Going keto is a great way to lose weight, feel younger, look healthier, and generally just improve your life. But it’s not always easy to come up with tasty, new recipes – especially when you start to get bored.
To help, we’ve compiled a list of 50 keto snacks for you – each one tastier than the last. You can easily stay burning fat all day long, and you’ll also now have plenty of recipes to last you all year long. Bon appétit!
If you love keto, but also love pizza – this is the recipe for you. These chips will hit all your pleasure centers – they’re a little bit crunchy, a little bit salty – and loaded with a whole lot of flavor.
What’s not to love about these easy-to-make keto cheesecake fat bombs? They’re tasty, portable, and pleasing for the whole family. You can also mix and match with endless flavor combinations, to create your own unique variations.
Bread twists are a high-carb staple. So when you go keto, it can be easy to assume that they are now a thing of the past. Not so – these keto-fied bread twists will have you feeling like you’re back at Olive Garden – but this time you’re much healthier.
Who doesn’t love an epic lava cake? This keto recipe may seem sugary and unhealthy, but it’s not. If the visuals of the overflowing chocolate don’t get you – the heavenly taste certainly will.
A grilled cheese is one of the biggest comfort food classics out there, and this keto variation allows you to relive your favorite high-carb memories. You can also pair this with a keto-friendly tomato soup, for a perfect winter snack.
Hot chocolate is typically loaded with sugar, but this keto version is not. You can pair this with low-carb waffles, keto pancakes, or anything else your heart can dream up.
We love a good shortbread cookie, but we love staying ketogenic even more. That’s why this cookie is the perfect solution – you can indulge without the guilt. These are perfect for holiday parties, dinner parties, or just a cozy weekend at home.
Everyone loves cookie dough, but it’s also loaded with sugar and terrible fats. Not so, when you make this keto version. These fat bombs are the perfect energetic boost during a slow afternoon, and they provide your brain with all the healthy fats you need.
Keto nachos are delicious on their own, but this cheesy bacon chip version takes things up another notch. Perfect for parties, when you need a healthy ‘cheat’, or at any other time of day.
These easy keto muffins are ready in just 20 minutes, and are perfect for any low-carb approach. You can top these with endless keto-friendly ingredients, or just enjoy them exactly as they are.
These delectable fries are so good – you might have a hard time believing they’re keto! You can mix in some Old Bay seasoning for even more flavor – or try adding a bit of melted cheese or crispy bacon on top.
These are so good – your family won’t even know these pizza treats are low-carb. Great for satisfying the kids, plus you can mix and match with all your favorite toppings.
If you love almonds, pecans, or walnuts – this a perfect snack for you. You can spice these up any way you please, and we recommend trying some butter or keto-friendly confectioner’s sugar on top.
Keto tacos are very tasty, and this breakfast variation throws in some extra cheese and bacon. Of course, you can experiment by adding even more keto-friendly ingredients.
There’s nothing we love more than a good brownie – and this recipe does not disappoint. You can get all of your cravings out of the way, by simply making these fat bombs. Dig in!
Love keto – but also love waffles? Then do we ever have the recipe for you! This delicious, simple-to-make dish can be whipped up in no time – and it will definitely satisfy everyone in your house!
We love a good crab stew, and this low-carb variation is perfect for any time of year. You can throw in a bit of lobster, to get even more flavor and protein!
Goldfish are a childhood staple, but this keto-friendly recipe removes all the carbs. Enjoy a cheesy, portable snack – but say goodbye to the guilt.
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Simple to make, full of flavor, and pairing perfectly with a cup of tea or coffee. What’s not to love about these tasty fat bombs?
These keto bars are already loaded with crowd-pleasing goodness, but try adding even more of your favorite toppings – then you’ll really take this recipe to the next level.
You might be craving bread since you went keto, but this recipe will fix that. Try adding a small amount of cheese, for even more delicious flavor.
Combining two of our favorite things in one (cauliflower, and waffles) – this flavor-packed recipe will undoubtedly be one you keep coming back to.
