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60+ Low Carb Snacks Sure to Satisfy!

Louise Hendon | November 23
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If you’re like me, snacks can be your best friend or your worst enemy. Whether it’s a morning coffee break or an energy bar to get through the mid-afternoon slump, a snack can be the perfect way to keep your energy up between meals. But, as we all know, snacks can have a pretty bad reputation. Whether they’re high carbs, sugar, or just full of processed ingredients, finding a good Keto-friendly snack can be difficult, especially when you’re on the go.

But wait! Before you reach for the chips or pretzels, check out this list of over 60+ low carb snacks to keep you satisfied from morning til night. Whether you’re ready to whip up a batch of homemade hummus or just looking for a quick and easy low carb snack, there’s something here for everyone.

With delicious savory and sweet ideas, here are some of our favorite Keto-friendly satisfying snacks:

Looking for a little more dairy in your snacking life? We’ve got you covered! Try these delicious Keto-friendly recipes that contain dairy:

And if you’re looking for more snack ideas, why not check out our guide for the Best Keto Snacks? It’s full of great tips and tricks on how to make sure you can stay snack happy while on Keto.

Here are just a few of the Low Carb Snacks we’ve included:

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Low Carb Snacks On The Go

Keto Jalapeño Muffins

– Keto Summit

Keto Jalapeno Muffins Recipe

Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, salt, stevia or erythritol, ghee or coconut oil, eggs, coconut milk, jalapeño chili peppers.

If you like muffins but want something a bit different, you might want to try these keto-friendly ones which have the heat of jalapeños to give them a hint of spice. You can choose whether to use sweetener or keep it all savory – the choice is up to you, but just like salt and caramel together, the spice and sweetness really work here so these are definitely worth a try!

Keto “Cornbread” Muffins

– Keto Summit

Keto “Cornbread” Muffins Recipe

Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, salt, ghee, eggs, coconut milk.

Muffins can be a great gluten-free snack or a healthy breakfast, and these ones only take a short time to make, so if you are short on time in the morning you can rustle up a batch of these quite quickly. They don’t have the traditional cornbread flavor but they are delicious spread with butter and eaten while they are still warm, or they can be cooled and used as an addition to your lunchbox for work or school.

Keto Bacon Mini Frittata

– Keto Summit

Keto Bacon Mini Frittata Recipe

Ingredients: asparagus, bacon, onions, eggs, coconut milk, salt, pepper.

Mini foods are so appealing to look at and these frittatas are no different. They are great served warm for breakfast, can be carried to work for a tasty lunch or simply enjoyed as a healthy low-carb snack. Children are also keen to try mini foods, so these can be a good way to get them eating more healthily. If you are not too keen on the taste of asparagus, you could use green beans instead.

Keto 2-Ingredient Muffins

– Keto Summit

Keto 2-Ingredient Muffins Recipe

Ingredients: whole nuts (hazelnuts or almonds), eggs.

With only two ingredients, this keto recipe must be one of the simplest ever! The muffins are tasty just as they are, but you can adapt the recipe to suit your needs. If you would like a hint of chocolate in your muffins, add in some sweetener and cocoa powder, or use different nuts to change the taste. You can even make them savory by adding cooked bacon pieces.

Paleo Dehydrated Kale Chips

– Paleo Flourish

Dehydrated Kale Chips Recipe

Ingredients: kale leaves, salt, olive oil.

Kale chips can be a great low-carb alternative to potato chips when you are eating healthily and they are quite easy to make. However, they can burn really easily so don’t be tempted to leave them to cook while you do something else! You can make them spicy like the ones in this recipe, or simply season them with some salt for a tasty treat.

Paleo Curry Pretzels!

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Curry Pretzels!

Ingredients: eggs, almond flour, butter, coconut flour, curry powder, salt, turmeric.

Pretzels are now very common snacks sold in countries across the world, but they are usually not made with paleo-friendly ingredients, so this recipe will come in handy for parties and as snacks for the family. The curry and turmeric flavors in these wonderful pretzels give them a special taste and make them the perfect alternative to traditional pretzels. Why not try them next time you have a film night!

Paleo Egg Frittata Muffins

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Egg Frittata Muffins Recipe

Ingredients: broccoli, onions, red bell pepper, eggs, coconut milk, salt, pepper.

This is a basic paleo recipe that can be delicious as it is, or you can use it as a base and try adding in other ingredients. For example, you could try using asparagus instead of broccoli, or add in some meat of your choice. Ingredients like bacon bits or sausage pieces would taste great in this muffin recipe. These muffins are a great way to use up leftover meat and veggies from the fridge!

