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The Best Keto Snacks at Woolworths & Coles

By March 15, 2019General
Looking for the best keto snacks?

Starting the Keto Diet and don’t know where to find the best keto snacks?

It’s not as hard as you think! We’re lucky in Australia to have a great range of fresh and packaged food options, with more and more keto snack options becoming available each month. Now, you can just stroll down to your local Coles or Woolworths supermarket to get stocked up on healthy, delicious and KETO snacks to fuel your day.


The Keto Diet – all you need to know in under 60 seconds

But first, it might be a good idea to go over the basics of the “Keto” diet and what makes a great Keto snack.

In a nutshell, the “Keto diet” is based on the premise that your body can be optimised to burn fat as a key energy source instead of sugar (via carbs). Common diets are based around consumption of carbs. Foods which are high in carbs are the most efficient to convert into energy straight away (e.g. that big chunk of bread or energy bar), but when you don’t use that energy through physical activity, these carbs convert to fat.

58 seconds, to be exact…

Advocates of the diet report weight loss, improved energy, and better focus. However, always ask your dietitian or nutritionist for their advice and recommendations before making any significant changes to your diet. What may work for one person may not work for you!

On the flip side, the Keto diet proposes that when you lower your intake of carbs, your body will seek an alternate energy source: fat. In burning stored fat, your body will eventually enter a metabolic state called “ketosis” (hence the name), in which your body releases ketones that enter your bloodstream (instead of insulin from glucose-rich foods like carbs), and provide energy to your body and brain. The Keto diet is also known as the Low Carb, High Fat diet (“LCHF” diet).

What makes a good Keto snack?

People that follow the Keto diet seek a diet that is high in fat, has moderate protein, and low in carbs. In practice, it’s all about optimising your macros and nutrition, and being aware of what you are eating each day.

Beef jerky = keto!

So what does a diet like this look like on a day-to-day level? As I’ve shared before, I’m a 75kg dad who does some exercise most days of the week. According to this Keto Diet calculator, I should be eating approximately 2,300 calories per day (~9,650kJ). Ideally, my diet would consist of me consuming 188g of fat, 113g of protein and 28g of Carbs. As you can see, most of the energy I consume would come from fat, with very little carbs over the course of the day.

So, following from the above, a suitable Keto snack is rich in fat, with good amounts of protein, and few carbs.

As a general rule, you’ll want to eat more of these foods:

  • Raw nuts and seeds
  • Healthy fats and oils
  • Good quality, pasture-raised meats
  • Fruits that are low in sugar
  • Non-starchy vegetables

And avoid:

  • Sugar
  • Grains/wheat
  • Poor quality, highly-processed oils
  • Starchy vegetables
  • High-sugar fruit

What are some examples of Keto snacks at Coles & Woolworths?

So now that you know the basics, you’re probably wondering what are the best Keto snacks around – and where can you find them?

What are the best Keto snacks at the supermarket?

These days there are several great online Keto/LCHF specific retailers that sell and deliver only the best Keto snacks straight to your door. So read no further if that’s your plan! (and shout out to our friends at Low Carb Emporium and OnKeto!).

However, if you’d prefer to find tasty keto snacks during your normal Coles/Woolworths shopping run – keep reading! We’ve listed below our favourite, ready-to-go keto snacks that you can find at Coles or Woolworths supermarkets, so you don’t have to waste time looking for them!



(Side note: we haven’t listed grocery staples like eggs, meat, butter, veg, etc. – instead, our focus here is just ready-made snacks. But that doesn’t mean that they can’t be awesome, whole food snacks!)

How we feel when we find a new keto snack at Woolworths

Now if you want to read more about the keto snacks on our list, keep reading below!


Keto Cheese

Cheese can be a great keto snack, as it’s generally high in fat and low in carbs. We recommend avoiding cheese varieties that have added sugar or labelled as “low fat”.

Ashgrove Havarti infused with bacon

This is a yummy cheese – and did we mention it has bacon?! With only 0.1g carbs but 6.1g of fat, this is a winner. And, bacon.

Ashgrove Havarti with Bacon - Keto snack.

La Casa Del Formaggio – Cherry Bocconcini

Bocconcini goes well with almost anything – with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar, on a salad, and especially on a low-carb pizza base. This product is a good pick as it’s fairly priced, tastes great, and has virtually no carbs. Instead, each serving contains 8.5g of protein and 8.8g of fat, with less than 1g of carbs.

Cherry bocconcini - keto snack.

