Are you searching for that perfect something for your low carb loved one? You can stuff their stocking with everything from spiralizers to moon cheese to all kinds of keto cookies. Check out our 2018 Low Carb gift guide for the people in your life who keep carbs to a minimum.
Time for tea: Cozying up with a of hot tea is a perfect way to ease into a cold morning, or cap off the end of a day of sledding. Celestial Seasonings has a tea for every taste, from vanilla rooibos to morning thunder (awesome name).
Cup of coffee: Not into tea? Need a little more boost in your beverage? If you’re hoping to step away from Starbucks in pursuit of a more custom cup of coffee, the team at Blue Bottle Coffee has you covered.
Keto cookies: Fill someone’s holiday cookie jar with any or all of Nui’s five flavors of low carb, keto cookies: Chocolate chip, Ginger Something, Snickerdoodle, Double Chocolate, and Peanut Butter.
Open sesame: A 6.6 pound bucket of tahini from Pepperwood Organics! One of the world’s most nutritious foods, tahini, or sesame butter, is made of 100% ground sesame seeds. Tahini can be made into dips (including hummus, dressing, or even gluten-free bread. And it pairs well with cauliflower.
To the moon … cheese: It’s not cheap, but it is crunchy and out-of-this-world tasty, so treat a loved one (or yourself) to some delicious moon cheese. You can pick from cheddar, pepper jack, gouda, or mozzarella, and each bite satisfies snack cravings without boosting BGs.
Looks like pasta, tastes like pasta, must be… hearts of palm! Palmini is a low carb pasta substitute made 100% out of a natural plant known as Hearts of Palm. When this plant is cut and cooked in the proper way, its resemblance to regular pasta is remarkable.
Artisan salt: Gourmet salts taste amazing, add some zing to your zoodles, and the packaging is so cute that these little containers look like holiday decorations all on their own. This gift pack is perfect for a gift exchange or as a stocking stuffer for the foodie in your family.
Grass-fed beef sticks: Nick’s sticks are from 100% Grass-fed cows never given antibiotics or hormones. They’re seasoned with Redmond Organic Seasoned Salt and are free of nitrates, nitrites, gluten, and msg.
Olive this gift: Impress your friends with a gift that says “olive you” this holiday season! From dipping oils to infused olive oils, you can add this flavorful option to the holiday spread without carb guilt.
Bake up a loaf of low carb bread for dipping and you have a holiday win-win.
Spiralize it: Looking to turn some basic vegetables into perfect “pasta” with a spiralizer. Give the gift of delicious vegetable “noodles” with this low cost, low carb kitchen essential and make zoodles a new staple on everyone’s holiday table.
Say cheese: You know what’s awesome? Cheese. It’s the seasonal gift basket everyone actually gets excited about and it’s gentle on your PWD’s blood sugars. The Wisconsin Cheese Mart has everything you need, from nibbler baskets to cheese flights, for the cheese lover on your list.
Say sugar free chocolate: A variety pack of Lilly’s sugar free chocolates will bring a smile to any low carber’s face. :)
Mix it up: Want to gift a mixer that’s perfect for parties and mild on blood sugars? The team at Be Mixed has a collection of delicious drink mixers that any holiday party host would be happy to receive … and then hopefully share with guests. Cheers to a low carb cocktail!
Keto cookbooks by Carolyn Ketchum: Step into the kitchen of renowned food blogger and low-carb guru Carolyn Ketchum as she shows you how to create mouthwatering keto dishes in her cookbooks, The Everyday Ketogenic Kitchen, Easy Keto Desserts, Easy Keto Dinners, and Keto Soups and Stews.
If you have ideas to add to our list, please leave a comment, or you can join the discussion on our Facebook page. And if you’re looking for some delicious, low carb options to make the next holiday gathering, take a look through our holiday cookie ideas, or these amazing low carb comforting hot drinks.
Happy low carb holidays!
I had coffee at the Blue Bottle Coffee shop in Union Station in DC last week. They don’t have ANY diabetic friendly sweeteners. I asked three different people and they all offered me a sugar filled syrup. I don’t think they belong on your list.