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7 High Protein Snacks That Won’t Break Your Diet

July 05, 2017

7 High Protein Snacks That Won’t Break Your Diet

high protein healthy snacks

Hunger strikes at the worst times, right in between meals and when you don’t have the most healthy options available. The key is to find a few satisfying options that you can grab and not feel guilty. Choosing a snack that is high in protein will help you stay fuller for longer. Never again should you reach for a bag of chips or a candy bar!


beef jerky

Jerky is a dried meat that has been trimmed of fat, which makes it even healthier. It’s one of the highest protein snacks you can find, coming in at 9 grams per ounce.

Beef jerky is the most common but they are many other options if you don’t like that. Chicken, turkey, and salmon are popular as well.

Be careful with store bought jerky because many of them add artificial ingredients and sugars, so either choose natural brands or make your own at home to save money.

Hard Boiled Eggs

hard boiled egg

Everyone agrees that eggs are healthy, they are packed with tons of nutrients that you need. One hard boiled egg has six grams of protein as well as high amounts of B vitamins and trace minerals. The other great thing about eggs is that they are very portable, pack them up and take them anywhere!



Reaching for a handful of almonds is another easy way to a get a fill of protein from your snacks. Almonds, like most nuts, taste great and have high amounts of minerals, vitamins, and healthy fats than may help you control your weight. However, they are high in calories so stick with one handful or the recommended serving size.

Hummus and Veggies

hummus and veggies

Hummus is combination of mashed chickpeas and olive oil or tahini, often with added spices for more flavor. You can use it as both a dip and a spread. Pairing veggies like celery and carrots with the hummus also gives you the micronutrients found in vegetables.

Protein Bars

protein bars

While not the most original or healthy choice on this list, protein bars are a decent choice if you’re in a pinch. There are dozens of choices, so try to find one without added sugars.

Canned Salmon


You can take canned salmon anywhere you go as a high protein snack. Salmon is one of the highest protein foods that you can find, and if the taste doesn’t appeal to you straight from the can try adding some salt and pepper.

Pumpkin Seeds

pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds are great as a replacement for the empty calories of chips and crackers. They can be eaten raw or roasted with spices for flavor. An ounce of the seeds has 5 grams of protein, and there’s also fiber, zinc, and disease fighting antioxidants.. The protein and fiber together will curb hunger for longer than most snacks.


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