Okay hard boiled eggs and pepperoni sticks kind of get old after a while.
I need some ideas for inexpensive low-carb snacks, ideally no more than 2% non-fiber carbs by mass.
Ideally it should contain a decent amount of fat too.
I have carried cold bacon in my briefcase; also leftover chunks of roast. Dogs love me.
I don't want to be that guy, but I've found that when I'm going low carb, its easier to eat 2-3 big meals a day. I don't really crave snacks.
Well, I have to jump in with avocados...
Good level of fat, the majority of carbs are fibrous and they chock full of vits and mins.
Oh, and they taste delicious.
Coconut in any way shape or form is a winner - raw, chips, dessicated, butter or cream.
Macadamia nuts are good, just be aware of the caloric density a handful will impart.
jerky (though, the cheaper has the preservatives ...meh ..)
left over cooked meat or chicken
hefty dose of greens in animal fat of some sort
I will echo what a couple people have already said, I find no need to snack at all, I have been LC for years. I figured out that snacking, at least for me, was just a habit. I am rarely hungry between meals but if I ever do decide I need a snack I always have left over steak in the fridge.
Pork rinds. Broccoli and/or cauliflauer with shredded cheese and nuked for 30 seconds
personally, I'm a fan of a mouth squirt of whipped cream (real cream) right out of the can, or clotted cream and a few strawberries.Now, that's a snack! I also make my own trail mixes from bulk items, so you can control what goes in. I love string cheese, or fresh mozzarella for a quick caprese salad.
I'm also a huge fan of some already mentioned: celery + almond butter, and kale chips.
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