Low-carb snacks are bit of a challenge, especially for low-carb diet beginners. All standard options like sweets, pastries or fruit are high in carbs.
Sure, there are some low-carb foods that make great snacks – for example, cheese cubes, olives or berries. And natural whole foods are better for you than pre-packaged products.
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Low-carb sausage balls are perfect for breakfast or a snack. Made primarily from pork and cheese, they are about half protein and half fat, with very few carbs.
I have seen many variations of this recipe on the internet, both standard and low-carb. Keep reading “Low-Carb Sausage Balls”
Do you like asparagus? Some green vegetables are boring. But not asparagus!
It has a strong and interesting taste. Its carb content is low – 3g net carbs per 100g. Serving it steamed with some butter and salt is enough to make a wonderful side dish.
The perfect time to have asparagus is now, while it is in season. Keep reading “Low-carb quiche with asparagus, goat cheese and Parma ham”
What can you snack on when on a low-carb diet?
Certainly not the stuff other people usually eat – like pastries, fruit or sweets. Don’t despair though. Many low-carb snack options are available – you just need to get used to them.
Below are some ideas for different situations, for example, when you are out and about, or when at home but don’t have time to cook.
Net carb counts and recipes are included.
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