20 high-protein snacks to try out when you’re trying to eat healthy

20 high-protein snacks to try out when you’re trying to eat healthy

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Snacking is both delicious and useful to keep you full until your next meal. But not all snacks have that capacity, only those who contain lots of proteins, which take longer to digest and keep your blood sugar levels stable. Here are 20 easy-to-make, healthy and delicious options for a snack:

  1. Tuna Salad on Crackers: keep some tuna in your fridge, put it on some crackers and you get an instant delicious snack. You can find the recipe here.
  2. High Protein Fruit Dip with Sliced Apples: you need almond butter, Greek yogurt, honey, cinnamon, and sliced apples. Check out the recipe here.
  3. Banana Almond Crunch Greek Yogurt: delicious, quick to make, and you only need three ingredients. Here is the recipe.
  4. Hard-boiled Egg and Avocado Bowl: boiled eggs taste great chopped up and mixed with avocado, red bell peppers, and onion. Get the recipe here.
  5. Shake & Go Peanut Banana Overnight Oats: shake it and add bananas – one serving has 14.5 grams of protein. You can find the recipe here.
  6. Chickpea, Avocado & Feta Salad: it only takes 5 minutes to make and it is healthy and satisfying. Here is the recipe.
  7. Avocado Toast With Cottage Cheese and Tomatoes: you can’t go wrong with this delicious combination. Check out the recipe here.
  8. Apple Sandwiches With Almond Butter and Granola:a simple, sweet, and crunchy snack. Get the recipe here.
  9. Skinny Burrito in a Jar: these are low carb, high protein, and really good. You can find the recipe here.
  10. Chipotle Lime Edamame: crunchy, savory, and easy to make. The chipotle powder adds a nice kick. Get the recipe here.
  11. Homemade High Protein Sweet and Salty Trail Mix: make your own trail mix – here is the recipe.
  12. Low Carb Pesto and Turkey Cucumber Roll Ups: these are for when you need a heavier snack during the day. Find the recipe here.
  13. Chocolate Pudding: this is a high-protein take on the regular chocolate pudding. Here‘s the recipe.
  14. Cherry Tomato Caprese Salad: light and refreshing salad which has 11.8 grams of protein per serving. Check out the recipe here.
  15. Strawberry Cheesecake Chia Seed Pudding: light, refreshing, and full of protein. Use unsweetened almond milk and less sugar to make it even healthier. Get the recipe here.
  16. Blueberry Bliss: you need cottage cheese, some blueberries, pomegranate seeds, and flax seed. Here is the recipe.
  17. Black Bean Hummus Dip and Sliced Vegetables: easy, savory snack that you can eat with almost anything. Check out the recipe here.
  18. One-Minute Cookie Dough Greek Yogurt: this has 26 grams of protein per serving and only 8 grams of sugar. Here‘s the recipe.
  19. Watermelon, Avocado, and Ricotta Salad: refreshing and full of protein due to the delicious chunks of ricotta cheese. Get the recipe here.
  20. Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie: shake this up in just a few minutes and enjoy it throughout the day. Here is the recipe.
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Caroline Parker has a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies from the University of Bucharest. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in the same field. She specializes in gender issues, ethnic minorities, and has a passion for literature, but she loves to find out more about any subject she comes across. When she is not busy with her studies, she is attending conferences, seeing plays which deal with contemporary issues in society, traveling, taking photos for her Instagram account, and watching beauty related vlogs. She aims to become a published writer and to pursue a Ph.D. is the field of gender studies.