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[DISCOVER] 29 Easy to Make Low Carb Snacks’ Recipes! (& Where to buy them…)

Don’t you agree when I say that getting fit or building up muscle can be REALLY hard?

Or is it?

When thinking of going slim or filling your body with muscle, you should go all the way Samuel Jackson when picking up what you feed yourself…

Low Carb Snacks Pulp Fiction

You heard Samuel:

Going Low-Carb and High Protein is the way to go.

On this page,

you will find some tasty snacks that are low in carbohydrates and real high in protein.

These Low Carb snacks will keep you full for hours and will make your tummy and whole body happy.

Let’s begin:

High Protein Low-Carb Snacks:

Apples and Cheese:


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This combination of fiber, protein and fat makes this one a low carb snack that’s going to fill you for hours.

Combine some apple slices with string cheese for a healthy lightweight meal.



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My parents always urge me to eat my fruits. And they are right. Aren’t they always?

Among all fruits, berries are a perfect high protein snack.

Raspberries and blackberries are the lowest in carb.

Combine them with a good old Greek Yogurt and enjoy mother nature’s delicious snack.

Black Beans:


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You will be shocked by how contented after eating a meal that used black beans in preparation.

Even though they are a bit high in carbs, the amazing mixture between protein and healthy fiber is going to help you feel full long after your meal is over.



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I always keep a handful of various nuts with me when urgent hunger strikes hit hard and demand an immediate tasty solution.

Almonds, pistachios, cashews or walnuts. They are a perfect low carb snack that’s packed with protein and very little carbs (except those last two, they might have higher amounts of carbs in them.)

Not to mention that they don’t need any preparation, and you can take them with you wherever you go.

Next to hard boiled eggs, these are my all-time favourite low carb meal.

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Easy to Make Low Carb Snacks:

Ridiculously-Easy-to-Make Roasted Chickpeas:


Photo Credits: The Inventive Vegetarian.

(They’re very affordable too.)

Forget greasy potato chips or carb-full pretzels.

Roasted chickpeas make an addictively delicious low calorie snack or a fantastic addition to your salad. These will keep you deliciously full for hours easily.

Read the full recipe at The Inventive Vegetarian.

NEW Yummy Chunky Monkey:


Photo Credits: The Recipe Rebel.

This one is tongue-blowing (in a good way.)

Arylin Arevalo says: “I tried this this morning and was very surprised to find that it was DELICIOUS! …thank you very much!!”

This is a healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie, or add some whipped cream up there and call it a dessert!

All you need to make this at home is a Banana, a tablespoon of light creamy peanut butter and one tablespoon of cocoa powder. 

Read the full recipe at The Recipe Rebel.

Tuna Salad on Crackers:


Photo credits: Garnish & Glaze.

Salty & crunchy snacks are probably one of the best carbless snacks your tongue would taste.

The best part?

You probably have everything you need to prepare this one already.

Read the full recipe at Garnish & Glaze.

Crustless Mini Quiche:


Photo Credits: Ditch The Carbs.

These little crustless mini quiche are so easy to make, and you can freeze a whole pack them for lunch boxes.

You can add any vegetables or cheese you desire.

According to Ditch The Carbs, they only have 1.2 grams of carbs and are full of fat to keep you full for a long time.

Read the full recipe at Ditch The Carbs.

Paleo Avocado Tuna Salad:


Photo Credits: Cook, eat, Paleo.

Got 5 minutes?

Then you can prepare this one pretty effortlessly.

If you’re an avocado fan, then you can upgrade your status to super-fan with this new method of eating it.

You can use leftover tuna from last night’s dinner or a good quality canned tuna to make this work.

This easily could be a Paleo lunch or a low carb snack that is guaranteed to enjoy.

Read the full recipe at Cook, eat, Paleo.

Zero Carb Cheesy Egg Chips:


Photo credits: HolyJeansMyFavouriteThings.

Don’t get too excited though. Cheesy can go too cheesy if you don’t moderate it.

