Jerky is meat that has been trimmed of fat, cut into strips, and dried. It makes an excellent and convenient snack. It’s very high in protein, containing an impressive 9 grams per ounce.


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Trail mix

Trail mix is a combination of dried fruit and nuts that’s sometimes combined with chocolate and grains. It’s a good source of protein, providing 8 grams in a 2-ounce serving.


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Turkey roll-ups

Turkey roll-ups are a delicious and nutritious high protein snack consisting of cheese and veggies wrapped inside slices of turkey breast. They’re essentially a sandwich without the bread.


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Greek yogurt parfait

Greek yogurt is an ideal healthy and high protein snack, with 20 grams of protein per 1-cup serving. It has been shown to be more filling than yogurts with lower protein contents.

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Veggies and yogurt dip

Veggies are great for snacking, but they’re not very high in protein on their own. You can increase your protein intake by pairing them with yogurt dip.

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Tuna is loaded with protein and makes a very healthy and convenient snack. One cup contains an impressive 39 grams of protein, making it extra filling

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Hard-boiled eggs

Eggs are undeniably healthy, consisting of almost every nutrient that your body needs. They’re particularly high in B vitamins and trace minerals


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Peanut butter celery sticks

Celery sticks spread with 1–2 tablespoons of peanut butter make for a delicious and easy snack. They contain a decent amount of protein from the peanut butter.


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Cheese slices

In addition to being a quick and easy snack, cheese is incredibly healthy and filling. It’s an excellent source of calcium, phosphorus, and selenium, and it contains small amounts of many other nutrients.


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