I eat veggies dipped in a dip I make from homemade mayo. I just use mayo as the base and then add spices to make it like a dip you would find in the store (onion, bacon horseradish, Buffalo wing, etc.).
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Anything with coconut oil. I know you said nil to nuts but have you tried macadamia nuts? I get roasted UNSALTED. Their O3 level is about the highest and can help offset other nuts (and meats) that are too much O6.
Also, I make my own dark chocolate from coconut oil and organic (nothing added) cocoa powder. I'll eat it w/o any sweetener but sometimes I add a little stevia extract (zero other ingredients, just stevia). By a little I mean VERY LITTLE. It's not a sweet snack. People who go, "Ooo, chocolate" get a rude surprise :)
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Take one banana, chop in 1/2" sections, freeze overnight, I keep at least one banana in a baggie in the freezer at all times, when frozen throw in a food processor add coconut oil, the thick cream at the top of a can of full-fat coconut milk, almond butter, dark chocolate or any combination of the above and blend until smooth. Paleo ice cream! I'm eating some as I type this. yum
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I make this fake fudge stuff out of coconut. In the food processor add 3 packets of "let's do organic" creamed coconut ( or make your own w/ unsweetened coconut flakes/shreds), a big 'ol dollup of coconut oil, 1 stick of butter softened, 1-2 tbsp cocoa powder, dash of vanilla and stevia to taste, I usually use 6 packets. run the food processor for a few minutes to get it all mixed up, add a scoop of protein powder and a can of coconut milk. then I fold in a cup or so of pecans that I roast in butter in a skillet on top of the stove. Pour the mixture into a small cake pan and refrigerate over night. the next morning you can cut into bite sized pieces. store in the fridge.
Any suggestions on some fatty snacks? I find sometimes at night if I haven't had enough fat for the day, I'm still hungry. I can't stomach eating avocado on its own, and I'm trying to limit my nuts/seeds intake.
My go to are deviled eggs, but I eat so many eggs, I'm afraid that I'm going to develop an egg allergy someday (which I hope doesn't happen since I love em so much!)
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