Walmart Grab and Go Low Carb Keto Items Forgot your lunch? Need a snack? Here is a list so you can grab and go!

Walmart Grab and Go Low Carb Keto Items; Forgot your lunch? Need a snack? Here is a list so you can grab and go!

These Walmart Grab and Go Low Carb Keto Items ideas will help when we are in a rush. The goal is to give you ideas so you can go in quickly, grab what you need and be on your way.

Let’s face it; even with the best of intentions and careful planning, sometimes we run out of time in the morning to pack our lunch or just forget to grab it on the way out the door.

Sometimes we are kept away from home longer than we planned and need to grab something.

Here is my disclaimer about this list; it is always best to eat real food.

It is best to prepare food ahead of time and have it ready.

For the times that is just not possible, this list will be a help.

There ARE ingredients in some of these items that we should not eat too often.

I went solely by carb counts when finding these.

Many of these are great; the canned meat, precut vegetables, hard boiled eggs, cheese, nuts, pickles, and olives are real food and ready to grab and eat.

I included the nutrition labels so you can see ahead of time whether it is something you want or not.

Most packaged foods will have ingredients that some may feel are fine and others won’t.

Every item here is not strict Keto. This is a low carb AND Keto post. Again-why the labels are included.
 

I have saved you from standing in the store to read every label. You are welcome. 🙂

Who has time for that, anyway?

These are items I found in my Walmart. Not every Walmart will have exactly the same things but it will be a good start of what to look for, anyway.

I chose Walmart because most have a Walmart nearby. If you don’t, your store may very well have at least some of these items.

Once again, you will have a good idea of where to start. I hope this is helpful!

Many of these would also be great to keep in your desk drawer or purse for when you need them!

Other things to check out:

New Post! 150+ Clean Keto Walmart Shopping List

Best 60 Low Carb & Keto Walmart Items No Basics–just the best! 

Low Carb Keto Trader Joe’s Items  (Clean Keto has its own section and list!)

Come check out the sister posts to this one; Dollar Tree Low Carb & Keto Items 

and The Biggest Best Low Carb Keto Shopping List for Aldi

and Beginner Keto & Low Carb Shopping List with Tips

There is also an Amazon version; Low Carb & Keto Products to Buy on Amazon

Are you following me on Pinterest? I have been working very hard making new boards I think you will love and am adding dozens of new pins daily from all of the popular low carb and Keto websites! Check them out HERE

You can also follow me on my Facebook page, Low Carb & Keto Recipes & Helpful Tips! I am adding almost daily pictures, links and much more than I would on the blog. You can hop on over there HERE.

For a free printable Walmart Grab and Go Low Carb Keto Items shopping list, click HERE.

 

Deli Area Meats and Cheeses: usually found in the packaged lunchmeat, hot dogs and bacon section

Panino Pepperoni Wrapped Mozzarella Cheese; 2 carbs per serving

Panino Hard Salami Wrapped Mozzarella Cheese; 2 carbs per serving

Panino Prosciutto Wrapped Mozzarella Cheese; 2 carbs per serving

Panino Variety Pack; 2 carbs per serving

The Laughing Cow Cheeses; Swiss, Swiss Garlic and Herb, Spicy Pepper Jack; 1 carb per serving

Babybel Cheese; White Cheddar, Original, Mozzarella; 0 carbs per serving

Land O Lakes Mild Cheddar and Colby Jack Cheese; 0 carbs per serving

Sargento String Cheese; 0 carbs per serving

Sargento Sharp Cheddar Cheese Sticks; 0 carbs per serving

Cheese Heads String Cheese; <1 carb per serving

Private Stock Sharp Pimiento Cheese; 1 carb per serving (would be very good with celery sticks or pork rinds)

Pawleys Island Palmetto Cheese; 0 carbs per serving (would be very good with celery sticks or pork rinds)

Philadelphia Original Cream Cheese; 2 carbs per serving

Rotisserie Chicken

Deli Snackers Rotisserie Seasoned Chicken Breast; 1 carb per serving

Deli Snackers Black Forest Ham; 1 carb per serving

Hormel Pepperoni Snack Stix; 0 carbs per serving

Hormel Pepperoni 2 pouches; 0 carbs per serving

Cheese Heads Colby Jack & Turkey Sticks; 0 carbs per serving for cheese and 1 carb per serving for turkey

 

Jerky; usually in the aisle near nuts. Jerky is a tricky one. The first choice has the best ingredients and carb count. The others are not the best choices but many eat them. The serving size on the first is 25 grams 1 stick), just a bit less than 32 grams (4 sticks) on the other two.