Babybel Mini Cheese Portions

For something quick and easy, it doesn’t get better than the cheese of your childhood: Babybel. Each cheese portion is high in fat and protein (4.8g / 4.6g respectively), with virtually no carbs.

Babybel cheese - keto snack.

Miguel Maestre Manchego Cheese (Aged 6 months)

This keto snack pick is definitely on the pricier end of things, but if you’re into hard cheeses, then it’s hard to go past Manchego. A Spanish cheese variety similar to Parmesan but made from sheep’s milk, it’s a keto snack knock-out: no carbs but 10.5g fat and 6.8g protein per serving.

Manchego cheese - keto snack.

Keto nuts & nut butters

Mayver’s Crunchy Peanut Butter

Who doesn’t love a good spoonful of PB as an in-between-meals snack!? Unlike some nut butters on the market, which have added vegetable oils and fillers, this only has Peanuts and Salt as ingredients. It has 9.8g of fat and 5g of protein per serving, with a moderate 2.7g of carbs.

Peanut Butter - keto snack.

Macro Natural Almond, Brazil & Cashew Spread

For something a bit different, you can’t go wrong with some ABC butter. The chief downside to this product is the price – it ain’t cheap. Each serving contains 5.8g of fat, 2.1g of protein and 0.9g of carbs.

ABC butter - keto snack.

Macro Organic Unhulled Tahini Spread

If you’ve never bought Tahini before, there’s a really good chance you’ve already eaten it in one shape or form. It’s the chief ingredient to hummus – which is pretty much the king of all dips – and you might have even had it as one of the sauces in that late night kebab!

Tahini is made from sesame seeds and comes in two varities. We prefer the ‘unhulled’ version over the ‘hulled’, which because the shell of the seeds is not removed, it’s higher in calcium and fibre.

You can also drizzle it over a salad, add it keto-friendly deserts, or put it in your smoothie for a protein and fat kick. And are you thinking what I’m thinking B1? I think I am B2. Keto fat bombs! (Here’s a recipe).

Each serving (or tablespoon) contains 12.3g of fat, 4.4g of protein and only 2.3g of carbs.

Tahini - keto snack.

Keto meat snacks

Gold Medal Snacks Pork Krackles

It’s no secret that pork crackle (known also as pork rinds) is a favourite keto snack amongst dedicated keto and low carb followers. While we’re not big fans of some of the added ingredients (e.g. Hydrolysed Soy Protein and flavour enhancers), it does have awesome keto macros: 35.9g of protein and 14.9g of fat per bag, with almost zero carbs.

Pork crackle - keto snack.

[UPDATED!] J. Crackleton Original Real Pork Crackle

We’re excited that this awesome new Pork Crackle product has just hit the shelves at Woolworths. It’s light, crunchy and made with 100% real Australian pork – and it’s Gluten-free! And unlike some of the other traditional brands out there, the ingredient list is much shorter. Each 40g bag contains 20.8g of protein and 18.2g of fat, with virtually zero carbs. 

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Don Donskis Mild

Twiggy sticks are the old-fashioned snack of your childhood, but they can actually also be a satisfying and convenient keto snack. This one doesn’t need refrigeration so you can eat it on the road. There are two servings per pack, with each containing 7.7g of fat and 4.9g of protein – and only 1.5g of carbs.

Twiggy stick - keto snack.

KOOEE! Grass-fed Beef Jerky

Yeah you knew this was coming, we never miss a chance for a shameless plug!

Beef jerky is actually a great keto snack – if made with care and with good quality ingredients. As we’ve mentioned before in a previous post, there are a bunch of beef jerky brands in the market, with some brands being very suitable as a keto snack, and some, – well – being less so.

Generally, beef jerky can be a great keto snack because it’s high in protein and often very low in carbs. However, jerky is often low in fat as it’s made from relatively lean cuts of beef (such as topside). That being said, due to the low carbs, it’s often a go-to keto snack – and KOOEE! is often chosen due to the clean ingredients, portion-controlled bags, and macro profile.

What’s more, you can now find us in Tasmanian and Victorian Woolworths stores, so no excuses!

Our Classic Sea Salt KOOEE! beef jerky has 14.8g of protein, 2.9g of fat, and only 2.7g of carbs in each pack.

If you’re suddenly hungry (and can’t wait to get to Woolworths), you can buy our keto beef jerky here at our shop.

And because you’re here, you can use the code “KETOSNACK” to get an additional 5% off your entire order! (this includes free shipping, which is always nice.)

