benefits it provides.
And there’s no need to give up your favorite snacks when you have these keto-friendly alternatives!
Enjoy keto chips, granola bars, trail mix, and energy balls to curb any craving.
These delicious keto snacks make it easy to stick to your low-carb diet.
The Best Keto Snacks
There are over 30+ keto snacks to choose from here, all guaranteed to satisfy your hunger without derailing your diet.
Want something crunchy? Try some keto tortilla chips. Have a hankering for a sweet treat? Whip up some keto brownies or peanut butter cookies.
The next time you’re hosting, feed your guests some bacon and jalapeno poppers, buffalo chicken dip, or cheese crisps, and convert them to keto!
What Are Some Good Keto Snacks?
There’s no need to go hungry when you have these keto snacks on hand. Enjoy your favorite foods the keto way!
1. Keto Popcorn
Corn is strictly forbidden on a keto diet, but not popcorn thanks to this fun recipe.
There’s no actual corn in this snack. But there’s plenty of crunchy, salty, buttery taste.
Get all the snacky goodness without the carbs!
Soft and chewy, these cookies are a keto dieter’s best friend.
Plus, you only need five ingredients for these yummy treats.
They’re made with peanut butter, sweetener, egg, butter, and vanilla, and then blended together and baked until golden brown.
I cannot stop eating these salty, nutty, sweet bites. Seriously. Send help (and more cookies).
Sometimes it’s hard to stick to your diet when you’re out of the house.
If you’re always on the go, do yourself a favor and make this keto trail mix ahead of time.
Loaded with heart-healthy nuts and seeds, this is a salty blend with lots of addictive crunch.
Looking for a crunchy snack?
How about homemade tortilla chips? They’re made with almond flour and shredded cheese, forming a thick batter that bakes up golden brown.
They’re crispy, crunchy, and salty, but without the carbs!
If you’re powering through a long day, you need fuel to keep you going.
This recipe is that fuel. It’s delicious, nutty, sweet, and salty fuel.
These are similar to peanut butter cups. But the low carb version that doesn’t end in a sugar coma.
Made with almond flour and a whole lot of seeds, these crunchy crackers are even better than the store-bought brands.
Serve them with dips, crumble over salads, or just spread with butter and go nuts (sorry, couldn’t help myself).
Peanut butter, chocolate chips, butter, cinnamon, and pork rinds make up this tasty snack.
This unique combo is just the right amount of salty and sweet.
It’s perfect for parties and any time you get a serious craving for addictive finger foods.
Stop buying granola bars and make your own. Not only is it healthier, but it’s also much more economical.
This easy recipe shows you how it’s done. Simply stir together nuts, seeds, almond butter, and chocolate chips, then bake until set.
With only 2.7g net carbs in each slice, these are the perfect keto afternoon snack or breakfast bar.
Keto or not, party guests will go crazy for this irresistible Chex Mix.
It’s made with shredded coconut, nuts, and a spicy garlic seasoning.
Crunchy pork rinds add meaty flavor while melted butter makes it luxuriously rich.
This hearty mix won’t send your blood sugar crashing, but it will give you the energy to party like a teenager.
This fun snack is adorably appetizing.
Little eaters will love its fun and funky look, while adults will appreciate the healthy ingredients.
Made from a celery ‘log,’ dotted with chocolate chip ‘ants,’ this is an imaginative dish that’s ideal for birthday parties.
These chips are keto-friendly and kid-approved.
A fun way to get picky eaters (big and small) to eat their greens, the humble zucchini never tasted so good.
Simply slice your zucchini into rounds, brush with olive oil, and bake.
And just like that, you’ll go from boring squash to crispy golden bites of goodness. It’s culinary magic at its finest.
Easy, elegant, and insanely tasty, these no-bake cakes are my new favorite thing.
They’re a creamy swirl of cream cheese mousse, layered over a coconut cookie base and topped with fresh berries.
Enjoy these for breakfast or serve them after dinner. Either way, you’re a winner.
It’s hard to believe such a thick, luxurious mousse contains only three ingredients and no sugar!
This magical recipe is so easy and so good, you’ll make it all the time.
Any excuse will do for this dreamy dessert.
A friend coming for dinner, a kid that needs comfort food, or if you get a hankering for something sweet at midnight.
Pick up a spoon, dive in, and get ready to lose your mind over this chocolate delight.
14. Keto Kale Chips
These baked chips are just as good as the real thing. Seriously.
Seasoned with sea salt and vinegar, they’re a healthy twist on the classic potato chip.
The recipe includes six different flavor options. Try garlic parmesan, cajun, or ranch.
If you want to get really spicy, make the sriracha lime. It’ll blow your mind (in a good way).
15. Cheese Crisps
With four different varieties to choose from, these flavorful snacks will combat any crisp cravings.
