For meat and cheese lovers, the keto diet is a dream–bacon and eggs for breakfast, all the guacamole you can eat, butter on literally everything. That is, until you have to figure out some keto diet-friendly snacks to nosh on. Think about it: All the best snacks are off limits on the keto diet (damn that fickle 70 percent fat, 25 percent protein, 5 percent carbs ratio). Granola bars, crackers, cookies? All off-limits on keto.
So uh, what can you snack on when following a keto diet? We’ve got you covered. These easy grab-and-go keto diet snacks will help you hit your macro goals while never getting hangry.
1. Enlightened keto ice cream
Just because you’re on keto, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your favorite dessert snack: ice cream. And the Enlightened company makes it so much easier, offering keto-friendly ice cream flavors (from butter pecan to chocolate glazed donut) with zero net carb sweeteners and 1g of sugar or less per serving!
Per serving: 200 calories, 18 g fat, 10 g carbs, <1g sugar, 50 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 2 g protein.
2. Grass fed bison
Calling all jerky lovers. You’ll definitely enjoy this flavorful keto-compliant snack. The bars are made with grass-fed beef and you can choose from Jamaican style grass-fed bison, barbecue seasoned chicken, cajun style turkey, and more. Each bar has between 8 and 9 grams of carbs.
Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat, 8 g carbs, 4 g sugar, 300 mg sodium, 4 g fiber, 13 g protein.
3. Chocolate peanut butter bar
If you’re worried about getting your food ratios just right while eating keto, these peanut butter protein bars will make your life easier. Designed specifically for keto dieters, you’ll only be eating about 3 grams or fewer of net carbs.
Per serving: 250 calories, 21 g fat, 13 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 190 mg sodium, 6 g fiber, 8 g protein.
4. Epic keto pork rinds
If you’re always craving something crunchy, consider these keto-friendly pork rinds with with 11 grams of protein per serving. Buyers love it’s light and airy texture. Plus, made with pink Himalayan sea salt, this tasty snack will satisfy your salty fix too.
Per serving: 70 calories, 2.5 g fat, 0 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 190 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 11 g protein.
5. Trader Giotto’s Oven-Baked Cheese Bites
Each bag contains less than 1g of carbohydrates. But the bites are still high in protein, gluten-free and contain no sugar. Eat this cheesy snack alone or add it to a side salad instead of croutons to tide you over between lunch and dinner.
Per half-package: 170 cal, 12 g fat (8 g sat), <1 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 310 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 15 g protein.
6. Roasted Seaweed Snack
Miss chips? Grab roasted seaweed for a quick snack when you’re in the mood for savory + crispy. Seaweed is a great source of iodine, a nutrient that supports thyroid function, says Pegah Jalali, RD, a dietitian at Middleberg Nutrition in New York City. Top ’em with sliced avocado for additional fat, she says.
Per half package: 30 cal, 0 g fat (0 g sat), 1 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 50 mg sodium, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein.
7. SkinnyPop Mini Popcorn Cakes
A fave snack of keto-queen Halle Berry, these Skinny Pop mini popcorn cakes have no sugar and four grams of fiber per 22-cake serving, netting you at 14 grams of carbs. Choose from sea salt or sharp cheddar flavors–you won’t be disappointed.
Per half package: 120 cal, 3.5 g fat, 18 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 170 mg sodium, 4 g fiber, 3 g protein.
8. Avocado Chips
Because what’s better than avocados? Avocado chips. This easy recipe from Delish will have you snacking keto in no time. Topped with lemon, salt, pepper, and parmesan, the crispy snack is both packed with flavor and will keep you on your eating plan.
Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g protein, 4 g carbohydrates, 2 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 10 g fat, 3.5 g saturated fat, 230 mg sodium
9. Bacon asparagus bites
Veggie snacks don’t have to be boring. Turn this classic crunchy veg into drool-worthy munchies with this 30-minute Delish recipe. Everything’s better with bacon anyway.
