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Low Carb Holiday Gift Guide

Colette-Heimowitz

Written by Colette Heimowitz, M.Sc. on December 14, 2023.

Scientifically reviewed by

Jonathan Clinthorne, PhD Human Nutrition

December 14, 2023

This holiday season, you can surprise the low carb aficionados in your life with unique gifts catering to their culinary and fitness passions. From innovative kitchen gadgets and fitness gadgets to low carb homemade treats, these quick and easy gift ideas will be a hit.

Holiday Gifts for a Low Carb Lifestyle

Every gift you choose is a thoughtful gesture and is sure to be much appreciated, whether it’s a tool to simplify meal prep, enhance a workout or indulge in a sweet tooth, minus the carbs.

Kitchen Gadgets for Holiday Gifts

Spiralizer: Transform vegetables into noodles for a low carb spin on any pasta dish.

Air Fryer: The options regarding what you can do with an Air Fryer are endless. It crisps up food without the oil, and many low-carb Air Fryer recipes exist for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.

Instant Pot: From egg bites to chili, pulled pork or any soup or stew, an Instant Pot will sauté, slow cook and pressure cook, and is great for batch cooking or preparing tougher cuts of meat.

Fitness Gadgets for Holiday Gifts

Water Bottle: Staying hydrated is key. Keep up the water intake with a colorful insulated water bottle that keeps your water chilled all day.

Jump Rope: The perfect tool to help you squeeze in cardio anywhere, anytime.

Resistance Bands: Ideal for muscle-building home workouts or when you are traveling.

Low Carb Homemade Treats for Holiday Gifts

Homemade Keto Marshmallows: Gift a batch of no-sugar homemade marshmallows. They make a great topper for any hot drink, like Hazelnut Hot Chocolate or sugar-free hot cocoa, and can be toasted over any campfire or fire pit.

Keto Chocolate-Covered Espresso Beans: These make a high-energy treat for a coffee lover. Splurge on high-quality espresso beans for the ultimate flavor boost.

Keto Cranberry, White Chocolate, Macadamia Nut Cookies: They are the perfect addition to any holiday cookie table. Or they can be put in a festive tin and gifted to any cookie lovers.

Colette-Heimowitz

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Colette Heimowitz, M.Sc.

Vice President of Nutrition & Education

Colette Heimowitz, M.Sc. is a former Director of Nutrition at The Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine in New York City. With 20+ years of experience as a nutrition expert, the NY Times best-selling author is the current Vice President of Nutrition & Education at Simply Good Foods Company.

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