High-Protein Snacks That Are Healthy And Portable, According To Dietitians

Blood Orange and Coconut Chia Pudding

Chia seeds are rich in fiber, vitamins, and nutrients, aiding digestion and reducing blood pressure. Mix them with coconut milk and blood orange juice for a vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidant-rich snack

Deviled Eggs With Pickled Shallots

Deviled eggs pack four grams of protein per serving, enhanced by Greek yogurt instead of mayo for extra protein. Topped with antioxidant-rich pickled shallots, they make a flavorful, protein-rich snack

Lemony Whipped Goat Cheese

Goat cheese is a protein and calcium-rich addition to a healthy diet. Blend it with lemon zest for a tangy crostini topping, offering eight grams of vegetarian protein per serving.

Spiced Chickpea-Yogurt Dip

Greek yogurt adds creamy texture and protein to this dip, which is under 50 calories per serving. Paired with fruits and veggies, it’s a fiber-rich, protein-packed snack.

Spinach and Cheese Pita Pizzas

These quick, 20-minute pita pizzas combine feta and provolone cheese for 12 grams of protein per serving. Spinach adds vitamins C, K, folic acid, iron, and calcium, making it a nutrient-dense

Spinach and Goat Cheese Egg Muffins

Eggs provide six grams of protein each and are linked to reduced appetite and weight loss. These customizable egg muffins, with added and cheese, offer eight grams of protein per two muffins

Yellow Split Pea Dip

This split pea dip, paired with fresh veggies, is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It offers six grams of protein and 133 calories per serving, with split peas providing folate, thiamin, iron, and potassium

Nectarine Bruschetta

Ricotta cheese on crusty bread topped with sweet stone fruit provides nine grams of protein from whey, which may reduce LDL cholesterol. Combined with honey, olive oil, and antioxidant-rich