But this one is a low-carb “loophole” for cheese lovers.

Got some white eggs & cheese? Congratulations then, you qualify to taste these delicious zero carb cheesy egg chips at your home.

These are ridiculously easy to make. They don’t take much time. And they graciously  accept any seasoning you dip them into.

Read the full recipe at HolyJeansMyFavouriteThings.

Healthier Puppy Chow for One:


Photo credits: Greatist.

This one has replaced your average sugar filled meal with a sweet(er) alternative thanks to the almighty power of honey! While adding protein powder to add the filling capability the original version does not fulfill.

Read the full recipe at Greatist.

One Minute Cookie Dough Greek Yogurt:


Photo Credits: Dashing Dish.

It’s almost impossible to believe, but this delicious cookie dough carries 26 grams of protein and only 8 grams of sugar per serving.

Greek yogurt. Again. Because it works 😉

Read the full recipe at Dashing Dish.

Banana Almond Crunch Greek Yogurt:


Photo Credits: The Pescetarian And The Pig.

This recipe will become your favorite breakfast dish ever as it did with Rachel.

She really believes you need to try this as soon as you can so you can enjoy this delicious morning starter.

This is going to supply you with a huge chunk of energy and keep the hunger away for long.

Read the full recipe at The Pescetarian And The Pig.

Yummy Parmesan Spinach Cakes:


Photo Credits: Eating Well.

This is a low carbohydrate easy to make snack that is rich in calcium and is good for your bones and helps you get a healthy aging. A perfect choice for you vegetarians reading this.

Read the full recipe at Eating Well.

Apple Sandwiches with Almond Butter and Granola:


Photo Credits: Garnish with Lemon.

“My kids come home from school completely ravenous… That’s why I love these Apple Sandwiches with Almond Butter and Granola…. They are totally kid-friendly and pack a protein-rich punch to ensure their bellies stay full until dinner.” – says Anna at Garnish with Lemon.

This easy to make lo carb snack is going to make your kids happy, like it did with Anna’s… Without ruining your own regime when you take a bite.

Read the full recipe at Garnish with Lemon.

Baked Zucchini Chips:


Photo Credits: vittles and bits.

Vittle and bits says: “These chips taste kinda like thin & crispy pumpkin seeds…  Much lighter, but the taste is similar.”

Dress them up or down with your favourite seasonings:

Garlic, paprika, chilli powder… the seasoning options are limitless.

Read the full recipe at Vittles and bits.

Blueberry Bliss:

“YUMMMYY!” that’s what I first thought when I stumbled upon this recipe for the first time.

Just look at it:


Photo Credits: Modern Day Moms.

It’s so simple I couldn’t believe it.

Just get some good cottage cheese, your favourite berries, put them in a bowl and enter the heavens of fruits & dairies.

Read the full recipe at Modern Day Moms.

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies:


Photo Credits: FoodNetwork.

Who doesn’t looooove cookies?

The good news about these is they are flourless.

Skip the sugar in this one and you’ll get a healthy snack that’s going to tastefully fill you for hours.

Read the full recipe at FoodNetwork.

Pepperoni Chips:


Photo Credits: The Low Carb Diet.

Cure your salt craving in just a few minutes with this delicious snack that will make you forget potato chips for good.

Low carb? Check.

Easy to make? Check.

Portable? Check.

The recipe? Read the full recipe at The Low-Carb Diet.

#Sorrynotsorry Pepperoni Pizza Bites:


Photo Credits: Ditch The Carbs.

#Pizzanotpizza? They’re like pizza but it’s not pizza.

You get the best of both worlds:

You get all the savoury items of the topping of a good old pizza, minus the carbs.

These pepperoni pizza bites are going to fill you up well while providing a good amount of protein without worrying about extra carbohydrates.

They’re also great to put in lunch boxes for morning tea or a snack.

Did I mention that they’re super easy to make?

Read the full recipe at Ditch The Carbs.

Low Carb Beef Jerky:


Photo Credits:  I Breathe I’m Hungry.