Paleo Ham and Spinach Mini Quiches

– Paleo Flourish

Ham and Spinach Mini Quiches

Ingredients: eggs, ham, spinach, leek, coconut milk, baking powder, salt, pepper.

These little crustless paleo quiches have the perfect balance of meat and vegetables, making them super-tasty and perfect for a quick snack or lunch. These taste just as good cold so would be great to take to work or pack in the kids’ lunchboxes. Just be a bit careful to taste the mixture before you add the salt as the ham can be salty enough, depending what type you use.

Paleo Bacon Lemon Thyme Breakfast Muffins

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Bacon Lemon Thyme Breakfast Muffins Recipe

Ingredients: almond flour, bacon bits, ghee, eggs, lemon thyme, baking soda.

Muffins are a great introduction to eating savory for breakfast if you have been used to sugary cereals or bread before. This lovely paleo recipe gives you low-carb muffins that have the same sort of consistency as regular muffins but have the flavors of the bacon and thyme. You can have fun experimenting with other combinations too – why not try cooked sausage and rosemary?

Raw Avocado and Golden Flax Crackers

– The Nourished Caveman

Raw Avocado and Golden Flax Crackers

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingredients: flax seeds, avocado, red onion, lime juice, kale, Celtic sea salt.

There are lots of reasons to get some flax in your diet. Registered Nurse Tana Amen, RN says, “Compared to other plants, flaxseed (but not oil) is extremely rich in compounds called ligands, which have antioxidant and plant estrogen properties. Flaxseed-derived ligands have been shown to reduce blood sugar and may also help combat some forms of cancer.”

It is always great when you hit on your favorite recipe for healthy, gluten-free crackers that don’t upset your food plan, and these ones could be yours! They are crunchy and savory and can be eaten on their own or with a paté or mousse. They have a lovely green color because of the kale and avocado, so these would be a great idea for serving on St. Patrick’s Day!

Garlic Dill Baked Cucumber Chips

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Garlic Dill Baked Cucumber Chips

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace, Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: cucumbers, dried dill, onion powder, garlic powder, apple cider vinegar, sea salt.

It is becoming more common to find chips that are not made from potato, but I was so surprised to find out you can make chips from cucumber! These lovely crunchy, low-carb snacks are flavored with herbs and can be served with any dip you like. If you don’t have a mandolin to cut these thinly you can use a potato peeler instead, although they won’t be quite as thin so might need extra cooking time.

Masala Spiced Pumpkin Seeds

– Ketogasm

Masala Spiced Pumpkin Seeds Recipe

Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm

Ingredients: pumpkin seeds raw, ghee, sea salt, garam masala.

This recipe uses garam masala which is a blend of Indian spices but does not give any heat. This makes a wonderful flavoring to coat the pumpkin seeds, which can be used as a healthy ketogenic snack to keep you going through the day or to enjoy while you watch television. Pumpkin seeds are very healthy and give you zinc, magnesium, and healthy fatty acids and can help control cholesterol.

How To Make Crackling

– Ditch The Carbs

How To Make Crackling

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: sheets of pork crackling, oil, salt, herbs or spices.

Crackling has been enjoyed for many years and is a super source of energy, hence the reason why it has even been taken on Polar expeditions! This is a simple low-carb recipe but the great snack you get at the end of cooking is very tasty and the only flavoring you need is salt. This will store in an airtight container for a few days, but you probably won’t have any left to store!

Brussels Sprouts Chips

– The Curious Coconut

Brussels Sprouts Chips

Photo Credit: The Curious Coconut

Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, fat of choice (olive oil, ghee, lard, tallow, bacon grease, or coconut oil), salt.

What a quick and easy low-carb recipe this is! You have a plate of chips in around fifteen minutes and you are using up the darker leaves that would normally be thrown away! You can use whatever oil or fat suits your eating plan and you can season them any way you like, although I like mine sprinkled with a little lemon juice to set off the earthy tones in the flavor. These taste best served right away.

Paleo Dipping Chips

– Beauty and The Foodie

Paleo Dipping Chips

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: almond flour, flax meal, egg white, lime juice, chili powder, cumin, sea salt, olive oil.

These chips have a great crunch and are seasoned with Mexican-inspired flavors, making them perfect to serve with salsa or guacamole. These snacks are gluten-free and vegetarian so they would be great to serve at a party as they will not cause any allergy issues. You can experiment with other seasonings and can even make a sweet variety by using cocoa and cinnamon!

