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Looking for great Ketosis Snacks? We’ve got you covered! We love to snack and when you’re trying to stay in ketosis snacking can be a great thing!

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Getting into ketosis and staying in can be a tricky thing for busy people. As a work from home mom even I struggle with ketosis snacks. I am always looking for snacks that are quick and easy to make and grab while I’m working. I usually leave room for at one to two snacks per day.

Snacks can play a critical role in your overall nutrition and can help you meet your macros where your three meals a day may miss the mark.

Not sure what your macros are? Read this: Personal Ketogenic Diet Recommendations

Meal planning is vital when living the keto lifestyle so take some time each week to make a game plan and prepare a menu plan that works with your macro goals. Every person is different, and each one of you will need different amounts of fats and protein so I will include an exhaustive list of various snacks that meet different macronutrient needs.

If you are looking for a way to plan and track your meals check out this helpful tool: My Fitness Pal Keto Diet Settings

For those of you who work outside the house finding the snacks that are portable is a must. I would rather not cook while I’m working, but I do have the option. You, on the other hand, don’t have that luxury.

That’s why I wanted to put together this list for you. If you work away from home, try to set aside one day a week to prep your snacks. While there are many delicious foods you can grab from the grocery store and eat on the go, that will get old quickly. The thing you need to remember about the keto diet is that it’s a lifestyle, not a short-term change or yo-yo diet. If you want to stick with it, you need to be prepared to make changes to your lifestyle as a whole.

Read More: The Keto Snack

Once you set aside a meal prep day and get into a routine it will become second nature (I promise).

Note: When purchasing snacks from the list below, please remember to check each brand and look at the following:

  • Carb Count  (the lowers the better)
  • Sugar (aim for 0 grams)
  • Fat (the higher the better)
  • PreservativesWhen shopping, I look at the nutrition information of every single brand before making my purchase and you should too! Sometimes you may have to bend a little bit, for the most part, it’s not too hard to stick to these guidelines.

Also, when it comes to foods that have nitrates limit your consumption. When at all possible purchase nitrate-free products.

Free Printable Keto Snack List

 Download your FREE printable Keto Snack List here.

Ketosis Snacks: Nuts

Macadamia Nuts
Brazil Nuts
Planter’s Heart Health (my favorite mixed nuts)
Blue Diamond Wasabi & Soy Sauce Almonds
Blue Diamond Bold Salt ‘n Vinegar Almonds
Nut Butters

Ketosis Snacks: Dairy

Hard Boiled Eggs
Deviled Eggs
String Cheese or Cheese Cubes
Babybel Cheese Wheels
Whipped Cream (Homemade)
Blue Cheese Dressing
Pepper Jack Cheese
Cream Cheese

Ketosis Snacks: Produce

Celery (stuffed with cream cheese or all natural peanut butter)
Black Olives (stuffed with cream cheese)
Bell Peppers

Ketosis Snacks: Dry

Pork Rinds
Flax Seed Crackers
Moon Cheese
Quest Protein Bars (Many Keto Dieters love these, but I personally don’t eat them and I wouldn’t recommend it before you meet your goals. You need to purchase the natural bars with sugar alcohols and no sugar).
Coconut Flakes

Ketosis Snacks: Meats

Beef Jerky
Meat Sticks
Canadian Ham
Country Ham
Beef / Chicken Broth

Ketosis Snacks: Drinks

Protein Shakes (w/a milk listed below)
Cashew Milk
Almond Milk
Coconut Milk
Coffee (w/heavy cream)
Bullet Proof Coffee

Fat Bombs can also be a great snacking option for keto dieters (especially in the beginning when you struggle to meet your macros). Check out the link to see all of our fat bomb recipes.

Homemade Snacks:

Cinnamon Butter Cookies
Creamy Bacon Veggie Dip
Keto Eggnog
Low Carb Keto Cereal

 Download your FREE printable Keto Snack List here.

Looking for a complete Keto Food List and Free Printable Keto Grocery List? We have those too!

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Ruth A Bydash

Thursday 20th of June 2019

What about peanut butter? I'm a diabetic, so I keep it at home and the office.

Judith Hoffman

Friday 24th of May 2019

Can I have popcorn?


Saturday 25th of May 2019

Hi Judith! 1 cup of air-popped corn has about 6 net carbs so yes, you can have popcorn!

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