Canned fish

Sirena Tuna In Oil – Italian Style

There’s only one canned tuna brand listed here – and according to my co-founder Andy it’s the only one that matters. He has the entire KOOEE! team hooked on the “yellow can” – Sirena Tuna. On quiet days Andy has even sent them fan mail.

From a keto perspective, it ranks strongly given there is absolutely zero carbs per can (!), with 16.8g of protein and 4.9g of fat.

Sirena Tuna - keto snack.

King Oscar Sardines – Olive Oil Double Layer

Sardines are a great alternative to canned tuna. However, if you’re like the majority of the population, chances are you can’t stand them – they smell more, have a much stronger taste and you eat the bones. So why even eat them?

For starters, they are highly nutritious. Sardines are packed with Omega-3s, Selenium (for thyroid and adrenal health), Vitamin D, and Calcium (cause of dem bones!). They’re high in protein, high in fat, and have no carbs. And even better, because sardines are a small fish, they have a much lower contamination risk from mercury and other heavy metals when compared to larger fish like tuna.

We like the King Oscar brand because they use wild-caught Brisling Sardines – the smallest and most delicate sardines you can find. And because of this, they’re tastier than other brands too.

Each can contains 2 servings, with each serving 7.4g of protein, 8.4g of fat and only 0.3g of carbs.

Sardines - keto snack.

Biscuits and crackers

Olina’s Gluten Free Crackers – Pepita Seed

We love the crunch in these crackers. Super “moreish” – and they go great with a slice of cheese (see above!). Despite the price tag, they’re also a great keto snack, being very low carbs.

Gluten-free crackers - keto snack.

Always Fresh Cheese Crisps

Snackable cheese! Made from nothing but oven-baked cheese, they’re a crunchy keto snack more akin to a biscuit than cheese (and why we’ve put it in this category)! Each pack only has 2.9g of carbs, along with 10.6g of protein and 8.7g of fat.

Snackable cheese crisps - keto snack.

If you’re looking for other crunchy cheese options, you can’t go past Ashgrove Cheese’s “Amazeballs” – available from IGA’s nationwide.

Sweet treats

Lindt Excellence Supreme – Dark Chocolate 90% Cocoa

If you still want to indulge your sweet tooth, we recommend finding a high-percentage, good-quality dark chocolate. If you’re new to dark chocolate – don’t worry, it takes time to appreciate it. But once you do, you’ll begin to really enjoy the complexities of different chocolate – a bit like tasting good coffee. And with that, say goodbye to those sugar cravings!

If you’re shopping at Woolworths, then we recommend starting with the Lindt 90% Cocoa variety. Each 20g serving contains 11g of fat, 2g of protein, and 2.8g of carbs.

Dark chocolate - keto snack.

Well Naturally – No Sugar Added Bar – Rich Dark

If you’re concerned about the added sugar in regular chocolate, then we suggest this Australian brand that is sweetened by stevia. Well Naturally‘s Rich Dark flavour is also much more keto-friendly: each serving only contains 0.7g of carbs, while also containing 5.6g of fat and 0.9g of protein.

Well Naturally chocolate - keto snack.

Tasmania’s Westhaven – Natural Coconut Yoghurt

Coconut yoghurt is high in fat due to the coconut milk and generally low carb. In our view, Westhaven is king of coconut yoghurt. We were surprised to find this wonderful product being made nearby in Launceston. If you’re living in Tasmania you can find it in Woolworths, and it’s available across independent stores in TAS, VIC, and SA. If you live elsewhere you have a choice – either wait for Westhaven to become available, move to Tasmania, or try Coyo instead.

Each serving has 19.6g of fat, 2.7g of protein, and 5.4g carbs.

Coconut yoghurt - keto snack.


Chobani Greek Yoghurt – Plain Whole Milk

If coconut yoghurt is not your thing, no biggie. There are plenty of whole-milk yoghurts around that are fairly low in carbs and have good fat content – particularly the Greek yoghurts that have no added sugar. One of our favourite products is the Chobani Greek Yoghurt – Plain Whole Milk. Unlike most of their other products, this one isn’t low fat, and it has a deliciously smooth, creamy texture.

Each 100g serving contains 4.0g of fat, 8.7g of protein and 3.9g of carbs.

Chobani greek yoghurt - keto snack.

Noshu Donut – Strawberry

We’re all human, right? Sometimes you just need something to pick you up after a long week, and this may be it (without the excessive guilt!).

