Vegan keto ain’t easy. We’ve all been there, out and about and some monster cravings hit and bad snack decisions happen. So we’ve come up with 21 easy vegan keto snacks to satisfy those in-between meal hunger pains. Who’s hungry now?
Well… We’re going to lend you a hand. Anything’s possible. What we’ve done is compiled some super scrumptious, super easy, (some are even no-bake) vegan keto snack recipes to keep your own healthy stash always full and ready for these almost-decisive times of the day. Instead of grabbing a bag of chips, you’ll be grabbing some Zucchini chips instead and feeling like a total star. Trust. Let’s get into it.
We promised zucchini chips and here they are. If you’re like every other person on the planet, at some point in the week, you just want to lay back, turn on your favorite Netflix series and snack on something out of a bag. Yeah, potato chips, who doesn’t love them? As much as we love their savory deliciousness, they go against our kind-keto lifestyles and they are very starchy.
A good way to replace them while still being able to enjoy the moment? These zucchini vegan keto chips that are out of this world. Sink your teeth into them after frying them in a bit of olive oil and sit back. You won’t regret it.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 3g
Hero Ingredient: Olive Oil.Gosh, I love my olive oil, it’s like accidentally adding an “herbal” touch to every recipe I make. This brand, in particular, is perfect, it’s chemical-free and it adds a very delicate flavor and not too overpowering like other brands I’ve tried. Plus, it’s produced by an environmentally conscious company which is great.
If you’ve never heard of this tempting dip, you’re missing out. Luckily enough, we’re here to bring it into the limelight for your delight. Baba ganoush is a Middle Eastern dip made with eggplant, so it is naturally keto and vegan-friendly. If you’re no fan of the eggplant or afraid it might turn out bitter, no worries, this recipe is just perfect for the creamiest, sweet texture. What I love about this recipe is how simple it is and how versatile it can be. Oh, and talk about pleasing the crowd. Your guests will be all over it at your next dinner party.
Once you make this recipe, you’ll want to make it over and over. Save some dip to snack on before lunch and enjoy the moment!
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: Not mentioned
Hero Ingredient: Garlic powder. Garlic is one of my favorite spices to kick up the flavor, especially when the recipe just calls for it. This is one of my preferred garlic brands not only because it’s produced organically, but also because the flavor is just right. Not too strong, but still loyal to that spicy, robust flavor that’s so authentic in garlic. You should definitely give it a try.
This is one of those finger-licking recipes you can’t go without. I’m telling you, when you discover the power of the cauliflower and how adaptable it can be, you won’t stop getting it at the store! If you’re craving some french fries, popcorn or anything you’d have at the movies, here’s your star.
Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, it’s a great savory vegan keto snack you’ll devour in less than two minutes if you’re not careful!
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: Not mentioned.
Hero Ingredient: Pistachios. Pistachios have always been a treat to me. You can eat them straight out of the bag! But once you add them to a recipe, it’s a whole other world. I love these, their rich in flavor and super crunchy. Also, super guilt-free and amazingly nutritional. Oh, and totally organic which is always a plus.
Have you ever tried to make your own “cheese” dip? If you haven’t this might be just the right time to try something new! Remember, going vegan keto doesn’t mean you have to miss out on textures or flavors you used to enjoy, it just means reaching out for new experiences. As always, we’ve got you covered.
This delightful cashew-based cheese dip is everything you’ve ever wanted. And sure, it may seem like a complicated recipe, but it’s actually not. And you can have your own secret stash of cheese dip to munch on during the week! Trust me, you’ll be coming back to this more than once.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: Not mentioned
Hero Ingredient: Cashews.The star of the recipe and also a great snack. These are perfect to me, they’re super creamy and deliciously crunchy. It might be because they’ve soaked and de-hydrated these to make them extra good. Add these to your recipes or grab a bag and feast on them.
Talk about a go-to vegan keto-friendly snack recipe. Wow, once you get a taste of this delish vegan shamrock shake, you’ll never go back. Turns out, you don’t have to miss out on exquisite shakes and you can make your own at home. Whip yourself a batch of these for you and your friends (or just for you) and live the dream. You’ll only need a couple of ingredients: coconut milk, avocado, mint, and ice. Oh, and your favorite go-to sweetener of choice. See? All healthy fats and totally enjoyable.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 7g Hero Ingredient:
So in the “normal” diet world, anything with the word “fat” in it means running out the door and never coming back. However, in the vegan-keto world, we ketotarians love fats, that is, the plant-based, healthy fats produced in nature.
This is what these super scrumptious fat bombs are all about! Once you make this recipe, you’ll want to keep a stash of your favorite fat bombs and store it in your secret pantry.
One of my favorite, quick and easy vegan keto recipes. A high fat, low carb treats you’ll want to come back to every day.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: Not mentioned
Hero Ingredient: Coconut Butter. This spread it my go-to for many of my recipes. And don’t get me started on just giving it a taste straight from the spoon! It’s creamy, smooth, and delightful. You can use it for fat bombs, smoothies, bars, and so much more. Perfect for your pantry.
