Many health conscious people are currently turning to a low carb diet. It is easier to feel satiated when you eat protein and healthy fats, rather than carb that metabolize into sugar in the body. Carbs can lead to sugar crashes and the desire to eat again soon after your meal, whereas protein and fats allow you to feel full for longer, thus eating less overall. Here are some excellent and novel low carb snacks to consider when your 3pm food cravings strike.

1. Avocado and egg

Crack an egg into the hole left by removing the pit from the avocado. Bake it at 425 in your oven till the egg has the desired consistency.

avocado egg.

2. Almond butter and Magic Pop sandwich

Magic Pops are like rice cakes with even fewer carbs and calories. Try one with almond butter on top.

magic pop

3. Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus

Wrap asparagus in prosciutto.  Toss on grill for 5-10 minutes

prosciutto asp

4. Turkey and cheese rollups

Use whatever type of cheese you like.


5. Greek yogurt and sliced almonds

It’s as easy as it sounds. Fage full fat Greek yogurt is the best.


6. Prosciutto and Mozzarella roll

.You can buy these at your grocery store, or make your own with prosciutto wrapped around high quality mozzarella.


7. Kale chips

Tear kale into bite sized pieces,drizzle it with olive oil and salt, bake for 10-15 minutes at 350 or unless the edges turn brown.


8. Almond milk smoothie

Blend almond milk with blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries and crushed ice. Delicious!



9. Turkey Jerky

This is the best and healthiest that I’ve found! It has the least sodium and is from This is a quick and easy protein snack.

turkey jerky

10. Crustless Quiche

Spray a round pan with Pam or coconut oil spray. In a bowl, beat 12-15 eggs and any other ingredients you like, such as scallions, shredded cheese, bacon bits, sauteed onions, mushrooms, or other vegetables, and spices such as salt, pepper, paprika, and oregano. Bake till a toothpick inserted comes out clean, around 50 minutes. This takes longer to make than the others but you can eat it all week long.


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