They’re tiny rounds of crispy golden cheese, seasoned to perfection for buttery, salty goodness. Plus, six chips contain 7 grams of protein and just 1g carb.
Easy, versatile, and melt-in-the-mouth good, these are the perfect party finger foods!
16. Lettuce Wraps
The secret to a sustainable keto diet is finding delicious bread alternatives. That’s where these hearty lettuce wraps come in.
Ditch the grains and wrap your filling in a lettuce leaf instead. You’ll get the same crisp bite, without any of the belly-bloating carbs!
There are lots of flavor options with this comprehensive, how-to style recipe.
From beef barbacoa to tuna and egg, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Made with almond flour and coconut flour, there’s no actual bread in these breadsticks. Just lots of crispy, crunchy taste.
And they’re surprisingly easy to make. Simply mix your dough, cut into ribbons, braid, and brush with garlic butter.
Baked for 15 minutes, they’ll turn perfectly puffed and golden brown.
These addictive breadsticks are a fantastic addition to any meal.
Set yourself up for a fuss-free game day party with these easy poppers.
They’re made with just 7 ingredients, and take 10 minutes to prep.
You’ll fill jalapeno halves with seasoned cream cheese and bacon, then bake. That’s it.
This super simple (and super yummy) snack is a timesaving treat.
Chickpeas are healthy, but they’re not low-carb, which makes them problematic for keto dieters.
The good news is that you can still enjoy hummus thanks to this creative keto recipe.
Cauliflower replaces the carby legumes, and you won’t even notice the difference!
All the classic hummus flavors are still there, thanks to the addition of tahini, garlic, and lemon juice.
This low carb keto dip fits almost any eating plan.
20. Cauliflower Tots
Easy and cheesy, these delicious tots are made with just four ingredients.
Serve with sugar free ketchup for the perfect comfort food.
These tasty tots make it easy to get all your vegetables in. Plus, each serving contains 7 grams of protein and just 3 net carbs.
Who says snacking can’t be healthy?
You might think these are keto-approved vegetarian snacks, but they’re actually magical balls of delicious cheesy goodness.
Loaded with broccoli, cheese, herbs, and spices, they’re the most amazing appetizer (if you can bear to share them).
They’re held together with almond flour and egg, making them crispy on the outside but beautifully fluffy and soft on the inside.
You can freeze these before or after baking for a quick snack on nights when you can’t be bothered cooking.
If you’re serving them on a party platter, whip up a quick dip to really impress. I highly recommend chipotle sauce or a spicy guacamole.
22. Keto Beef Jerky
Most of the beef jerky you buy at the grocery is not keto friendly. It’s generally sweetened with sugar and packed with preservatives.
But with this homemade beef jerky, you get all those salty, savory flavors packed into a delicious bite-sized snack!
Best of all, this tasty treat is just 1.2g net carbs for two pieces.
With 10 grams of protein, this beef jerky will keep you full and satisfied all day. Perfect for road trips, hiking, or just a grab-and-go snack.
These eggs are devilishly good and so sinfully creamy you’ll find it hard to believe they’re keto.
It’s a classic recipe, with a keto twist. Golden egg yolks are whipped together with dijon mustard and mayo until they form a rich paste.
Stuff this into egg whites and garnish with paprika and a sprinkling of chives and you’ll have an eggcellent appetizer or snack (sorry, I can’t resist a good egg pun).
Nothing says game day like a bubbling pot of melty buffalo chicken.
Spicy, creamy, tangy, and deliciously addictive, this dip is a classic for a reason.
Friends, family, and party-goers will be begging you for this recipe once they get a taste.
It’s made with shredded rotisserie chicken, three types of cheese, and a whole lot of herbs and spices.
This gooey goodness deserves to be scooped up with keto crackers or keto tortillas.
You could also eat it straight from the bowl with a spoon, but that might get you some funny looks.
One of the many reasons I love keto is that you can still have dessert.
This easy vanilla ice cream is diet heaven. Made with condensed milk, cream, and vanilla extract, it stays scoopable in the freezer thanks to a dash of vodka.
You won’t need an ice cream maker for this recipe (although it does make things a little easier).
Any work is worth it though for the rich taste of ice cream you’ve made yourself and therefore don’t have to share.
I love copycat recipes. They give you all the dreamy taste of your favorite treats, without the guilt-inducing ingredients.
These keto crackers are just like the Ritz version i.e. crumbly, salty, and buttery.
They’re made with just five ingredients and are sandwiched together with a rich cheesy filling.
27. Energy Balls
Peanut butter and chocolate is my all-time favorite combo. Luckily, with this recipe I’m able to enjoy one of my favorite treats with just 2g net carbs.
Plus, they’re insanely easy to make with just 7 ingredients and 15 minutes of prep work.
