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I travel quite a bit and don’t want to blow my diet with unhealthy snacks. That’s why when I travel, I bring my own snacks. It’s helps with craving and temptations. If you’re traveling and following the ketogenic diet check out these travel snacks to take with you.

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Keto Travel Snacks

Celery – cut your celery the night before your trip and store in a baggie in the fridge. You could also take a small pouch of natural peanut butter with you to spread on.

Nuts – choose from a variety of nuts such as almonds, cashews, peanuts, and pecans. Or you could even buy the trail mix and pick out the nuts only.

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String cheese – if you can find cheese that does not need to be refrigerated, that is a good one to take. Or if you have room for a small cooler on your carry on you can store some string cheese in it. I like to use the soft coolers that have a strap you can carry, as they slide easily under the seat.

Cheese crisps – they come in a variety of flavors and are a nice to carry around in a resealable pouch. They are a bit crunchy so you may not want to annoy the people sitting next to you.

Pickles – you can now find pickles in already made pouches making it easy to travel with. Or you can throw a few in a baggie to take with you.

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Jack Link’s® Original Zero Sugar – I’m so happy they finally made a zero sugar beef jerky. It’s one of my favorite snacks and tastes just as good as the regular @JackLinksJerky! This beef jerky is packed with protein at 14g per serving, made with 100% beef, gluten-free, tastes great, and is keto friendly. You can find it in the jerky (or snack) aisle at @Walmart.

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Do you have anymore keto travel snacks to add to the list? Let me know in the comments.

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