Beef Sausage Snack Sticks; <1 carb per serving

     

Slim Jim Original Smoked Snack Sticks; <5 carbs per servings

Great Value Snack Sticks; 4 carbs per serving

 

Chomps Grass Fed Beef or Free Range Turkey; 0 carbs per serving (1 for the Jalapeno) These are found in the gluten free section.

 

Nuts and Seeds; the bigger, cheaper by the ounce bags are usually with baking and the others would be in the nuts/snacks aisle.

Diamond Shelled Walnuts; 2 net carbs per serving

Fisher Pecan Halves; 1 net carb per serving

Fisher Whole Natural Almonds; 2 net carbs per serving

Emerald 100 Calorie Packs of Natural Almonds; 2 net carbs per serving

Emerald 100 Calorie Packs of Dry Roasted Almonds; 2 net carbs per serving

Mauna Loa Dry Roasted Macadamias; 2 net carbs per serving

Dakota Style Sunflower Kernels; 2 net carbs per serving

 

 

Vegetables; usually right as you walk in the door

Wholly Guacamole minis; Classic or Spicy; 2 net carbs per serving

Precut Market side Cauliflower or Broccoli Florets

Premade salads; Not all are low carb/Keto! The Ranch Cobb Salad is a good choice; 2 net carbs per serving (Note that there are 4.5 servings in the container!)

  

Ready to eat Celery Sticks; 0 net carbs per serving

 

 

Drinks

Mio Electrolytes to add to a water bottle; 0 carbs per serving

Propel packets; 0 carbs per serving

Powerade Zero; <1 carb per serving

LaCroix Sparkling Water; 0 carbs per serving

Sparkling Ice or Walmart Brand Clear Ice; <1 carb per serving

 

 

Cans and packets of meat; in the canned meat aisle. Do note that some flavors will have more carbs than others. Also, if you buy a can, make sure it has a flip top opening if you don’t have a can opener in your car or desk drawer. Grab a pack of plastic forks too! These are great with a little mayo, put on a salad or eaten right out of the packet or can.

Packets

Starkist Tuna Creations; Bacon Ranch; 2 carbs per serving

Starkist Tuna Creations; Hot Buffalo Style; 0 carbs per serving

Starkist Tuna Creations; Ranch; <1 carb per serving

Starkist Tuna Creations; Lemon Pepper; .5 carbs per serving

Starkist Tuna Creations; Herb & Garlic; 1 net carb per serving

Starkist Tuna Creations; Hickory Smoked; 0 carbs per serving

Starkist Ready to Eat Tuna Salad; 2 net carbs per serving

Starkist Pink Salmon; .5 carbs per serving

Bumble Bee Premium Albacore in Water; 0 carbs per serving

Cans

Starkist Solid White Albacore Tuna; 0 carbs per serving

Starkist Chunk Light Tuna; 0 carbs per serving

Chicken of the Sea Pink Salmon; 0 carbs per serving

Bumble Bee or Great Value White Crab Meat; 0 carbs per serving

Bumble Bee or Great Value Shrimp; 0 carbs per serving

Season Brand Sardines in Olive Oil or Water; 0 carbs per serving

Bumble Bee Smoked Salmon Fillets in Oil; 0 carbs per serving

 

Cole’s Trout Smoked Rainbow Trout in Olive Oil; 0 carbs per serving

Pampa Giant Calamari; 0 carbs per serving

Great Value Fully Cooked Roast Beef; 0 carbs per serving

Butterfield Farms Diced Ham; 1 carb per serving

Great Value Chunk Chicken Breast; 0 carbs per serving

Any of these plain meats are great!

