Keto Snack Box

This Keto snack box can be prepped ahead for an easy grab and go snack or meal. Filled with protein and veggies, this meal can be easily customized.

2 containers with turkey, hard boiled eggs, cheese, tomatoes and cucumber.2 containers with turkey, hard boiled eggs, cheese, tomatoes and cucumber.

We have been trying to eat low carb meals now that summer is fast approaching. Having premade snacks ready to go in the refrigerator has been a life saver when it comes to wanting something to eat in a hurry. 

When you are eating low carb, I would recommend having pre-chopped veggies and cheese in your refrigerator at all times. We also like to make a big batch of hard boiled eggs to have during the week.

Having high quality food ready to be eaten is a key to success when trying to avoid high carbohydrate, processed food. 

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  • What is Keto Diet?
  • Ingredients needed
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  • Other options to add to snack boxes
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What is Keto Diet?

The ketogenic diet is high in fat and low in carb. It typically consists of 75% fat and 20% protein and 50 grams of carbohydrates or less per day. 

The goal is to reach a state of ketosis through fat metabolism. When your body is in a ketogenic state, it uses fat for energy. 

Ingredients needed

Sliced turkey – You can use your favorite meat like ham, roast beef , beef jerky or chicken for this meal. 

Cucumbers – I love cucumbers but you could also use green bell pepper, broccoli, or cauliflower. 

Hard boiled eggs – These are great to have in the refrigerator for a source of protein. 

Tomatoes – Even though they are actually a fruit, tomatoes are Keto friendly and are a great source of lycopene. 

Cheese – Pick your favorite cheese. I love cheddar or mozzarella. 

A white bowl with tomato, cheese, hard boiled egg, cucumber and turkeyA white bowl with tomato, cheese, hard boiled egg, cucumber and turkey

How to make

Dice up cheese, cucumbers and tomatoes. Add sliced turkey, hard boiled eggs, veggies and cheese to meal prep containers.

If you would like to add more healthy fat to these boxes, try adding half of an avocado or a fat bomb like this one. 

Other options to add to snack boxes

There are many different items you could add to this meal prep kit. Here are a few options that would work for low carb meals.

  • Cooked Bacon

  • Salami

  • Macadamia Nuts

  • Celery

  • Olives

  • Pumpkin Seeds

Meal prep container filled with turkey, hard boiled egg, cheese, tomato and cucumberMeal prep container filled with turkey, hard boiled egg, cheese, tomato and cucumber

Tips for Keto snacking

  • Take time to meal prep. I like doing mine on Sunday to get ready for the week but choose a day that you can clean, chop, and package quality food ready for you to eat.

  • Try sticking with healthy fats, lean protein, and non-starchy vegetables as much as possible. 

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Container with hard boiled eggs, turkey and vegetables.Container with hard boiled eggs, turkey and vegetables.

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Keto Snack Box

Keto Snack Box

Prep Time

10

mins

Total Time

10

mins

Servings:

2

Calories:

319

kcal

Author:

heather

Ingredients

  • 6

    pieces of sliced turkey breast

    2-3 pieces per container

  • 2

    hard boiled egg, cut in half

  • 1

    cup

    cherry tomato, cut in half

  • 1

    cup

    diced cucumber

  • 1

    cup

    cubed mild cheddar cheese

Instructions

  • Add 2-3 pieces of turkey, 1 hard boiled egg, 1/2 cup tomatoes, 1/2 cup cucumbers and 1/2 cup cheese to each meal prep container. 

  • Store in the refrigerator until ready to eat. 

Notes

If you need to add extra healthy fat try half of an avocado or a fat bomb.

Nutrition

Calories:

319

kcal

|

Carbohydrates:

4

g

|

Protein:

24

g

|

Fat:

23

g

|

Saturated Fat:

13

g

|

Cholesterol:

231

mg

|

Sodium:

701

mg

|

Potassium:

256

mg

|

Fiber:

1

g

|

Sugar:

2

g

|

Vitamin A:

852

IU

|

Vitamin C:

2

mg

|

Calcium:

441

mg

|

Iron:

2

mg

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This post has been updated 3/10/2020.