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Keto Travel Snacks

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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.

Keto Travel Snacks

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.

keto snacks

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.

keto snacks for traveling

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.


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

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