 

 

Protein Bars and Shakes; usually in the pharmacy area

Muscle Milk Shakes; 3 net carbs per serving

Premier Protein Shakes; 3 net carbs per serving

Quest Bars; Carbs may vary by flavor; most are about 5 net carbs Find the nutrition for each bar HERE by clicking on each picture.

Atkins Shakes and Bars; they vary by product too. Find each HERE if you would like to know before you go.

 

 

Other

Kramer Farms Pro Go Protein Pack 1 Carb per pack (Many of these have a high carb item included but this pack doesn’t!)

Hard Boiled Eggs, some are near the packaged deli meats and some are near the eggs; <1 carb each

Whisps, usually near the deli department; 1 carb per serving

Snack Pack Juicy Gels, on the shelf near packaged puddings; <1 carb per serving

Oh Snap! Dilly Bites, near packaged deli meats; 0 carbs per serving

Pork Rinds, in chip aisle; usually 0 carbs per serving but some flavors have carbs.

Natural Oloves Pitted Green Olives, on the bottom shelf with pickles and olives; <1 carb per serving

Pearls Olives to Go, on the bottom shelf with pickles and olives; 1 carb for black olives, 0 carbs for green olives

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177 thoughts on “Walmart Grab and Go Low Carb Keto Items Forgot your lunch? Need a snack? Here is a list so you can grab and go!

    1. You are correct that added sugar is not stict Keto friendly. Because so many do lazy keto, dirty keto, etc or low carb, I did include them. Many people simply count carbs. That is why I also included the nutrition labels so it would be easy to see ahead of time what fits for each person.

  1. I like that you showed all the options here whether or not it’s “keto friendly”. Some people appreciate it.

  2. Thank you for this! I admit it, I’m one of the “lazy keto folks”. However, I have lost 52# since July so I’m pretty sure it works for me 😉. It’s kind of funny to see the items… I actually got new ideas of new things to grab. My husband and I usually go to the deli and get a half pound of meat and a half pound of cheese to eat on the way home from shopping. 😊 Thanks again!

    1. Wow, Denise! Lazy Keto is obviously working very well for you! Great job! I am glad you found some new ideas. The deli meat and cheese is great too!

      1. Hey Sam! I do lazy keto too and am down about 40 pounds. I don’t track my macros at all. I just try to stick under 20 carbs. I hope that helps!

      1. Lazy Keto is when you eat off of the approved food list of Keto foods but do not count macros (carbs, protein, fat). It works for a lot of people but many do need to count carefully, especially at the beginning to get an idea of how many carbs are in things. An app like Fat Secret, Carb Manager or My Fitness Pal are good ones.

    2. If there is any other things you can add to this list I would appreciate it. I’m new at this ketos stuff but need to lose 30 lbs. And this is the diet my doctor suggested.

      1. Hi Denise, It is great you have a doctor on board with Keto! Many have had life changing success with it! Good luck to you! I have added more since I originally posted the list and will continue to do so as I find things. 🙂

    1. You are very welcome, Lynn! I am so glad it was helpful! I wish you the best in your low carb journey!

  3. I’m new to the Keto diet and as much as I love bacon and eggs(!) this list comes in darn handy!! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Welcome to Keto, Karla! I love bacon and eggs too but we do need variety! I’m glad the list was helpful to you! 🙂

  4. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS…Thankyou so much! I find that sometimes the shopping experience can feel so overwhelming. ..especially at Walmart. You are my hero of the day…

  5. THANK YOU! I’ve been looking for an article like this for a while, so glad I stumbled upon this! Thanks for your hard work.

  6. yes, thank you for doing the leg work to make it so much easier for the rest of us. I had no idea there were Whisps or Dilly Chips and I cant wait to try both!

    1. Hi Stephanie! You are very welcome! I just tried Whisps for the first time this week and they were great! I am glad this was helpful to you!

