21. Red Chili Kaffir Lime Toasted Almonds
Single handfuls of almonds are always great as quick, almost no carb snacks. High in protein, monounsaturated fats, vitamin E, folate, calcium, niacin, phosphorus and magnesium, almonds curb the appetite in good health. These are savory and slightly tropical.
22. Cheesy Ranch Popcorn Chicken
Everyone loves Ranch dressing. Popcorn chicken is equally as popular among young and old. When popcorn chicken seasoned with Ranch dressing tastes this great and is both low-carb and gluten free, who would ever pass it by without sneaking a bite?
23. Jalapeno Popper Fat Bombs
When your low-carb diet needs more fat or for the keto dieter, these jalapeno popper fat bombs will do the trick. Each fat bomb provides 19.3 grams of fat in a low-carb ball of bacon coated, cheesy goodness. Jalapeno peppers add just the right amount of spice.
24. Garlic Basil Parmesan Crisps
Requiring only five minutes of time to cook and a matter of seconds to prepare, these low-carb snacks make great dipping crisps, flavored with the sharpness of parmesan and lightness of basil. These are a great go-to nibbler when you need them, satisfying for all ages.
25. Cheesy Baked Cauliflower Tots
Tots rule! Always a crowd pleaser and a great low-carb snack recipe, these cheesy baked cauliflower tots are as good as traditional tots with a cheesy, healthy twist. They are especially great right out of the oven, when they are nice and warm.
Sweet Snack ideas
The sweet tooth can be a big problem for anyone adapting to a no carb diet or even those who have long and successfully enjoyed their lifestyle of healthy eating. It can be difficult to find great no carb snack ideas, particularly sweet ones. Within this diverse collection of 25 great low-carb and carb free snack ideas, there are plenty of flavors to cure that desire for sweetness.
These recipes range from chocolaty delights to butterscotch, peanut butter, fruit and even cheesecake goodness. Many of the recipes are allergen free, while others fit well within dairy-free, soy-free or other specific dietary lifestyles. The best part of this collection is that all of the recipes are good and are even delightfully sweet enough for those less concerned about nutrition.
26. Homemade Chocolate Chips (Carob Chips)
Homemade chocolate chips are always a treat, especially when they are dairy, sugar, trans fat and soy free. The carob version of this recipe is equally great. Eaten alone as little chunk nibblers to cure your sweet tooth or when baked into cookies or other recipes, these chips provide cost savings over store-bought brands.
27. Paleo Low Carb Snickerdoodle
Snickerdoodles are a traditional cookie that everyone seems to love. Grain-free and gluten-free, these cookies fit well into a Paleo and keto diet as a low-carb snack. Regular sugar can be replaced by granulated sweetener, for those who want to make these waistline friendly. A great party treat!
28. Quick Chocolate Low Carb Dessert Muffin
Do not have time for traditionally baked muffins, or just hate the longer process of oven baking? These great dessert muffins are made in the microwave in just one minute. With only five minutes of prep time, you have a great chocolatey dessert in mere moments without all of the fat, calories and carbs of those store-bought diet monsters.
29. Peanut Butter Pecan Bars
When you crave a handy dessert or snack on-the-go, nothing beats this low-carb snack bar. With only five ingredients, they are quick and easy. The recipe is highly versatile, usable for all sorts of flavorful bars and fudge style treats. Great for tucking into the kids’ school lunches. Look also to this paleo pizza recipe in days when you don’t feel like cooking.
30. Low Carb Peanut Butter Breakfast Bars
Sometimes it is nice to eat breakfast on the go, instead of eggs or other traditional foods. These peanut butter bars are perfect for grabbing and going, whether for breakfast or as a between meal low carbohydrate snack. The fat content is perfect for people on keto diets, too.