High protein recipes with 2-4 ingredients, easy to make and store for grab and go energy. Vegan, gluten-free, refined-sugar-free, and full of protein and fiber from certain high protein foods including white beans, spirulina and even veggies.
8 Easy High Protein Snacks
Do you get enough protein? I bet that question comes up often if you are plant-based. But if you eat a varied diet, you probably do. To help you along, though, here are 9 protein recipes that use protein ingredients that supply nearly all the essential amino acids your body needs to keep things growing and running smoothly.
What Do You Need To Make These High Protein Snacks
Protein sources such as beans, spirulina, nuts and seeds are the main protein sources in these super easy recipes, most of which are two and three ingredients only. The resulting snacks make perfect workout or energizer treats to store in the freezer and grab-and-go!
For example, spirulina supplies 8 grams of protein per 2 tbsp, and white beans supply 24 grams per cup. You can always add chia seeds (4 grams per 2 tbsp) and hemp seeds 11 grams per 2 tbsp) to up the protein further.
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Dee Dine is founder of Green Smoothie Gourmet, a plant based recipe blog, and author of the recent cookbook, Crazy Healthy with 4 Ingredients and another immunity-boosting smoothie shot book, 4-Ingredient Smoothies + Juices , due out in January 2021. On this blog you'll find incredibly easy recipes with hidden veggies for anyone wanting to eat healthier, regardless of diet. Dee has graduate degrees in sciences and journalism, editor at The Feedfeed and a nutritional expert at WikiHow. More about Dee Dine here.