Per serving: 130 calories, 5 g protein, 3 g carbohydrates, 1 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 11 g fat, 6 g saturated fat, 210 mg sodium
10. Peanut butter and cream cheese
Meet your new fave keto combo: peanut butter and cream cheese. “This snack almost tastes like a dessert–think peanut butter cream cheese frosting,” says Norbryhn. Mix two tablespoons of natural peanut butter with one tablespoon whipped cream cheese.
Per serving: 215 calories, 18 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 8 g carbs, 3 g fiber, 2.5 g sugar, 110 mg sodium, 8 g protein.
11. Keto taquitos
Don’t be intimidated by how intricate these look. The recipe from Delish is super simple and provides a keto option for your go-to game day snack.
Per serving: 230 calories, 17 g protein, 2 g carbohydrates, 0 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 18 g fat, 9 g saturated fat, 310 mg sodium
12. Cinnamon Greek yogurt with walnuts
Combine two ounces of whole-milk Greek yogurt, one tablespoon chopped walnuts, and half a teaspoon cinnamon for a sweet, but healthy snack between meals, suggests Franziska Spritzler, RD, a certified diabetes educator in Huntington Beach, California.
And don’t be thrown off by the carb count: “Although the sugar and net carb counts may seem a bit high, the effective carbs are probably about half because some of the sugar has been converted to lactic acid during the fermentation process,” she says.
Per serving: 160 calories, 12.5 g fat (6.5g saturated fat), 6 g carbs, 5.5 g sugar, 25 mg sodium, 0.5 g fiber, 8 g protein.
13. Dark chocolate
If you want a little something sweet, Kendra Whitmire, RD, a nutritionist in Laguna Beach, California says dark chocolate that’s been sweetened with Stevia, not sugar, should hit the spot. Choose chocolate with more than 70 percent cocoa and stick with a small amount, like a half of an ounce.
Per serving: 59.5 calories, 6 g fat (3.5 g saturated fat), 6.7 g carbs, 2.8 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 0 mg sodium, 1 g protein.
14. Coconut milk
So yes, this is technically a drink more so than a munchy snack, but it’s worth it. You can’t really beat the flavor of coconut milk, even when there’s no added sugar. And it’s loaded with nutrients.
“I like Silk Unsweetened Coconut Milk,” says Charlotte Martin, MS, RDN, and owner of Shaped by Charlotte. “Compared to other brands of unsweetened coconut milk, it’s the lowest in calories and fat, and it’s fortified with vitamins and minerals, like potassium, which most Americans don’t get enough of.”
Per serving (1 cup): 40 calories, 4 g fat, (3 g saturated), 1 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 45 mg sodium, 0 g protein.
15. SmartSweets gummy bears
“If you’re looking for a sweet treat, I lean towards these keto friendly gummy bears called SmartSweets,” says registered dietitian Shawn Wells, MPH, LDN. And these gummies pack 100 percent of your dietary fiber needs, thanks to tapioca.
Per serving: 90 calories, 0 g fat, (0 g saturated), 33 g carbs, 28 g fiber, 3 g sugar, 15 mg sodium, 0 g protein.
16. Berries and cream
There are few fruits you can eat on keto–a small amount of berries can often fit (and they’ll add much-need fiber too your diet, too). Add a quarter cup of raspberries to a bowl and cover in a few tablespoons of cream.
Per serving: 116 calories, 12.2 g fat (7 g saturated fat), 3.7 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 1.4 g sugar, 10 mg sodium, 0.4 g protein.
17. Berry cheesecake smoothies
Did I have you at cheesecake? Made with frozen berries and cottage cheese (which IS indeed keto-friendly), you get the cheesecake taste in a glass with this clever recipe from Lindsay Cotter, the woman behind the gluten-free-dedicated blog Cotter Crunch.
You can also cut way back on the sugar by using Stevia or xylitol syrup as a sweetener. Simply add berries, almonds, coconut milk, cashew cream or cottage cheese (for the cheesecake part), and a dash of cinnamon to a blender, and blend until smooth. Pour into cups and enjoy!
Per serving: 165 calories, 9 g fat, (3 g saturated), 17 g carbs, 4 g fiber, 10 g sugar, 176 mg sodium, 7 g protein.
