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25 Keto-Approved Snacks For The 2020 Super Bowl

Published on: January 29, 2020

25 Keto-Approved Snacks For The 2020 Super Bowl

Everyone knows Super Bowl is all about the food. No, really! The American Institute of Food Distribution says so, with stats showing Super Bowl Sunday ranks only second behind Thanksgiving for the sheer volume of food consumed. 

And because food is so obviously important on Game Day, we’ve gathered 25 keto-friendly Super Bowl snacks, appetizers, and drinks to please your keto self and your carb-loving crowd. These are all recipes from our own collection.

Let’s start with recipes to serve as your keto Super Bowl snacks.


1. Keto Italian Roll-Ups

Mortadella and cream cheese pinwheels are bound to be a crowd-pleasing snack, and chances are you’ll have everyone asking for the recipe. They come together in a jiffy and disappear even sooner. This recipe yields 4 servings, so do increase ingredient amounts if you’re expecting a large crowd.

Get the full recipe here.


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2. Low Carb Cheese Crackers

The perfect Super Bowl plate will always feature crackers. These are made with cheese, almond flour, egg, and spices. Cheesy, crunchy, and with a touch of Italian seasoning, they’re perfect on their own. But feel free to serve with a matching low-carb dip.

Get the full recipe here.


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3. Bacon Wrapped Mini Sausages

Smokies are great on their own, but they become particularly addictive when wrapped in crispy bacon. These are perfect served with a low-carb hot sauce. Bring your own favorite spicy sauce or make our favorite spicy sauce dip described in the recipe.

Get the full recipe here.


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4. Hazel Pumpkin Pancakes

These hazelnut-flavored baby pancakes are great served as finger food or dessert. They’re made mainly with almond flour and just enough hazelnuts for extra flavor. They also include a secret ingredient — pumpkin puree! It’s there to complement the nutty flavors and for added moisture.

Get the full recipe here.


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5. Keto Chicken Nuggets

Everyone’s favorite Super Bowl finger food can be low-carb thanks to almond flour or ground almonds breading. These are as crispy and addictive as the original. They’re quite healthy too!

Get the full recipe here.


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6. Keto Cheese Bread

Fluffy, cheesy, and perfectly aromatic, this cheese bread is king of keto Super Bowl snacks. Serve it in place of wheat bread for deli platters or cut it up into squares for your favorite dips. You can also serve it alone as a snack.

Get the full recipe here.


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7. Keto Mashed Cauliflower

We’ve kicked classic cauli mash up a notch with garlic powder, sour cream, olive oil, and crispy bacon bits, among other delicious things. This low-carb mash can work as a great side dish to the wrapped mini sausages described earlier or any other meat-based snacks or mains.

Get the full recipe here.


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8. Salmon Patties

Patties made with salmon and served with an avocado and sour cream dip are not only delicious, but they’re good for you too! These can be made a day ahead to save you time and the stress.

Get the full recipe here.


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9. Steak Fajita Rolls

You can’t go wrong with rolls on Super Bowl Sunday. They’re essentially wrapped, bite-sized dinners. These are particularly satisfying since they’re made with protein-rich steak and fiber-rich bell peppers and onion.

Get the full recipe here.


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10. Sausage Cabbage Casserole

A casserole meal can be one of the most satisfying Super Bowl snacks out there. And as a bonus: casseroles are pretty simple to make, even for beginner cooks. Serve this one with the cheese crackers mentioned earlier or other low-carb crackers of your liking.

Get the full recipe here.


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11. Beef Tacos with Parmesan Shells

Lean steak, chili peppers, and cheesy taco shells. This recipe proves almost anything can be turned low-carb and taste just as good. Feel free to use this recipe as a base and experiment with different low-carb sauces and toppings.

Get the full recipe here.


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12. Avocado Tuna Salad

Go with this minimalist recipe if you want more heart-healthy fats on your Super Bowl menu. Omega-3-rich tuna and MUFA-rich avocado make a powerful pairing. Just make sure you prepare this one just before serving since avocados do brown quickly.