We love a good Butterfinger – even if they’re not exactly keto! This keto-friendly pie recipe still allows you to capture the flavor of a Butterfinger – but without all the guilt. Perfection!
These work great as an appetizer for parties, as a treat for the kids, or simply as a nice weekend snack. Dip them in a little hot sauce, to add some spice.
These simple pizza muffins are perfect even for the non-keto dieters in your household. We like to add a little extra cheese on top, just to keep things interesting.
If you love the classic holiday Starbucks coffee – this is the recipe to bookmark. It’s simple, tasty – and won’t kick you out of ketosis.
Take your favorite classic meatball recipe, remove the carbs and sugar, up the meat quality, and add in some superfoods. What will you get? This fantastic, tasty, and protein-packed snack!
If you love cheese, and you love crispy chips – this is the dish for you. Simple to make, packed with flavor, and guaranteed to make everyone happy – you’ll want to add this to your favorites.
This delicious halloumi cheese is wrapped in bacon, and we couldn’t love it more. Recommend to your non-keto friends, to show them exactly why keto is so awesome.
This classic recipe never gets old. Try mixing in a few sugar-free chocolate chips, a hint of cinnamon, or even some extra cream.
If you love taquitos, but hate how unhealthy they typically are – this may be the recipe for you. Low-carb, easy to prepare, and packed with flavor – what’s not to love?
Who doesn’t love mac and cheese? This recipe is a healthy update on a comfort food classic. Our advice? Add more cheese. Lots and lots of cheese.
We’re not the biggest eaters of salami, but this crispy recipe is undeniable.
Oh, how we love this one. Breadsticks are a junk food classic – and one that are wiped out by going low-carb. But you can make this keto-friendly version instead – and still stay deep in fat-burning mode.
This cinnamon roll flatbread is decadent – especially once you add the icing. A true crowd-pleaser that you’ll find yourself coming back to – again and again.
What’s not to love about a super-fudgy brownie recipe – that only has 2 grams of net carbs? Good luck keeping your kids and spouse away from these!
We love corndogs, but they’re not typically thought of as very healthy. These keto corndog muffins, however, are perfect for any low-carb diet.
It would be hard to be let down by a keto recipe called ‘sex in a pan’ – and believe us, you won’t be!
Love mint chocolate? Love popsicles? But hate sugar? This is undoubtedly the recipe for you.
Love garlic bread? So do we. You’ll be pleasantly surprised with how much this keto version tastes just like the real thing.
The zucchini is a very overlooked vegetable, and this keto recipe does a great job of showing just why the zucchini is so great. Perfect for weekends, trips, or just for the kids – these chips are also loaded with nutrients.
If you love peaches and cream, you’ll love these keto fat bombs. Packed with taste, low in carbs, and easy to prepare – they’re utterly perfect.
Hostess cupcakes are a junk food staple – but who wants to gain weight and feel bad, just for something tasty? That’s where this low-carb adaptation comes in. All of the taste – with none of the unhealthy ingredients.
Love pumpkin, cheesecake, and staying low carb? Then do we have a recipe for you! This keto pumpkin cheesecake is so tasty – you’ll be able to fool even the biggest sugar junkie.
These barbecue bacon wrapped smokies are a great treat for baseball games, the fourth of July, or any other festive outdoor gatherings. Of course, they also work just as well at home, on a lazy weekend!
With just one head of cauliflower, you can unleash flavor for days. These bites are perfect for nearly any occasion, and try adding even more hot sauce, to really keep things spicy.
Peanut butter, chocolate – and still keto? You betcha! These flavor-packed bars are great for any time you need something healthy, that tastes like it might kill you. Highly recommended.
If there’s one thing we love more than avocado – it’s bacon. But with this brilliant fat bomb recipe, we don’t have to choose between one or the other.
Who doesn’t love chocolate cake? Stay low carb, keep your sugar down – but keep the flavor up, with this sweet and tasty recipe.
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