Having a snack here and there can help you stick to your keto diet. Not only do keto snacks curb hunger pangs, so you don’t end up having cheat meals, but they can also boost your intake of important nutrients, like ketogenic fats, fiber, and vitamins.
And that even holds true if your choice of snacks involves all things sweet. Keto sweet snacks, like the ones you’ll see below, don’t have added sugar, and many are even good for you. The options on our keto snacks list below are also convenient (i.e., bite-sized and portable) to make your life easier. Here are 19 keto snacks for anyone with a sweet tooth.
Chocolate & PB Fat Bombs
Fat bombs are the ultimate keto snack, killing sweet tooth and hunger pangs in a couple of bites. These three-ingredient and dairy-free chocolate and peanut butter fat bombs are just like PB cups. They also provide a healthy dose of healthy fats as well as 9g of protein.
These yummy keto chocolate peanut butter fat bombs won’t melt at room temperature! Shush, cocoa butter is the secret ingredient.
Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs
When it’s strawberry season, try these delicious fat bombs! Made with a combo of cream cheese, butter, gelatine, and strawberries, these fat bombs are bursting with summer flavor. You’ll love how refreshing they are and the generous number of servings you get from the recipe.
Five ingredients that, when combined, become the perfect keto strawberry cheesecake fat bombs — cold and delicate one-biters you won’t want to share.
Keto Vanilla Mug Cake
We love mug cakes because they take the hassle out of homemade dessert making. If you never made one yourself, start with this basic vanilla mug cake. It takes only around five minutes to make with staple keto ingredients like almond flour, Greek yogurt, and butter. Great on its own or topped with sour cream.
A quick and easy one minute, single-serving Low-Carb Keto Vanilla Mug Cake. This one is for all vanilla lovers!
Keto Faux Banana Muffins
Sweet cravings can attack anywhere. Make yourself prepared with portable keto-friendly snacks like these banana-free banana muffins. The recipe calls for banana flavor and zucchini in place of bananas, yielding a snack that’s pretty close to the real deal.
Airy and fluffy, but packed with flavor, these keto banana muffins are fabulous.
Keto PB Cookies
Another set of snacks to carry to work, school, or outings are keto-friendly peanut butter cookies. These take around 20 minutes to prepare with ingredients that are easy to find. They’re also loaded with flavor, protein, and fats to keep you satisfied.
Peanut butter cookies are one of those treats you can’t get enough of, and today you’ll learn how to bake the best keto version ever! 1.9 NET carb per serving.
Keto Mini Cheesecakes
These cheesecake bites are a true crowd pleaser! The recipe pairs a buttery almond flour crust with a cream cheese layer and strawberry jello topping. Besides being great for celebrations, these are great for sharing at the office, school, and picnics.
Creamy and delicious keto mini cheesecakes. Single-serving size. Only 2.3 NET carbs per serving!
Keto Green Blondies
Or should we say “greenies?” Either way, these keto-friendly sweet treats are tasty, healthy, and fairly easy to make. You’ll need a couple of keto staples plus homemade sunflower seed butter. You’ll get 16 blondies to enjoy for days ahead.
Keto Desserts for St. Patrick’s Day! Go ahead and make you and your sweet tooth buddies happy with these Keto Green Blondies!
Low-Carb Lemon Popsicles
Another three-ingredient, super-simple snack perfect for summer. All you need is some water, a couple of lemons, and your favorite sweetener — plus popsicle molds. But if you don’t own popsicle molds, use this recipe to make sorbet instead.
Beat the heat with these ice-cold 3 ingredients lemon popsicles!
Three ingredients, four steps, five minutes are all you need to make keto fudge: keto snacking doesn’t get any simpler than this. The recipe yields 16 pieces, and you can refrigerate or freeze leftovers for weeks to months. Besides being low-carb, these sweet treats are also vegan.
Love chocolate? Fed up with summer heat or just fed up? You’re about to get the most effortless keto fudge recipe that will definitely elevate your mood!
Vegan & Keto Chocolate Pudding
Vegan, keto, and loaded with chocolate, this pudding ticks all the right boxes. It’s also super easy to prepare, taking around five minutes, requiring seven ingredients, and ready in two steps. And because this is loaded with ketogenic fats, you’ll enjoy this treat with no guilt.