18. Chocolate almond no-bake protein bars
These no-bake protein bars are a no-brainer for an easy and delicious snack. And you can add a layer of sliced berries for some added fruit, says Cotter–plus, they’re gluten-free AND grain-free.Make them by lining a 9″ x 9″ pan with parchment paper. Add the dry ingredients to a food processor, then mix in the wet ingredients and pour into the pan. Melt dark chocolate and pour over the top, placing them in the fridge for 30 minutes to set. Done!
Per serving: 169 calories, 11 g fat, (3 g saturated), 11 g carbs, 3 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 10 mg sodium, 7 g protein.
19. Chocolate coconut protein balls
A keto snack doesn’t get much better than this–chocolate, coconut, and protein pretty much make up these no-bake balls. And to make this recipe really keto-friendly, omit maple syrup and use sugar-free chocolate chips and protein, says Cotter.Grab a food processor and add in the ingredients (until it forms a batter. Place it in the fridge for 20 minutes to let it firm, then roll it into golf-ball-size balls. Pop them in the freezer for 20 minutes, then snack away.
Per serving: 58 calories, 5 g fat, (2 g saturated), 2 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 36 mg sodium, 3 g protein.
20. Hard-boiled eggs
Just like string cheese, a hard-boiled egg provides some protein and fat, while also being pretty low-cal, says Beth Warren, RDN, author of Secrets of a Kosher Girl. Eat a couple for a filling keto diet snack or pair one with something else on this list.
Per 1 egg: 60 calories, 4 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 0 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 60 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 6 g protein.
Avocados are packed with healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, along with plenty of other minerals like fiber and potassium–and they’re keto-friendly, too. “Avocados are one of my favorite keto diet snacks,” says Jessica Cording, RD, a New York-based dietitian.
She recommends eating one half of an avocado when it’s snack time. Or, if you don’t want to deal with stashing half of an avocado in your fridge, Cording recommends looking out for “gator eggs”–tiny avocados that each count as a single serving.
Per 1/2 avocado: 114 calories, 10.5 g fat (1.4 g saturated fat), 6 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 5 mg sodium, 5 g fiber, 1 g protein.
22. Eggplant “fries”
You can make veggie fries out of practically any vegetable, but eggplant is a less common keto-friendly one. So try this unique twist, courtesy of Sophia DeSantis, author of Veggies Don’t Bite, made with almond flour and maple syrup (nomz!).
Per serving: 387 calories, 24 g fat, (TK g saturated), 7.2 g carbs, TK g fiber, TK g sugar, TK mg sodium, 33.5 g protein.
23. Kalamata olives and cucumber
One cup sliced cucumbers and 10 large olives makes for a great keto-friendly snack, with added benefits: “This is a great snack to help people in ketosis supplement their sodium levels.” says Desiree Nielsen, RD, author of Un-Junk Your Diet. When you’re in ketosis, your body needs more sodium, and “without adequate sodium, people are at risk for dehydration, constipation, and more dangerous electrolyte imbalances,” she adds.
Per serving: 71 calories, 4.8 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 5 g carbs, 2.3 g fiber, 2.1 g sugar, 285 mg sodium, 1.2 g protein.
24. Wrapped dill pickles
“One thing many people do not realize is that when eating a low-carb, ketogenic diet, the body’s need for sodium increases,” says Sarah Koenck, RD, of Virta Health in San Francisco. “Dill pickles are a great way to get in salt and a perfect vehicle for deli sandwich items, sans bread.”
For this low-carb snack, wrap one large dill pickle with one ounce sliced deli meat and once ounce sliced cheese.
Per serving: 160 calories, 9.5 g fat (6 g saturated fat), 1.5 g fiber, 3 g sugar, 3 g carbohydrates, 1645 mg sodium, 6 g protein.
25. Smoky garlic pumpkin seeds
Although fall is the synonymous season of pumpkin EVERYTHING, if you’re on the keto diet, you shouldn’t skip pumpkin seeds. They’re loaded with healthy fats and protein, and this smoky snack only has four simple ingredients. The recipe from DeSantis uses smoked paprika, garlic powder, sea salt, and your choice of oil (for more healthy fat!).
