My daughter (age 4) was diagnosed about two and a half months ago, and she’s a picky eater too! Nuts are one of her favorite snacks, so we always have them on hand. Because she’s little, she doesn’t eat a typical “serving size” of most foods, so she is able to eat fruits and veggies without adding much to the carb count – strawberries, blueberries, a few slices of apple, carrots, bell peppers, cucumber, edamame, etc. We have the opposite problem though, in that we usually need her to eat some carbs every couple of hours in order to keep her blood sugar on target. (We are in the honeymoon phase.) She also likes cheese, pickles, summer sausage with mustard… I don’t like to use artificial sweeteners, so I’m somewhat limited in the carb-free options I offer her. She loves KIND bars, though they have 16-17 grams of carbs each. They are low glycemic, the protein (nuts) seem to keep her going, and the sea salt and dark chocolate bars make her feel like she’s having a treat. KIND bars are usually a bedtime snack for her, and we have good luck with them keeping her blood sugar from going low at night.