Easy Low Carb Snacks
Quick and easy healthy snacks are a must. I’ve compiled a list of 10 healthy snacks for your low carb diet.
Chocolate Raspberry Bites
These couldn’t be any easier. One day I was eating some Lily’s dark chocolate chips and thought, man these would be great with some raspberries! Then it hit me: These little holes in the raspberries are perfect to shove a chocolate chip inside! You get all the yumminess of raspberry and chocolate with almost zero effort. These make a cute bite-sized snack for anyone. My kids love them!
An Instant Pot makes hardboiled eggs minutes. Set the trivet inside, add 2C cold water, then place eggs inside so they have a bit of space in between. Seal the lid and set the “steam” function timed for 5 minutes.
Meanwhile, fill a heat safe bowl with ice water. Once the timer goes off, quick-release the pressure. Remove the eggs with a slotted spoon and place them into the ice bath.
Allow to cool for about 5 minutes, then enjoy! Mix the yolks with some mayo, then refill the whites for deviled eggs.
Once the granola is made, you have a quick snack to eat alone, with some berries or on top of your favorite yogurt! You can find my recipe here.
I personally love Two Good brand yogurt. It’s sugar free and just 2g carbs per serving.
No cooking or prep required here. Eat solo or use as a chip to dip into guacamole or salsa. Choose a brand with low sugar like 4505 and chow down!
Another no-cook idea to help maintain magnesium levels. Be sure to weigh the portion out to avoid overeating. Good options are walnuts, pecans, macadamia, pistachios and cashews.
Loaded with your favorite meats, cheeses, olives, pickles, nuts, veggies, deviled eggs, etc, these take a bit of prep but are super easy and will totally fill you up.
Romaine lettuce, bacon, tomato and some mayo (optional) are all you need to whip these up. The crunch of the romaine is so satisfying, you won’t need bread.
Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
Another sweet snack made with Lily's chocolate chips, all you need is some strawberries and a double boiler to melt the chocolate. No double boiler? Microwave the chocolate in 30 second intervals, stirring in between, until the chocolate is melted and smooth.
Jump to the recipe here.
Homemade Cheese Crackers
Can you believe these are just CHEESE?! My friend Dom over at nobunplease shared this recipe and it is absolute perfection. Find the recipe on his site here.
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