  7. Thank you Joy for all your hard work in putting this together! It is going to be very helpful when I go to my next Walmart run! 🙂

  8. You ROCK! Great list for us lazy ketos trying to drop this life style. Thanks so much!

  9. Very helpful! Thank you
    I was at Dollar Tree and saw they have a 3 pack of hard cooked eggs in their refrigerator case, for $1. I prefer homecooked but in a pinch, it’s a great option.

  10. I don’t always have a microwave/fridge/storage at work and so I actually have bought a lot of these items to stay on track. Although high in sodium, I’ve avoided the KETO FLU, so woohoo! Staying keto and on my macros is more important to me

    1. Whoa! I DID forget the sardines! Thank you so much! I added them and found a few others near them too. 🙂

  11. Wow! This is awesome! I was worried about traveling, but I’m not worried anymore! Thank you!

  12. Thank you so much for doing this. This is awesome as there is pretty much a Wal-Mart in every city. I just started low carb and have lost 20+ lbs in 4 weeks. Looking at Keto options. This will help me. Thanks again.

    1. You are welcome, Diane! I am glad it was helpful to you! You are doing well with the low carb! Great Job!!

      1. Joy. Thanks so much for this. I shop at Walmart a lot and this list is incredible. Thank you for all of you’re time you spent on this list!

  13. Thanks so much for taking the time to help and show all these options-we just started this and I guess we are considered lazy keto -lol but hoping to get better as time goes on-it’s hard but worth it! my husband has lost 10 lbs and I’ve lost 5, so we are motivated and challenged-thanks so much and I can’t wait for the dollar store version! 🙂

    1. Hi Cindy! Wow, the lazy keto is working great for you! How nice you and hubby can do it together. I am glad you like the list! I will be working on the Dollar Tree version soon. 🙂

  14. Thank you so much for all your hard work! I am diabetic and have had a hard time thinking of low carb snacks. You have given me some great ideas! Bless you!

  15. Thank you for posting this. I wish more people would present posts like this for those of us who are cooking impaired/lazy. This was a lot of work. I appreciate it!

    1. You are so welcome, Amy! Thank you for your kind words! When you say, “posts like this”, what else would you like to see?

  16. Thank you for all your hard work! I knew some of these things… but when your hangry, your brain turns off and you begin to risk poor choices! I’ve been off keto for a few weeks thanks to the flu, and have been having a hard time finding the inspiration to get going again because it’s “so hard being creative” you’ve inspired me that it’s really not that hard! Thank you!

    1. Hi Cassandra! I am glad this inspired you! That is great! Best wishes on your Keto journey! 🙂

  17. Oh boy!! Thank you for putting this list together. I’m a truck driver and just started (3 days ago) the low carb/ keto diet. But I am curious, what is the difference between the “lazy keto diet” and the regular keto diet?

    1. Hi Billi! I am glad this was helpful to you! Lazy Keto is just someone eating Keto foods but not actually counting macros every day. “Regular” Keto would count to be sure they are getting exactly the right macros; fat, protein and carbs.

    2. Billi- if you’re eating a lot of truck stop foods, lazy Keto is probably the way to go for you. All you do is keep your carbs down below whatever you determine your level to be (increase salt and fat, and supplement magnesium and potassium). No sweating the macros or calories. Good luck!

  18. Thanks for this post! Ive been wanting to start keto but sometimes its overwhelming with all the info. Beginning with “lazy keto” would be a great way for me to step into it without being frustrated with counting every single thing. Once I get the ‘lazy keto’ mastered, surely it would be slightly easier to transition into a more structured plan. looking forward to dollar tree keto list!! thanks for doing all this work, we appreciate it!

  19. Thank you so much, you obviously put a lot of time and effort into this list and it will be a great help if I’m out and about and don’t want to go the fast food route. A person gets tired of bunless burgers and a pared down side salad.

  20. I’m just preparing my shopping list to start keto. Thank you for sharing this.
    I’m a little nervous. I hope to lose about 60 lbs. Any suggestions for the first few days?