This may look like an entire dish (and it could be), but it’s also a great snack you can feast on during a lunch break. It’s a savory dish, made up of tender butternut squash, crispy Brussel sprouts, creamy avocado, and some more amazing ingredients. It’s super adaptable and you can whip this up and take it in a bento box for your snacking needs!
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 16.7g
Hero Ingredient:Coconut Syrup. This recipe calls for maple syrup, but due to the massive sugar concentration it contains, you should use this heavenly coconut syrup instead. It’s super buttery and holds up like caramel syrup. The taste is similar to molasses and doesn’t ever disappoint.
These will turn into your got to no back vegan keto granola bars you’ll want to take everywhere with you. Ok, that was a pretty long sentence. Thing is, granola bars are the absolute queens of healthy snacking. However, when going vegan keto, most store-bought granola bars might include ingredients you’re trying to avoid. This is the perfect, no-bake granola bar recipe you can whip up in less than 30 minutes.
Enjoy their sweet, crunchy and munchy exterior made up of nuts, seeds, and sugar-free plant-based sweeteners. What more could you need?
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 9.6g
Hero Ingredient: Pumpkin Seeds. I became obsessed when I found out you could eat them too! I know, many might have already known, but it was totally new to me. That’s when I began to buy them and these are just great. Perfectly crispy, buttery, and you can add them to salads, smoothies, or any other preparation for texture. Environmentally produced, as nutritious as it gets, and the perfect amount of seeds in the bag.
The perfect vegan keto sweet snack. If you’ve ever been too afraid of making no-bake vegan keto cookies because you think they just don’t hold up… Grab all the ingredients you need and get to making these! Trust me, this is one of those recipes you can’t go without trying. Plus, if you’ve been wanting to satisfy that chocolate cake craving for weeks now, this is going to be a healthy fix to that. You’ll be wanting to sneak into the cookie jar more than once after you whip up a batch of these.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 4.5g
Hero Ingredient: Monk Fruit Sticky Sweetener. This is the perfect sticky sweetener if you’re looking to sweeten or stick. The taste resembles sugar and the product itself is not as expensive. There is no artificial flavoring and naturally extracted.
Another vegan keto sweet snack for all those sweet tooths out there! You can most definitely have this recipe for breakfast or stash it in a zip-lock bag while you’re running out the door. If you’ve been really craving some munchy, crunchy cereal, granola, or granola bars, you should give this recipe a shot. It’s vegan and keto-friendly, and most importantly, it’s jam-packed with the most nutritious ingredients. So, imagine having this mid-afternoon, you won’t want to go nap. You’ll want to keep taking the world by storm.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 11g Hero Ingredient:
This here is another vegan keto granola bar recipe to make at home. You must not need a reminder by now, but store-bought granola bars are really just candy bars. They are packed with sugar, unhealthy fats, and are usually not that low-carb either. So if you’ve been looking for a way to feast on your own keto-friendly bars, here is another recipe to help you with that! Trust me, you’ll never want to go back to regular granola bars.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 3g
Hero Ingredient: Hemp seeds. These are so good and cost-friendly! Hemp seeds are super nutritious and contain tons of proteins and omegas. This brand, I love. The bag is a perfect size and it’s environment-friendly.
Did someone say pretzels? Wanting to have pretzels is actually a pretty specific craving, which I’m sure you’ve had at some point. Remember going to the mall and wanting to grab a pretzel at the food court? Now, it might be something you miss because of your new vegan-keto lifestyle. But, no need to reminiscence any longer, because there is a soft, chewy and absolutely tempting soft pretzel recipe that you will love. And it’s this one. Are you ready to enjoy a pretzel moment? Cause we are. (In this one, you can replace the egg with flaxseed meal and water).
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 2.3g Hero Ingredient:
Not only are these bite-sized salads, but they are also a mix of textures that’ll have your tastebuds singing and dancing. If you’re a vegetarian, you’d probably add a layer of cheese on these, but since we’re vegan keto, you just remove that layer completely. The secret? Having perfectly ripe produce to enjoy all the textures. The crispiness and
acidity of the tomatoes, the creaminess of the avocado and why not fresh basil from your garden? It doesn’t get any better than this!
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 12g
Hero Ingredient: Coconut Vinegar. If you’ve never tried this, you’re missing out! It adds such an interesting flavor to salads and fresh veggies, it’s great. This vinegar is totally unique and distinctive in flavor, the best brand I’ve come to find for coconut vinegar. Trust me on this one.
So we’ve gone through a couple of dips, which you might imagine can be feasted on with some delish veggies. But if you really want a crispy chip to go along with your vegan keto dips, here’s your recipe. These are the perfect keto vegan tortilla chips I’ve come to find. Oh! And you’ll also be able to make taco shells if you’re in the mood for taco night as well. It’ll be a party at home and in your mouth.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 5g
Hero Ingredient: Flaxseed Meal. When you find the perfect flaxseed meal, you know. And I’ve found mine. It’s a perfect product to keep in your pantry for your baking (or no-bake) needs. I like this brand in particular because it’s organic, finely ground, and you won’t find bigger seed lumps in it, like with other brands. And it’s sourced from Canadian farmers!
