Protein Snack Recipes to Get You Through the Day

protein snack recipes

Protein is what gives us that energy boost we need in the middle of the day, so it’s smart to snack on protein instead of high in content sugar snacks.  Though I would give you thumbs up for eating a carrot over a chocolate bar, know that certain healthy foods are high in sugar-carrots, apples, bananas, orange juice (really any juice esp. if it’s not fresh), raisins, dried fruit… So if you’re trying to avoid that sugar spike that leaves you feeling blah and hungry after an hour then stick to more protein filled snacks.

Don’t worry I’m not talking about snacking on a piece of beef.  I have some delicious recipes you can enjoy to help you on those days where you need a little something, something. These are perfect to aid in curbing the hunger until your next main meal.

I’m especially liking that peanut butter chocolate protein bar. So, I’m going to start with that recipe.  Also, some of them are from the Silk website and they have all that wonderful nutritional information.

Protein Snack Recipes to Get You Through the Day

pb chocolate protein bar

Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Bar – Don’t let this yummy bar fool you into thinking it’s not good for you, it actually is! Hop on over to get the recipe.

power smoothie

Tropical Power Smoothie– Is jammed packed with energy boosting ingredients.  I love drinking protein smoothies as my snack so I can’t wait to try this one.

protein pudding

Peanut Butter Protein Pudding – If you can’t tell already, I like peanut butter. This pudding has chia seeds and if you haven’t heard of them yet, I  highly recommend you look into it. They are full of antioxidants, fiber, protein–high amount of nutrients!

energy balls recipe

Cranberry Peanut Butter Energy Balls – I love making these yummy little treats! No baking involved and they are good for you.

 silk milk

Many of the recipes above have Silk as an ingredient, you can find a coupon to purchase the product over at their website.

  • Silk Soymilk is a good source of protein.
  • Silk Soymilk has 8 grams of plant-powered protein per serving.
  • Silk Soymilk has no cholesterol.
  • Silk Soymilk is low in saturated fat.
  • Silk Soymilk tastes delicious!

This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *