Top 30 low-carb snack recipes

26 comments

  1. Ruth
    Can I substitute chia seed for Psyllium husk in your recipes?
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  3. Francoise
    In theory, I think it might work since chia seeds, like psyllium, absorb liquids. I would add the water little by little to check on the consistency. I have not tried it though. You posted your querry on Sept. 10; have you tried it by any chance?
  4. Scott
    What's in the picture at the headliner? It looks like a churro. Obviously it's not that, but it's not in the list and that was the reason I even clicked on snacks. Other great ideas here, but really interested in the headliner.
    Reply: #5
  5. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    Scott, those are the Eggplant Fries! To get to the recipe, I clicked the All Snacks icon in the top menu bar.
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/recipes/eggplant-fries
  6. Scott
    Awesome, thank you!
  7. Shirley Rimmer
    The onion rings look fabulous. I have a problem though, I am allergic to almonds so is there an alternative to almond flour I can use?
    Reply: #8
  8. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    The onion rings look fabulous. I have a problem though, I am allergic to almonds so is there an alternative to almond flour I can use?

    You can try crushed pork rinds.

  9. Lisa Sudduth
    I believe those are air fried cheese stix, but I couldn't find the recipe!
    Reply: #10
  10. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    Eggplants!! They are in our Side Dishes.
  11. Sunidhi
    Hi...is there a substitute for psyllium husk?
    Replies: #12, #13, #24, #25
  12. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Hi...is there a substitute for psyllium husk?

    Unfortunately there is not a good substitute for psyllium, it's a very unique ingredient.

  13. Mahima
    Hi. just wanted to say if you've got an Indian / international food shop near you, you can look for isabgol. At least in the UK, it's a lot cheaper than other brands!
  14. Liana
    There's a photo at the top of something delicious in tin bins, but it's not listed here in the snacks. Can you direct us to this recipe?! I love all these recipes, so relieved to find this website. Ty, ty.
    Reply: #15
  15. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    There's a photo at the top of something delicious in tin bins, but it's not listed here in the snacks. Can you direct us to this recipe?! I love all these recipes, so relieved to find this website. Ty, ty.

    Those are the Eggplant Fries! To get to the recipe, I clicked the All Snacks icon in the top menu bar.
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/recipes/eggplant-fries

  16. Diana M Koncul
    Do you put out a cookbook that can be purchased?
    Reply: #17
  17. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Do you put out a cookbook that can be purchased?

    We do not have a cookbook but several of our recipe creators have one (or more!). You can find the list of our amazing creators here - https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/recipes/recipe-creators

  18. Kelly
    How to you work your snacks into your meal plan
    Reply: #19
  19. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    How to you work your snacks into your meal plan

    Generally, it is better to avoid snacks and go at least 4-6 hours between meals. There may be times though that you are hungry before dinner and you can incorporate them; snacks are also nice to offer guests as an appetizer.

  20. debra
    Hi, I do Home Care and I am on the road going from house to house so I am eating my lunch/snacks in the car. Do you have any recipes or suggestions on what I could have? I also need a fair amount of potassium in my diet as I have a ileostomy. (I have 2 bananas a day)
    Reply: #21
  21. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Hi, I do Home Care and I am on the road going from house to house so I am eating my lunch/snacks in the car. Do you have any recipes or suggestions on what I could have? I also need a fair amount of potassium in my diet as I have a ileostomy. (I have 2 bananas a day)

    Here is a list of packable low carb lunches for on the go. Bananas are not going to be low carb enough for keto. If you need the potassium you may wish to speak to your doctor about a potassium supplement.
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/recipes/meals/lunch

  22. lisa2020
    You can buy potassium drops online (Amazon) and put a few drops into your water bottle each day.
  23. Shari
    Salami and Cheese chips are fantastic!
  24. mohammed
    you can get psyllium in Iherb website i struggled to find it in my country
  25. Evie
    I found it on Amazon. One12 oz bag for US $9.99. It’s on Walmart online as well. Also, considering you don’t need a lot of it per recipe, it should last you a while.
  26. Toot
    Hi, can some one please explain the difference between the green , orange and yellow carb count? i guess green is the best...but what does the orange and yellow stand for? initially i thought it was the number of carbs but then i saw that even 10 grams can have a green dot and 6 can have an orange dot.
    Reply: #27
  27. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Hi, can some one please explain the difference between the green , orange and yellow carb count? i guess green is the best...but what does the orange and yellow stand for? initially i thought it was the number of carbs but then i saw that even 10 grams can have a green dot and 6 can have an orange dot.

    Green - keto
    Yellow - low carb
    Orange - liberal low carb
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/how-low-carb-is-low-carb

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