Per serving: 193 calories, 16 g fat, (2 g saturated), 6 g carbs, 3 g fiber, 0g sugar, 265 mg sodium, 10 g protein.
26. Coconut “bacon”
It’s no secret that bacon is a staple of the keto diet, but coconut is a keto-friendly, meat-free alternative. And this vegan option is a smoky, yummy alternative, according to Brittany Mullins. You’ll need unsweetened coconut flakes, liquid aminos, liquid smoke, maple syrup, and smoked paprika.
Per serving: 387 calories, 24 g fat, (TK g saturated), 7.2 g carbs, TK g fiber, TK g sugar, TK mg sodium, 33.5 g protein.
27.Warm Tuscan white-bean dip
Hummus is also keto-friendly, but it can get boring fast. Mix it up with this easy-to-whip-up white-bean dip (yes, white beans are great for keto dieters!) for a flavorful and fiber-filled dip for veggies. Psst…you’ll need a food processor for this one, but it’s well worth it.
Per 1/4 cup serving: 105 calories, 3 g fat, 16 g carbs, 3 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 240 mg sodium, 5 g protein.
28. Collard cheese wraps
“This is an easy portable snack that helps you get extra greens, while being balanced with a bit of protein,” Nielsen says. Take one large collard greens leaf (without the stem) and spread it with one teaspoon each Dijon mustard and mayonnaise. Top with one ounce sliced cheddar cheese and roll like a wrap.
Per serving: 162 calories, 13.4 g fat (7 g saturated fat), 1.3 g carbs, 1.5 g fiber, 0.4 g sugar, 269.4 mg sodium, 8.2 g protein.
29. Cucumber slices and guacamole
“This snack takes seconds to prepare and the healthy fats from this guacamole dip make it a perfectly filling and satisfying snack,” Alyssa Sharp, RD, says. Slice up half a cucumber and dip into half a cup of guacamole.
Per serving: 233 calories, 19.9 g fat (4.3 g saturated fat), 14.9 carbs, 3.3 g sugar, 14 mg sodium, 7.7 g fiber, 3.2 g protein.
30. Hummus and veggies
Surprised you can have hummus? After all, chickpeas are rich in carbs. But in small amounts, used as a “flavoring,” hummus can fit in a keto diet, says Whitmire, who practices functional and therapeutic nutrition and works with clients on the keto diet. Keep it to a tablespoon and dip in a half cup of bell pepper strips.
Per serving: 48 calories, 2.8 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 5 g carbs, 1.8 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 66 mg sodium, 3.6 g protein.
31. Keto chili
While chili may seem like a main dish, a small scoop of this keto variety can provide you enough protein (almost 3 grams!) to keep you going. “Use an Instant Pot for great fast cooking,” says Suzanne Ryan, author of Beyond Simply Keto. To make it, brown your ground beef and sausage, saving half the fat drippings. Chop one green bell pepper and 1/2 onion. Pour meat, fat, veggies, canned ingredients and spices into your instant pot, and cook for 40 minutes. (This is also a great keto meal-prep recipe to have on hand.)
Per serving: 387 calories, 24 g fat, 7.2 g carbs, 33.5 g protein.
32. Almond butter and seed bites
These are perfect keto snacks alone, but they’re even tastier together, says Boise, Idaho-based dietitian Emily Norbryhn, RD, who often works with keto clients. “The fat, protein, and fiber in this snack will keep you full for hours,” she adds. Mix together two tablespoons creamy almond butter, one teaspoon chia seeds, one teaspoon sunflower seeds, one teaspoon flax seeds, and two teaspoons pumpkin seeds. Dig in.
Per serving: 262 calories, 21 g fat, 11.6 g carbs, 7.8 g fiber, 11 g protein.
33. Sausage-stuffed mushrooms
If you’re needing a savory, bite-sized snack that is seriously loaded with flavor, these sausage mushrooms are a MUST. Pop them in an Air Fryer for super fast cooking, says Ryan.
