17th April 2017 by Jess
It's important to spread your protein intake out throughout the day, but not always easy to find tasty protein snacks. Here are our favourite ways to easily get more healthy protein when you're on the go.
If you’re trying to keep track of what you eat, or avoid artificial ingredients, buying energy bars can be a bit daunting. Often they make a lot of great sounding health claims, but then pack those bars with refined sugars or artificial sweeteners.
Well then good news is, it’s super easy to just make your own at home! Just follow this simple recipe from blogger Karen to make these deliciously chewy energy bars with all natural ingredients.get the recipe
Discover our brand new protein bars, full of wholesome ingredients like chia seeds and almond butter, and the perfect size to keep in your bag. Or, if you prefer to enjoy an uplifting break with a cuppa, you can get hold of our protein bites with graze original tea bags. Protein just got exciting!
This is my go-to shake, just because it’s so so quick, easy and tastes YUM!
Jess, graze nutritionistget the recipe
Looking to make your own protein balls? Just adapt this tasty pistachio & coconut protein ball recipe to your own tastes, using your favourite nut butter and graze protein snack.get the recipe
Be ready for busy days with our protein flapjacks. Made with rustic rolled oats and packed with nutrient-rich seeds, they're the tastiest way to get more protein when you're out and about. Pop one in your bag and have a tasty 8g of protein (per portion) on hand, no shake required.
Nuts are a great source of natural fats and protein and vital nutrients, which tend to be tricky to get in the modern diet. Our taste experts love using nuts and seeds in their snack creations, because they bring so much goodness to the table and taste amazing too! Create your own mixtures with our nutritionists' favourite raw and roasted nuts...get the recipe
Our nutritionist Jess recommends enjoying a portion of nuts and legumes everyday, as they are such a handy way to get in both great quality fats, essential vitamins and minerals.
We’ve teamed up chickpeas, edamame beans and cashews to make the ultimate super group. As well as protein, veggie protein power is a source of copper which is needed for energy metabolism, immune system support and the protection of cells from stress.
If you don't have time to prep your own protein snacks each week, it's good to know you've got some nutritionist-approved goodies in the snack drawer! From plant based protein like nuts, seeds and pulses, to the best quality jerky, our taste experts have got you covered.click here to shop our protein snacks
edamame beans, chilli broad beans and redskin peanuts - our highest protein snack!
wholesome pure peanut butter dip, served with lightly salted hemp pretzel sticks
chilli and lime cashews, raw almonds, blanched peanuts
sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and golden linseeds
raw and blanched almonds, roasted hazelnuts and raw walnuts
salsa peanuts, wild rice sticks and BBQ flavoured peas
baked salted peanuts, Cornish vanilla fudge, redskin peanuts and mini cocoa cookies
dried-not-fried beetroot crisps, pure sunflower seeds and jalapeno chickpeas
poppyseed & onion sesame sticks, roasted pumpkin seeds and cheese flavoured cashews
a crunchy mix of wild rice sticks and chilli broad beans
roasted pumpkin and sunflower seeds with soy sauce
cracked black pepper cashews, roasted cashews and redskin peanuts
salt and vinegar almonds and crunchy bruschetta
hickory smoked almonds, rosemary crostini, roasted pumpkin seeds and mini basil breadsticks
applewood smoked British beef jerky, served with a slow-cooked tomato relish
crunchy edamame beans and kale crisps baked with chia & cashew butter
sour cream & onion kern pops, cheddar cheese bruschetta and edamame beans
gently roasted Californian pistachios with a touch of salt
By Jess, graze nutritionist.
Our nutritionist extraordinaire, Jess trained at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition and is a registered practitioner with the British Association for Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy. She's the creator of our health badges, to help you choose the snacks and boxes that are right for you. Check out everything from Jess on our blog, with recipes and tricks to help you keep making better choices, or go to Jess's blog at jessipes.co.uk for even more.
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