Try these amazingly delicious high fat keto snacks to help you stay satiated and energized on the ketogenic diet.

If you’re new to the keto diet, you might not be getting enough fat. Recall that the keto diet isn’t just about reducing carbohydrate intake to 50 grams or less per day, but it also entails getting most of your daily calories from fat – approximately 55%-60% 1.

However, a lot of keto dieters find themselves simply restricting carbs. Doing this can, unfortunately, cause them to eat more protein than necessary, which kicks them out of ketosis. If not, they may experience hunger throughout the day. Fat is a satiating macronutrient and consuming fats leads to a lower calorie intake 2.

Fortunately, there’s a simple (and satisfying) way to avoid getting hungry or kicked out of ketosis. That’s through snacking.

In this post, we’ve listed our very own high fat snack recipes that you can prep from the comfort of your home. This way, you have full control over the ingredients which ensures that you stay within your macros. Check them out!

1. Keto Chocolate Pots

Chocolate-Pots

Are you a chocoholic? If so, then you’ll love our chocolate pots that incorporate our chocolate peanut butter keto bars. Chocolate pots are one of our best high fat keto recipes. Just one serving already provides as much as 40.4 grams of fat. We suggest making large batches of this recipe so you can share it with the whole family. They’ll probably want to go keto after tasting it!

Nutrition per serving: Calories 412, Fat 40.4g, Net carbs 4.9, Protein 7.5g

Get the recipe here.


2. Keto Brownies

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If you don’t know what to do with leftover dark chocolate, try this keto version of traditional brownies. Chop dark chocolate and combine it with baking ingredients like butter, eggs, almond flour, and cocoa powder. Keto brownies are yummy high fat snacks that are sure to please anyone with a sweet tooth.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 145, Fat 13.7g, Net carbs 5g, Protein 2.7g

Get the recipe here.


3. Chocolate Pumpkin Seed Bark

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Craving sweet keto high fat snacks that feature pumpkin seeds? Then give this 10-minute recipe a go. Pumpkin seeds are a good source of magnesium and zinc, including monounsaturated fats and omega-6 fats. Stir it in melted dark chocolate and add some sea salt to give your seed bark a surprising kick.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 139, Fat 13.5g, Net carbs 5.5g, Protein 2.3g

Get the recipe here.


4. Pecan Pie Fat Bombs

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One of the easiest fatty keto snacks you can make, these fat bombs are not your usual chocolatey treats. Rather, they feature pecans that pack fiber and monounsaturated fatty acids which are healthy fats. All you need is a prep time of at least 10 minutes and 9 ingredients.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 149, Fat 13.8g, Net carbs 1.2g, Protein 3.3g

Get the recipe here.


5. Keto Lemon Cake

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Skip traditional lemon cake bars made of all-purpose flour and white sugar! But who says you can’t enjoy them when you can make these high fat snacks for keto? For this recipe, we’re going to use healthier ingredients like coconut flour, erythritol, and Kiss My Keto’s shortbread cookie mix with MCTs.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 227, Fat 22.9g, Net carbs 2g, Protein 4g

Get the recipe here.


6. Keto Cream Cheese Pancake

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These cream cheese pancakes are not only great for breakfast. You can also indulge in them as an afternoon snack to get energized healthily. Instead of just making them using eggs and cream cheese, we’re adding our snickerdoodle baking mix for extra goodness. We recommend using mascarpone or Italian cream cheese for its higher fat content and creamier taste.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 100, Fat 8.8g, Net carbs 1.1g, Protein 4.2g

Get the recipe here.


7. Keto Brownie Cake Pops

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Wouldn’t it be fun to spend time outdoors with your family while snacking on these sweet keto fat snacks? You can also eat a serving or two before your workout since these cake pops contain 8 grams of net carbs and 10.1 grams of protein (thanks to its bovine collagen content).

Nutrition per serving: Calories 367, Fat 31.5g, Net carbs 8g, Protein 10.1g

Get the recipe here.


8. Keto Fruit & Granola Parfait

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Granola is fine for keto dieters as long as they make the right choice. As a rule, steer clear of granola with ingredients like oats, honey, and puffed rice. If you’re looking for keto-friendly granola, grab our strawberry and vanilla granola pack. And try this snack idea: Combine it with Greek yogurt, mixed berries, and vanilla extract for a healthy parfait!

Nutrition per serving: Calories 129, Fat 5.1g, Net carbs 7.5g, Protein 11.5g

Get the recipe here.


9. Keto Granola Bark

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Wondering how to make good use of leftover granola and dark chocolate? Don’t throw them away. Combine these ingredients to create this unique low-carb granola bark. Each serving provides 15.6 grams of fat that includes medium-chain triglycerides. This granola bark may be a sweet treat, but it uses sweeteners that don’t impact your blood sugar levels.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 141, Fat 15.6g, Net carbs 0.4g, Protein 0.9g

Get the recipe here.


10. Chocolate Almond Wafers

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These super low-carb wafers will make you forget traditional wafers. How can something as sweet and as healthy as these be so delicious? The secret ingredient would be our roasted almonds dark chocolate. If you love baking, you probably already have the rest of the needed ingredients in your pantry like butter and almond flour.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 96, Fat 9.9g, Net carbs 0.8g, Protein 1.4g

Get the recipe here.


11. Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Candies

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These high fat snacks for keto use hazelnuts which are rich in monounsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants, according to research 3. If you’ve found yourself bored with snacking on plain roasted hazelnuts, try making these keto candies. These are perfect make-ahead candies to curb your cravings without falling off the keto wagon.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 78, Fat 7.5g, Net carbs 1.1g, Protein 1.4g

Get the recipe here.


12. Danish Butter Cookies

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Got 30 minutes to make a low-calorie and low-carb snack that’s so satisfying? Well, these Danish butter cookies are sure to meet your need for dietary fat healthily. If you follow the exact steps suggested in this recipe, you’ll achieve cookies that look and taste as great as the traditional version!

Nutrition per serving: Calories 68, Fat 6.8g, Net carbs 0.5g, Protein 1.1g

Get the recipe here.


13. Cookie Dough Fat Bombs

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Let’s be honest: As ketoers living busy lives, we may not have enough time to bake keto snacks high in fat! And this is exactly why you’ll love these 10-minute fat bombs that also use our very own keto white bar (Birthday Cake flavor). Get a bowl and spatula, and start making these no-bake fat bombs now!

Nutrition per serving: Calories 112, Fat 11g, Net carbs 0.9g, Protein 2.2g

Get the recipe here.


14. Keto Coconut Mint Pudding

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Get your microwave ready because you’ll need it for this homemade pudding. It’s tastier and healthier than regular store-bought budding. This snack calls for our coconut chocolate as the main ingredient. But if you don’t have it, unsweetened cocoa powder can be a good alternative. You’ll need at least 20 minutes for this recipe.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 359, Fat 36.7g, Net carbs 5g, Protein 4.9g

Get the recipe here.


15. Cake Batter Ice Cream

This recipe makes for an easy and tasty snack. We’re sure that your kids will love it too! You can also serve it as a healthy after-dinner dessert. Here are the ingredients needed to put together this keto ice cream: Coconut milk, erythritol, egg yolks, vanilla extract, heavy cream, and our keto collagen Birthday Cake powder.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 223, Fat 17.9g, Net carbs 3.3g, Protein 12.8g

Get the recipe here.


16. Strawberry Birthday Cake Cream Cheese Pie

Strawberry Birthday Cake Cream Cheese Pie

Today may not be your birthday, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have this birthday cake pie. Made with low-carb Nui cookies, cream cheese, strawberries, and our protein powder, each serving provides 36.8 grams of fat. Feel free to top this pie with blueberries for more color!

Nutrition per serving: Calories 388, Fat 36.8g, Net carbs 4.1g, Protein 10.7g

Get the recipe here.


17. Gingerbread Fat Bombs

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Missing gingerbread cookies on keto? Don’t worry – you can still enjoy their taste with these fat bombs. Whether you need a quick afternoon snack or an energizing treat before your workout, a serving or two of these fat bombs will be perfect. Here’s a tip: Using a food processor or high-powered blender shortens your prep time and ensures an even mixture.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 170, Fat 17.4g, Net carbs 1.1g, Protein 2.6g

Get the recipe here.


18. Keto Coffee Cake

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This coffee cake features a maple donut-flavored glaze you won’t forget. If you’re making this snack for the first time, we recommend doing it on the weekend since it requires up to 1 hour of total prep + cooking time. Enjoy a slice with a cup of black coffee.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 118, Fat 11.6g, Net carbs 0.9g, Protein 2.3g

Get the recipe here.


19. Keto Granola Cookies

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Fix your oatmeal cookie cravings with this keto-friendly version. While it tastes as delicious as oatmeal cookies, it uses our Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chips granola. Chewy and crunchy, you can get these cookies ready in less than 30 minutes. If you don’t have almond flour, coconut flour will be a good substitute, although you’ll need to adjust the recipe since coconut flour is particularly absorbent.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 170, Fat 17.3g, Net carbs 1.3g, Protein 1.9g

Get the recipe here.


20. Chocolate Pie with Berry Filling

Keto Chocolate Pie with Berry Filling

We may have made this pie for the 4th of July but that doesn’t mean you can’t bake it on an ordinary day. It’s filled with keto-friendly mixed berries like strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries that are loaded with antioxidants. Their taste pairs really well with the creaminess and richness of dark chocolate.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 241, Fat 22.9g, Net carbs 3.6g, Protein 3.6g

Get the recipe here.

Summary

Turn to these fatty snacks for keto to stay keto-adapted and energized so that you can meet your goals. These will also curb your munchies especially if your next meal is still hours away.

Need something else that’s not on the list above? See these additional keto snacking resources:

Finally, don’t miss out on Kiss My Keto’s delicious quality snacks that make your keto lifestyle as convenient as possible!

REFERENCES:

  1. Masood W, Annamaraju P, Uppaluri KR. Ketogenic Diet. 2020 January - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK499830/

  2. Phinney S, Virta Team. Is fat the most satiating macronutrient? https://www.virtahealth.com/faq/fat-most-satiating-macronutrient

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