When you think of fat loss what do you think of? My guess is that you don’t think of snacking.

The good thing is though, that you can. We’ve put together a list of keto-friendly snacks around 100 calories or less that you can use to keep you full and burn fat. Sound too good to be true? It isn’t! Take a look below.

1. String cheese

1 peice of skim string cheese – This is a great snack because it involves zero prep. Simply grab it from the fridge and be on your way!
80 kcal
6 g protein
6 g fat

2. Beef Jerky

1 large piece – You do need to watch out for sugar when eating jerky, as some varieties have more or less sugar than others, but it’s a great source of protein.
82 kcal
7 g protein
5 g fat

3. Canned sardines

1/2 a can – We totally get it if the idea of sardines doesn’t sound too exciting, but there are ways around that. Mash them up with some salt and pepper, place them inside a large lettuce leaf, and add the pickled veggie of your choice.
95 kcal
11 g protein
5 g fat

4. Hard boiled egg

1 large – At the beginning of each week, boil a few eggs and keep them in the fridge ready for snacking.
78 kcal
6 g protein
5 g fat

5. Bacon

2 slices – Crunchy bacon is the dreamiest little mid-afternoon snack.
96 kcal
6 g protein
6 g fat

6. Avocado

1/3 of medium size – Don’t eat a whole avocado if you’re watching your calories, but this stuff is great for filling you up and keeping you going.
80 kcal
1 g protein
8 g fat

7. Peanut butter

1 tbsp, smooth – One big spoon. Need we say more?
94 kcal
4 g protein
8 g fat

8. Olives

20 large – The fact that olives are so full of fat is a big win for keto dieters. Indulge with a smile.
90 kcal
1 g protein
9 g fat

9. Hummus

1 serving 0.25 – Best tip? Make your own, that way you can control the ingredients and make sure you get the flavour you want.
100 kcal
3 g protein
7 g fat

10. Tuna salad

0.25 cups – Tuna, mayo, salt and pepper. Made for each other.
96 kcal
8 g protein
4 g fat

Which of these is your favourite keto-friendly snack? Do you snack more on sweet things or savoury things?

Femi A-Williams is a health and fitness convert trying to reconcile a healthy lifestyle and a happy food life. She is 80% whole grain and 20% donut.

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