12 Dollar Tree Low Carb Finds You Don’t Want to Miss

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Dollar Tree may not be the first place you consider when searching for low-carb items. While you won’t find everything you need for a low-carb diet, a few products are worth mentioning for those looking for budget-friendly options in this economy.

Almond Milk

Boxes of unsweetened almond milk on a store shelf.
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Don’t overlook the convenience of shelf-stable boxed unsweetened almond milk. Whether using it in your morning coffee or as a base for a low-carb smoothie.

Chicken Broth

Boxes of organic chicken broth on a store shelf.
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Organic chicken broth is a great low-carb find at Dollar Tree for $1.25. This versatile ingredient is perfect for low-carb soups and casseroles.

Green Beans

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Canned green beans are a popular low-carb and keto vegetable. You can stock up on them for $1.25 per can at Dollar Tree.


Jars of pickles on a store shelf.
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Dollar Tree has several jarred foods, from pickles to asparagus and olives. They are an excellent buy for $1.25 each.


Cans of chicken on a store shelf.
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Canned chicken is budget-friendly and can be used for many low-carb recipes, such as soups, casseroles and dips.

Pork Rinds

Bags of pork rinds on a store shelf.
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Pork rinds are a popular snack for those on a low-carb diet. Dollar Tree sells them in plain and BBQ flavors for $1.25 each.


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Dollar Tree offers many flavors of tuna. Check the packaging for added sugars and carbs that align with your dietary needs.

Lunch Meat

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Dollar Tree has a small section of deli meat and cheese. Pair them with some pork rinds for an on-the-go lunch option.


Packages of pepperoni on a store shelf.
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Pepperoni slices are protein-packed, making them a tasty and easy low-carb snack or pizza or salad topping.


Bags of whole salted peanuts on a store shelf.
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Protein-rich peanuts are a terrific budget-friendly, low-carb snack option at Dollar Tree.


Shelf of many bottles of spices.
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Dollar Tree has a huge selection of low-cost spices that can be used alone or combined to create sugar-free spice blends for various recipes.


Bags of sugar free chocolate and caramel candy hanging from a hook on store shelf.
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Sugar-free candies at Dollar Tree are a great low-carb find. However, people with stomach sensitivities to maltitol should be cautious as it can cause digestive issues in some.

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Author: Natasha Newton (Natasha's Southern Flavor)
Natasha is the founder of Natasha’s Southern Flavor. She has a passion for sharing delicious family friendly low-carb recipes that are easy to make and use readily accessible ingredients. Natasha has published three bestselling cookbooks. Her books and recipes have been featured by CNET, Delish, Mindbodygreen, Parade and Women’s Health. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband, two adult children, and three furbabies.
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