Paleo Snack Mix

– Cook Eat Paleo

Paleo Snack Mix

Photo Credit: Lisa from Cook Eat Paleo

Ingredients: almonds, walnuts, cashews, garlic infused olive oil, smoked sea salt, smoked sweet paprika, smoked hot paprika.

Nuts can be a great source of energy without increasing your carb intake too much and, if you coat them like the ones in this paleo recipe, can be a super-tasty snack or party food when you have friends around. The paprika adds a lovely smoky flavor and this low-carb snack can help keep you going through the day. Try to use a mixture of nuts for added variety in flavor.

Homemade Almond Herb Cracker

– Healy Eats Real

Homemade Almond Herb Cracker Recipe

Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real

Ingredients: almond flour, dried basil, dried oregano, dried thyme, dried rosemary, butter, purified water, sea salt.

In this wonderful paleo gluten-free cracker recipe, the mix of herbs used gives them a real depth of flavor and they can fill the need for crunch in your diet! These crackers taste so good you can enjoy them on their own, but they would also make great party food served with a dip of your choice. Store these for a few days in an airtight container if you have any left to store!

5-Minute Cinnamon Toasted Coconut Chips

– Healy Eats Real

5-Minute Cinnamon Toasted Coconut Chips Recipe

Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real

Ingredients: thick coconut flakes, cinnamon.

Toasting coconut really can help bring out its natural sweetness and that is boosted by adding the cinnamon, giving you a crunchy snack that is sugar-free and low in carbohydrates. These lovely chips can be useful when you are trying to get the family to eat healthier snacks as even the kids will like them! You can add coconut sugar for extra sweetness, but I find they are delicious as they are.

Paleo ‘Parmesan’ Kale Chips

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo ‘Parmesan’ Kale Chips Recipe

Ingredients: curly kale, olive oil, nutritional yeast, freshly ground black pepper.

This recipe includes an ingredient that you may not have in your pantry: nutritional yeast. If you don’t have it at home, you’ll probably start keeping it in stock after making these kale chips. Nutritional yeast is super versatile, and you can use it on pretty much anything you want to give a cheesy taste. These little flakes aren’t going to give things a cheesy texture like mozzarella cheese, but you definitely get the flavor of cheese.

“Cheesy” Paleo Crackers

– Savory Lotus

“Cheesy” Paleo Crackers

Photo Credit: Katja from Savory Lotus

Ingredients: raw sunflower seeds, raw pumpkin seeds, raw sesame seeds, nutritional yeast, coconut oil, filtered water, unrefined sea salt.

Cheese is something that people living dairy-free for health or allergy reasons can miss, so these delicious low-carb and tasty crackers could be a good alternative. They get their ‘cheese’ flavor from nutritional yeast which is rich in nutrients and boosts the savory taste of these paleo crackers. These can be served as a snack on their own, with a dip or crumbled over soups and stews.

Baked Coconut Onion Rings

– Seasonal and Savory

Baked Coconut Onion Rings

Photo Credit: Angela from Seasonal & Savory

Ingredients: white onion, coconut butter, eggs, warm water, salt, smoked paprika, unsweetened flaked coconut, coconut oil.

Using coconut flakes gives these delicious low-carb and grain-free onion rings a wonderful crunchy coating. It also makes them look so appetizing, and you can serve them on their own or with a dip of your choice. This recipe doesn’t involve deep-frying as you bake the onion rings in the oven so these are quite low in calories too, making this a healthy snack if you are watching your weight.

Kale Chips

– Slim Palate

Kale Chips

Photo Credit: Josh from Slim Palate

Ingredients: kale, olive oil or avocado oil, tahini or almond butter, salt, garlic powder, ground cumin, smoked paprika, onion powder.

The chips in this recipe are coated with a mix of seasonings that give the finished snack a wonderful depth of flavor. Even those of you who hate kale should try this kale chips recipe as you might be surprised! When you dry out the chips the kale loses its bitter flavor and takes on the flavor of the dressing, making these the ultimate in low-carb snacks.

Rosemary & Sea Salt Flax Crackers (Contains Dairy)

– I Breathe I’m Hungry

Rosemary & Sea Salt Flax Crackers

Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry

Ingredients: ground (or milled) flaxseeds, eggs, grated parmesan or romano cheese, fresh rosemary, sea salt or kosher salt.

Ground flaxseed can make a great alternative to flour if you have to avoid wheat in your diet and these delicious little crackers can be eaten on their own, with cheese or with a homemade dip. Flaxseed is low in carbohydrates so these crackers would fit with several diet plans and they are also gluten-free. No need to miss out on crunch when you are eating healthy!

