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10 Delicious Options for Low-Carb Starbucks Food

Looking for a healthy snack to go with your coffee? Here's how to order low-carb Starbucks food.

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Bacon And Gruyere Sous Vide Egg WhitesCourtesy Starbucks

Bacon and Gruyere Sous Vide Egg Bites

9g carbs

One of our favorite low-carb Starbucks food options are their sous vide egg bites. All four varieties have fewer than 15 grams of carbs, but the lowest carb option is the bacon and gruyere bites, with only 9 grams of carbs. Made with eggs, two different cheeses, and—the best part—bacon, you won’t feel like you’re choosing health over flavor.

Try these satisfying low-carb breakfast ideas when you’re eating in the comforts of your home.

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Archer Provisions Grass Fed Beef JerkeyCourtesy Archer Provisions

Country Archer Jerky

5g carbs

Who doesn’t love beef jerky? Especially when you’re reaching for a low-carb snack. Starbucks offers two different types of Country Archer jerky depending on your preference: Classic beef jerky or smoked turkey jerky. Both are rich in flavor and low in carb intake (only 5g of carbs per serving!).

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Turkey Bacon and Egg White Breakfast Sandwich (no bun)Courtesy Starbucks

Turkey Bacon and Egg White Breakfast Sandwich (No Bun)

2g carbs

All of the Starbucks breakfast sandwiches are high in carbohydrates because of the bread. But the good news is you can order any of their sandwiches without the bun! They’ll warm up the inner sandwich components for you and you’ll have a delicious low-carb breakfast. Their turkey bacon and egg white sandwich has only 2 grams of carbs without the English muffin.

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Rhythm Roasted KaleVia Starbucks.com

Rhythm Super Foods Kale Chips

8g carbs

Munch on these roasted kale chips for a salty bite to eat. Snack on them as is as an afternoon snack or pair them with a sandwich for a full meal. They’ve got just the right amount of crunch that’ll satisfy any potato chip craving.

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Or try making your own homemade kale chips!

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Creminelli Felino Manchego Snack TrayCourtesy Starbucks

Creminelli Sopressata Monterey Jack Snack Tray

0g carbs

When you’re eating fewer carbs, you need more high-protein foods to boost energy. With that in mind, the perfect pick-me-up snack is the Creminelli Sopressata Monterey Jack Snack Tray. This low-carb Starbucks food tray is packed with 15 grams of protein and contains zero carbs.

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Starbucks String CheeseVia Starbucks.com

Starbucks String Cheese

1g carbs

String cheese makes for an easy on-the-go snack! Snag one while you’re ordering your favorite keto Starbucks coffee drink in the drive-thru. Starbucks’ brand string cheese also boasts a low-calorie count of 80 calories per pack.

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Squirrel Brand Classic AlmondsVia Starbucks.com

Squirrel Classic Almonds

8g carbs

Almonds are a small but mighty snack—they’ll fill you up until your next meal. (There are so many health benefits to eating almonds, too.) Squirrel brand almonds from Starbucks are kettle-cooked, giving them that classic roasted flavor. They’ve also got a hearty amount of protein (9g) in each bag.

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Moon CheeseVia Starbucks.com

Moon Cheese

4g carbs

Some Starbucks locations sell Moon Cheese, a crunchy gluten-free snack. Each bag is high in protein and calcium because it’s literally made of just cheese. That’s it. Each bag only contains about 4 to 5 carbs, too.

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Prosnax Carrot Cheese And Almond TrayVia Starbucks.com

Prosnax Carrots, White Cheddar Cheese and Almonds Snack Tray

6g carbs

Here’s a variety pack for when you’re craving something fresh, something cheesy and something salty. This Prosnax snack pack has a little bit of everything: A handful of baby carrots, cheese slices and almonds. It’s like a low-carb charcuterie board!

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Mini Babybel CheeseVia Starbucks.com

Babybel Mini Cheese Snacks

0g carbs

Babybel cheeses are perfect for when you’re feeling a little peckish. Do keep in mind that they are pretty small, so you may want to grab a few before you hit the road. What’s more, is that they’re only 70 calories per package. Score!

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Erica Young
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Christina Herbst
Christina is a Social Media Editor for Taste of Home. She enjoys trying out local restaurants and coffeehouses and adding copious amounts of garlic and cheese to any recipe she can get her hands on. In her free time, you can find her hunting down one-of-a-kind furniture pieces at thrift and vintage stores and DIYing trendy home decor crafts.