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30 Keto Snack Ideas For Work

March 18, 2022

30 Keto Snack Ideas For Work

A ketogenic diet is a diet that focuses on foods that are high in fat and protein, and very low in carbs.

Everyone loves munching on something while working because snacks can give you the energy that you need to get through the day.

However, most mainstream snack options are high in carbs.

So, in today’s post, I’m sharing a roundup of snack ideas that are healthy, delicious, and can help you stay on track with your keto diet.

30 Keto Snack Ideas For Work

Hard-Boiled Eggs

Eggs are probably one of the most popular ingredients on the keto diet. They’re super versatile, and they also make the perfect grab and go keto snacks for work.

Just boil some eggs and bring them with you to munch on while you work! Put a little salt and pepper on them, and you’re done. The perfect high-protein keto snack idea.

You can eat them by themselves, or pair them with string cheese, or another type of cheese you like.

You can even make a snack box, with boiled eggs, cheese, nuts, and either cut-up veggies or keto fruit —all easy keto snacks to try.


Most nuts are amazing for the ketogenic diet. They have healthy fats and are low in sugar and are easy, grab and go keto snacks. The best nuts for a keto diet are almonds, Brazil nuts, Macadamia nuts, pecans, walnuts, and pili nuts.

You can make a trail mix with your favorite nuts and bring it with you to snack on. You can also pair them with string cheese, eggs, keto fruit, or veggies.


If you’re searching for delicious keto snacks, fruit is a great go-to. Not all fruit is keto-friendly though, since some fruit contain a lot of sugar (like bananas). However, there are many fruits that work well with the keto diet since they’re low in net carbs. Some of the most delicious fruit you can eat on the ketogenic diet are raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, cantaloupe, and watermelon. 


Cheese is another extremely popular keto food. It’s high-fat and low-carb, which makes it perfect for the keto diet.

For a snack, you can bring string cheese or another type of cheese you like, and eat it by itself or pair it with eggs and nuts.

You can also get cream cheese and dip your veggies in it. Cheese is definitely one of many people’s favorite keto snacks.

Veggies & Dip

Speaking of veggies & dips, that’s another great keto-friendly snack. Most veggies are keto-friendly. The ones you should avoid are potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, squash, and peas. 

But leafy vegetables, tomatoes, mushrooms, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, peppers, zucchini, cucumber, and so much more – they’re all great for a keto diet.

So, cut up your favorite veggies, and pair them with a keto-friendly dip (pre-made ones often contain added sugar, so stay away from those) – guacamole (for some healthy fats), cream cheese, greek yogurt, or another keto dip you like to make some easy keto snacks for work.


If you’re a pickle lover, this might be your favorite snack! Don’t worry, you can eat pickles as your keto snack, just make sure you buy ones that are sugar-free.

Keto Tortilla Chips

If chips are your guilty pleasure, there are tons of keto tortilla chips you can buy at the store. You can even get some keto salsa or guac, and dip your chips for the ultimate keto snack. Low-carb snacks don’t have to be bland!

Cheese Crisps

You can buy pre-made cheese crisps, or make your own by baking some cheese on a lined baking sheet or putting it in your air fryer. 

It’s a great way to eat cheese and snack on something crunchy.

Veggie Chips

There are tons of great veggie chips options that you can make (by baking them or putting them in the air fryer) or buy – kale chips, zucchini chips, and so on. Just make sure that they’re keto-friendly if you’re buying pre-made ones.

Dark Chocolate

If you have a sweet tooth, don’t worry! I know it can be hard to eat sweets on a keto diet since sugar is a big no-no, however, dark chocolate doesn’t contain a lot of added sugars, which means it’s usually keto-friendly!

You can either get dark chocolate chips and snack on those or get a bar of dark chocolate and bring some with you. Probably one of my favorite keto snacks.

Keto Cookies

Most grocery stores have keto cookies you can buy, you just need to check the label. 

Nut Butter

Nut butters (peanut butter, almond butter, etc.) are amazing for the ketogenic diet. They’re high-protein but low-sugar, which means you can definitely include them in your work snack.

You can dip veggies in them, add them to your snack box, or even eat them with keto fruit.


Turkey, bacon, pepperoni, salami, meat – all of that can be included in your snack box for work, as it’s keto-friendly (just check the label of the pre-packed meats to be sure). Mmm mmm, talk about some delicious keto snacks.

Keto Protein Bars

For an extra protein kick, protein bars are a great snack. Regular protein bars typically aren’t keto-friendly, but there are many keto-friendly options nowadays that you can get at most grocery stores.


Olives are a great snack. They’re keto-friendly, and pair so well with cheese and nuts. 


If you like jerky, you’re in luck! It’s high in protein and low in carbs, which makes it a great addition to your snack box. It’s not very high in fats, so you can pair it with some healthy fats like cheese or nuts.


Avocado checks all keto boxes: it’s high in healthy fats, and low in carbs. It also has many vitamins and nutrients you need to be healthy, so add avocado to your snack menu. You can either pack slices and pair it with jerky, meats, eggs, cheese, or nuts, or you can turn it into guac and pair it with veggies.


Broth might not be a typical snack food, but it’s definitely a great option, as it contains a lot of good nutrients, and is low in carbs.

Pork Rind

Pork rinds are high in fats and low in carbs, so you can snack on them whenever you want.

Wanting to get a bit more creative? Try out some of these keto snack recipes.

