3 High Protein Snack Recipes

3 High Protein Snack Recipes

Great High Protein Snack Recipes

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Written by: Femi Doyle-Marshall



When it comes to food it is often access to quick meals that can make a difference in gaining success.

Not too long ago one of our most popular articles dived into giving 3 protein snack recipes. Even with three you can see the impact made in your diet over the long term. What is interesting is having more resources when it comes to your daily nutrition is what will allow you to progress easily and more efficiently especially in understanding nutrients.

High protein snack recipes can greatly aid in fat loss, muscle gain and changes in body composition.

If that isn’t enough for you to consider packing more protein into your diet let’s not forget the feeling of fullness.

Delaying hunger when dieting can allow you to have ample nutrients.

Keeping with the thought of high protein benefits for your daily macronutrients look no further to find these 3 high protein snack recipes to cook up or toss together in the kitchen. Be sure to subtract or add some of the ingredients to meet your health and nutrition goals.


Fruit and Yogurt Parfaits

Photo courtesy Thelemonbowl.com

6 Servings


38.4 ounces plain Greek yogurt

0.3 cup pure maple syrup

1.2 teaspoon vanilla

3 cups mixed berries (i.e. raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, etc.)

0.6 cup raw pumpkin seeds shelled

0.3 cup chopped walnuts

0.3 cup chia seeds

0.3 cup flax seed meal

1.2 teaspoon cinnamon

0.3 teaspoon ground cloves

0.3 teaspoon salt


Nutrition Facts

Calories: 361

Protein: 15.1g

Fat: 18.6g

Carbohydrate: 40.2g



Minty Green Protein Smoothie

Photo courtesy Sugarfreemom

1 Serving


1/2 avocado

1 cup spinach, fresh

1 scoop whey protein powder

1/2 cup almond milk, unsweetened

10 to 12 drops of SweetLeaf® Liquid Stevia Peppermint Sweet Drops™

1/4 tsp. peppermint extract

1 cup ice

Optional: cacao nibs


Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories: 225

Protein: 20.7g

Fat: 13.3g

Carbohydrate: 9.4g


Power Yogurt

Photo courtesy Powerhungry.com

1 Serving


1 cup plain nonfat Greek yogurt

¼ cup all-natural sweetened vanilla whey protein powder (I used this one)

Optional: additional sweetener, fresh or frozen (thawed) berries


Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories: 253

Protein: 48g

Fat: 1g

Carbohydrate: 11g


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