5 Keto Snacks That Are Filling And Will Keep You In Ketosis!
By CANDICE GREY
Update: Aug 08, 2019
Homemade Keto Flaxseed Crackers
Flaxseeds are known for their ability to heighten energy levels and assisting the body into fat-dependency mode. Keeping your body in the mode of depending on fat rather than carbs is the goal here, to achieve ketosis that is. These flaxseed crackers only require 5 ingredients and are about 133 calories per serving. You can access the recipe here.back to menu ↑
Keto French Fries
These keto french fries are made of rutabaga. A rutabaga is a root that is very similar to a potato in texture though it has a much lower starch content. Therefore you can make it mashed, steamed, boiled, etc. A serving of these rutabaga french fries are about 110 calories and only require 5 ingredients. Get the recipe here.back to menu ↑
Keto Cheese Chips
The keto cheese chips are exactly what they sound like, baked crispy cheese to satisfy those crunch cravings. Not only are these keto cheese chips Keto friendly, but they are gluten-free as well. These are the best replacement for potato chips and can be used as snacks in themselves, great for dipping, and very simple to make. There are 77 calories in each serving of cheese crisps and just 5 simple ingredients! For the full recipe visit here.back to menu ↑
Keto Superfood Meatballs
When following a Ketogenic Diet it is advised that you focus on eating high fat and low carb foods, leaving many to assume that protein should be consumed minimally. However, that is not the case with these superfood meatballs. These are made of healthy ingredients that are considered much better for you than your usual meatball. There are 323 calories in each serving, get the recipe here.back to menu ↑
Keto Deviled Eggs
Keto Deviled Eggs not only make for a great appetizer, but a go-to snack to have available. Using green tobasco sauce is the trick to these deviled eggs as the lime and lemon that is usually used, are high in carbs. The recipe only calls for 4 ingredients and are about 178 calories per serving (2 deviled eggs halves). Check out the recipe here.