These are some simple ideas for a low carb snacks tray. Think of cold meats, a selection of cheeses, fresh sliced vegetables and some pate. Leave a comment telling us what you would serve.
Low Carb Snacks Tray
Many ask what to take for a low carb snacks tray when having friends over or visiting friends. This is just an example of nibbles/snacks I often make.
If you are asked to bring a starter for a shared meal, it is easy and still low carb high fat. No one will notice the crackers are missing, or if you do feel you have to take some crackers, buy the extra thin rice wafers so at least it is still wheat free but still low in carbs for others to enjoy.
Another substitute for crackers or bread, is a simple slice of cucumber, then load it up with pate or cheese. Load up your tray with a variety of meats, cheeses, olives, pate etc.
What I love about eating LCHF, is that you get rid of the processed crackers, breads etc and only eat the nutritious toppings. How often have you sat in front of a bowl of crackers, chips or bread basket, and before you know it, it has disappeared? And what have you eaten? Stodgy carbs with no nutritional value which will make you feel bloated, uncomfortable, and guilty. Eating low carb snacks, gives you
And what have you eaten? Stodgy carbs with no nutritional value which will make you feel bloated, uncomfortable, and guilty.
Eating low carb snacks, gives you protein, good fats, nutrients, and a real sense of satiety. You’ll find it hard to overindulge in these, but even if you do, at least you’ve added nutrition not taken it away.
Take a look at my 10 Top Low Carb Snacks. Add a comment there for your favourite low carb snack. Let’s share our ideas.