    1. Hi Jolene! Welcome to Keto! It sounds like you have a good start by doing your research and making lists! Some suggestions; keep it simple (Don’t worry about complicated recipes and substitutions to start), keep away from a lot of keto products and just eat real food, use a tracker like my fitness pal to track what you are eating (those carbs are sneaky buggers!) and keep up your electrolytes to avoid Keto flu. Drink broth or powerade zero to help that. Best wishes to you!

  21. These suggestions are awesome! Thank you for this! Walmart also sells single packet mayonnaise to keep in your desk drawer if you want to mix the tuna up with it. Or the eggs.

  22. Thank you for this amazing resource! It’s tough sometimes when you’re short on time to grab the right things for your body. I love that you broke it down by location so I can now run in and get what I need. This definitely lessens the excuse to just drive thru and grab those carb-loaded convenience meals!

  23. This list is great! I am planning on starting keto next week, so this gave me lots of ideas! Thanks!

  24. I have been low carb for one year today. I have only lost 36 pounds. Isn’t that amazing? 36 pounds gone! Slow but sure wins the race! I have been very active in finding ways to make eating easier and more fun. Today, you taught me several things with this research that you did. Thank you!

    1. Wow, Mary, 36 pounds is indeed a great accomplishment! Good for you! I am glad this was helpful to you! 🙂

  25. I started the keto diet and ate a lot of deli meat, pepperoni, and cheeses. I lost 30lbs…but my cholesterol went through the roof at 258. My dr had a fit. How do you avoid high cholesterol on this diet? I stopped eating the cheese and pepperoni and got it down to 220. Still have to get it down.

    1. Great job on the 30 pounds weight loss! From what I have read, and I am not a medical professional, the cholesterol will even out. Mine is similar to yours and my doctor is just fine with it. He says what we eat does not affect cholesterol and that it is actually good for us (I am not talking super high numbers but 100’s and 200’s); our brains need it and our bodies will make it if we don’t have enough. Always though, unprocessed meats like steak, ground beef, chicken, fish are better than processed like bacon and pepperoni, etc. Here are a couple of articles that my doctor believes but not all are on board with this thinking yet. http://www.zoeharcombe.com/2010/11/cholesterol-heart-disease-there-is-a-relationship-but-its-not-what-you-think/ and http://myscienceacademy.org/2012/08/19/world-renown-heart-surgeon-speaks-out-on-what-really-causes-heart-disease/ Again, this is not medical advice. 🙂

  26. Omg, I literally want to cry. I know this sounds super emotional but I truly am. I’m very ill with chronic illnesses and I need to lose weight. I’m a visual leaner so when I read I sometimes struggle to see what I should be seeing. I need to lose about 100lbs and I’ve as people on the Keto diet on instagram and they either ignore or say read up on it.

    This was beyond helpful, like I can see things I can eat and buy accordingly.
    Thank you so much for this.

    1. Read “The Obesity Code” by Dr. Jason Fung or look up his YouTube videos!

  27. Does it matter if I eat net carbs and stay under 20. I have been eating total carbs under 20 but I would like to add in some of the Atkins bars. Net carbs are low but total carbs are much higher. I don’t want to stop losing but I need a change

    1. Hi Joan, Many people are successful staying less than 20 net carbs. Usually it is best to use your carbs for vegetables but some Atkins bars are fine for a lot of people. For some they have stomach problems or it stalls their weight loss but others make out fine with them. I know I am not saying anything definite because everyone is different. The only way to know is to try. I would suggest starting small and not eating more than one bar a day to start. See how you feel and if they stall you. Good luck!

  28. This is awesome! I do a lot of my grocery shopping at Wal-Mart and didn’t even know that they had some of this stuff! I probably haven’t looked hard enough! Lol. Thank you for spending your time to make this list for everyone! For the record, I’ve lost 40 lbs so far doing “lazy” keto. This lifestyle has definitely changed my life for the better!! 😊

    1. That is great, Crystal! I am glad this could help you find some new things. Thanks for taking time to let me know! And congrats on the 40 pounds! GREAT job!! 🙂

  29. Thanks taking the time to put this very detailed list together. Last fall I was travelling for work and that was when I started noticing all the items grocery stores have added to help with LCHF. But you have a couple of items here that I didn’t know about! Thanks again for your hard work!

