My Favorite High Fat Low Carb Snacks

If you are following a high fat low carb diet like I am, you may have discovered that after a few weeks you really don’t crave snacks. At least that is what has happened for me. I really don’t have a need to snack in between meals.

But I found that some high fat low carb snacks really helped me get through the first couple of weeks. Here is my list of my favorite hflc snacks.

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Home Made Parmesan Kale Chips

Kale chips! Kale chips are super easy to make. I follow the recipe by Robert Irine for Parmesan Kale Chips. They come out perfect every time and are yummy. Really they are better than buttered pop corn.

Cheese Chips! These are simple to make and perfect if you want something crispy to chomp on.

Nuts are a quick and easy snack, but be careful. If you eat to many you could be packing on too many carbs. I stick with the Brazil and macadamia nuts as they have the least amount of carb.

Cheese and Pepperoni is also something easy to grab on the run. If you want something pre-packaged then buy some full fat string cheese sticks.

Cream Cheese and Celery is quick and easy. My Mom made these for me as a child and I love the flavor combination.

Pork Rinds I love pork rinds because they have a huge amount of fat and will usually cut my cravings within a few moments. It is also nice there there are often a good variety of flavors. But you really got to watch the labels. I actually found some that had sugar in it.

I have found that it is sometimes difficult to find pork rinds in my local stores. So when I do find them, I buy at least 10 bags. But I also found that it can be much for cost effective to just buy them online in bulk. My favorite brand is Pork Clouds.

Need some more ideas? Then you gotta check out the amazing low carb snack ideas in this Everyday Low Carb Snack Recipes For Extreme Weight Loss Book by Linda Stevens. It is full of 37 different recipe ideas for some quick and healthy snacks.

Are you doing low carb? What is your favorite snack?

8 thoughts on “My Favorite High Fat Low Carb Snacks”

  1. Hi Wendy. Another food you may wish to consider as a healthy snack high in fat and low in carbs is GREEN OLIVES. I absolutely LOVE it. I have to have some everyday. Green Olives will keep you full for a prolonged period of time. They are also full of healthy nutrients. They have a lot of anti-cancer, anti-this and anti-that properties. I would highly recommend. Maybe you could even add it onto your list. I only have the seedless ones by the way. And to me, green tastes better than black.

    1. You are so right. I love Olives! Actually I also love the black ones as well. I will be sure to add this to my list. Thanks for the suggestion.

  2. Hi, wendy, i have 2 of elderly cousins who are already in their 50s and want to work on their weight, so i will be recommending your favorite high fat low carb snacks for them to see how well they can do with them.

    I also like the design of your website, its very clear and simple.

    Thanks for sharing and all the best.

  3. My partner opts for things like Avocado and coconut oil when it comes to high fat low carb diet’s like you are following at the moment. She says that part of developing our total way of eating and thinking about food, is teching oursevles not to overindulge on any one choice (i.e. go for variety). What do you think about this?

    1. I think it is a personal thing. Some people can eat the same thing every day. For me, I like a bit of variety, but as of right now, I am just sticking to low carb high fat foods. The good thing is that there are many foods I can enjoy.

  4. Kale chips are one of our family favourites. We simply cover them in olive oil mixed with some seasoning. Pop them into the oven and they are so crunchy once done. Gives the effect of real chips.

    I like the other foods you have listed here as well and always keep some almonds on hand. Due to having diverticulitis, gluten is something I have to avoid. So having a list of foods to eat makes it much easier. thanks, for the great list.

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