Healthy Low-Carb Snacks, Desserts, and Condiments
The right Snacks, Desserts, Sauces, and Spreads can really enhance the taste of any meal. But many sold in stores contain hidden sugars that aren’t in line with a low-carb diet. So what’s the solution to include a low-carb snack in your diet? Start making homemade ones and add fat bombs.
We are providing our readers with a list of Low-Carb Snacks, Desserts, and Condiments to enhance the flavor of foods the healthy way without adding excess sugar or carbs. It’s an easy way to go from tasting okay to fantastic!
Raw Mint Chocolate (Low carb version)
We are using Raw cacao powder in this recipe which is high in nutrients such as iron, magnesium, and zinc. It is also a rich source of antioxidants for our heart and contains neurotransmitters which contribute to well-being and happiness. Click here for the complete recipe.
Avocado Mousse Chocolate
This Mousse recipe is not just a healthy chocolate mousse; it is also one of the best easy dessert recipes you will ever make. For low-carb version of the recipe, replace the honey with monk fruit or stevia. Click here for the complete recipe.
Home Made Low-Carb Chocolate
Almost all commercial chocolate is not low-carb or keto friendly. Sugar is almost always the main ingredient. We have made this amazing chocolate using date syrup but you can use any sweetener you like such as raw honey, maple, monk fruit, and even stevia. Click here for the complete recipe.
Gluten Free Coconut Pancake (Low-Carb)
These low-carb coconut flour pancakes are the best way to tun any pancakes lovers into low-carb eating. They are the fluffiest pancakes ever. If you’re a pancake fan I guarantee you’ll love the gluten-free coconut pancakes guilt free. It is perfect for a low-carb snack. Click here for the complete recipe.
Home Made Healthy Pizza Sauce (Pasta Sauce)
This home made healthy pizza sauce recipe is a great replacement to all of the store-bought pizza/pasta sauces because it’s healthier without adding sugar or other unnecessary ingredients. Store bought sauce usually contain sugar and other ingredients we don’t want in our food. Click here for the complete recipe. ⠀
Tahini Chocolate Chips Cookies
This Tahini Chocolate Chips Cookies recipe is especially good for those of you who can’t have peanuts, as tahini is reminiscent of peanut butter. Also these cookies are suitable for people following low-carb diet. Click here for the complete recipe.
This is a pure dark chocolate that is tasty and addictive. This chocolate is 100% raw, vegan, and low-carb. We all know that bitter chocolate is much better than milk chocolate. It is also a well-known fact that the darker the chocolate the better it is. Click here for the complete recipe.
Raw Chocolate Ice Cream Bites
This recipe is really super easy and will satisfy even the sugar addicts. This version is strictly low-carb. We have added a little of monk fruit as a sweetener but you can also use high quality organic maple. Click here for the complete recipe.
Zucchini Bacon Fat Bombs
These Zucchini Bacon Fat Bombs can be made ahead and reheated as a low-carb snack. These addicting fat bombs are made from pastured bacon, organic cage free eggs, Zucchini, coconut flour, Onions, Cumin, and turmeric. Keto eaters, you have to try this. Click here for the complete recipe.
This authentic homemade tahini paste recipe we are sharing with you is so quick and easy to make, is less expensive than store-bought, healthier, and tastes WAY better and also it’s low-carb. Click here for the complete recipe.
Add it on your spinach,or even your steak it will do magic. All you need is garlic and butter, plus any other finely chopped herbs to take it to a whole other level. One of the easiest recipes on the planet! Click here for the complete recipe. ⠀
This Green Pesto is a super-versatile sauce. Have it in a tomato and mozzarella salad, in a toast, marinate meat or fish with it. Also, it is a low-carb sauce that can be enjoyed in keto and paleo diets. Click here for the complete recipe.
This recipe of Pickled cucumbers is a big part of the Mediterranean food and it can accompany almost any Mediterranean meal. It’s great as a side dish or just an afternoon snack. Use organic cucumbers and and filtered water for highest quality. Click here for the complete recipe.
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