Dippable Crispy Cheddar Cheese Chips (Contains Dairy)

– Wicked Stuffed

Dippable Crispy Cheddar Cheese Chips

Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed

Ingredients: cheddar cheese, or Mexican blend, sea salt, onion powder, garlic powder, cumin, paprika, chili powder.

This is one of the simplest low-carb cheese chip recipes around and the end results are firm enough to scoop up dips and salsa. They are made only with cheese and spices and don’t involve any grains or gluten, but the flavor is so good that these could become your favorite for snacking or at parties. These can be stored in a bag for a few days if you have any left over.

Garlic Parmesan Baked Tortilla Chips (Contains Dairy)

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Ggarlic Parmesan Baked Tortilla Chips

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: low carb tortillas, parmesan cheese, salted butter, garlic powder, Italian seasoning.

These tortilla chips make wonderful snacks to serve for game night or at a party, arranged on a plate around a bowl of dip or guacamole. They are rich in flavor from the garlic, seasoning, and parmesan and are perfectly crunchy. Low-carb tortillas like the ones in this recipe can also be used as wraps for other healthy meals like chicken salad as a way to increase the family’s intake of veggies.

Low Carb Eggplant Parmesan Bites (Contains Dairy)

– Ditch The Carbs

Low Carb Eggplant Parmesan Bites

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: eggplant/aubergine, salt/pepper, egg, almond meal/flour, rosemary, thyme, grated/shredded cheese, grated/shredded parmesan.

Eggplant is a great vegetable to use in low-carb recipes and it is extremely versatile. In this dish it forms a platform for the cheese and herb crust, giving you a tasty snack or an appetizer. It is much healthier to buy fresh parmesan and grate what you need as pre-grated cheeses can have additives to stop them sticking together. These bites taste amazing served with garlic mayo!

Sesame Cheese Crackers (Contains Dairy)

– Beauty and The Foodie

Sesame Cheese Crackers Low Carb

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: almond flour, sesame seeds, parmesan cheese, cheddar cheese, or jack cheese, sea salt, egg, water, sea salt, olive oil.

Thanks to great recipes like this one, you never need to miss out on crunchy crackers again if you have to live grain or gluten-free. Like in a lot of other cracker recipes, the cooked crackers will still be a bit soft but they crisp up nicely as they cool. We love to use these to snack on as they are or served with a creamy dip. You can also vary the flavor by sprinkling the dough with rosemary or other herbs.

Low Carb Dips

Keto Hummus with Cauliflower and Tahini

– Keto Summit

Keto Hummus Recipe with Cauliflower and Tahini

Ingredients: cauliflower, olive oil, mayo, garlic, lemon juice, white tahini, sea salt, ground black pepper, fresh parsley.

Cauliflower can be made to have the same texture and feeling of hummus and it doesn’t add any flavor as it takes on the strong tastes of the garlic and tahini, so this could become a favorite keto-friendly dip in your household. You can serve the dip with vegetable crudités or homemade keto crackers and it is very popular at parties! I like to serve this in little-hollowed cucumber cups for easy finger food.

Bacon & Green Onion Guacamole

– Meatified

Bacon & Green Onion Guacamole

Photo Credit: Rach from Meatified

Ingredients: bacon, avocados, lime juice, cilantro, green onions.

Now we all know that bacon makes just about everything taste better, and this lovely low-carb and dairy-free recipe shows just what I mean! You have the smooth and tasty guacamole but with the added boost of flavor from the bacon and green onions which give another dimension to the texture too. Adding the lime juice is important as it stops the avocado from oxidizing and turning brown.

Keto Cauliflower Dip Recipe

– Keto Summit

Keto Cauliflower Dip Recipe

Ingredients: cauliflower, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, tahini (or almond butter), sea salt, black pepper, parsley.

Cauliflower is such a versatile vegetable, and it even makes a great dip for snacks or party food served with vegetable crudités of your choice. The lemon juice and garlic give this dip a flavor, not unlike hummus, yet the cauliflower keeps it light and low in carbohydrates. Cucumber and celery make great tools to use to get this fabulous dip down!

Cilantro-Basil Pesto

– Autoimmune Wellness

Ingredients: fresh basil, fresh cilantro, extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, sea salt.

Pesto is a great dish as it can be used as a salad dressing, a dip with crackers or stirred into soups, but it also makes a fantastic sauce to drizzle over salmon. This nut-free recipe gives you the real authentic flavor of pesto but does not use the more traditional pine nuts. The flavor of the pesto is so fresh and the basil makes it aromatic too. This pesto can easily be frozen, so you can batch-cook and freeze for later.

