Here Is Your Keto List
We all get busy sometimes. When you are too tired to prepare for a meal, it is best to have a snack on hand to increase your energy and keep you going up to your next meal.
Thankfully, there are many other Keto snacks that are actually fun to eat and are familiar to most people. This is where Keto protein bars come in — they are handy, tasty, and affordable.
These snacks can be beneficial in your keto diet because it helps you meet your micronutrient targets.
Always remember that too much is bad and may harm you in some ways. Set your goal straight and keep the consistency to achieve greater results.
Make sure that you are eating a keto-friendly snack. The following will help you identify if it passes the standard requirements:
- Whole food-based snacks
- Does not contain additives in processed snack products
- Must contain 75% healthy fats and less than 10% carbs
- Keto-approved products or recipes for home-made.
So, here is the list for the on-the-go keto snacks that you’ve been looking for:
- Keto Cookies
- Low-carb Bars
- String Cheese
- Nuts and seeds
- Seaweed Snacks
- Raw Coconut Butter
- Pork Rinds
- Keto Coffee
- Kale Chips
- Beef Jerky
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Cacao Nibs
- Bone Broth
Home-made Keto Snack list are as follows:
- Veggie Sticks
- Keto Chips
- Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks
- Lettuce Wraps
- Buffalo Bites
- Keto Crackers
- Keto Pizza
- Keto Smoothies and shakes
- Keto Popsicles
- Keto Ice cream
- Hard Boiled Eggs
- Keto Salad
- Chocolate Mousse
- Bell Pepper Keto Nachos
The Keto protein bar making process
Making your own Keto protein bar at home is something that even a beginner cook can do alone. The process only requires a food processor and some easy-to-find ingredients — no need to cook and very easy to make!
Ingredients: hazelnuts, almond flour, cocoa powder, collagen protein powder, sea salt to bring out the sweetness, almond butter to keep the bars intact, and sugar-free chocolate chips to satisfy chocolate cravings.
To make the protein bars, first, put the hazelnuts in a food processor and pulse until they turn into meal-like consistency. Then, add in all the dry ingredients and pulse for a few more times to incorporate all the ingredients together. Once incorporated, put in the almond butter and let the food processor mix all the ingredients together. The end product should have a firm cookie-dough like appearance.
Line a deep baking tray or a pan with parchment paper to prevent sticking. Spread the dough onto the parchment paper, and then top with crushed nuts and chocolate chips. Chill the tray or pan in the refrigerator, and then cut them into snack-sized bars. You now have your own Keto protein bars you can carry the next time you head out.
Keto protein bars are a good snack. Not only are they tasty, but they also provide you with the fats and protein you need to stay in ketosis.
There are so much more that you can find in different blogs and websites. Just make sure that you stick to the keto protocol. Happy Keto eating!
Barton J. PhD (2020). 50+ Healthy Keto Snacks to Help with Ketosis. . Retrieved from https://www.ruled.me/keto-snack-list-for-ketosis/