This low in carbohydrates beef jerky is a portable snack that is ready to eat whenever hunger strikes. When warriors need rest, beef jerky is here to help.

It doesn’t need to be kept cold, is portable, full of protein and almost no carbs.

That’s only if you make it yourself according to this recipe.

Finding ready-made beef jerky in stores that’s not filled up with sugar is almost impossible, according to I Breathe I’m Hungry… Depending on where you live of course.

This one is a little bit tricky, but it’s worth the effort.

You’ll need time to marinate your strips, and then time to dry them out in the oven.

Read the full recipe at I Breathe I’m Hungry.

Cranberry Walnut Paleo Granola:


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This addictive cranberry walnut paleo granola is very easy to make.

The best part?

It’s grain-free and refined sugar-free. Which means you do not have to worry about overloading carbs to your body.

If you’re looking for a crunchy mid-day snack, then this is your go-to recipe.

Read the full recipe at Cook, eat, Paleo.

Turkey & Cheese:


Photo Credits: Healthy Snacks for Work.

These turkey and cheese rolls are great for keeping in an airtight container for a quick grab whenever the hunger strikes.

Inside the recipe, you’ll see a step by step series of photographs that show you how easy it is to make them.

Read the full recipe at Healthy Snacks for Work.

Chocolate Green Smoothie:


Photo Credits: Ditch The Carbs.

Popeye would totally approve this one.

This chocolate green smoothie is filled with spinach but is savoury as heaven.

You can add in a banana, some orange juice, an apple, and honey.

Read the full recipe at Ditch The Carbs.

Yogurt and Cucumbers:


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We are talking about our most low carb friendly yoghurt option here: Greek.

Use a cup of plain low-fat Greek yoghurt as a tasty dip for 1 cup of green cucumber spears.

It could be your favourite version of tzatziki (famous greek dish.

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Low Carb Snacks for Work On The Go:

High Protein Sweet & Salty Trail Mix:


Photo credits: Don’t waste the crumbs

This yummy recipe is guaranteed to delay your next food craving crisis for hours.

It’s sweet, salty, high in protein and has little to zero carbs.

Read the full recipe at Don’t Waste The Crumbs.

One Kind Plus Bar:


Photo Credits: Greatist

While prepackaged bars might not be the best option for your body’s health.

One Kind Plus Bars are an exception.

They combine the power of nuts and honey in a ready made solution that you can obtain from your local whole foods.

Grab one and head to work.

Old-School Hard Boiled Eggs:


Photo Credits: The Girl Who Ate Everything.

My grandfather used to tell me that eating a couple eggs is equal to eating an ounce of meat. And he suuure loved meat.

While the information might not be so accurate, hard-boiled eggs are a perfect choice if you’re looking for a practical low carb snack.

These little monsters are filled up with protein and have very little carbs to worry about:

One large egg contains about 6 grams of high-quality protein, 5 grams of fat and a trace of carbs.

They are perfect snacks on the go, because boiling an egg is a no-brainer and they are easy to carry along.

Pumpkin Seeds:


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Although these are a little bit higher in fat, the secret is to focus on portion to get the maximum out of them.

This crunchy snack can be taken anywhere: work, school… etc

They add a great value with their richness in protein and crunchy experience.

Read More:

  • 27 Healthy and Portable High-Protein Snacks 

Where to Buy Low Carb Snacks:

Maybe you’re on a hurry and you just want to buy some Low Carb Snacks fast. Grab and go.

Actually, low carb snacks are available in abundance in a lot of supermarkets, especially online.

Offline, you can go to the closest big store to you, like Whole Foods, and you shall find the low carb foods/snacks area right next to the protein powder.

Read More:

  • 12 Store Bought Low Carb Snacks

Online: Amazon, Walmart and Whole Foods got you covered.

Personally, I wouldnt pass on buying from stores other than the big ones.

The little stores are hard to trust because food is a very serious product to buy, especially online. So stay careful.

And now… Samuel is HAPPY. Be like Samuel ;


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