These Are a Few of Our Favorite (Keto) Things

November 08, 2018

These Are a Few of Our Favorite (Keto) Things

Have you recently started the keto diet? There’s more to it than bulletproof coffee and avocados! We like variety and when you begin a more restrictive diet like the keto diet, it can be hard to get variety in your snacks.

This is by no means an exhaustive list, but we’re sharing a few of our favorite snacks that are good for protein and most importantly, very low in carbs.

Moon Cheese

Super easy to find – it’s even sold at your local Starbucks! Not only do you get the great taste of cheese, but Moon Cheese gives you that chip-like crunch you’re (probably!) craving. Super easy to find – it’s even sold at your local Starbucks! Not only do you get the great taste of cheese, but Moon Cheese gives you that chip-like crunch you’re (probably!) craving.

Justin's Classic Almond Butter

We love snacks on the go. (hint, hint!) Justin’s has only two ingredients and comes in a single-serve pack.

Quevos

Simple ingredients you can pronounce and easily packable, Quevos gives you the protein and healthy fats you need, in a delicious chip you crave. Sprinkly them onto salads, top them with your favorite nut butter or enjoy them straight from the bag!

Oloves Packaged Olives

Never thought about olives as a snack? You should! With less than a gram of carbs, these are keto-friendly snacks you can toss into your salads or just eat from the resealable pack.

Navitas Cacao Nibs

Didn’t think you could have chocolate on the keto diet? Good news! Navitas Cacao Nibs have no added sugar and are chock full of antioxidants.


Happy Snacking!

- Team Quevos


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