    1. Hi John! I’m glad you found something new! Thanks so much for your kind words! 🙂

  30. THIS IS AWESOME!!! thank you for taking the time. i was just making a list today of stuff to buy for my boyfriend to eat during the day since he doesn’t cook. question – what state do you live in?? some of these items i’ve never seen before!

    1. Hi Beth, I am glad this was helpful to you! These pictures are from a VA Walmart. Yes, I am sure all of these things are not everywhere but also that there are other treasures that I don’t have. 🙂 I am pretty sure that Amazon would have any that you don’t find locally.

  31. Joy – thank you so much for compiling this. It is the most helpful article I’ve seen to date. Love the visuals that go along with the info. I am writing out my shopping list right now and have added several things from your list! I recently downloaded an app on my iphone called “Lifesum”. I enter what I eat at each meal time and it prompts me to have a snack, drink more water, etc. It also provides suggestions/critiques what I’ve eaten and keeps a count on how many carbs, protein, fat, etc. It’s been a life saver. I highly recommend it and it was free to download. (I’m not trying to advertise for it or anything, it was just so helpful to me!)
    Thank you again!
    Jana

    1. Hi Jana! Thank you for the kind comments and I am so glad it was helpful to you! Thanks for the Lifesum tip too. I will definitely look at that. It sounds great!

  32. Thanks for the list – good to have some more ideas! I’ve never heard of Whisps (want to try them!) and never considered a few of these things. I’ll look into it. Just wanted to add – I can usually miss meals with no problem but I was out all day once with no breakfast AND had to shop. Pre-keto that would have meant about $40 in added impulse junk. I don’t get those urges when hungry anymore. 🙂 But it did seem smart to eat SOMEthing. I found packets with the sliced meats in a Wal-Mart that were cubes of turkey, cubes of cheese, and about a half-serving of almonds. It was perfectly satisfying, about $1.50. There were different brands and different combos of meats/nuts, some with more or fewer carbs. But I thought it was a great option. Like a meal with my jug of water. 🙂 Thanks again!

    1. Hi Anastasia! Thanks for your comments! It sounds like you are doing great with your Keto! 🙂

  33. Thank you for these ideas! While most are “no brainers”, I tend to have brain freeze when needing to run in and grab something on the go and reach for some “not so ideal “ things or get stuck in a rut with the same old same old. Again, thank you sooo much!

    1. Hi! You are so welcome! I am glad this was helpful to you! Yes, when in a hurry, it is harder to grab the right things. 🙂

  34. Wow this was really helpful. I was looking for snack ideas and this was a great glimpse at what I can just grab at Walmart instead of doing all the work. Thanks for putting this together!!!

  35. Wow thanks for the wide range of keto friendly foods I just started a week and 2 days ago loving it I feel great but this is the first post I’ve actually really enjoyed because it shows you the actual label of the food and the back side to show nutrition so you don’t have to try and figure out at the store and spend hours trying to find food to eat this way I can plan for meals 🙂 would live for you to email me more this is amazing love love love

    1. Hi Brandi! I am glad this was helpful to you and that you like the labels included. Sure, I am happy to add you to the emails. Welcome! 🙂

  36. Wow, an incredible list of so many different things! Thank you, thank you! That had to take soooo much time & effort, so we greatly appreciate your passing it on to us! Keep Keto-ing!

    1. Hi Deb! Yes, it did take a lot of time. I am glad it was helpful to you. That makes it very worth it! 🙂

  37. Heading to Walmart now thanks to this list! I have a 6 hour flight and am worried I will eat something bad for me. I am low carb and this is GREAT!! Thank you!

