If you are looking for delicious easy keto camping dessert ideas to cook while camping, hiking, or backpacking, then look no further!

Here you will find a list of the top ten keto camping snack ideas, from Keto Tortilla Chips to Avocado Crab Boats!

Below you’ll find some awesome suggestions for delicious camping foods:

We also have a range of keto breakfast, keto lunch, keto dinner, and keto side dishes ideas for you too!

Keto Camping Snacks Thar Are Homemade

Now, we all know that there are hundreds of keto snacks that you can purchase on the shelf at your local supermarket, but there are also a ton of keto camping snacks that you can make at home!

Also, the vast majority of these snacks will be make-ahead snacks, so you don’t need to worry about them going off or spoiling.

These keto camping snacks will provide a quick and easy solution for those days when you are out hiking, biking, climbing, skiing (or whatever your sport of choice is!)

What are some keto-friendly camping food ideas?

Keto Tortilla Chips

Bear in mind that there are only two major ingredients to this awesome dish which are cheese and almond flour.

Simply preheat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius, cut your cheese into chip-sized slices and use a spoon to make indentations in the center of each chip.

Bake for around ten minutes until the cheese has melted and you’re good to go!

Season them up a little and you have a tasty keto-friendly snack!

Avocado Chips

How can this recipe be so easy yet so delicious?

Avocado is another keto staple, and for good reason!

After all, not only are avocados rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats just like olive oil, but they also contain a ton of potassium too!

All you have to do is cut an avocado into thin slices, season with salt and pepper then place on a baking tray.

Bake for around ten minutes or until the edges turn golden brown.

Stuff your face with these tasty little chips after dinner for good fat content before you go to sleep!

Nacho Cheese Crisps

A simple piece of cheese made into a cracker-style crisp?

Yep, we’re thinking this is a great keto camping snack idea!

Here we will show you how to make nacho cheese crisps as an alternative to your regular old cheese and crackers snacks.

You need two slices of cheddar cheese per person – again, just cut the cheese into chip-sized shapes and bake them until they turn crispy!

Add some guacamole for even more flavor.

If you didn’t know, these could almost pass as Doritos 😉

Keto Burger Fat Bombs

The number one ingredient in this snack is actually butter.

Butter is a keto staple, but it can get kind of boring chewing on sticks and pieces of butter every day.

So how about we add some burger meat to the mix with melted butter?

Bring your ground beef up to room temperature before you start cooking your patties.

Grill in a pan until they reach the desired level of doneness – medium rare is recommended.

Now melt down some butter, add the dried spices into the butter then brush over your patties.

Cook for around 10 minutes or until crispy then serve with a tasty salad!

They taste just like miniature cheeseburgers! Yum!

Are you a backpacker? Don’t forget to take a look at our keto backpacking meals.

Rosemary Keto Crackers

Believe it or not, you can eat crackers on a ketogenic diet!

Just make sure that you are using the right ingredients to ensure that they are keto-friendly.

Keto crackers can be made with almond flour, cream cheese, and butter.

Here is how you make them:

Preheat your oven to 175 degrees Celsius, mix your almond meal with your cream cheese and melted butter then stir well.

Add in salt and finely chopped rosemary leaves before bringing it all together into a dough. You can add an egg if required to help bind everything together too.

Create small balls from the dough and flatten them onto a baking tray – be sure not to use any parchment paper so as not to stick!

Bake for around ten minutes until golden brown on the edges – time really does vary from oven to oven. If they are still too moist of a texture inside, wait a little longer for them to cook!

Bacon Guac Bombs

This one will be a favorite with the kids sitting around a campfire too!

All you need is a can of beans, some bacon, and an avocado.

Open the can of beans and empty them into a bowl before smashing them up as much as possible.

Mash in the avocados then add the finely chopped bacon to your mixture.

Now season with salt or pepper depending on your preference, before shaping your mixture into small balls that will fit inside the front end of a hot dog bun.

Insert one side of a hot dog bun half into each ball – don’t push it right through though so as to hold it all together!

Now wrap these tasty bombs up in aluminum foil ready for cooking over the campfire!

Keto Cereal

Yes, this one is as simple as it gets!

All you need to do is buy keto cereal from your local supermarket or health food store then take it camping with you.

If there is no keto cereal available, then you can make your own by mixing unsweetened fine coconut flakes with some almond meal and a little bit of cinnamon.

Grill up some bacon and sausage links to go with it – if they are gluten-free too, all the better!

Bacon Cabbage Dippers

If your kids aren’t fans of cabbage, well here’s one way to disguise it for them!

Slice off the bottom of a large head of cabbage then cut it into thirds.

Grab your bacon and sausage links then slice each one into five or six pieces each.

Now thread three slices of bacon and two sausage pieces onto each cabbage strip, before cooking over the grill until char marks appear on all sides – do give them a little twist as they cook to help everything evenly cook.

Avocado Crab Boats

These avocado crab boats are delicious with some tortilla wraps if you want a little crunch!

All you need to do is remove the flesh from four avocados then mash it up in a bowl.

Add half a teaspoon of pasteurized crab meat, as well as some chopped coriander leaves and spring onions.

Now season with salt and pepper before mixing everything together well with a knife – be sure not to over mix or your mixture will become too watery.

Scoop up a tablespoon of your mixture into each avocado boat.

Put them onto a baking sheet before grilling on medium heat for around five minutes until grill marks appear on top.

Chicken Bacon Ranch Poppers

If you weren’t on a diet before, then I guarantee you’ll want to go on one after this!

All you need to do is cut slices off a chicken breast fillet, then throw it onto the grill. Be sure to leave them for around five minutes until char marks appear, but make sure you don’t overcook them or they’ll be dry.

Once your chicken is cooked through, throw in six rashers of bacon that have been rolled into spirals – again, keep an eye on it as all grills are different and these can easily go from undercooked to burnt!

Remove both the chicken and bacon from the grill before popping it into a bowl with two tablespoons of ranch dressing.

Mix well so that the ranch coats everything evenly – if there isn’t any available, feel free to make your own keto-friendly version!

Add some grated cheese to the mixture before scooping it up with celery sticks.

Feel free to make as much or as little of this recipe as you like, depending on how many people are eating around the campfire!

Name Branded Store-Bought Snacks

The snacks above can all be made at home. But what happens when you just don’t have the time to make them?

What if you are in a hurry, or what if the kids want to head off to the campsite early?

Well, simply pick up some of these snacks from your local supermarket or order them online before your camping trip.

Here are a few store-bought snacks that are quite popular with the keto community at the moment:

Summary

If you’re on a keto diet and love to camp, then these ten keto-friendly camping snacks are perfect for you!

From grilled chicken and bacon to avocado crab boats, there is something for everyone on this list.

So pack your bags and get ready to enjoy some of the tastiest, healthiest camping snacks around.

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