Creamy, Dairy Free Spinach Artichoke Dip

– Feasting On Joy

Creamy, Dairy Free Spinach Artichoke Dip

Photo Credit: Feasting on Joy

Ingredients: artichoke hearts, baby spinach, mayonnaise, garlic powder, sea salt, ground black pepper.

Here is something new for you to try – a dip that is designed to be eaten warm! The whole-food mayonnaise gives this dairy-free dip its rich and creamy texture and the spinach gives this dish a wonderful green color making it a good dip to serve for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. This can be served with vegetable sticks such as celery and carrot or with keto-friendly crackers.

World Famous Guacamole

– Feasting On Joy

World Famous Guacamole

Photo Credit: Feasting on Joy

Ingredients: avocados, lime juice, cilantro, red onion, sea salt, garlic powder, ground black pepper.

Guacamole has recently become our family’s favorite dip to be eaten with crackers or vegetable crudités, so I was glad to find this dairy-free recipe that suits even the younger members! It is rich in flavor and has a lovely creamy consistency because of the avocado. If you like garlic, I recommend you add in more than is stated in the recipe, as the seasonings are quite subtle.

Spinach Artichoke And Bacon Dip

– Fed And Fulfilled

Spinach Artichoke and Bacon Dip

Photo Credit: Fed and Fulfilled

Ingredients: raw cashews, frozen spinach, artichoke hearts, bacon, bacon grease or olive oil, onion, garlic, full-fat coconut milk, lemon juice, garlic powder, salt, pepper, dried oregano.

This dip has a chunkier texture than some but is still delicious when served with vegetable sticks or veggie chips. Dips like these are easy to eat and can be a great way to get the family eating healthier low-carb snacks without them even noticing. Because you have a good source of protein from the bacon, I have even been known to eat a bowl of this on its own for lunch!

Avocado Mint Tahini Dip

– Empowered Sustenance

Avocado Mint Tahini Dip

Photo Credit: Empowered Sustenance

Ingredients: avocados, lemon juice, raw tahini, fresh mint, salt, ground pepper.

This dip is freshness in a bowl! You have mint, tahini, and lemon giving the creamy avocado such a fresh flavor that it practically sings of summer. This great dairy-free recipe only takes a few minutes to make so would be great if friends pop in unexpectedly. It can be served with veggie sticks, crackers or dolloped onto salads and will store for a couple of days in the refrigerator.

Baba Ganoush

– Empowered Sustenance

Baba Ganoush Recipe

Photo Credit: Empowered Sustenance

Ingredients: eggplants, garlic, tahini, lemon juice, olive oil, salt.

Baba Ganoush is an eggplant-based dish that is commonly found in Arabic countries and has a similar texture to hummus but without the legumes. It is normally served as a dip, but could also be eaten on its own. It is gently spiced and has an earthy note from the cumin, so next time you have friends round or are laying on party food for a celebration, this would give you something new to try!

Low Carb Keto Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip (Contains Dairy)

– A Girl Worth Saving

Low Carb Keto Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Photo Credit: Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving

Ingredients: pancetta, cream cheese, artichoke hearts, mayo, sour cream, parmesan, garlic powder, spinach.

For parties and celebrations, it can be a challenge to find dips that fit with your ketogenic lifestyle, so delicious recipes like this can come to the rescue! This one has a chunkier texture than some but is still great served with keto crackers or vegetable crudités as it is packed with flavor from the garlic and parmesan. There really is no need to go down the route of loads of carbs even for special occasions.

Low Carb Keto Cheese Dip (Contains Dairy)

– Low Carb Yum

Low Carb Keto Cheese Dip Recipe

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: Edam cheese, heavy cream, almond milk or coconut milk, Havarti cheese, chicken stock, butter, ground mustard seed, ground sage, dried thyme, dried oregano, red pepper flakes, garlic powder, cayenne powder, red and green bell peppers, ground black pepper, olive oil, fresh cilantro.

This keto recipe reminded me straight away of the hot and spicy cheese dip served in our local Mexican restaurant and I am sure it would go down well at any party or celebration served with pork rinds or vegetable crudités. It is spicy and full of rich flavors and has a bit of texture from the peppers, and would look amazing served in a rustic dish for your friends and family to dip into!

