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7 High-Protein Snacks That Actually Taste Good

  • Fit Foodie Finds

    High-Protein Snacks: Paleo Protein Brookies

    Following a Paleo diet? Fit Foodie Finds' brownie and cookie hybrid allows you to eat dessert while fulfilling all of your nutritional needs at snack time. Let the prehistoric rejoicing begin!

    184 calories, 7 grams of protein

    Get the recipe: Fit Foodie Finds

  • Simple Vegan Blog

    High-Protein Snacks: Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

    A sprinkle of lemon juice helps the paprika, garlic powder, cumin, and curry adhere to Simple Vegan Blog's garbanzo beans. (Psst...these would also be killer tossed in a salad in place of croutons or on a fancy hors d'oeuvre tray with meats, cheeses, and crudites.)

    192 calories, 10 grams of protein

    Get the recipe: Simple Vegan Blog

  • Eat Yourself Skinny

    High-Protein Snacks: Clean Blueberry Protein Muffins

    Even gluten-free dieters can enjoy Eat Yourself Skinny's fruity muffins.

    124 calories, 16 grams of protein

    Get the recipe: Eat Yourself Skinny

  • The Iron You

    High-Protein Snacks: Buffalo Quinoa Bites

    Did you know a cup of cooked quinoa packs eight grams of protein? The Iron You puts this vegetarian complete protein to good use in these buffalo wing–flavored balls.

    180 calories, 8 grams of protein for two bites

    Get the recipe: The Iron You

  • Skinnytaste

    High-Protein Snacks: Low-Fat Vanilla Bean Frozen Yogurt

    "Ice cream" that can help speed up your recovery between workouts? Well, if we must, Skinnytaste.

    144 calories, 9 grams of protein

    Get the recipe: Skinnytaste

  • Healthy Happy Life

    High-Protein Snacks: Green Sunshine Dip

    The 11 grams of healthy fats in Happy Healthy Life's dip team up with the ample protein to keep you full for hours. Scoop up a serving with a handful of vegetable slices.

    188 calories, 9 grams of protein

    Get the recipe: Healthy Happy Life

  • iFOODreal

    High-Protein Snacks: Homemade Almond Crunch Protein Bars

    Instead of buying a bar that comes complete with a 12-line ingredient list, make your own at home like iFOODreal. Protein powder and peanut butter combine to give these a protein punch.

    193 calories, 10 grams of protein

    Get the recipe: iFOODreal