Packed with peanut butter, chocolate chips, almonds, coconut, and flax seeds, it’s the perfect grab-and-go keto snack.
Once you realize how ridiculously easy protein bars are to make, you’ll never buy from the store again!
This recipe only calls for 5 minutes of prep, and all you’ll need is four ingredients. That has to be a world record, amirite?
Made by combining almond butter, protein powder, maple syrup, and chocolate chips, these bars are undeniably divine.
The fact that it’s a cinch to make AND super affordable makes this recipe one to bookmark.
One of the best and most underrated flavor combinations is chocolate and coconut.
That said, I find these keto cups simply irresistible. They have a macaroon-like coconut case that’s filled with a decadent chocolate ganache.
With the crispness of the shells and the dreaminess of the ganache, these cups are such a glorious culinary masterpiece.
In case the trend hasn’t reached you yet, let me introduce you to the greatness that is pasta chips.
This recipe recently became viral on TikTok, and it doesn’t surprise me why.
First of all, whoever came up with the idea of deep-frying pasta is both crazy and a genius.
Apparently, when you fry pasta shells, they’ll turn ultra-crispy and crunchy, not unlike regular chips.
And, it turns out, you can also use the same idea with low-carb pasta!
Once fried, all you’ll need to do is season the chips with whatever herbs and seasonings you like, and voila.
This strawberry smoothie is so thick and creamy it’s almost like a milkshake.
A mix of strawberries, cream, and almond milk, one sip of this smoothie will take you to eternal bliss.
The best part? It’s such a simple recipe! Just throw all the ingredients in a blender and voila.
A diet that allows you to eat brownies with gusto? Sign me up!
What makes these brownies keto-friendly AND gluten-free is that they’re flour-free and dairy-free. Almond flour and flax eggs are used instead.
But, the absence of these traditional ingredients doesn’t make these brownies any less delicious.
These brownies are just as chewy, fudgy, and chocolatey as any regular brownie! This is my go-to recipe whenever I’m craving something sweet.
33. Avocado Chips
Avocados are often used to make guacamole or toast. But this versatile stone fruit has so many more uses beyond those.
Say hello to avocado chips – a crispy-crunchy snack you won’t want to live without.
Because avocados are flavorful as they are, these chips are already scrumptious on their own.
But when seasoned with parmesan, salt, garlic powder, and pepper, they become even more sensational.
34. Keto Sushi
I know what you’re thinking: how can a rice-based dish be keto-friendly?
The answer? Cauli-rice!
Yes, cauliflower doesn’t have the exact same texture as rice. But it’s close enough to fool anybody into believing this sushi is the real deal.
Filled with smoked salmon, avocado, cucumber, and cream cheese, this sushi is salty and savory, crunchy and creamy, and flat-out delicious.
These keto fat bombs taste like an actual carrot cake. I’ll give you a minute to let that sink in.
They’re tender and moist with a little bit of chewiness to them. Fall spices give them flavor without overpowering your senses.
The munchkins are rolled in shredded coconut for the perfect final touch.
If you’re worried about hitting your healthy fat intake goal for the day, these 3-ingredient keto fat bombs come in handy!
They’re also ideal for curbing sweet snack cravings, as the ingredients are stevia, sunbutter, and cream cheese.
You could also throw a little dark chocolate into the mix to give them a chocolatey flavor.
If you’re really craving something special, you can even try these cookie dough keto fat bombs.
37. Keto Smoothie
This keto smoothie recipe is thick, creamy, and packed with fresh strawberry flavor.
With only 2 net grams of carbs per serving, you can feel great about whipping it up for a healthy sweet snack.
As a bonus, it also makes an ideal grab-and-go breakfast!
Keto Snacks You Can Buy
Jerky is perhaps one of the most popular keto snacks on the market. With zero carbs, it’s the perfect grab-and-go treat!
Some might classify jerky as being “lazy keto,” but it works.
Even convenience stores typically sell snack-sized cheeses these days. They’re a keto dieter’s dream.
When in doubt, pick up a pasted of roasted and salted nuts to snack on. Just be sure the seasoning doesn’t contain sugar.
Peanut Butter or Almond Butter
A spoonful of peanut butter or almond butter is a great way to curb cravings and also get in a bit of protein.
Picking up a packet of cold cuts from the deli is a simple, keto-friendly way to indulge your hunger.
Hard Boiled Eggs or Egg Salad
Most stores sell pre-hard boiled eggs that you can pick up and be on your way. Or, pick up a container of egg salad at the deli.
Granted, you’ll want to be sure you have something to peel an avocado with if this is your snack of choice and you’re away from home.
Veggies and Dip
If you’re really hungry, pick up a veggie tray full of cucumbers, celery, and bell peppers at your local grocery store.
Just be sure to avoid veggies that are higher in carbs.
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