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10+ Keto Snacks Ideas To Boost Your Weight Loss Goals

Low-carbs snacks ideas

Keto Snacks

If you are hours away from a proper meal, it is obvious that you crave a snack. Usually, we grab anything that is easy to access or make at home. But it can be hard to choose a snack if you are on a low-carb diet. I’ve put together a list of delectable snacks that are flavour and low in carbohydrates.


This Keto Namkeen recipe features a mix of almonds, dried coconut, flax seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, Chia seeds, and spices. Heat coconut oil and fry curry leaves, coconut, and spices. Stir in the seeds and almonds, coating them with the spices. Add chia seeds, cumin powder, and stevia. Once cooled, store this fiber-rich snack in an airtight container for a tasty treat.

Paneer Cutlets

These low-carb cutlets are a delightful blend of Indian flavors and cheesiness, all while staying true to your Keto diet. Preparing them is a breeze—just mix the ingredients, shape them into cutlets, and shallow fry. Combine mashed paneer with spices and onions, add psyllium husk for binding, shape into cutlets, and fry until golden brown in ghee or butter.

Broccoli + Cheese Fritters

These broccoli fritters are a healthier twist on the traditional deep-fried snack, maintaining a delightful crunch without using cornmeal. Process broccoli, then mix it with almond flour, cheese, and flaxseed meal. Add eggs and seasoning. Shape into balls, coat with flaxseed meal, and deep-fry until golden. Serve with your choice of sauce for a delicious winter treat.

Cabbage Cutlets

Elevate your keto menu with these satisfying cabbage cutlets, a delightful twist on traditional options. Shred cabbage, season it with aromatic spices, and add eggs and almond powder for binding. Shape into cutlets and fry in ghee until golden. Serve with homemade mint sauce for a delicious, low-carb breakfast or snack to keep you energized.

Cheddar Bacon Balls

Enjoy a delightful keto-friendly treat with these Cheddar Bacon Balls. Line a baking sheet and bake bacon until crisp. In a large bowl, combine cream cheese, butter, Cheddar cheese, lime zest, lime juice, and garlic. Fold in the bell pepper and chill the mixture. Shape into balls and serve cold for a flavorful and nutritious snack.

Chicken Shami Kebabs

Indulge in the delightful flavors of Chicken Shami Kebab, a popular Indian non-vegetarian starter. Simply mix all the ingredients to form a soft dough, then shape it into small balls and flatten them. Heat ghee in a non-stick pan and fry the kebabs until golden on all sides. Serve hot with fresh mint chutney.

Cheese Biscuits

Making Keto Cheese Biscuits is a quick 30-minute process, with just 12–16 minutes of baking. These ketogenic biscuits maintain their delicious taste while significantly reducing net carbs to only 3 grams per serving. Simply mix almond flour, seasoning, egg, butter, and cheddar, bake until golden, cool, and top with a brush of flavorful toppings.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookies

Make these delectable peanut butter chocolate cookies that blend rich cocoa with creamy peanut butter. Preheat your oven to 350 °F (176.67 °C). Mix peanut butter, stevia, egg, cocoa, and vanilla until a dough forms. Shape into balls, flatten with a fork, and bake for 10 minutes. Cool, then refrigerate until set. Enjoy these delightful homemade cookies.

Crispy Avocado Chips & Dips

These avocado chips, though suitable for a ketogenic diet, are a versatile and delicious snack for anyone seeking a wholesome treat. Preheat the oven to 325 °F (162.78 °C) and combine all ingredients in a bowl for a smooth batter. Drop spoonfuls onto a lined baking pan, press them into 3-inch circles, and bake for 35–40 minutes until crispy. Cool and serve with your favorite dip for a tasty treat.

Keto Tikki

My keto cauliflower tikkis, or fried cakes, offer a delightful and authentically Indian snack with just three main ingredients. Grate and dry cauliflower, then microwave and mix with mozzarella, spices, and Psyllium Husk. Shape into tikkis and cook on a hot pan until crispy and golden. Serve with your preferred chutney or sauce. Enjoy the simplicity and flavor of this delicious treat.

Bliss Balls

Low-carb bliss balls are easy-to-make snacks that can be eaten at any time of the day. They cater to busy individuals. Prepare by creating a chia gel, mixing it with butter, cacao, coconut, macadamias, salt, xylitol, and zest. Shape into balls, coat with coconut, and store in the fridge for a week for the best flavor.

Low-Carb Snack Ideas

1. Sunflower seeds 2. Pumpkin seeds 3. Pistachios
4. Boiled eggs 5. Coconut chips 6. Cheese slices on sliced tomatoes
7. Almonds 8. Walnuts 9. Avocado
10. Cucumber, and cheese sandwiches 11. Cucumber w/ cream cheese 12. Cucumber w/ peanut butter
13. Deviled eggs 14. Sliced cucumbers spread w/ cream cheese & 15. Dipped in salsa
16. Bacon 17. Cheese slices 18. Salami
19. 0% Greek yogurt w/ stevia and berries 20. Egg salad 21. Cucumbers and Greek yogurt dip
22. Cottage cheese with berries 23. String cheese 24. Mini bell peppers and Greek yogurt dip
25. Bacon-wrapped jalapeño cream cheese bites 26. Zucchini chips 27. Kale chips
28. Baked cheese slices 29. Baked parmesan crisps 30. Baked pepperoni chips
31. Baked pepperoni, pizza sauce, and mozzarella bites 32. Protein shakes 33. Low-carb cheesecake
34. Low-carb muffin in a mug 35. Smoked salmon 36. Low-carb trail mix
37. Olives 38. Scrambled eggs 39. Low-carb stevia-sweetened chocolate
40. Salami, cream cheese, and sliced bell pepper roll-ups 41. Side salad w/ protein 42. Homemade low-carb ice cream
43. Homemade low-carb cookies 44. Low-carb chicken salad on cucumber slices 45. Low-carb fat bombs
46. Store-bought low-glycemic protein bars 47. Store-bought protein packs 48. Low-carb pizza zucchini bites
49. Homemade low-carb fudge 50. Leftover cooked meat 51. Roasted radish chips
52. Bulletproof coffee 53. BLT Wraps (bacon, tomato, and mayo) 54. Wrapped in lettuce
55. Homemade low-carb cloud bread

I don’t know about you, but when I crave a quick snack, any of these can be my go-to option. I don’t know about you, but when I crave a quick snack, any of these can be my go-to option. I hope you will enjoy having and making these low-carb snack options that are comforting, salty, crunchy, sweet,  and super-satisfying. 

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