Conquer any sudden hunger with these tasty low-carb vegan snacks! From quick celery bites to pre-made almond flour cookies, chocolate pudding or salted caramel balls, these easy and healthy recipes are great for the whole family.
Is it possible to follow a low-carb vegan diet without missing out on too much? While low carb diets are usually known to rely heavily on animal products, we want to offer anyone interested in this way of eating some plant-based alternatives.
These healthy vegan Bounty balls are super easy to make with just 4 ingredients! Bursting with delicious coconut flavor, our homemade recipe tastes almost like the “original” but is made with real food instead. Feel free to swap the tiny amount of rice syrup for stevia to make this snack even lower in carbs!
Gluten-free, crispy and buttery, these 3-ingredient almond flour cookies are such delicious low-carb vegan snacks! Enjoy them as they are, alongside some tea, coffee or almond milk, dip them into chocolate or use them as a pie crust.
Perfect for an afternoon treat, this edible brownie batter is everything you love about brownies in one large glass! If your love for chocolate runs deep but you want to stick to low-carb vegan snacks, try this almond flour-based treat and swap maple syrup for stevia to reduce the sugar even further.
Let’s move on to some savory low-carb vegan snacks that go beyond cucumbers and plain celery. This vegan herb cheese ball is made with mostly almonds and requires only 10 minutes of prep time! Let it firm up in the fridge for 4 hours, then enjoy it over the next 5 days alongside some carrots or low-carb crackers as a quick and delicious snack.
Speaking of low-carb homemade crackers, this easy recipe is made with almond pulp which is basically the leftovers from making homemade almond milk! Repurpose it by adding some olive oil, herbs and spices and bake in the oven for 30 minutes. Enjoy your almond crackers alongside savory or sweet dips over the next couple of days!
This delicious chocolate fudge treat requires only 5 ingredients and less than 10 minutes to make! They are a great low-carb vegan snack, dessert or afternoon pick-me-up that’s totally family-approved.
This quick and easy chocolate avocado pudding is full of healthy fats and protein! Made with creamy coconut milk, vegan chocolate protein powder, some extra cocoa powder and stevia for sweetening, it comes together in only 10 minutes.
Make your own roasted nuts at home for an easy low-carb vegan snack! This recipe calls for an air fryer to create spicy peanuts where you can use any of your favorite oil for roasting. Spice them up to your liking or add other nuts of your choice!
This creamy loaded chia pudding works wonderfully for pre-made snacks or quick low-carb breakfasts! It’s super satisfying, easy to make and keeps in the fridge for around 5-7 days. Top with berries, almond butter or chocolate sauce!
If you enjoy starchy foods, try these sweet potato bites which have only 2g net carbs per 50 calorie-serving! Baked sweet potato slices are topped with mashed avocados and a tomato garlic mixture. Great as appetizers, too!
Here’s how to make kale chips in 6 different ways! All of them are low carb-friendly and unbelievably easy to make. From salt and vinegar to cajun, ranch or everything bagel, find your favorite flavor and bake some kale chips!
These delicious coconut flour shortbread cookies require only 3 ingredients to make and are really crumbly! Perfect with an afternoon coffee, they can be dipped in melted dark chocolate or made with a lower-carb sweetener if wanted.
Made with delicious pantry staples, this scrumptious vanilla mug cake bakes up in the microwave in just one minute! It has an almond flour-based grain-free batter that also features applesauce, cashew butter, cinnamon, vanilla and almond milk. The easy recipe makes for one large or two smaller servings!
Energy balls are the perfect low-carb vegan snack that you can make in advance with lots of different flavors! This recipe for 4-ingredient salted caramel no-bake balls is ready in just 5 minutes and tastes fantastic. It’s based on sunflower seed butter but you can use any nut or seed butter of your choice.
Adding more savory snack options to this list, let’s continue with some creamy cauliflower hummus that comes together super quickly. Made with tahini, lemon juice, garlic, cumin and coriander, it has all the rich hummus flavors with only a fraction of the carbs! If you want to bump up the protein content, add a small amount of chickpeas or silken tofu.
These sugar-free raw vegan brownies are ready in 30 minutes and one piece contains only 2.3 net carbs! They are made without an oven using ingredients like roasted almonds, desiccated coconut, coconut flour, cocoa powder and sugar-free syrup. We love the texture of no-bake treats like these!
Let’s bake some delicious low-carb vegan muffins for an easy snack or breakfast! They taste delicious with a cup of tea, are keto-friendly and so good to make during strawberry season. One 180 calorie muffin offers under 3 grams of net carbs!
Filled with creamy goodness through every bite, these cute celery snacks are healthy, delicious and totally kid-approved! Try either the savory cream cheese filling or the sweet version made with peanut butter and sugar-free chocolate chips.
An easy way to reduce carbs on a vegan diet is to swap pasta for zucchini noodles and tortilla wraps for collard or lettuce wraps! This recipe adds some fresh veggies, refried beans and avocado to the low-calorie romaine lettuce leaves which makes for either a great savory snack or even a light dinner idea.
With only 4 grams of net carbs per bar, these vegan keto granola bars are the perfect low-carb breakfast, lunch or high-protein snack. This recipe calls for healthy ingredients like nuts, chia seeds, coconuts and sugar-free chocolate chips which makes for a delicious combo.
Full of coconut, hemp hearts, pumpkin seeds and chia seeds, these little coconut clusters are a great nutritional snack on the go and perfect for meal prep! They are nut-free, crunchy, sweet and have only 1 gram of net carbs per serving.
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Conquer any sudden hunger with these tasty low-carb vegan snacks! From quick celery bites to pre-made almond flour cookies, chocolate pudding or salted caramel balls, these easy and healthy recipes are great for the whole family. The following quick and easy low-carb chocolate smoothie made with coconut, avocado and soy milk is super creamy and delicious!
1 cup soy milk (240 ml)
2 tbsp coconut milk, canned
½ ripe avocado, flesh only
1 scoop vegan chocolate protein powder (sugar-free)
½ cup water (120 ml)
½ tsp vanilla extract
Stevia drops, to taste
Add all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. You might need to stop and scrape down the sides for everything to combine.
If the smoothie doesn’t come together after 30-45 seconds, add more liquid.
For a nice and cold smoothie, you can add some ice cubes if you have a high-performance blender!
Adjust texture and sweetness to your preferences, then pour your low-carb vegan smoothie into a glass and enjoy!
You can top your creamy smoothie with dark chocolate chips, desiccated coconut or crushed nuts if you like!
Instead of canned coconut cream, you can add 2 tbsp of any nut butter to this smoothie.
If you don’t like soy milk, use almond or coconut milk.
Feel free to swap stevia drops for another sugar-free sweetener.
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Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.