Low Carb Sweet Snacks

Keto Cinnamon Chocolate Chia Pudding

– Keto Summit

Keto Cinnamon Chocolate Chia Pudding Recipe

Ingredients: unsweetened cacao powder, cinnamon powder, chia seeds, coconut or almond milk, vanilla extract, stevia.

Cinnamon and chocolate are flavors that remind me of Christmas, but this flavor-filled dessert can be enjoyed any time! The chia seeds give this pudding a great consistency yet keep it low-carb. This pudding can be used as a dessert, served for a quick and easy keto breakfast or poured into small jars for a snack on the go. Any small jars with lids would be ideal for storing this pudding in the fridge and they can be a useful addition to a lunchbox for work or school.

Keto Coconut Tea Gummies

– Keto Summit

Keto Coconut Tea Gummies Recipe

Ingredients: black tea, coconut milk, stevia, gelatin powder.

Gummies are a snack that can be enjoyed by the whole family and can be a useful source of gelatin which can help with joint health and strengthen hair and nails – not only that, they taste so good! These ones are simple to make and you can use whatever tea you prefer. There are several silicon molds on the market now that can give these ketogenic snacks their shape, but it is easier to use an ice cube tray.

Keto Cucumber Lime Gummy Snacks

– Keto Summit

Keto Cucumber Lime Gummy Snacks Recipe

Ingredients: cucumber, fresh mint leaves or mint tea leaves, lime juice, gelatin powder.

When I first saw the ingredients in these little sugar-free gummy snacks, I just thought how refreshing these would be for a hot, summer day. With the cool cucumber, fresh mint and zingy lime, these would be so tasty and could be a good way to encourage even the smallest members of the family to increase their gelatin intake. If you don’t have silicone molds you can use an ice cube tray.

Keto Almond Flour Cookies with Lemon Zest

– Keto Summit

Keto Almond Flour Cookies with Lemon Zest

Ingredients: almond meal, egg, ghee, stevia, vanilla extract, lemon zest, lemon extract, baking soda.

If like me you miss a cookie with your coffee mid-afternoon, you might find this gluten-free recipe interesting. These lovely cookies are crunchy and crumbly with a wonderful citrus kick from the lemon zest. I have tested this recipe with orange zest and it works well too so you can experiment with flavors. When you take these out of the oven, don’t be surprised if they are soft – they will crisp up as they cool down.

Keto Blueberry Muffins

– Keto Summit

Keto Blueberry Muffins Recipe

Ingredients: almond flour, ghee, eggs, blueberries, vanilla extract, stevia, baking soda, salt.

If you are looking for a sweet treat but don’t want to break your diet rules, these deliciously light keto muffins could be the answer! They have bursts of flavor from the blueberries, especially from the ones on the top and can satisfy your craving for sweetness. Adding a dash of salt to the mixture doesn’t make it salty, it simply brings out the flavor of the fruit and stops the muffins being over-sweet.

Keto Coconut Pancakes

– Keto Summit

Keto Coconut Pancakes Recipe

Ingredients: eggs, coconut flour, coconut milk, vanilla extract, baking soda, stevia, coconut oil, ghee.

Pancakes for breakfast might be something you don’t expect on a ketogenic diet but it is possible using this great recipe. The pancakes are made using coconut flour which cuts down on the carbohydrates too. If you find these a little dry you can serve them topped with fresh berries or a berry compote by simply cooking down some blueberries in a little water.

Coconut Yogurt Berry Parfait

– Paleo Flourish

Coconut Yogurt Berry Parfait Recipe

Ingredients: coconut yogurt, strawberry, raspberries, coconut flakes.

This is such a pretty dish even though it is so simple to prepare! Layers of fruit and rich and velvety yogurt give you a striped effect that could be turned into an impressive dessert at a dinner party if you serve the parfait in champagne flutes. However putting it into small jars makes it a portable low-carb and sugar-free snack for a lunchbox, or to take with you on a family picnic.

Sugar-Free Chocolate Biscotti

– Paleo Flourish

Sugar-Free Chocolate Biscotti Recipe

Ingredients: whole almonds, chia seeds, unsweetened shredded coconut, egg, coconut oil, cacao powder, stevia, salt, baking soda.

If you need sugar-free snacks because of health reasons such as diabetes, these wonderful biscotti would be perfect! They can be eaten straight away but they will be quite soft, or you can turn the oven off and leave them in to dry out a bit to crisp them up. These are lovely with coffee or served with a mousse-like dessert or low-carb ice cream.

Strawberry Matcha Chia Pudding

– Paleo Flourish

Strawberry Matcha Chia Pudding Recipe

Ingredients: matcha powder, coconut milk, chia seeds, strawberries.