Noshu donuts may be one of the more indulgent things you can eat on the keto diet, but we love that there are no added sugars and that it is gluten-free. And it’s certainly better than most other sweet treats at Woolworths or Coles that you’ll find!

Each donut has only 2.8g of carbs, 8.4g of fat and 4g of protein.

Noshu donut - keto snack.

The full keto snacks list

For your convenience, we’ve listed the entire list of keto snacks here:

SnackPriceSize per packFat per 100gProtein per 100gCarbs per 100g
Ashgrove Havarti infused with bacon$7200g59.2g31.2g2.0g
La Casa Del Formaggio - Cherry Bocconcini$5.25220g19.9g19.2g1.6g
Babybel Mini Cheese Portions$4.20100g24g23g<1g
Miguel Maestre Manchego Cheese$7150g35g23g<0.5g
Mayver’s Crunchy Peanut Butter$5375g49.3g25g13.4g
Macro Natural Almond, Brazil & Cashew Spread$8.50250g57.6g20.8g8.9g
Macro Organic Unhulled Tahini Spread$6.49375g61.4g22.2g11.5g
Gold Medal Snacks Pork Krackles$2.1550g29.6g70.8g<1g
J. Crackleton Real Pork Crackle - Original$1.8040g45.3g52.0g<0.1g
Don Donskis – Mild$340g38.5g24.7g7.3g
KOOEE! Grass-fed Beef Jerky – Classic Sea Salt$5.9530g9.8g49.3g9.0g
Sirena Tuna in Oil$2.1595g7.0g24.0g0g
King Oscar Sardines – Olive Oil$2.80105g21g18.4g0.8g
Olina’s Gluten Free Crackers – Pepita Seed$5100g48.2g29.4g1.2g
Always Fresh Cheese Crisps$3.4524g36.2g44.1g11.9g
Lindt Excellence Supreme – Dark Chocolate 90% Cocoa$4.25100g53.4g10.8g12.5g
Well Naturally – No Sugar Added Bar – Rich Dark$490g43.2g6.8g5.4g
Coyo Organic – Natural$10500g23.7g1.5g3.4g
Westhaven Coconut yoghurt - natural$3180g20.4g2.8g5.6g
Chobani Greek Yoghurt Plain – Whole Milk$6.30907g4.0g8.7g3.9g
Noshu Donut - Strawberry$3.7545g18.7g9g7.1g

Can you suggest any other great keto snacks?

We’d love to know what you think about our list, and whether we’ve left out any other awesome keto snacks that you can find at Woolworths or Coles.

And if you’ve come to the end of this list and you’re hungrier than when you started, you can purchase our beef jerky right here. Free shipping too, so why go to a shop?

Keen for some beef jerky? Shop now.

Join the discussion 29 Comments

  • Lee Herman says:

    Diet jelly and whipped cream in a can

    • Dean Hughes says:


      This sounds rather decadent! At KOOEE we spend a lot of time thinking about how to make high-quality snacks from natural ingredients. This obviously isn’t a major concern for those in the jelly and canned cream game!

      That said, I think our readers would certainly be amused by this suggestion if we could pull a few products together. Did you have some specific brands in mind?



  • Haley says:

    Hi there. Just wanted to say thanks for doing the leg work of finding these snacks. I’m very appreciative.

    • Dean Hughes says:


      Thanks for dropping us a line. No worries at all, we hope it was helpful to you. Let us know if you have any other favourites that we can include in an update.



    • Sue says:

      .thanks , I’ve just bought olinas crackers ..so nice..miss my chips so this is perfect just for the crunch..

  • Ona says:

    Thanks for the detailed list! Much appreciated, going to print out and see what is available at our local (small) Woolies! 🙂

    • Dean Hughes says:

      Thanks Ona,

      Let us know how you went at the local Woolies. There is some gold in those hills, but it can be hard to find! Please also let us know if you’ve got any other suggestions for the article.



    • Sharon says:

      Hi. I’m going to a pacific island for 3 weeks. No supermarkets etc. can I buy dried konjac/shirataki noodles ( for bag weight restrictions) anywhere? Like instant dried noodles but low/ no carb and sugars etc I leave in a couple weeks. Please help!

  • Eileen says:

    Thanks this is great.

    • Dean Hughes says:

      Hi Eileen,

      Thanks for the kind words, we’re glad it was helpful. It’s certainly a “work in progress”, so please let us know if you have any further suggestions.