Whoever is to visit while you’re too busy and got nothing to put on the table, will be a happy camper if you make this vegan keto chocolate pudding.
Chocolate Fat Bombs
The best sweet treats on keto are loaded with chocolate like these fat bombs. A decadent chocolate coating around a shredded coconut filling, these are almost like Bounty bars — but without the extra carbs, of course.
Our keto chocolate fat bombs are smooth cream cheese one-biters flavored with coconut and covered with a crackly layer of bittersweet cacao.
Coconut Matcha Cake
If you like your keto-friendly snacks to provide added benefits, consider making this keto-friendly chocolate and matcha cake. Matcha provides brain-boosting antioxidants, and it gives this cheesecake a beautiful green hue.
When it comes to cakes, recipes don’t always need to be complex. A sponge keto cake with creamy matcha frosting is enough to satisfy a sweet tooth.
Sugar-Free Frozen Yogurt
Normally, fro-yo is a guilty pleasure. But this sugar-free, keto-friendly version is different. It’s rich in protein, thanks to Greek yogurt and whey powder. It’s also a great source of energizing fat, fiber, and vitamin C.
Don’t wait for the summer to end, grab your blender, some frozen fruits, and Greek yogurt, and get instant access to a freezingly cold cream!
Bulletproof Coffee Mug Cake
Is Bulletproof coffee not working for you? Do you need something more substantial, something that will really help you feel full in-between meals? Then try out this mug cake. Feel free to add a dash of MCT oil if you like for that Bulletproof experience.
One Bulletproof Coffee Mug Cake comes out to be approximately 244 Calories, Fat: 21.9 g (of which Saturated: 17.9 g, MUFA’s: 3.1 g), Total Carbs: 7.9 g, Fiber: 4.9 g, Net Carbs: 3 g, Protein: 5.1 g
Keto Pumpkin Pecan Bread
Quick bread of the sweet variety makes for some of the best snacks. This keto-friendly version of pumpkin bread is no different. What you’ll love about it is that it calls for only five ingredients and no nut flour!
All the flavors of the holiday season get packed inside a super versatile loaf of keto pumpkin pecan bread. Only 5 ingredients and 2 NET carbs!
Low-Carb Mini Pumpkin Pies
These are essentially your classic pumpkin pie, downsized and turned keto. Mini keto snacks like these are super convenient and super cute to boot! Plus, they make portion control a tad bit easier.
One mini Pumpkin Pie comes out to be approximately 177 Calories, Fat: 16.3 g (of which Saturated: 8.5 g, MUFA’s: 6.0 g), Total Carbs: 4.1 g, Fiber: 0.8 g, Net Carbs: 3.3 g, Protein: 3.2 g
Are you over peanut butter cookies (to your own surprise)? Try to switch things up with these tahini cookies. They’re a bit more delicate in taste and texture compared to PB cookies. Adding a drizzle of chocolate makes them even better.
One cookie comes out to be 118 Calories, Fat: 10.9 g (of which Saturated: 5.7 g, MUFA’s: 3.3 g), Total Carbs: 2.8 g, Fiber: 1.5 g, Net Carbs: 1.3 g, Protein: 2.1 g
No-Bake Low-Carb Cheesecake
With summer approaching, you’ll want to have a couple of no-bake recipes like this one on hand. We believe cheesecake makes for a fantastic low-carb snack due to its protein count (a serving of this one has 6g).
This no-bake low carb vanilla cheesecake is completely egg-free and therefore requires no heating.
The secret to perfect keto blondies is cacao butter — it adds richness to them like no other ingredient. You’ll get around two dozen blondies with this recipe, each being under 100 calories. Perfect low-carb treats when you want to watch your calories.
Without the optional nuts or chia seeds added, one blondie comes out to be approximately 80 Calories, Fat: 7.3 g (of which Saturated: 4.6 g, MUFA’s: 2.0 g), Total Carbs: 1.6 g, Fiber: 0.9 g, Net Carbs: 0.7 g, Protein: 2.1 g
Found a snack (or several) you’d like to make or have already tried making? Please share your experiences in the comments below. I’d love to hear your feedback.