2 Caprese Stacks

176 calories 


  • ½ Tomato, medium – 11 calories
  • 2 oz Cheese, sliced, mozzarella, full fat/ regular – 160 calories
  • 1 cup Leafy greens, arugula, raw – 5 calories
  • 1 Basil, dash – 0 calories
  • 1 Oregano, dash – 0 calories
  • 1 Salt, dash – 0 calories
  • 1 Pepper, dash – 0 calories


  1. Slice tomato & layer slices on top of cheese as shown in the picture.
  2. Top with arugula and seasonings.
  3. No dairy? Use a dairy-free cheese, or top cheese with slices of avocado.

Greek Yoghurt & Berries

Greek yogurt and berries can be the perfect keto snack idea. It’s low in sugar, but can satisfy your sweet tooth easily.

Ants On A Log

326 calories


  • ½ cup Celery stalks, chopped in half – 8 calories
  • 2 Tbsp Peanut butter (Tbsp) – 188 calories
  • ¼ cup Raisins – 130 calories


  1. Top celery with peanut butter and raisins.
  2. No nuts? Use any other seed butter

Baked Cheese Bites With Salsa

202 calories


  • 1 oz Baked cheese bites – 170 calories
  • ½ cup Salsa – 32 calories (check the label to make sure the salsa you’re buying doesn’t have added sugars and that it’s keto-friendly)


  1. Dip cheese bites into salsa.
  2. No dairy? Use jerky and veggies.

BT Wraps

296 calories 


  • 4 oz Deli slices, turkey – 120 calories
  • 4 Uncured bacon, slice – 176 calories


  1. Fry bacon on stove top by cooking on low heat & turning every few minutes. Alternatively, you can cook bacon in the microwave or in the oven (~20 minutes at 400 degrees) if you prefer.
  2. Wrap turkey slices around bacon & spear with toothpick to hold together.

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

125 calories


  • 2 cups Cauliflower florets – 50 calories
  • 2 Tbsp Barbeque sauce – 50 calories (choose a keto brand)
  • 1 Tbsp Cheese, Parmesan, grated (Tbsp) – 25 calories
  • 1 Garlic salt, dash – 0 calories


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 
  2. Spray baking sheet with an olive oil spray.
  3. Cut cauliflower into small pieces.
  4. Bake cauliflower for 30 minutes.
  5. Take cauliflower out, mix with other ingredients, bake for an additional 5 minutes.

Buffalo Tuna Celery Bites

230 calories


  • 1 Tuna, canned (1 can) – 120 calories
  • ½ cup Celery stalks, chopped in half – 8 calories
  • 1 Tbsp Mayonnaise (Tbsp) – 97 calories
  • 1 tsp Buffalo sauce – 5 calories
  • 1 Pepper, dash – 0 calories


  1. Chp celery sticks into ~1 inch bite-sized pieces.
  2. In a small bowl, combine tuna, mayo, buffalo sauce, & pepper.
  3. Scoop on top of celery as shown in the picture.

Cantaloupe And Mozz Balls

164 calories


  • 1 cup Cantaloupe – 53 calories
  • 1 oz Mozzarella balls, mini – 81 calories
  • 1 Salt, dash – 0 calories
  • 1 Tbsp Balsamic glaze – 30 calories


  1. Slice cantaloupe into cubes.
  2. Stick cantaloupe cubes with mozz balls as shown in the picture spearing with a toothpick.
  3. Any extra cantaloupe? Eat on the side.
  4. Top with salt and balsamic glaze.
  5. No cheese? Use pieces of hard salami.

Bacon Wrapped Cabbage

213 calories


  • 3 slice Cabbage – 51 calories
  • 3 Uncured bacon, slice – 132 calories
  • 1 Tbsp Sour cream – 30 calories
  • 1 Garlic salt, dash – 0 calories


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  2. If not already, cut cabbage into 3 strips (seen in picture).
  3. Wrap 1 strip bacon around each cabbage slice.
  4. Bake for 30 minutes, flipping over midway through.
  5. Top with sour cream & spices.
  6. No dairy? Use more bacon. No meat? Use turkey or soy bacon.

Cucumber With Whipped Cream Cheese

164 calories


  • 1 Cucumber, small – 32 calories
  • 4 Tbsp Cream cheese, whipped (Tbsp) – 132 calories
  • 1 Everything bagel seasoning, dash – 0 calories


  1. Cut cucumber in half
  2. Top with whipped cream cheese, then top with everything bagel seasoning
  3. No dairy? Use a dairy free cream cheese, or avocado

Egg Pizza

255 calories


  • 2 Egg, large – 144 calories
  • 1 oz Cheese, sliced, mozzarella, full fat/ regular – 80 calories
  • ⅛ cup Tomatoes, canned, crushed – 6.25 calories
  • 1 Tbsp Cheese, Parmesan, grated (Tbsp) – 25 calories
  • 1 Salt, dash – 0 calories
  • 1 Pepper, dash – 0 calories
  • 1 Basil, dash – 0 calories
  • 1 Oregano, dash – 0 calories


  1. In a bowl, crack in eggs & whisk with a fork
  2. Spray a small pan with an olive oil spray. Turn on medium heat.
  3. Add eggs into the pan, flip with a turner once eggs are mostly cooked through. Let cook for another 1-2 minutes.
  4. Top with flat, cooked-through egg with tomatoes, mozzarella, parmesan, and seasonings. Cover pan with lid, turn heat to low, and let “pizza” cook until cheese has melted.
  5. No dairy? Use a dairy-free cheese or salami, bacon, or pepperoni (or a vegetarian meat version).
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