5 Keto Snacks That Make The Ketogenic Diet Easy

Come to the wild side and discover why real ingredients can be delicious, Keto, and easy to travel within five simple steps. From your next road trip to that go-big gym session, we know you’ll dig these low-carb high-fat Keto snacks as much as we do.

Dried or Cured Meats

Shooting in at the top of the list of Keto snacks is dried and cured meats; from straight up bacon bits to jerky, biltong, and pepperoni, dried meat is an ideal low carb snack. Aside from the big flavor payoff, a stick of jerky or an airtight pack of bacon will travel with you for miles, maybe even weeks. Just be sure to invest in quality dried meats with no hidden sugar, carbs, or hormones.

Here are some pre-packaged jerky suggestions to kickstart your journey:

Cheese 

While cheese may not be the first thing you think to grab before you run out the door; consider that cheese typically has zero carbs, is high in fat, and did we mention – delicious! Cheese is an instant fat bomb that can curb hunger cravings and contains linoleic acid, which is a fat that has been linked to fat loss and improvements in body composition.

Here are some travel-friendly cheeses:

Nui Cookies

Not to toot our own horn, but the reason Nui was created was to fill the void of Keto snacks in the mainstream market; we wanted to create a delicious, high fat, low carb option for people who love food makes with real ingredients like grass-fed butter and coconut oil. Nui cookies are perfect for traveling with and feature a foil-lined pouch to lock in that extra freshness.

You can now order three flavors including double chocolate on our website (while supplies last)

Where to buy: eatnui.com for more info on how we’re serving the Keto community with love!

Nuts and Seeds 

Keto snacks are ideal for those busy days when you have a lot to juggle; on these days, consider boosting your fat intake to give your body and mind the energy it needs to perform. Whether you’re hitting the gym or have a double shift ahead of you, some low carb nuts and seeds are a delicious and surprisingly forgiving snack that can thrive at the bottom of your briefcase.

We love these low-carb varieties:

  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Brazil nuts
  • Macadamia nuts
  • Salted almonds
  • Walnuts

Fat Coffee

Who says you can’t have more than one breakfast in a day? Fat coffee (black coffee made with grass-fed butter or MCT oil) is a nutrient dense – and delicious - energy drink that can get you between meals. Better yet, you can order black coffee from most restaurants and cafes – even gas stations – and add butter, making this one of the easiest and most inexpensive Keto snacks out there.

Butter we recommend:

 

What Keto snacks can’t you leave the house without? Leave a comment and let us know!

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3 comments

  • Tamara – there are 2 NET grams of carbs per package. Sugar alcohols are half the calories of regular sugars and slower absorption, there is a minimal impact on blood sugar and insulin response. Because of this, sugar alcohols don’t significantly interfere with fat burning and are subtracted from carb count, along with fiber which your body does not absorb.

    Kimberly
  • Wondering what actual carb count is on Keto cookies. Your website and the packaging show significantly different amounts. I want to try this but only if they are truly low carb. They look awesome!

    Tamara
  • How do you blend butter into your coffee on the go?

    Tommy Hansen

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