Thinking about “going keto” in 2020? Wondering what snack time would look like? I get it. Living in a high-fat, low-carb world can get confusing! Luckily there are some great packaged snacks out there — and it’s not just meat sticks and hard-boiled eggs, either. I took a spin through Amazon to find some of my favorite keto-friendly snacks to pack in your purse, car, or office desk drawer. And here they are! Note: You can find plenty of other keto snacks (look at these search results!) — just be sure to look at the ingredients. Many have artificial sweeteners, sugar alcohols, or processed fibers.
If you follow a keto diet, you already know that sugar and too many carbs are off the menu when you’re trying to reach ketosis, the fat-burning state. Although there’s no strict definition, keto is all about that super low carb, high fat life. In general, people on the keto diet shoot for no more than 20 to 50 grams of carbs a day and zero added sugars. That means keto candy is sugar-free and sometimes high in fat. But how can candy possibly taste sweet without a little glucose, you ask? Instead of that glycemic-spiking stuff from sugarcane, keto candy uses sugar substitutes like erythritol, stevia, and monk fruit so you can enjoy a sweet treat now and then without messing with your keto #goals.
If you like Reese’s: Go Better Keto Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Butter Cups
Price: $ Nutrition per serving: 7 grams total carbs 1 gram net carbs 5 grams dietary fiber 10 grams fat Sweetened with: allulose and monk fruit New nutty-chocolaty cup, who dis? If you’re a Reese’s lover, consider converting to these dark chocolate keto cups. Made with hazelnut butter instead of PB, this healthier alternative (filled with organic cacao butter and topped with Himalayan sea salt) should def satisfy your cravings. It also comes in almond and coconut butter flavors if hazelnut isn’t your jam. Buy Go Better Keto Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Butter Cups.
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