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As I promised here is part 2 to the keto grocery shopping ideas for beginners the sweet & savory edition. Honestly, you don’t have to be keto to enjoy these delicious snacks. I enjoy them because some of them help with my sweet tooth and others help me cut extra calories (mainly from junk.) If you missed the first part don’t worry, you can click here to catch up on all the sweet and savory items in part 1.
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Bertolli Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Dress your salads with Bertolli’s organic extra virgin olive oil for a boost of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, biologically active antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory compounds.
Love Good Fats, Rich Chocolatey Almond Bar
This bar boasts a base of rich chocolate and is studded with crunchy pieces of fat-filled almonds for a total fat content of 14 grams, which will definitely help keep you in ketosis. It’s also gluten-, soy-, and sugar-free, proving to be a great fit for many diets.
Lily’s Sweets Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds
These irresistibly satisfying chocolate-covered almonds have a nutrition panel you can feel good about. An impressive 13 grams of healthy fats, 5 grams of fiber, and almost zero sugar is a nutritional profile that’s hard to come by on dessert. You can chalk it up to the stevia and erythritol that’s used to sweeten up the snack.
Safe Catch Wild Pink Salmon
Safe Catch tests all their sustainably-caught salmon to make sure it contains the lowest mercury levels of any brand, so you can feel good about digging in. Safe Catch also uses an artisan cooking process, which allows the fish to retain its heart-healthy omega-3s and flavor, rather than marinating the protein in inflammatory oils or tainting it with fillers and preservatives.
Nutiva Organic Unflavored MCT Oil
Extracted from organic coconuts, this MCT oil is packed with medium-chain triglycerides, including 7.3 grams of caprylic acid, 5 grams of capric acid, and 0.7 grams of lauric acid—which work together to boost brain power, fight inflammation, stabilize blood sugar, and help your body produce ketones.
Horizon Organic Mozzarella String Cheese
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For an office snack that will keep crabby cravings at bay on the go, toss these organic mozzarella sticks in your company fridge. Besides packing in 6 grams of satiating fats, one stick contains 20 percent of your daily value of bone-strengthening calcium and 7 grams of muscle-maintaining protein.
Blue Diamond Crafted Gourmet Almonds, Garlic, Herb & Olive Oil
Swap your go-to snack with these savory almonds that are coated with extra virgin olive oil and seasoned with aromatic herbs such as rosemary and garlic. With a solid amount of heart-disease-preventing monounsaturated fats and just two net carbs per serving, feel free to munch guilt-free.
Perfect Keto Matcha MCT Oil Powder
Two superstar fat burners—MCT oil and matcha—combine in this keto-approved powder that’s bound to shoo away hunger and maintain your level of ketosis. For a delicious yet clean source of energy, mix one scoop of matcha-infused MCT oil powder with a glass of ice-cold water and sip before breakfast or in between meals.
Sir Kensington’s Organic Mayonnaise
Although it’s not ideal to consume bread on the keto diet, there are plenty of other foods you can deliciously pair mayo with—especially when the spread tastes as heavenly as Sir Kensington’s. Slather the creamy spread on grilled burgers, mix into a carb-free tuna salad.
Fried, boiled, baked, or poached, eggs in any form will become your best friend when you’re going keto. The affordable and versatile protein is a great source of ketone-spiking fats, as well as essential fat-blasting nutrients such as choline and skin-clearing collagen.
Oloves, Lemon Rosemary
Toss these marinated olives on top of salads, mix into a tuna salad, blend into pesto, or snack on them on their own to increase your daily fat intake. This fatty fruit (yes, olives are a fruit!) is loaded with vitamin E—a vital antioxidant that’s essential for skin health—as well as oleic acid, a monounsaturated fat that’s been shown to nix inflammation in the bud.
Keto Carne Spicy Beef Jerky
Most beef jerky is coated with sugars and syrups to increase the meat’s flavor factor. Keto Carne does without the carb-laden sweet stuff and simply uses fatty cuts of meat, spices, and water—and leaves out the harmful nitrates and preservatives.
Green Giant Zucchini Veggie Spirals
Instead of putting in some arm grease and churning your own zoodles at home, opt for picking up a pack of Green Giant’s frozen zucchini spirals. They’re made with just one wholesome ingredient—zucchini—and farewell sautéed, steamed, or baked.
You can find avocados at your local grocery store or health food store
Whether you’re whipping the fruit into a quick guac or noshing on it plain, avocados are a wonderful source of unsaturated, plant-based fats that can help add texture to your meals and major flavor.
MaraNatha Organic Raw Almond Butter
Slather this one-ingredient almond butter on celery sticks or spoon it into your mouth on its own for a dreamy snack that’s bound to satiate. Choose this spread to reap raw almonds’ antioxidant benefits, as the raw nuts contain more skin-loving vitamin E than their roasted counterparts.
4th and Heart Original Ghee Butter
Ghee (or clarified butter) is the paleo-friendly, lactose-free alternative that’s made by heating butter and skimming off the milk solids that rise to the top. Ghee’s main benefit over traditional butter is its higher concentration of butyric acid, a short-chain saturated fat that’s been shown to aid weight loss, relieve gastrointestinal distress, and combat insulin resistance and inflammation.
House Foods Tofu Shirataki, Spaghetti