13 of the best Banting savoury snacks

Guilt-free snacking.

by: Jessica Schoeman
 
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If you're Banting, you will know that regular potato chips and savoury biscuits are on the no-go list as they're filled with carbs. You have to get creative with snacks...

It's easy to turn salty snacks into delicious low-carb treats. These moreish morsels are hard to say no to so take care if you're watching your waistline!

Top 13 Banting savoury snacks

1. Brussels sprout chips - With chilli and Parmesan.

2. Coconut and Parmesan crumbed mushrooms - Delicious low-carb, crunchy goodness.

3. Crunchy kale chips - Easy to make, these chips are light, super crunchy and salty and even more delicious topped with a dollop of hummus!

4. Sweet potato nachos - Swap the corn chips for some sweet potatoes.

5. Savoury spiced waffles - Chermoula is a North African spice mixture. These are not as crunchy as regular waffles due to the lack of flour but they are loaded with flavour,

6. Savoury biscuits - With a spicy ricotta dip. These are great for snacking, entertaining or adding to cheese and charcuterie platters.

7. LCHF onion rings - With a chili and sour cream dip. These little fried bites of yumminess are utterly divine.

8. Cucumber sandwiches - Banters don't need to miss out on the simple things in life, like sandwiches.

9. LCHF mozzarella sticks - Warm stringy cheese oozing out of a crispy casing.

10. Courgette blinis with cream cheese and smoked salmon - A sophisticated crowd-pleaser - and Banting to boot!

11. Mini soufflé frittatasA perfect snack, breakfast or picnic eat with bacon, tomatoes and mushrooms.

12. LCHF quiche muffins - A Banter's best friend!

13. LCHF cheese tacos - With spicy mince and sour cream. A bit tricky to make but they are worth the effort.

Which have you tried?


- Food24

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