Incredibly Easy Low-carb Recipes for Snack Time

When we want snacks, we don’t want to do a ton of work to eat. We’re willing to put effort into meals, but if it’s just a snack, we want it to be easy! We don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen to prepare something we’ll eat in five minutes.

It’s important to always take time to enjoy your food, even if it’s a snack. That way, you don’t overeat and appreciate what you have. But, on the other hand, we don’t want to make labor-intensive snacks. However, we also don’t want to reach for a processed snack that might derail our goals or be filled with additives. That’s why today we are sharing four easy low-carb snacks. Three don’t need cooking; the other is still a snap!

Whipped Feta Dip


Dips are one of the best kinds of snacks in warm weather. You can put them together in a snap and enjoy them with anything crunchy in your kitchen. This dip has a Mediterranean flavor profile with feta, lemon and garlic. You can use whatever veggies you have on hand and have a great snack! A serving has 121 calories, 0.8 grams of carbs and 14.2 grams of fat. Get the recipe.  

Keto Popcorn


This popcorn can keep for several weeks at room temperature in a sealed container, so we suggest making a big batch. It’s a strange but straightforward recipe: leave cubes of hard cheese to dry for three days on your kitchen counter, then puff it in your oven, then let it cool so it’s crispy. You might worry about leaving cheese at room temperature for days on end, but hard cheeses will be safe on the counter for ages. A serving has 128 calories, 1.2 grams of carbs and 10.1 grams of fat. Get the recipe.

Ham Roll Ups with Pickle


Anyone who has ever eaten a low-carb diet has eaten a meat and cream cheese roll up. They’re a wonderful snack that is savory and filled with satisfying protein. They hit the spot. But, sometimes, you miss the tortilla of a wrap — it’s hard not to compare roll ups to wraps. Adding a pickle to the center of a roll up makes them a totally new experience with a tang of vinegar and the crunch. You won’t compare it to anything but itself. A serving has 134 calories, two grams of carbs, one gram of fiber and 11 grams of fat. Get the recipe.  

Everything But the Bagel Cream Cheese Stuffed Mini Peppers


Stuffed peppers are delicious. They are all time-consuming to make! This pared-down version has three ingredients and doesn’t require cooking. It’s almost like an adult take on ants on a log! We love this for its mix of textures and flavors. The crunchy, slightly sweet peppers marry perfectly with creamy, mild cream cheese and everything bagel seasoning. Everything bagel season burst onto the scene a few years ago. It’s not as trendy anymore but still just as tasty! A serving has 153 calories, six grams of carbs, two grams of fiber and 13 grams of fat. Get the recipe.

We hope these recipes help you enjoy your snack time. They will help you stick to a healthy diet without sacrificing taste or pleasure. Plus, they’re so easy to make you can prepare them, enjoy your food and return to your day.

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