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Vivica Menegaz

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Hi I am Vivica, welcome to my blog! I am a certified nutritionist and the creator of the Healing Foods Method. My philosophy of healing is to let the right foods delight you, nourish you and make you healthy!

23 Keto and Low Carb Healthy Snack Ideas!

Locarb healthy snack ideas by the nourished cavemam

Happy 4th of July everybody!

Here is a handy round-up of low carb healthy snack ideas for you that can help you in 2 very important occasions:

When having a “snack-attack” so you can stay on your program!

When on the go, so you can pack some good foods with you!

Not all the recipes are dairy free, but they all fit a low carb and keto friendly profile!


Avocado Deviled Eggs

Bacon & Gruyère Jalapeño Poppers and Why You Should Avoid Factory Farmed Meat

Cheesy Bacon Bombs

Crackers with rosemary and oilve oil (low carb and grain free)

Dipping chips

Kale Chips With Siracha nnd Lime

Nori Lunch Wraps

Parsnip chips

Salted Crispy Almonds

Zucchini Hummus

A roundup of snacks for the road!

Pure Keto Decadence for The Fat Fast by The Nourished Caveman 5A


Blueberry Protein Bagels

Bulletproof Cupcakes

Cherry Danish

Coconut chocolate “Bounty” Bars

Chocolate Avocado Truffles

Healthy Raspberry Curd Hearts

Keto Coconut Fat Bombs

Sugar Free Gummy Candy

Turtle candy bar

Zabaglione and Meringue Cups

23 low carb healthy snack ideas by the nourished caveman

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Comments 22

  1. Thanks for tempting resource, Vivica!!! Can’t wait to try some of these.

  2. What a yummy list of snacks! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Katja says:

    Thanks for all of the great snack ideas. I was in the need for some inspiration!

  4. Leslie says:

    The snacks all sound amazing Vivica, but I’m wondering on these long international flights, what you do for protein. Are eggs your only main source?
    I don’t see anything that would hold me very long, unless I just kept eating every hour.
    I really need meat.
    I’ve wondered about jerky, but it’s usually so garlicky that I’m afraid it’s offensive to those sitting around me.
    Plus, can you keep eggs without refrigeration on a long flight?
    I guess meat would require refrigeration as well.
    UGH! Frustrating!


    • The Nourished Caveman says:

      hey Leslie! welcome back 🙂
      For the long flights I was planning to make a frittata with maybe bacon or cheese and olives….but then I decided to keep things simple so I made a bunch of toasted coconut fat bombs, like in the recipe of the roundup, made bacon jerky (crispy bacon) and I will bring few avocados.
      I am also planning to take with me a small cooler with a small ice-pack, although is so darn cold in those planes I doubt is even necessary!
      I do not usually eat more than 50 gram of protein per day, so I am trying to focus on bringing good fats!
      And by the way I think beef jerky will smell delicious compared to the nasty airline food, yuck!!

      • leslie says:

        Thanks Vivica!
        I’ve not known that a cooler is allowed on flights!
        Will need to check into that!
        I deal with hypoglycemia and I probably eat too much protein out of fear of getting caught without enough.
        I am trying to experiment with amounts so I’m not eating too much.

        Thanks for your recipes and posts!
        It’s helping me along my food journey!


        • The Nourished Caveman says:

          You are so welcome Leslie!
          In fact you inspired me to write a blog post about it, it will post on Fri!
          I also suggest to sign up for my newsletter as I share some special tools and goodies there only for my readers! I will make sure to adress the topic of hypoglycemia soon!

        • The Nourished Caveman says:

          You are so welcome Leslie!
          In fact you inspired me to write a blog post about it, it will post on Fri!
          I also suggest to sign up for my newsletter as I share some special tools and goodies there only for my readers! I will make sure to address the topic of hypoglycemia soon!

  5. Those Low Carb Taco Tartlets look out of control good, in particular. Thanks for compiling all of these keto low carb healthy snack ideas!

    • The Nourished Caveman says:

      Thank you Rachel! I hope it helps keeping you on the good side of snacks 😉

  6. SO bookmarking this page!

  7. Maria says:

    Thanks for including my recipe sweetie!

  8. Kelly says:

    All of these looks so good!.

    • The Nourished Caveman says:

      Thank you Kelly!! Are you going to try some??

  9. Ada says:

    Looking for meals that are dairy and egg free. Does this meal plan have a variety of options?

  10. Sommer Nickless says:

    I’m really interested in if this will help me as I have to take seroquil medication for bi polar. The meds slow down metabolism, increase blood glucose levels and mess with the way carbs are absorbed. My Dr says I shouldn’t do this kind of diet….but logic says it must be the best way to go. I was already overweight and now I’m gaining more. I need to come this. Can you help?

    • The Nourished Caveman says:

      Hi Sommer. I am not allowed to give any medical advice, but if it was me I would give this diet a try, as I also think it would help! Doctors can be very misinformed!

  11. Frankie says:

    Great post! I so love these snack ideas and these are healthy too. I’m so glad I found this site. Thanks for sharing!

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