Get the full recipe here.


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For fans of liquid meals, here are some keto super bowl snacks served in glasses, cups, and jars. This list includes mostly shakes and smoothies and other options for teetotalers.

13. Very Berry Chocolate Protein Smoothie

This berry and chocolate smoothie goes well alongside our hazelnut pancakes or any other keto dessert. It’s made with frozen berries, a chocolate-flavored protein powder, and almond milk. Of course, feel free to experiment by using your favorite keto milk or berry combo.

Get the full recipe here.


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14. Chocolate Peanut Butter Apple Protein Shake

Don’t worry about it saying apple in the title. We’ve used apple extract in this recipe since apples are too high in carbs to be keto-friendly. We’ve also used peanut butter and chocolate-flavored protein powder to create one of the tastiest smoothies ever.

Get the full recipe here.


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15. Homemade Banana Chocolate Protein Shake

Banana and chocolate are a match made in heaven, and you don’t have to miss out on that just because you’re keto. Simply use banana extract and a bit of cocoa to enjoy these two flavors without the extra carbs.

Get the full recipe here.


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16. Fancy Hot Chocolate

This fancy drink is hot in more than one way. Ancho chili powder added to classic hot chocolate gives it just a touch of spiciness to make it interesting. Do serve it with the suggested keto marshmallows — you want the full experience.

Get the full recipe here.


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17. Lime Avocado Smoothie

Every ingredient in this smoothie is a superfood. So, if you’re looking for something that will keep low-carb and healthy eating guilt at bay while you’re cheering for your team, this is it. It’s also sweet and tasty, so don’t be shy about serving it to your guests.

Get the full recipe here.


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18. Blueberry Lemon Smoothie

This berry smoothie is fairly low in calories, which means you can serve it as a drink to go with your keto Super Bowl snacks. It’s made with carton coconut milk; however, go with canned coconut milk if you want to make it caloric and rich in ketogenic fats.

Get the full recipe here.


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19. Keto Chocolate Smoothie

Go for good old-fashioned chocolate smoothie when you’re not sure what to make. This recipe uses avocado and chia seeds to help create a thick, creamy texture. It also uses almond butter and chocolate-flavored protein powder to make it nutritious.

Get the full recipe here.


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20. Keto Strawberry Smoothie

Strawberry and vanilla flavors combined in an almond milk base. Top it with dollops of whipped cream and you’ll get the perfect dessert-like drink.

Get the full recipe here.


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21. Thai Iced Tea

You need only a handful of simple ingredients to make this decadent tea. The classic version calls for milk, but we’ve used heavy cream to make it truly keto.

Get the full recipe here.


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And now for you booze lovers out there, here are a couple of bar-worthy cocktails that are actually keto.

22. Low Carb Daiquiri

Daiquiri is normally high in carbs, but not this one! This version has only 2.6g of net carbs in a unit. It’s still high in alcohol, though. Do drink and enjoy this classic responsibly.

Get the full recipe here.


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23. Keto Caribbean Rum Punch

Dark and white rum combined with loads of Caribbean flavors. Serve this one in a punch bowl or as a cocktail. It works either way since it is fairly strong and contains only a small amount of fruit juice compared to classic punch.

Get the full recipe here.


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24. Raspberry Lime Rickey

Raspberry Lime Rickey is a popular summer cocktail, but we see no reason why it couldn't make a great Super Bowl addition. It’s refreshing and it’s subtly sweet thanks to the raspberry syrup.

Get the full recipe here.


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25. Kamikaze Shots

Vodka lovers will appreciate this simple and refreshing cocktail. While the lime juice and ice help dilute the vodka, you’ll still need to pace yourself. This one is strong, but it’s worth it.

Hopefully, some of our featured recipes will help you create your ideal Super Bowl menu. We’ve included keto Super Bowl snacks, nutritious drinks, and alcoholic beverages so you can get everything you need for a memorable party.

Get the full recipe here.


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