Matcha green tea gives this dessert a lovely fresh taste and when the chia seeds expand and take in the liquid you end up with a satisfying dessert with hidden pieces of fresh strawberry hidden inside. If you don’t have a cup with a lid then you can use any jar or container that has a tight-fitting lid to shake up the mixture. Serve with chopped strawberries on the top for a sugar-free dessert that is pleasing to the eye and the taste buds!

Keto Ginger Coconut Cookies

– Keto Summit

Keto Ginger Coconut Cookies

Ingredients: almond meal, coconut flour, coconut flakes, egg, ghee, stevia, vanilla extract, ginger powder, baking soda.

Ginger cookies are a family favorite in our house and we always have some at Christmas time when friends and family come over. These low-carb cookies have a shortbread look to them and taste wonderfully crumbly and delicious and the ginger gives them a flavor boost. So if you fancy a ginger cookie, why not get the youngest members of the family to give you a hand, then you can all enjoy the results!

Paleo Chocolate Coffee Coconut Truffle

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Chocolate Coffee Coconut Truffle Desserts

Ingredients: coconut butter, cocoa powder, ground coffee, unsweetened coconut flakes, stevia, coconut oil.

I am a great fan of chocolate and coffee together as they have such a rich and luxurious blend of flavor, and both seem to go so well with coconut. These sugar-free truffles are almost like fat bombs and can be served as a paleo snack or as dessert after dinner. If you don’t like coffee you can use other ingredients instead – just have fun playing with different flavors till you find your favorite!

Other Low Carb Snack Ideas

Keto Zucchini Bread

– Keto Summit

Keto Zucchini Bread Recipe

Ingredients: eggs, zucchini, almond flour, coconut flour, coconut oil, baking powder, vanilla extract, salt.

Zucchini bread recipes usually call for added sugar, but in this one, the sweetness comes from vanilla. This is also a grain-free loaf which can be used by people with specific dietary issues caused by grains. It has quite a dense texture but is light and easy to digest and makes a lovely treat to have with your favorite tea or coffee in the afternoon or as a gift for a friend.

Keto Almond Bread

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Keto Almond Bread

Ingredients: eggs, almond flour, baking powder, olive oil, mustard powder, gluten-free instant yeast.

Making bread from almond flour is a really helpful way to satisfy your bread craving but still keep you on the straight and narrow. This is a simple keto recipe that gives you bread you can use for sandwiches or with soup and it tastes great toasted too. Although this is a healthier bread recipe, you must still be careful about portion control so don’t be tempted to eat this all the time!

10-Minute Keto Toast

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10-Minute Keto Toast Recipe

Ingredients: almond flour, baking powder, salt, egg, ghee.

If you are like me and really miss bread, why not try this quick and easy recipe for low carb and gluten-free bread to use for toast, breadcrumb coatings or French toast – the list is endless! This is made in a mug which gives you perfect round slices to enjoy with any meal and can also help you to control portion sizes since this is easy to overeat!

Mini Paleo Burgers

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Mini Paleo Burgers Recipe

Ingredients: ground beef, mustard, lettuce leaves, salt, avocado oil, almond flour, baking powder, eggs, coconut oil or ghee or olive oil.

Sometimes when you are following a specific diet you miss things like burgers, but there is no need to go without! Making your own burgers is easy and quick and you can be sure there are no additives in them. These mini paleo burgers are great for a lunch or for a kid’s party as they make low-carb perfect finger food and are a great way to encourage children to eat healthily.

Chicken and Bacon Sausages

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Paleo Chicken and Bacon Sausages Recipe

Ingredients: chicken breasts, bacon, egg, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper.

Chicken goes so well with bacon and these little patties look so good that you will want to make them again and again. Using the seasonings listed here makes the flavor of these sausages absolutely delicious and they will surely become a family favorite. One idea would be to make them into strips and serve with a dairy and nightshade-free dip of your choice as party food.

Mini Zucchini Avocado Burgers

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Mini Zucchini Avocado Burgers Recipe

Ingredients: zucchini, ground beef, avocado, olive or avocado oil, salt.

The overall appearance of these little bites is so impressive that they would make a great dish to serve if you have guests over for a few drinks. Using zucchini instead of buns makes these snacks lower in carbohydrates, lighter and less filling, making them a good idea for children too. Simply serve with some mustard and a green side salad for a lovely summery lunch.

Paleo Popcorn Shrimp

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Paleo/GF Popcorn Shrimp Recipe

Ingredients: shrimp, eggs, paleo cajun seasoning, coconut flour, coconut oil.