    • Barbara says:

      Thanks for the info, Coles have sadly discontinued the only noodles for keto the shirataki so can woolies start selling them. Barb

  • Kristin says:

    Don’t forget olives. If I decide I want a dinner of snacks, I buy some butcher made kabana, if it’s available, my butcher’s kabana flies out the door, and then pop over to Woolworths next door to pick up some cheese and olives. I prefer deli olives to bottled olives, and my favourite flavour right now are their mojito olives.

    • Fiona says:

      I have tried the Splendier noodles sold at Coles and followed the cooking instructions on YouTube for prep. It requires a minute or more rinsing under cold water,put them in hot water as per instructions, then dry fried them. I added cooked shredded cabbage (medium shredding), cooked mushrooms and some cooked cauliflower, cooked omelettes cut into strings, cooked grass fed mince beef and seasoned with sea salt, pepper and some Kikkoman sauce. Believe me, the taste of this dish is amazing and aroma is to die for.
      One pack of Splendier with the added ingredients make dinner for 2! If you like some hot sauce on it, sriracha sauce is perfect, I use it sparingly.
      I am now ready to try my Italian recipes with the noodles and Chinese fried rice.

  • SandrA says:

    Great list of products/snacks that we can source in the supermarket. Its so overwhelming when trying to buy products where everything is packaged and you stand there reading the contents of every nutritional label. This just makes shopping so much quicker!

    A list of keto friendly fast food/food-court ideas would be ideal too! For those times we are in those situations! I like the salsa’s chicken and guac bowl (minus the corn chips) and sometimes asked for extra chicken to really load on the protein intake 🙂

  • Diana says:

    Great list, and certainly helpful in so many ways
    Ive just started my Keto journey, but have these snacks
    Gherkin and hard cheese (make sure you select a low carb gherkin
    Philly cream cheese with either celery, raw cauliflower or broccoli
    Rollmops are another great snack
    Lets not forget the universal egg that can be made into so many yummy snacks………

    Thanks again – love the Kooee all natural snacks site !!!!

  • Kellie says:

    Those always fresh cheese crisps are awesome as a faux ‘crouton’ in a caesar salad
    Thanks for the list … I follow a few overseas FB pages and are always jealous with the amount of goodies you can buy in stores there! We are getting better though.
    I make a ‘dip’ with a tub of cream cheese and a tin of the sirena tuna (I like the chilli one) and have that with veggie sticks – yum!!!

  • Harry says:

    Edamame pasta is a great low Keto option with only 2grams of carbs per serve, you can find in Coles. They have it in a few varieties of pasta form. Also soy bean pasta is another option.

    If tastes like the real thing and way better than the other kinds you get.

  • Supz says:

    Hello! I just would like to give a huge thumbs up for the great info you have here on this post. I will be coming back to your blog for more soon.


      I love that green pasta , got mine from IGA , expensive but very good . Tamar Valley , Tasmanian Greek Yoghurt , Fat 9.8g , Carbs 5.2g , Protein 5.3 g , available from Coles . No added Sugar .

  • Zoila Justine says:

    Thank you! This list is spot on the help I needed. LOVE that it’s Australian and all the details – keep it up legends!

  • Nadine Peacock says:

    This is awesome please keep the lists coming and the comments, so helpful, i just started today. I wonder if Biltong from the Butcher is ok as it is a bit fresher than packaged?

  • Kathy Thomas says:

    Woolworths also have Fatblaster keto products – MCT powder etc and Quest bars

  • Amy says:

    Thank you for doing all the hard work for me! I’ll definitely be keeping a list of these items for the next time I’m at the shops.

  • Aimee Mackie says:

    Hi Shaun – good list- thank you! A couple of things to add; Atkins do a bread mix which is pretty delicious (fresh from the oven, slathered in butter) and only 2.3g carb. They also have a penne which is the closest pasta I’ve found to tte real deal that comes in at 5g a serving and last but not least – Denada ice-cream!!! My favourite is the double chocolate and it totals 1.8g for a 100g serve and is fabulous! Cheers, Aimee

  • Sarah says:

    This is excellent! Thank you so much for this – it’s hard to always be prepared and also kind of exhausting spending half your life in the kitchen, so it’s great having a handy list available for those times you just want to chill out and grab something quickly!

  • Kate says:

    such a helpful list! Another vote here for the Denada icecream, so so so good.

  • Carole says:

    Where do you get the Denada Ice cream?

  • Harry says:

    Hey guys. Woolies stocks Mission Low Carb wraps. When they’re on offer they are about $4 a pack… Not cheap. But high dietry fibre and low carbs mean it’s as keto as wraps get.

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