10 Easy Keto Snack Recipes That'll Beat Your Munchies

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Although snacking on keto is not recommended when it comes to weight loss, everyone needs a snack every once in a while. When that time comes, it’s always best to be prepared ahead of time and have something on hand (or have a recipe you can whip up quickly) to squash the cravings. Here are some of our favorite keto snack recipes that we love to put together when the munchies hit!

These snacks vary from sweet to savory and will fill the void whether the hunger strikes during the morning, afternoon, or evening. These recipes will help you squeeze a healthy bite in that will keep you going until your next meal or just keep you on track with your carb limits. Even if you’re not much of a snacker, these can be great for hungry guests or even as a meal when eaten in larger portions!

Looking for a specific recipe from the list? Here’s a link to each of the recipes in order. Remember, you can visit the links below for a full nutrition breakdown of each recipe:

00:00 Intro

00:25 Keto Meat Lover Pizza Cups

02:25 Easy Keto Peanut Butter Cups

04:49 Low-Carb Jalapeno Cauliflower Rice Balls

07:43 Keto Peanut Butter Cookies

09:56 Keto Mini Zucchini Pizzas

12:12 Keto Lemon Poppyseed Muffins

14:37 Low-Carb Avocado Tuna Melt Bites

17:06 Keto Coconut Raspberry Slice Recipe

19:43 Keto Cinnamon Sugar Donut Muffin Recipe

22:34 Keto Cheeseburger Sushi

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  1. Wow! I’m blown away by ALL of these recipes!! I’ve always seen the salami & pepperoni cups and never thought to use ham. Thanks for these ideas.
    I’ve made the zucchini pizza bites but now I will use your recipe since they look less soggy than how mine came out.
    I’m not a seafood fan but want to make the tuna balls for my husband. Would you serve them w/a dipping sauce or are they good on their own. And if you would have a sauce what kind?

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