Top 10 High Protein Snacks

Top 10 High Protein Snacks

Here is the list of top 10 high-protein snacks to keep your muscles intact. When you don’t have enough time to prepare a meal and you are looking for something quick or handy to sustain energy until the next meal, then the best thing is to choose snacks that are not only satisfying but also filled with a lot of proteins and nutrients. High protein snacks promote fullness, stabilize blood sugar levels, and fuels weight loss efforts. 

So, whether you are looking for something sweet or salty, creamy or crunchy, here is a list of 10 high protein snacks which you can have anytime and anywhere to reduce your hunger pangs:

1. Fruits

Fruits are nature’s ready-made snacks rich in fiber, vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients that are essential for the body’s growth. One cup of fruits provides you with almost 1 to 10 percent of the daily protein requirement. They are also low in calories which is essential for weight loss. Eating a diet rich in fruits can lower the risk of many harmful diseases like hypertension, heart disease, inflammation, etc.


Apple, Apricots, Guavas, Avocado, Orange, Bananas, Blueberries, Orange, and Strawberries are some of the high-protein fruits, you can add to your diet.

2. Raw Nuts

Raw nuts are the best snacks that should be handy to avoid your craving for unhealthy foods. They are loaded with proteins and antioxidants. Some of the most commonly consumed nuts are – Almonds, Cashews, Pistachios, and Walnuts. These all provide 8-18 percent of the daily value of protein per ounce- which is equivalent to 2-3 tablespoons or a handful. 

3. Seeds

Like nuts, the consumption of seeds can give you healthy results. They are also extremely rich in proteins, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. You can mix them on salad or yogurt. Chia Seeds, Hemp Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Sunflower seeds, etc. are some examples of seeds that you can have as a healthy snack.

4. Granola

This tasty and crunchy snack is a great option to keep at your table. Granola and cereal are snacks loaded with proteins and minerals. You can eat them plain or add some milk to make them creamier. You can also try adding them a bit to your salad.


5. Oatmeal

Oatmeal is a good, quick snack because it contains fiber which is great for digestive health. They are gluten-free and are filled with proteins, vitamins, minerals, and fibers. Oatmeal is a great healthy breakfast staple that lowers blood cholesterol and prevents the risks of cardiovascular disease.

6. Energy bars

Energy bars are certainly convenient and nutritious snacks to add protein to your diet. They are scrumptious and easy to prepare but as they are also high calories snacks, their wise consumption is much required. We can make energy bars by grinding some fresh dates, dry fruits, and seeds.

7. Roasted chickpeas

Roasted chickpeas are a crunchy, affordable, easy, addictive, and protein-packed healthy snack to have when cravings strike. They have a good amount of protein with more than 7 grams per half-cup serving. Also, they are high in fibers and loaded with several minerals.

8. Popcorn

Yes, you read it right! Popcorn is a nutritious whole grain. Some may consider it junk food but an unsweetened, unsalted, and air-popped popcorn contains an abundance of fiber, vitamins, and minerals that the body requires. You can make it more delicious by mixing a little butter and sprinkling some cheese on the top. It has 4 grams of fiber and almost 4 grams of protein with 110 calories per ounce serving.

9. Multigrain Laddoo

Protein-packed multigrain laddoos by adding some ragi flour, wheat flour, jaggery, nuts, seeds, ghee, and cardamom can as well be a healthy treat. Laddoos are warming foods that provide strength to the bones and are rich in protein, calcium, and magnesium. 

10. Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolates are made from the seeds of the cocoa tree, and they are one of the best sources of antioxidants. They are also high in proteins and low in fats. A 100-gram bar of dark chocolate includes 11 grams of fiber and around more than half of the recommended daily dosage of nutrients like iron, manganese, copper, and magnesium. Eating Dark chocolate also improves brain function and helps in preventing stress levels.

So, whenever your next craving hits you, make it more interesting and healthy by adding these tasty protein-packed snacks to your daily diet.

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Author: Mansi GuptaApart from being a graduate in English Literature, Mansi is a knowledge freak who loves to wade through the pages of almost all types of books. Watching outside the windowpane and brewing stories are some of the hobbies that make her an extremely introverted personality. Writing isn't just a passion for her but a survival force that keeps her dragging through the absurdity and existentialism of life. She started writing in her school days. She writes articles concerning health, lifestyle, fashion, sexual awareness, and feminism. Currently, when physical and mental health deteriorates incessantly, she wishes to create awareness through her articles about its indispensability.