Whether you’ve been on the Ketogenic diet for a while now or are new to it, you’ve likely struggled with snacks.

Main meals – breakfast, lunch, and dinner – seem to be easier to figure out, but snacks are often eaten on-the-go and it’s not until you’re hangry that you realize you need something low-carb to snack on. These sweet, salty, and everything in between snacks will help squash your cravings and fuel you with healthy fats that will keep you satisfied until your next meal.

We’ve tried not to overrun this list with fat bombs (even though they’re great!), but if that’s more your style check out these Fat Bomb Recipes To Fuel You On a Keto Diet.

1. No Bake Keto Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls

These little bites only take 5 minutes and 4 ingredients and are the perfect snack if you’re craving something sweet! Plus peanut butter… need I say more? Didn’t think so.

2. Keto Nut Bars

Crunchy and chewy? Yes please! These nut bars are a keto version of a carb-heavy granola bar and are great to whip up on a Sunday to fuel you all week long. It’s also a good way to use up leftover nuts and seeds when you’ve got small amounts of many different types. Make these up today and avoid slipping out of ketosis this week!

3. Charcuterie Kabobs

These no-bake kabobs are perfect for a potluck or party, or just for an afternoon snack! Choose your fav low-carb meats, cheeses, and other charcuterie ingredients and slide them onto extra large toothpicks. Perfect for packed lunches and snacks and completely customizable! That’s a win in our books.

4. Low-Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Popsicles

Looking for a cold snack on a hot day? These peanut butter popsicles are keto-friendly and oh so creamy and dreamy! No more missing out on ice cream with your family now that you have this recipe up your sleeve!


5. Keto Cookie Dough

You only need a few ingredients and a few minutes to make these grain-free, keto, vegan raw cookie dough balls! They’re as delicious as they look and can be kept in the fridge for snacking all week long.

6. Low-Carb Keto Tuna Pickle Boats

When you get hangry, you need a good snack, and quick. This recipe will save your diet, keep you from grabbing the wrong things, and it’s low-calorie, low-carb, high-fat and everything you’ve dreamed of.

Don’t shy away from the odd combination, it’s actually a pretty amazing food fusion. The tanginess of the dill pickle is the perfect compliment to its tuna salad filling.

7. Low-Carb No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Bars

These 10-minute no-bake bars are made with walnuts, cashews, peanut butter, coconut, and dark chocolate – packed with healthy fats and flavor! These will satisfy your craving for a sugary treat without slipping out of ketosis! Plus, as an added bonus, you can sub in any nuts you’ve got on hand and need to use up to make them customed to your tastes.

8. Healthy Keto Avocado Hummus

This tasty hummus combines healthy fats from avocado, macadamia nuts, and olive oil and uses peppers and celery for dipping. The perfect afternoon pick-me-up!


9. Low Carb Granola Bars

Packed with healthy nuts and drizzled with dark chocolate, these granolas are delicious, high protein, and no-bake! They’re great for on-the-go snacks or packed lunches, regardless of whether you’re Keto!

10. Easy Almond Butter

It’s surprisingly easy to make your own nut butter and often way cheaper! Buy pre-roasted almonds from your local bulk food store to simplify and make this a no-bake recipe. All you need is a high powered blender and you’ll be eating this by the spoonful or on a low-carb food of your choice!

11. Energy-Boosting Bulletproof Coffee (3 Ways!)

Okay, so maybe this is a bit of cheat because it’s a drink, but this is a great way to fuel your morning or afternoon if you’re feeling sluggish! Combine the energy-boosting capacity of coffee with healthy fats of grass-fed butter, coconut oil, and heavy cream that actually make you feel full! This recipe has three different options, including a boozy version.

12. Low-Carb Guacamole

Guacamole is a beloved snacking food known for being full of healthy fats! This simple recipe is easy to whip up when you’re hungry and can even be shared with non-Keto-dieters. For a low-carb dipper option, use pork rinds or cheese crisps!


13. Low-Carb Keto Dessert Bark

Have a snacking sweet tooth? This recipe is for you! With the use of coconut oil, natural peanut butter, sugar-free chocolate and some whole & crushed pecans, you have a freezer snack ready at all times. Be warned though, if you make a tray of this – be prepared for how quickly it will disappear. It’s good. Too good.

14. Ham Roll Ups

These delicious meat, cheese, and veggie roll-ups are a perfect mid-day snack! To make them no-bake, easier, and the prep less messy, we suggest using pre-cooked bacon.

15. Keto Chocolate Nut Clusters

These little treats only require 3 ingredients and are a great sweet snack that can be munched on mid-day or put in your purse for something to snack on when you’re out and about!

Rhiannon Ball

Rhiannon loves to cook and bake but has also never said "no" to a takeout burrito (see, she's just like you!). Despite slowly running out of room in her cabinets, she continues to expand her collections of cookbooks and kitchen gadgets and is deeply jealous of people who can just "whip something up" without a recipe. When she's not in the kitchen, you can find her camping and hiking with her husband and rescue dog, Waffles.

I'm all about grilling in the summertime! In fact, we make most of our meals on the barbecue when the weather cooperates.
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