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Best Keto Snack List

It’s a scenario we’ve all experienced –
you didn’t bring quite enough food for
lunch and the afternoon hunger pains
strike with a vengeance. Although a
ketogenic diet, which focuses on filling
quality fats and proteins, is one of the
most satiating ways to eat…it’s
sometimes necessary to have a snack to
tide you over until the next meal. There
are so many common snack foods that are
not keto-friendly. Think vending machines,
stuff like granola bars, pretzels, and
crackers. It can be very tempting to
cheat in situations when you’re hungry
and there may not be any good options,
but those additional carbs can be costly
when it comes to your weight loss goals.
To help you navigate these tricky
situations we put together a helpful
list of the best keto snacks. For the
full list check out the article,
“50-plus healthy keto snacks to help with
ketosis.” Here are just a handful of our
favorite high-fat or low-calorie keto
snacks. Olives. These days you can find
olives in just about every supermarket
and even in some well-stocked
convenience stores. Olives are full of
heart-healthy fats with very little
carbs or protein. If you buy jarred
olives be sure to read the nutritional
information to confirm there aren’t any
sneaky carbs in there.
Pork rinds. Just because potato chips are
off the table doesn’t mean that you
can’t have something crunchy and salty
to snack on. Pork rinds are just the
ticket. Just take care to buy a brand
that’s made with only pork rinds and
salt. Nuts and nut butters. Some nuts have
more carbs than others. We suggest
macadamia nuts as they contain high
amounts of monounsaturated fat and
minimal omega-6 content. Nut butters made
with almonds, pecans, and macadamia nuts,
are a good option too.
With any nut-based snack keep an eye on
the portion as they are easy to overeat.
Keto-friendly dark chocolate and cacao
nibs. Craving something a bit sweet? A
small square of stevia-sweetened dark
chocolate or regular chocolate that has
at least an 80% cocoa content or higher
is a safe choice. Cacao nibs are great
too, especially when added to nut butter. The calories
add up quickly though so keep the
portions small. You can also easily make
dozens of keto snacks at home. Taking the
time to prepare high-quality snacks for
yourself will save you from tempting
situations. When you’re in need of a bite
to eat out in the world. Some of the best
options include avocados. A ripe avocado
cut in half and sprinkled with a bit of
salt and pepper is a tasty fat loaded
snack. Mash it up with a touch of
mayonnaise and a sprinkle of your
favorite dried herb for a different take,
or try homemade guacamole. Combine high-fat
low-protein cheeses such as
mascarpone and cream cheese, with other
snacks like pork rinds and nuts for a
keto-friendly treat. You can also
incorporate cheese’s into dips like our
spicy sausage cheese dip. Bacon. Cook up a
double batch of bacon and keep a
container in the fridge to stay one step
ahead. Enjoy bacon on its own or combine
with other ingredients like
bacon-wrapped asparagus. Fat bombs. Fat bombs are a combination of ketogenic
ingredients that contain over 90% fat.
Read the Ruled.Me article, “A
comprehensive guide to fat bombs” to
learn more. One of our favorites are the
jalapeno popper fat bombs. Pickles.
Sugar-free pickles like our fire and ice
pickles, can really hit the spot when you
want something salty and sour. They’re
also super-low in calories. Kale chips.
Package brands of kale chips can contain
additional carbs. Try making them at home
for the most keto-friendly and economic
version. Homemade bone broth. Savory, warm,
and comforting. Bone broth also touts
many nutritional benefits. The best way
to keep it truly keto is to make it at
home. To learn more check out our
comprehensive guide titled, “The ketogenic
version of the bone broth diet.”
Hard-boiled and deviled eggs. Hard-boiled
and deviled eggs are simple and quick
snacks to make at home and to have ready
to go in the fridge. Drinks. Unsweetened
coffee and iced tea. Keto-proof coffee
and keto friendly smoothies can be an
ideal way to chase away cravings. After
all, sometimes when we think we’re hungry
we’re actually just tired bored or
simply thirsty. Find easy-to-follow
recipes for all of these beverages on
Ruled.Me. we encourage you to snack
mindfully. Just because all of these
snacks are low-carb doesn’t mean you can
eat an unlimited amount of them, and
while homemade snacks are a better
choice than highly processed snack foods,
overeating them can slow down or stop
the weight loss progress you’ve been
working so hard for. Use our keto
calculator to keep track of your
snacking decisions. That way you can
avoid the potential downsides of
snacking. Ruled.Me has plenty more
information and recipes about every meal
of the day including snack time to help
you make your keto diet work in a
long-term sustainable way. Be sure to
take a look at our other videos to learn
more about all things keto.

Randall Smitham



  1. Stuart Pierce Posted on August 7, 2019 at 4:25 pm

    Thanks so much for video! Jennifer 😊 👍

  2. CHATH K Posted on August 7, 2019 at 5:18 pm