To make ’em, de-stem mushrooms while browning pork sausage in a skillet. Place cooked sausage in a bowl over cream cheese, and transfer mushroom stems and spinach into skillet and saute. Add to sausage and cream cheese and mix. Stuff mushrooms with the sausage mixture, and bake for 20 minutes.
Per serving (4 mushrooms): 305 calories, 25 g fat, 5 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 15 g protein.
34. Bacon and bell pepper roll-ups
In this combo you’ll get fat and protein from bacon, and much-needed fiber from bell peppers. Here’s how to make it, says Chicago-area nutritionist Vicki Shanta Retelny, RDN: Wrap a slice of bacon around a slice of bell pepper, then cook in the oven until crisp.
Per serving: 83 calories, 7 g fat, (2.5 g saturated), 0.6 g carbs, 0.2 g fiber, 0.4 g sugar, 320 mg sodium, 5.1 g protein.
35. Easy tuna salad
A couple ounces of canned tuna whipped up with a couple tablespoons of mayo makes a great quick tuna salad that you can dollop on lettuce leaves, says Whitmire.
Per serving: 261 calories, 22.3 g fat (3.7 g saturated fat), 0.1 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0.2 g sugar, 389 mg sodium, 13.6 g protein.
36. Mexican cole slaw
I guarantee this is the zestiest cole slaw you’ve ever tasted. If you don’t love cabbage, you can swap for broccoli slaw, says DeSantis. And bonus, limes (in this cilantro-lime dressing) are also a keto-friendly fruit. Get mixing! Start with the dressing: Place all dressing ingredients in a mason jar and shake well. Then chop cilantro, red onions, red peppers and cabbage, and combine with dressing.
Per serving: 84 calories, 7 g fat, (1 g saturated), 5 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 76 mg sodium, 1 g protein.
37. Cheese and salami
Why mess with a classic? “Cheese has almost zero carbs, and salami might have one or two grams of carbs depending on the variety,” says Norbryhn. She suggests purchasing high-quality salami from the deli, and mixing it up with different types of cheeses (gouda, Swiss, Manchego) for variety. Snack on one ounce of each.
Per serving: 215 calories, 16.5 g fat (8.4 g saturated fat), 0.6 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0.1 g sugar, 660 mg sodium, 14.8 g protein.
38. Grain-free granola
You can do **so much** with this healthy granola. Plus, it only has five ingredients. Whip up a batch for breakfast, or sprinkle some on whole-fat Greek yogurt. Brittany Mullins, owner of Eating Bird Food, made it simple.Preheat the oven to 250 degrees, then combine all the granola ingredients in a bowl and pour onto a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes until crispy.
Per serving: 387 calories, 24 g fat, 7.2 g carbs, 33.5 g protein.
39. Guacamole with bacon “chips”
Seriously, this is a thing, guys. “Avocados are a great source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, as well as fiber,” says Northbryhn. Cut prep time by picking up pre-made guac; some grocery stores also have breakfast hot bars where you can buy bacon slices, too. Just break two bacon slices into bite-sized pieces and dip into 1/4 cup guac, she recommends.
Per serving: 170 calories, 15 g fat (3.5 g saturated fat), 6 g carbs, 4 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 560 mg sodium, 7 g protein.
40. Cottage cheese grapefruit bowls
Fruit is tough to fit into the keto diet, but in small amounts, it can work. Top a half cup of cottage cheese with segments from a quarter of a grapefruit, suggests Vicki Shanta Retelny, RDN. Bonus: Grapefruit is rich in antioxidant vitamin C.
Per serving: 136 calories, 5.1 g fat (3 g saturated fat), 11.6 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 8.2 g sugar, 410 mg sodium, 12.5 g protein.
41. Roasted chickpeas
“You might assume that you can’t eat pulses like chickpeas, beans, and lentils on the keto diet. But you totally can, especially in smaller portions,” says Amy Gorin, RDN, owner of Amy Gorin Nutrition in the New York City area. “Pulses are a good source of satiating protein and an excellent source of filling fiber–and research shows that eating them daily can help your overall health and can even help you lose weight.” Roast chickpeas and toss with oil (for added fat) and spices (to amp the flavor).
