The cravings. They’re here.
You need a satisfying snack. And you need it healthy and keto-approved.
But what to make?
You search Google only to find…
… 63,500,000 to choose from.
Where do you start? Which recipes are the best?
Well you voted... and here they are:
The Top 10 Keto Snack Recipes of 2018
We’ve ranked them by total social shares over the last year.
Combined these recipes have over 2,749,600 shares – so you know you’re in good hands.
All these recipes are simple, keto-approved, and of course – delicious.
For each, you’ll find:
- Link to the original
- Link to our recipe “twist”
Ready to start snacking right?
Awesome, let’s do it!
10. [3 Ingredient] Salted Almond Butter Fat Bombs
Original recipe by Nina at Eatwell101 | Social Shares: 64.9K
Want a stupid simple keto snack recipe? This is it. With rich almond butter and a touch of coconut sweetness, these fat bombs are clean and delicious. Make them in 5 minutes and store in your freezer for any time cravings strike. We’ve left these largely untouched – just swapped stevia for coconut butter and sprinkled them with sea salt.
9. Keto Chick-Fil-a Style Fried Chicken Tenders
By Megan Seelinger at The Mermaid with Muscles | Social Shares: 110.5K
Who doesn’t love Chick-Fil-A!? Those crispy tenders dipped in sweet, savory honey mustard are a fast-food favorite. And with Megan’s creative recipe, you can have all that taste with none of the guilt (even on Sundays…). She breads with almond flour and pork panko – instead we use whey powder and parmesan for a protein-packed twist. Keto comfort food at its finest.
8. Keto Reuben Wraps with Homemade Thousand Island
Original recipe by Bad Tuber | Social Shares: 159.1K
Miss the rich aromas of your neighborhood deli? Don’t worry – these amazing keto reuben wraps will satisfy your sandwich cravings. We’ve wrapped ours in romaine and added a delicious homemade thousand island dipping sauce (recipe below).
7. [No Bake] Keto Matcha Lemon Balls
Original recipe by By Sam at Mouthwatering Motivation | Social Shares: 178.8K
These lemon cheesecake bites are #1 in our book.They burst with flavor. And we’ve brightened them even more with a touch of our Keto Farms Keto Matcha – both for flavor and beautiful green color. They’re perfect when you’re craving sweet, but don’t want anything too heavy.
6. The Decadent Keto Peanut Butter Brownie Bites
Original recipe By Loana at LowCarbSpark | Social Shares: 182K
These gooey chocolate fudge brownies are the ultimate indulgence. They’re perfect when your craving a decadent dessert – but don’t want to fall of the wagon. We’ve turned these classics into ultra-snackable brownie bite sandwiches – with heaping spoonfuls of peanut butter and MCT oil powder dusted on top (oh how keto…).
5. Crispy Keto Avocado Chips with Bacon Bits
Original recipe by Lena at Delish | Social Shares: 189.6K
Tired of eating guacamole or salsa with a spoon? Make these ultra-nutritious avocado chips instead and enjoy all the dips you want. They’re satisfying as is – but for our twist we couldn’t help adding bacon. Everything’s better with bacon… right?
4. Keto Supreme Pull Apart Pizza Bread
Original recipe by Jennifer at iSave A to Z | Social Shares: 348K
This classic recipe reimagines two of our most beloved carb-filled foods: bread and pizza. Take one bite of these cheesy delights and you’ll agree – so good it can’t be keto (but it is, we promise). We’ve taken the original and added all the fixins – sausage, olives, mushrooms, and green peppers for an indulgent supreme keto pizza bread.
3. Keto Peanut Butter & Chocolate Frosty
Original recipe by Hip2Keto | Social Shares: 326.5K
You’ll love this one for it’s simplicity and nostalgic fast-food flavors. You’ll need just 5 ingredients and 5 minutes of prep time to make it. Keep in your fridge for an ultra-rich keto snack – just be careful you might not feel great if you eat the whole thing! (we found this out the hard way). For our version we’ve cut the stevia sweetener, decreased the cocoa powder, loaded up with rich natural peanut butter, and topped with sea salt.
2. Savory Keto Breakfast Egg Muffins with Bacon
Original recipe by Kelly at Life Made Sweeter | Social Shares: 574.4K
Do you dread waking up early to cook a healthy breakfast? Make these savory egg muffins ahead of time and snooze all you want! The original recipe features 9 ways you can customize them – we’ve kept ours simple with just heaping portions of bacon bits. Yum.
And the #1 keto snack recipe of 2018 is…
Drum roll please...
Can you guess it?
Savory or sweet?
1. Keto Cheesy Chorizo Egg Bites
Original recipe by Lilly at Instrupix | Social Shares: 615.8K
Sick of munching on nuts and cheese sticks? Then these are the snacks for you. This amazing recipe turns a hearty country-style breakfast into a convenient on-the-go keto snack. We’ve taken an extra-savory Mexican twist with ours – swapping Jimmy Dean Sausage out for chorizo.
Bonus: Keto Matcha Avocado Smoothie
Original recipe by Kendall Sargeant @kndlsargeant | Social Shares: 0 (will you be the first?)
Okay we’ll be honest... this one didn’t make the list. But we just created it – and had to share with you. This smoothie is clean, nourishing and uplifting. It crushes cravings. And it’s one of those snacks you just feel amazing after having. Bright, refreshing, and impossibly creamy – we know you’ll love it!
The Bottom Line
These recipes teach us there’s nothing you can’t reimagine in a healthy keto way.
You just need a little creativity – and we’re lucky to have so many talented bloggers (like those featured here) to draw inspiration from.
Start by making one recipe on the list today.
Then experiment. Customize. Make it yours.
The possibilities are endless.
Now with these recipes at your fingertips, you’ll never cave when cravings strike.
And you won’t have to suffer through piles of meat sticks to stay on your diet.
Finally… you’ll feel the healthy snacking difference.
What’s your favorite recipe on the list? Let us know in the comments!
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