    1. I’m so glad it was helpful, Angelina! I did that this month too; flying long distance. I did good though. Being prepared is the key. Good for you! 🙂

  38. I am on a low carb diet .I’m loosing in inches more than pounds.could u possibly give me the list everyone is talking about maybe it will help me also.just been on this for 2 months.some times it gets crazy when I want something crunchy.is there something to take the place of chips !lol
    thanks,
    Barbara

    1. Hi Barbara, Congratulations on your inches lost! That is a great accomplishment! I’m not sure what list you mean but maybe the list of what to get at Walmart? You can find that if you click where it says “HERE” after the red words near the top of the post. It is even printable! For crunchy snacks like chips and crackers (and more!), I just made a post about that! Click on this link; http://myproductivebackyard.com/2018/04/25/76-low-carb-keto-crunchy-snacks/ Thanks so much for stopping by! 🙂

  39. Just because a product is low carb does not necessarily mean it is a keto snack. Please read up on what keto is. It’s HIGH FAT low carb. So anytime you eat, you should have more fat than protein. This is really misleading. Plus, sugar free items are so unhealthy and some studies have shown that sugar substitutes and sugar alcohols can still affect blood sugar.

    1. Hi, Thank you for your comment. I actually have done a lot of research into the Keto and Low Carb diets. The goal of the Keto diet is being in Ketosis and having your body making ketones to burn fat for energy instead of carbs. That can be accomplished many ways; strict keto, lazy keto, dirty keto and even very low carb diets. Most are not super strict with their ingredients (not that I don’t agree that it is best to be) so I included options for Keto AND low carb diets. Of course not everything is strict Keto. That is why I added the ingredient labels; so all could easily see what fits into their chosen way of eating, which includes whether or not to include sugar substitutes and sugar alcohols.

      1. You answered that question beautifully! Please add me to your mailing list! Thank you for your hard work!

        1. Thank you so much for your kind comment, Gail! I will be happy to add you to the list! 🙂

  40. Joy you are so awesome!

    Oh my Gosh!! Thank you so very much for putting this together!! There are items on here I had no idea of. I am going to make my grocery list from this pin weekly. Thank you again this had to be a ton of work to do. I want you to no that it is truly appreciated:)

    Debbie

    1. Aw, Debbie, Thank you so much for your sweet words! Yes, it was a ton of work; so nice it is appreciated. I am so glad it was helpful to you! 🙂

  41. Thank you Joy for your hard work in gathering all this information. It’s very helpful to me and my wife. I started as a lazy Keto for about 3 weeks and lost 20 lbs. My wife started 5 days ago and is into it full bore. She cleared to kitchen of all the bad stuff (high carb.) And has replaced with low carb foods. But just wanted to thank you for the info you provided. How I don’t have to stand in the store look at every label.👍

    1. Hi Rod, I am so glad this is helpful to you and your wife! You sound like you are both rocking lazy keto! Great work!! 🙂

    2. Hi Checking out choices. I have 80 lbs to lose and plan on the lazy keto I want to be healthy and have a good retirement in a couple of years by eating better for a life style
      change as well as possibly liking my “self” , which has been decades of low esteem I don’t want the rest of my life unhappy. I really hope to be a before n after person with this. I really need this. Anne

      1. Hi Anne, Keto is a great way to lose weight and works great for a lot of people. I wish you the best with your weight loss journey. I am sure that with losing weight you will be healthier but I am also sure you are already a beautiful and lovable person! I hope you can love yourself as you are. May I suggest that you join a Facebook group or 2 for support? I have seen others ask for an accountability buddy and seen others that are very interested in that. It could really help to find someone with similar goals to share the journey with. You may even find someone in your area that you could meet with. Just an idea! Feel free to email me at [email protected] too if I can be any more help! I wish you the very best! ~Joy 🙂

  42. going camping this weekend and this list is SOOOO APPRECIATED only lost 20 so far but have just started on this journey. Still trying to tweak things..THANK YOU SO MUCH….!!