If you are looking for a tasty but healthy paleo-friendly snack to serve on game nights or for a simple lunch, why not try this amazing popcorn shrimp! It combines the texture of the crispy coating with the seasoned tender shrimp in little bite-size pieces that can be enjoyed by even your non-paleo friends and family. They might even prefer it this way!

90-Second Microwave Paleo Bread

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90-Second Microwave Paleo Bread

Ingredients: almond flour, baking powder, salt, egg, ghee or butter or coconut oil or olive oil.

Just imagine making your own fresh bread every morning and knowing that it is completely grain-free but delicious! This little paleo loaf is made in a mug, giving you individual servings which can help with portion control. This lovely bread can be served as a side with soup but it tastes so good toasted that this family has it for breakfast with eggs at the weekend.

Mini Fish Cakes

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Mini Fish Cakes Recipe

Ingredients: white fish, almond flour, eggs, salt, pepper, white wine vinegar or lemon juice, baking powder, scallions or chives, garlic powder, ghee or coconut oil.

These little fish cakes look as good as they taste! They are light and golden and would be a fantastic starter for a dinner with friends served with a paleo salsa or relish. They taste great cold, so why not pack some up for lunch or gift them as party food to a friend. Salmon would work well in this recipe, but these can be a good way to use frozen fish instead if you are on a budget.

Mini Spinach Meatloaves

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Mini Spinach Meatloaves Recipe

Ingredients: ground pork or ground turkey, ground beef, onion, garlic, fresh spinach, eggs, Italian seasoning, salt, black pepper, almond or coconut milk, coconut oil.

What a versatile recipe this is! These tasty little meatloaves would be ideal for a healthy breakfast, a light low-carb lunch or as a snack on the go, but would also make a great appetizer for a dinner party, or as party food! The list is endless! You could even use ground turkey instead of beef if you prefer and alter the seasoning to make it more your own. Have fun experimenting with different combinations!

Garlic Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites

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Garlic Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites Recipe

Ingredients: chicken breast, bacon, garlic powder or crushed garlic.

These delicious little chicken bites look great and would make the perfect party food, especially with your favorite paleo dip or salsa. The recipe is easy to prepare and you will be amazed how many you can make from just one chicken breast! These also go down really well for kid’s parties or as a tasty treat on a summer picnic. You could even jazz it up even more by adding some ginger powder to the chicken coating.

Paleo Vegetable Quiche

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Paleo Vegetable Quiche Recipe

Ingredients: ghee, garlic, bell peppers, onion, spinach, tomatoes, eggs, black olives, coconut cream, salt, pepper.

Here is a great recipe for a quiche that has no crust, cutting down on the carbs and making this quiche much healthier. It is also dairy-free yet still has all the flavors and textures of traditional quiche. Because of the olives, garlic and tomato, this dish has a real Mediterranean flavor and would be great as an appetizer for a themed dinner.

Avocado Deviled Eggs (Contains Dairy)

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Avocado Deviled Eggs Recipe

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingredients: boiled eggs, avocado, goat cheese, lime juice, chili infused olive oil, Celtic sea salt.

Deviled eggs look a bit complicated but are so easy to make and are a quick source of protein and healthy fats, so they don’t have to be restricted to party time – why not have them for a lovely keto-friendly lunch instead! These have a subtle green tinge and would be perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. If you don’t like any heat in your food you can simply use unflavored oil instead of chili oil.

Garlic Cauliflower Breadsticks (Contains Dairy)

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Garlic Cauliflower Breadsticks

Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed

Ingredients: cauliflower rice, butter, garlic, red pepper flakes, Italian seasoning, kosher salt, shredded mozzarella cheese, egg, Parmesan cheese.

This is a lovely sharing dish you can serve to the family! Pile the breadsticks on a plate and serve with your homemade tomato-less dip and let them all tuck in! You can alter the flavor by using different seasonings, but I recommend you try this Italian-based one first. I also like a stronger garlic taste so I add in extra. These also taste amazing with salsa and can be cut into bite-size pieces to serve at a party.

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Louise Hendon

Louise holds a Bachelors and Masters in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University (UK). She attended Columbia University for her JD and practiced law at Debevoise & Plimpton before co-founding Louise's Foods, Paleo Living Magazine, Nourishing Brands, & CoBionic. Louise has considerable research experience but enjoys creating products and articles that help move people just a little bit closer toward a healthy life they love. You can find her on Facebook or LinkedIn.