I was so happy when I found this vegan keto fudge recipe. I thought I’d definitely given up my chocolate fudge when going into a vegan keto diet. But that wasn’t the case. Talk about satisfying a chocolate craving in the best way possible. This fudge is naturally sweetened, gluten-free, and dairy-free. It’s, to say the least, perfection. You can eat it as tiny chocolate squares or melt it to top off your desserts. None of all the sugary, undesirable ingredients and all of the healthy pleasantness.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: Not mentioned
Hero Ingredient: Almond Butter. Great value! This is always my go-to brand for almond spread butter. It’s super creamy, organic, and raw. You can taste the quality and one unit lasts for a while, unless you’re eating it straight from your spoon. It’s delicious, I wouldn’t blame you!
Obsessed with this recipe. Did you look at the luscious color on these fat bombs? If you really like blueberries, this is going to be one of those recipes you can’t let go of. Plus, it’s so simple to make, you’ll fall in love with it. These fat bombs are super tempting and you’ll want to keep them all to yourself once you get a taste of the rich blueberry flavor. High in antioxidants, totally vegan-keto and healthy as can be. Try them!
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 2.0g
Ah, cereal. Yes, we all know how bad it can be, but when you’ve grown up loving it, after going on a vegan-keto diet you might tend to miss it. At least a couple of times a month. Remember, munching in these? Well, we’ve got your back. This is a vegan-keto take on cinnamon toast crunch which is to die for. Seriously, all you need are a couple of ingredients and of course your favorite plant-based milk. It’s one of my favorite snacking options out there. (Remember you can always mix flaxseed with water to substitute for eggs!)
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: Not mentioned Hero Ingredient: Ground ginger. Ginger is one of my favorite “spices” and adds an interesting flavor to recipes. This one is just the right amount of spice and curry-like flavor without being too overpowering. Sometimes even, you get a sense of orange in there. A totally unique product to keep in your pantry for sure.
Ok, who doesn’t love cookie dough? We don’t know a single person, do you? If you’re one of us, you used to love to sneak a finger into cookie dough when you were younger. But why does this pleasure have to belong to only some of us? Guess what. There’s a vegan keto cookie dough recipe for your sweet tooth and it’s marvelous. Learn how to make this sweet vegan keto snack and tell us all about it!
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 5g Hero Ingredient:
Apart from other granolas which might have other additives, this recipe is a bit different! It contains some super-amazing and nutritious nuts and seeds! This handy granola stores great in an airtight container to take anywhere you go or keep a healthy stash at home. It’s suuuuper easy to make and you might just have everything to make it as we speak! So, you know where to go when craving some crunchy, healthy, snacks! Also, if you ever want to use it to top off a creamy dessert that deserves some texture, you can definitely do that too!
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 4g Hero Ingredient: Unsweetened coconut flakes. These unsweetened coconut flakes are great, I always have them on hand. They’re sourced organically and are not all that expensive. Perfect taste and perfect for recipes that require some coconutty texture + flavor.
Did you know this existed? Or did you think you could never come near a potato in your life again? Well, think again. There are ways you can munch on some low-carb “french fries” while sticking to your kind&keto lifestyle. This recipe is made up of some delish celeriac fries, which are basically celery. Yes, you read right! Many are a bit skeptic about celery, but you’ll be surprised how tasty it is when combined with potatoes in this recipe. Try this low-carb alternative to french fries and snack away.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: Hero Ingredient: Paprika. This one’s finely ground and perfect to keep in your pantry. Also, the package comes in the perfect size. I love me some seasonings and getting the right taste, without feeling any chemicals or artificial filling is great.
What’s better than finishing off this list than with some delicious chocolate macadamia clusters? Nothing, to tell you the truth. Plus, they’re salty and sweet at the same time. So, if you’re craving a low-carb treat for your sweet tooth, you got it. If you’re ever wondering what to serve for dessert for your next dinner party, this is it! You’ll need only three ingredients to whip these up and keep them in your pantry.
Find the Recipe: Net Carbs: 2.8g Hero Ingredient: Sugar-free chocolate chips. If you’re like me, you got a sweet tooth. And for baking purposes, you always have to have these chocolate chips on hand. Especially since they’re sugar-free and taste oh so good. You’ll never go back to another brand after you get a taste of this one.
We all have cravings, sweet, savory or anything in between. We all miss what we used to eat, but let us tell you… It’s totally worth giving the keto vegan diet a shot. It’s the kindest, healthiest and most environmentally friendly way of eating. Besides, as you can see from our amazing vegan keto snack recipe list, you have so many alternatives, there’s no time for excuses. Choose your favorites from the list and let the healthy snacking begin!