Top 50 Low-Carb & Keto, Kids Snack Ideas — F-R-E-E guide & snacks list

If you’re looking to reduce the amount of sugar in your child’s diet, these Low-Carb & Keto, Kids Snack Ideas will help you get started, even if you have picky kids!

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Top 50 Low-Carb & Keto, Kids Snack Ideas 

I frequently get asked by desperate parents how they can reduce sugar and processed foods from their children’s diets and for good reason. 

Take sugar as an example – it is being added to almost all our foods these days and far exceeds the World Health Organisation’s recommended daily limit of 6 teaspoons for children.

By the time your children reach 8 years of age, they will have consumed as much sugar as an adult would have in their entire life a century ago. That is shocking!

And if you think reaching for low-fat products is the answer, it’s not. In fact, most low-fat foods are often higher in carbs. When the fat is removed, it is generally replaced with some form of starch to ensure the product is still palatable and the texture is acceptable.

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It’s really no wonder then why so many health-conscious people are turning to low-carb and keto diets for themselves and their families.

By switching from sugar-packed and high carb snacks to low-carb and keto meals and snacks for your kids, you will be safeguarding them against future health issues and conditions such as Type 2 diabetes, fatigue, obesity, lack of concentration and many other health-related problems. 

With that in mind, I’ve taken the hassle of trying to figure out which snacks are low-carb to give to your children.

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For now, let’s take a look at this list of 50 Low-Carb and Keto, Kids Snack Ideas below.

50 Low-Carb and Keto, Kids Snack Ideas

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Before getting into the snack list, it’s helpful to understand the food categories that are low-carb and keto-friendly.

  • Meat-based snacks– all types of beef, pork, chicken, lamb which is why the snack list includes things like beef jerky, salami sticks, chicken drumsticks, etc. You can keep the fat and skin on the chicken
  • Fish – all types especially those high in Omega 3 such as prawns and canned sardines and tuna
  • Vegetables – all types that are grown above the ground. Leafy greens, spinach, silverbeet, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, avocados, courgettes, aubergines, capsicums, mushrooms, lettuce
  • Dairy like cheese, cream, milk – choose the full-fat options
  • Nuts and seeds – these are great snacks but don’t over consume and watch out for those higher in carbs like cashews
  • Eggs – there is no limit on how many eggs you can eat. Eggs are little powerhouses of nutrition.
  • Fruit – it’s best to choose low-sugar, low-carb, nutrient-dense berries such as blueberries, blackberries. Add them to double cream, natural unsweetened yoghurt or coconut cream for a longer period of satiation
  • Fats – use healthy fats such as butter, olive oil, coconut oil, lard, avocado oil, macadamia oil

With this in mind, try out these 50 low-carb and keto snack ideas: 

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  1. Pork rinds
  2. Strawberries
  3. Baked cheese chips
  4. Guacamole
  5. Beef jerky
  6. Walnuts
  7. Boiled eggs
  8. Almonds
  9. Tinned/canned tuna
  10. Cheese slices/sticks
  11. Salami sticks
  12. Sunflower seeds
  13. Whipped cream
  14. Chicken drumsticks
  15. 1-minute mayo with cheese sticks
  16. Veggie sticks and cream cheese
  17. Ham and cheese roll-ups
  18. Sausages
  19. Scotch eggs
  20. Curried devilled eggs
  21. Cheesy chaffles
  22. Almond butter
  23. Cacao nibs
  24. Blueberries
  25. Grain-free granola, berries and unsweetened yoghurt
  26. Dark 95% cacao chocolate
  27. Avocado with salt & pepper
  28. Double chocolate chaffles
  29. Canned/tinned sardines
  30. Macadamias
  31. Prawns
  32. Cheddar cheese
  33. Pickles
  34. Pumpkin seeds
  35. Pizza chaffles
  36. Pecans
  37. Fat bombs
  38. Olives
  39. Bake pepperoni chips
  40. Baked bacon strips
  41. Prawn cocktail
  42. Raspberries
  43. Sugar-free jello
  44. Meatballs
  45. Chocolate whipped cream
  46. Ham, cheese and pickle roll-ups
  47. Scrambled eggs
  48. Turkey and cheese roll-ups
  49. Whipped coconut cream
  50. Tuna mayonnaise

Tips For Reducing Unhealthy Snacks 

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As a parent, I know it’s not as simple as just adding healthy snacks into the home.

Our kids are constantly faced with unhealthy snack options at kids parties, after sports events, or other social events.

Try these tips to reduce unhealthy snack eating:

  • Ask sports teams organisers to stop the post-match treats. Explain to the manager that your family is trying to get rid of sugar and unhealthy snacks and whether they will support you with this. Many parents feel the same way so you’re not alone.
  • Make a fun pact with your children that encourages them to make healthier choices. This could be committing to pay them additional pocket money every time they decline a treat from their local hairdresser, DIY store or similar shop. 
  • Ask visiting relatives who are in the habit of bringing unhealthy treats for your children to limit to a few rather than an entire bag.
  • Lead by example by not eating junk food or keeping it in the house.
  • Print the list of healthy snack ideas provided in your free guide “How to reduce sugar from your child’s diet PLUS 50 healthy snack ideas” and get your children to highlight the snacks that they love already. As time goes on, they will be highlighting more as you discover how many healthy snacks they start to enjoy over the following months.
  • Start to swap your child’s favourite snacks with healthier versions.
  • Reduce how many junk food snacks you buy each week until you reach zero. This will get easier the healthier snacks you make that your children enjoy. 

Swapping To Healthy Low-Carb And Keto Snack Ideas Can Be Daunting

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Reducing sugar and carbs from your child’s diet can seem overwhelming at first but now that you have a great list on hand as well as tips on how to reduce unhealthy snacks, it doesn’t need to be a difficult process.

One of the best ways we can show our love and care for our children is by ensuring that they eat whole and nutrient-dense foods that will safeguard their health into the future. You can easily start today by following my Stepwise Method and download this PDF that contains all the information you need to get started easily! 

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