Per serving: 65 calories, 0.5 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 10.5 g carbs, 2.5 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 15 mg sodium, 3.5 g protein.
42. Brie and cherry tomatoes
An ounce of brie has no carbs (harder cheeses like cheddar contain small amounts of carbs), but offers filling fat and protein, which is why this is one of Gorin’s go-to’s. Add a half cup of cherry tomatoes for fiber and hydrating water, she says.
Per serving: 133 calories, 11.2 g fat (8 g saturated fat), 2.9 g carbs, 0.9 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 164 mg sodium, 4.7 g protein.
43. Crab salad lettuce wraps
If tuna’s not your thing, try crab, suggests Retelny. Mix a half cup crabmeat with a dollop of Greek yogurt and mustard, and dill (optional). Dig in with a fork or wrap in Bibb lettuce leaves if you’re feeling all fancy.
Per serving: 92 calories, 0.3 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 0.3 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0.2 g sugar, 370 mg sodium, 15.7 g protein.
44. Ricotta caprese
Cottage cheese gets all the love, but don’t forget about smooth ricotta. In this twist on stuffed cherry tomatoes, Retelny suggests mixing together ricotta cheese (go for whole milk ricotta) with finely diced basil. In each hallowed out cherry tomato, dollop a half teaspoon of the mixture.
Per serving: 56 calories, 1.8 g fat (1 g saturated), 5.1 g carbs, 1.2 g fiber, 2.7 g sugar, 22 mg sodium, 2.1 g protein.
45. Celery peanut butter boats with chia seeds
“This snack is packed with fiber, protein, and healthy fats, making it the perfect snack to fuel your day,” says Sharp. Spread two tablespoons peanut butter on one celeery stalk. “Sprinkle some chia seeds on top to get a healthy dose of omega-3s,” she adds.
Per serving: 225 calories, 18.3 g fat (3.6 g saturated fat), 9.8 g carbs, 3.2 g sugar, 162 mg sodium, 4.6 g fiber, 9.3 g protein.
46. Moon cheese
Made entirely out of cheese, “this is great in a pinch, as you can find it at most Starbucks and airports across the country, making it super easily accessible,” says Jalali. (You can also buy it on Amazon to stock your pantry at home.)
Per serving: 70 calories, 5 g fat (3 g saturated fat), 1 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 140 mg sodium, 5 g protein.
47. Cocoa peanut butter balls
You love peanut butter cups, and this is a keto take on the classic, says Retelny. She suggests rolling a tablespoon of natural smooth peanut butter in your hands to make a ball, then sprinkling with unsweetened cocoa powder. Chill for an hour in the fridge.
Per serving: 101 calories, 8.3 g fat (1.7 g saturated fat), 5 g carbs, 2.5 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 55 mg sodium, 4.5 g protein.
48. Stoka bars
Over 70 percent of these bars’ calories come from fat (keto win!), namely almonds, which contain the “benefit of magnesium to support your mood and cravings,” says Lauren O’Connor, RD, owner of Nutri Savvy Health. They also contain lots of fiber (5 grams to be exact) and sugar alcohol erythritol, which keeps both the glycemic index and net carbs (4-5 g) low. And with fewer than 10 ingredients each, Stoka Bars are free of added sugars and artificial flavors.
Per Stoka bar: 250 calories, 15 g fat, 17 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 9 g protein.
49. String cheese
This one is easy enough to do: Just keep a bunch in your fridge at home or work and grab one when you’re ready to nosh. String cheese has a nice mix of protein and fat, which can definitely help you fill up and stay full, says Cording.
Per 1 string cheese: 90 calories, 7 g fat (4.5 g saturated fat), 0 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 170 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 7 g protein.
50. Flaxseed crackers
If you’re craving crackers on the keto diet (and crunchy veggies aren’t cutting it), try crackers made from flaxseed, which are high in omega-3 fats. Amp up your fat content even more by dipping these in some guacamole or topping them with cheese.
Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 9 carbs, 1 g sugar, 10 mg sodium, 5 g fiber, 5 g protein.