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Top 5 Healthy Protein Snacks

Protein is a vital macronutrient and one of the body’s building blocks, supporting your body with everything from creating muscle to boosting your immune system. This magical macronutrient can even lower your risk of developing osteoporosis as it improves bone density and decreases the risk of breaks. Protein increases satiety, helping you feel fuller for longer, which can be helpful if you’re on a lower-calorie diet.

It’s essential to have balanced nutrition to fuel your body. Many people don’t have enough protein in their diet, which can impede their fitness and weight goals. Having the right snacks to boost you throughout the day can positively affect your body and help you hit your goals. To help get you started knowing which snacks can increase your protein intake, we’ve put together this list of the top 5 healthy protein snacks that are tasty and easy to make. You get to skip the additives and the extra sugar (and you’d definitely see these snacks on your favourite health influencer’s aesthetically pleasing feed!)


Check out these Top 5 Healthy Protein Snacks to help you hit your fitness and weight goals and boost your protein intake:

No-Bake Energy Bites


No-bake energy bites are excellent healthy, high-protein snacks for on the go. You can pack them in a sandwich bag to munch on a dog walk, between tennis games, or pretty much any activity you can think of! Healthline recommends no-bake energy bites as they’re high in protein; you can prepare them in bulk, which is a fantastic time-saver for busy people. You just need to combine high-protein ingredients such as peanut butter, oats, and seeds to create these delicious protein bombs. These are also totally customisable; you could use different nut butter’s, different seeds, add fruit, add cocoa powder. The options are endless!




Greek Yoghurt


Greek yoghurt is low in carbohydrates and high in protein. There are so many applications for Greek yoghurt. You can use it as a dip for vegetable sticks, add fruit to make a parfait, or even freeze it to make yourself some high-protein treats for hot summer days. For those cold winter mornings, you can combine Greek yoghurt, eggs, and protein powder to make protein pancakes. If you’re lactose-intolerant, many supermarkets sell lactose-free Greek yoghurt, which has lactase added, the digestive enzyme that’s missing in lactose-intolerant people. The nutritional value remains the same, so you can still enjoy this high-protein treat and get a calcium boost too!






Jerky is a fantastic high-protein treat. It’s not only packed with protein, it’s got important vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin B12, which is vital for the brain and the production of red blood cells. Whilst jerky can be store-bought, it may contain added sugar. Therefore, it may be better to prepare it at home so you can be sure you’re including the best ingredients for balanced nutrition. It also means you can customise the spicing and herbs to your taste.




Trail Mix


Trail mix is a delicious high-protein snack with great nutritional value. You can tailor it to match your dietary requirements, which is perfect if you’re counting calories or macronutrients. Add nuts like almonds or pistachios to increase the healthy fat and protein content, and your favourite fruit and nuts to keep it interesting. An easily transported snack you can eat up a mountain, at your desk, or in the car. You can also combine it with Greek yoghurt as a tasty topper.




Roasted Chickpeas


Chickpeas are high in protein and fibre. Roasted chickpeas are easy to make at home and are a great snack on a budget. Rather than picking up a store-bought version for £2+, you can roast your own using a 50p can, creating several servings! Whether you want to create a crunchy cocoa-cinnamon treat or a chilli chickpea snack, you can personalise the flavours to suit you. They’re a convenient midday snack, perfect to keep your nutrition on point throughout the day.




Final Thoughts

Hopefully, this article shows that healthy, high-protein snacks can not only add nutritional value to your diet, but they can also be tasty, easy, and budget-friendly. You don’t need to feel like you’re eating rabbit food to work on your health, fitness, and nutrition goals.



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