Looking for easy low-carb snacks to keep you on track and make keto meal prep simple? Check out these 60+ Keto Snacks (all under 3 net carbs per serving!) to keep you satisfied!
How to Make a Keto Diet Work for You
Making goals and committing to a keto diet can be tough at first! Having easy, quick, and delicious low-carb snacks can make it much easier. This list has tons of options that can help you achieve your goals! Make your morning routine easier with this Keto Cinnamon Frappuccino and these 5-Ingredient Keto Sausage Balls, pack tasty lunches that are easy to meal prep (like Keto Ham and Cheese Bites or Keto Buffalo Chicken Muffins)!
Have after-school keto snacks that come together quickly like Keto Chicken Fajita Taquitos and Keto Chicken Bacon Ranch Lettuce Wraps, and then satisfy your sweet tooth with these Keto Cheesecake Brownies and The Best Lemon Bars!
Get more quality family time by meal prepping several of these snacks to share for movie night or game night! Have a variety of options (like these Instant Pot Havarti-Stuffed Meatballs, Keto Pizza Rolls, and Keto Cheesecake Brownies) so everybody ends the night happy. Keep scrolling for more easy keto snacks under 3 net carbs!
How do I meal prep keto snacks?
A busy schedule can make it difficult to stick to keto! Here are tips to make it run smoother:
- Try to schedule a “prep day” every 1-3 weeks to make and freeze as many low-carb snacks, breakfasts, and desserts as you can. You can get a lot more done if it’s the only thing in your plan for the day!
- When freezing, double or triple wrap individual snacks in plastic wrap. It’s SO frustrating when you put in the work to prepare food ahead of time, freeze it, then pull it out later only to find it’s been ruined by freezer burn! Multiple layers of plastic wrap + storing in a freezer bag will help. Even better, store those wrapped goodies in a vacuum-sealed bag (or use a straw to suck the remaining air out of your normal freezer bag).
- Double your recipes. Even if you’re just making a snack for lunch, double or triple the recipe as you’re working. Then you can freeze your leftovers, saving you a ton of time and work later!
- Write reheating instructions on the bags or containers so that anyone can reheat snacks when they need one. This way it’s not up to you to remember the best reheating method.