8 High Protein Whole30 Snack Ideas

High Protein Whole30 Snacks including egg and bacon cups, tuna and avocado wrapped in bacon
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High protein snacks can keep you fuller for longer. If you are on the Whole30 reset diet, you’re probably missing some of the foods you have cut out of your diet, so it’s important to ensure you don’t leave yourself feeling hungry for long periods, because cravings can get the better of you.

The protein you’re allowed to eat on the Whole30 diet needs to be high quality, so in some of these recipes that require bacon, you need to find the Whole30 approved kind. The Whole30 website explains more about bacon and what kind you can and can’t eat. In short, uncured bacon free from nitrates is preferred.

When it comes to Tuna, you’ll need to watch out for mercury and ensure that the brand offers high quality tuna with the lowest possible levels of mercury. Again, the Whole30 website as more about this and in 2019, Safe Catch was approved as part of the Whole30 diet. It offers low levels of mercury and is even safe for pregnant women.

Eggs are another source of protein and have always been on the Whole30 approved list of foods.

Bacon and Egg Cups

This recipe is simply egg and bacon, packaged very elegantly. Each serving offers 8g of protein which is a nice amount of protein for a snack.

Source: seasonalcravings.com

No Mayo Tuna Salad

This is a mayo free recipe and to make this Whole30 compliant, you’ll need to remember to use a Whole30 safe Tuna brand. The official brand Whole30 recommends is Safe Catch. This tuna salad is high in protein, filling and nice and tangy.

Bacon Avocado Fries

Heavenly oily, this dish is paleo and Whole30 friendly and keeps you full due to the high fat content in addition to the protein.

Source: ouroilyhouse.com

Bang Bang Shrimp

This shrimp dish is easy and delicious. The shrimp are swimming in a coconut cream sauce and gives you 30g of protein which is a large portion of your daily protein dietary requirements.

Source: unboundwellness.com

Whole30 Egg Salad

This egg salad is Whole30 friendly as long as you ensure that the sauces you add are made as per Whole30 requirements.

Source: whatgreatgrandmaate.com

Creamy Whole30 Avocado Tuna Boats

This recipe calls for wild caught tuna but if you’d like canned tuna, Safe Catch is a Whole30 friendly choice. Each serving will give you 8g of protein which is very decent. Also high in fat, this snack will keep you full for a while.

Source: paleoglutenfree.com

Easy Whole30 Egg Salad

This egg salad contains Whole30 approved mayonnaise, crumbled bacon, diced pickles and celery and a whole bunch of yummy spices. You’ll get a whole 22g of protein with each serving.

Source: ameessavorydish.com

Shrimp Salad Cucumber Bites

This shrimp salad is easy and required minimal ingredients. It’s basically shrimp with mayonnaise, onions, celery and seasoning. Each cucumber bite contains 3g of protein.

Source: healthylittlepeach.com

So there you have it – 8 high protein Whole30 snack recipes that can satisfy your hunger pangs and keep you fuller for longer.

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