22 Low-Carb Snack Ideas: Bread Not Included

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If you’re cutting carbs, then you may have run into a few issues… such as hunger! It’s hard to find a good snack option to keep you going in between meals. Lucky for you, we’ve got 22!

Skinny Mozzarella Bites: This is the perfect snack for moms because your kids will love it too! If you’re both in need of an afternoon snack, you can enjoy three bites for only seven grams of carbs.

skinny mozzarella bites

Turkey and Cheese Roll-Ups: Cut a part-skim cheese stick in half and wrap one ounce worth of sliced roasted turkey around the half. Eat two for a snack that comes in at about 3.5 grams of carbs.

Cottage Cheese: Cottage cheese is a great snack if you can’t make it to lunch, but make sure you choose a low-sodium brand, because others can really sneak in the salt! We recommend about a third of a cup to hold you over.

Dried Apricots: Eat about eight of these to satisfy your sweet tooth, get in your vitamin A and stay low-carb! As with most dried fruits however, check the label for how much sugar they contain.

Avocado: Avocados are low in carbs and they are delicious and creamy! They are full of healthy fats, but do have more calories than your average snack, so be cautious.

Pumpkin Pie Yogurt with Roasted Walnuts: This is great mid-morning snack when you need a pick-me-up! It’s a flavorful yogurt and the roasted walnuts really help to fill you up!

pumpkin pie yogurt cinnamon roasted walnuts

Hard Boiled Egg: A hard boiled egg has less than one gram of carbohydrates in it, making it the perfect snack! You can prepare it in the morning and store in the fridge for a mid-day munch!

Jerky: Beef or turkey, jerky is a great snack. It’s a good source of protein and it takes a bit of mouth-power to eat, so you’ll find yourself more satisfied. When you buy your next package, be sure to find a variety low in sugar.

Sunflower Seeds: Buy sunflower seeds with the shell. That way it’ll take you longer to get through your snack! Sometimes being hungry is just as mental as it is physical hunger.

No-Bake Carrot Cake Energy Balls: Sitting at a desk all day leaves you feeling pretty drained by 3 o’clock. Bring these no-bake energy balls to work with you for an energy boost for only 9 grams of carbs!

carrot cake engery balls

Celery and Peanut Butter: Prepare a few sticks of celery with a thin layer of peanut butter over it. They’re low in carbs and the crunch will satisfy your mouth!

Grapes: Grapes are tasty and easy to put in a baggie to take to work, making them an ideal snack. Pack about half a cup of grapes to give you a sweet snack later in the day.

Pepperoni Chips: To make a pepperoni chip, simply put the pepperonis onto paper towels, place on a microwave safe plate and microwave them for about 30-60 seconds. You should result in a tasty, crispy snack! They can be high in sodium and cholesterol however, so be careful of the brands you purchase.

Cucumber Slices: Slicing up a cucumber is a healthy and fresh snack, plus the crunch is very satisfying! You can even dip it in our homemade ranch dressing

Chocolate Smoothie: This smoothie can be breakfast, lunch or snack and it contains only 13 grams of carbs. It’s got a great texture and an even better taste! Trick your taste buds into believing they are getting dessert early

chocolate smoothie

Dill Pickles: At home or the office, keep a jar of pickles in the fridge! When you need a snack, grab a pickle and enjoy the crunch! It’s low in calories and carbs.

Carrots: Crunchy and tasty, carrots are a great snack because they are low in carbs and calories and high in vitamin C

Edamame: Prepare yourself a bowl of edamame to eat at your desk! You can sprinkle on some salt to satisfy your craving and it’s a good way to get in some extra protein.

Crispy Kale Chips: Kale chips are a great way to snack and give your body the nutrients it needs, not to mention our recipe has only 9 grams of carbs!

crispy kale chips

Pineapple and Ham: Make your own Hawaiian escape by skewering pineapple cubes and pieces of ham lunch meat onto toothpicks! You can make a bunch to put in your kids’ lunches, then save some for yourself!

Apples: Apples are a good source of vitamins, low in carbs and great for munching when you’ve sliced them. Eat half an apple in the afternoon to hold you over until dinner time!

Nuts: A handful of nuts is great to sit and snack on! Try almonds or unsalted peanuts. Just be careful that you’re watching how much you consume. We recommend measuring out a quarter cup and putting the rest away so you don’t lose track.

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