    1. You are so welcome, Heather! I am glad it was helpful to you! Great job on the 20 pounds! You’ve got this! 🙂

  43. New to the Keto diet! Should I be concerned about consuming so much processed meats such as pepperoni, lunch meat, bacon and sausage? I was under the impression that the processing of foods wasn’t good for you! Will have to try some of your quick ideas.

    1. Hi Beth! How much processed meat one eats is totally a personal choice whether on the low carb or keto diet or not. I don’t eat more or less than I used to eat. We do need more sodium than usual when eating this way so that isn’t a problem for most. Many packaged snacks are more processed; that is just the way it is, sadly. If you are concerned about that, better choices would be hard boiled eggs, my 3 ingredient meatballs, low carb gluten free sausage balls or any leftover meat that you cooked recently (use the search bar for those recipes if you want). I hope that is helpful to you. Best wishes on your Keto journey! 🙂

  44. Wow!!! You put in some major work on this!! I’m a lazy keto person too so I appreciate it lol. I shared this post with my whole keto group on facebook.

  45. This is fantastic, off to the grocery to grab the Dilly Bites. Thank you for taking the time to put this list together for all the lazy people like me.

    1. You are so welcome, Maegan! I am glad you liked it! Thanks for the kind comment. 🙂

  46. Wow! What a great list. Only a week in cutting out most carbs just to see what it’s like and it’s going surprisingly well….I think I can do this. Finding small, quick snacks have been my problem and this list is so helpful (not sure I even need to have a snack but its so comforting just knowing I have options available!) Quick question: Are “Lazy Keto” and “Dirty Keto” the same thing? Thanks again for your hard work in making this list.

    1. Hi Sandra! Yes, you can do it! Being prepared, reading up and finding ideas and lists will help you a lot! Good luck to you!!
      Lazy Keto is not tracking macros (carbs, protein and fat) or maybe just tracking carbs but being “lazy” about tracking.
      Dirty Keto is not eating clean ingredients; like they may eat a low carb wrap with wheat, Halo Top ice cream that has cane sugar or things with artificial sweeteners. They still keep the carbs very low but the ingredients are not clean.

  47. Amazing! Thanks so much for taking the time to make this list. It is very much appreciated.

    1. Hi Jody! Yes! I am planning to do one for Aldi soon! It takes several hours in the store and then several more on the computer and I just haven’t gotten to it yet but I do plan to do one! Look for it soon! 🙂 Thanks for your interest!

        1. Stay tuned! I took my last pictures for the post today! 🙂 It will be done soon after Thanksgiving. I found lots of great stuff! 🙂

  48. Thank you so much for this list. I can appreciate how much work went into this. I personally am not doing the Keto diet, but my parents are. This list was extremely helpful to assist me in putting together a basket for them for Christmas.

    1. Hi Vikki! How sweet of you to be supportive of your parents in making them a Keto basket they will use and enjoy! That was a great way to use this list! I’m glad it was helpful to you. 🙂

  49. Thank you for a great list! I am doing low carb to get the weight loss necessary for me to have surgery on my hip. I run out of ideas. That’s a a good way to stray! Your list is a BIG help!

  50. Thank you! Thank you! I have just started low carb/keto or whatever…3 weeks ago! THIS IS SO HELPFUL!!!!!! Thank you again soooooooo very much! I now have a ton of new things to try that I have never heard or thought of!!!!!!!

    1. I am so glad it was helpful to you, Rhonda! Thanks for stopping by and letting me know! 🙂

  51. We are looking forward to an Aldi, opening soon. Also, are some of you using Keto sticks to track your ketosis? Bought at a drugstore and it is simply in home checking your urine; an idicator of your having gotten into the fat burning phase called Ketosis….

    1. Hi Marjorie! Yay for Aldi! Yes, some use the Keto sticks. I have read that they are not as accurate as blood testing, especially as time goes on, but can be encouraging to see ketosis! 🙂

  52. For someone just starting on Keto/low carb this is great!! Thank you so much for doing this!!

  53. Thank you so much for making this post! It helped me out big time! 👍🏽👍🏽

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