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High-Protein Snacks Under 150 Calories

10 High-Protein Snacks Under 150 Calories

Snacks are the perfect opportunity to refuel on a little extra protein, especially if you need a late-afternoon pick-me-up or a post-workout nibble. Here are 10 easy snack ideas that offer at least five grams of protein — each around 150 calories.

  1. Banana with peanut butter mixed with protein powder: 158 calories, 13.6 grams of protein
  2. A 4.4-ounce container of low-fat cottage cheese (90 calories, 11 grams protein) with one small peach, diced (51 calories, 1.2 grams protein): 141 calories, 12.2 grams protein
  3. One hard-boiled egg (78 calories, 6.3 grams protein) and eight Kashi 7 Grain Crackers (64 calories, 2.1 grams protein): 142 calories, 8.4 grams protein
  4. 21 raw almonds: 145 calories, 5.4 grams protein
  5. 5.3 ounce container of vanilla nonfat Greek yogurt: 110 calories, 15 grams protein

  1. Watermelon protein smoothie: 145 calories, 15.1 grams protein
  2. 3/4 cup shelled edamame: 150 calories, 12 grams protein
  3. 1/4 cup canned tuna in water (45 calories, 9.8 grams protein) mixed with one tablespoon hummus (35 calories, 1 gram protein) on half a whole wheat English muffin (60 calories, 3 grams protein): 140 calories, 13.8 grams protein
  4. One Tofu Pup (60 calories, 8 grams protein), chopped into 1/4 cup of cooked quinoa (56 calories, 2 grams protein): 116 calories, 10 grams protein
  5. Two slices of roasted turkey deli meat (44 calories, 7.2 grams protein) rolled with one slice of provolone (98 calories, 7.2 grams protein): 142 calories, 14.4 grams protein
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ChiCindy36 ChiCindy36 5 years
- A soy dog cut into chunks and skewered with bits of gherkin and Laughing Cow light (chased down with low-sodium V8!)- I also add protein powder to home-baked cookies (applesauce, no fat)
ChiCindy36 ChiCindy36 5 years
- A soy dog cut into chunks and skewered with bits of gherkin and Laughing Cow light (chased down with low-sodium V8!) - I also add protein powder to home-baked cookies (applesauce, no fat)
MandeeLei MandeeLei 5 years
Protein cake = 1 scoop chocolate protein powder, 1 big tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder, 2 packets sugar alternative, 1/2 tbsp baking powder, 3 tsp unsweetened applesauce, 1 egg white. Microwave 1 min 25 sec and top with natural PB. Love this and you can change the protein powder flavor and add spices, or use pumpkin or sweet potato instead of the applesauce. Protein pudding = 1 scoop chocolate protein powder, 1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder, 1 tsp natural PB, and enough water (just a few little drops) to mix. Set in fridge for an hour or so. Love to top this with chopped nuts or dried fruit bits. Protein powder is very easy to bake with as well you can make muffins, cookies, breads, bars, pancakes, waffles, and the list goes on and on. I love to use it for my desserts.
MandeeLei MandeeLei 5 years
Protein cake = 1 scoop chocolate protein powder, 1 big tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder, 2 packets sugar alternative, 1/2 tbsp baking powder, 3 tsp unsweetened applesauce, 1 egg white. Microwave 1 min 25 sec and top with natural PB. Love this and you can change the protein powder flavor and add spices, or use pumpkin or sweet potato instead of the applesauce. Protein pudding = 1 scoop chocolate protein powder, 1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder, 1 tsp natural PB, and enough water (just a few little drops) to mix. Set in fridge for an hour or so. Love to top this with chopped nuts or dried fruit bits. Protein powder is very easy to bake with as well you can make muffins, cookies, breads, bars, pancakes, waffles, and the list goes on and on. I love to use it for my desserts.
lunabo lunabo 5 years
roasted black soy beans! high in fibre and protein ;-)
Spectra Spectra 5 years
1/2 a can of tuna in water with a little mustard mixed in. I spread it on a corn tortilla and eat it like a wrap. It's about 130 calories total; 15 g protein. Yummy!
mtiger mtiger 5 years
My snacks are a cup of strawberries with an Activia Light Yogurt and an apple with 2 wedges Laughing Cow Light.
Miss-Infamous Miss-Infamous 5 years
Wow lots of you have great ideas I am going to try!
Zulkey Zulkey 5 years
I prefer carrots with PB.
Zulkey Zulkey 5 years
I prefer carrots with PB.
Asche Asche 5 years
Oh wow, okay I was wrong! I commented before you put the nutrition info. I keep frozen shrimp around, so I'll try that (except maybe on Amaranth crackers and with Fage 0% instead).
Asche Asche 5 years
I like the WMOONW's shrimp idea, but shrimp, sour cream, hot sauce, and bread sounds a lot more than 150 calories to me. But maybe with greek yogurt instead of hot sauce it would be lower calorie?
wmoonw wmoonw 5 years
Oops! Forgot the protein. 2oz shrimp has 55 calories and 18g protein, 2 Tbsp. sour cream has 30 calories and 1.5g protein, and a slice of wheat bread has around 60 calories, so the snack is 145 calories and 19.5g protein.
danakscully64 danakscully64 5 years
My fav protein snacks involve faux meat. 1 cup of Quorn chik'n tenders + some BBQ sauce is about 100 calories and 10g of protein. Or a Morningstar Farms Griller patty (cooked pretty well in a pan) + ketchup is around 140 calories and 15g of protein. No cholesterol and both have 1g of saturated fat or less. I also love nuts. Peanut Butter, celery, and raisins are great (ants on a log). I probably eat all of my protein for the day from sunflower seeds :P
wmoonw wmoonw 5 years
I make a shrimp spread with fat free sour cream, hot sauce and diced cooked shrimp, and I eat it on a slice of whole wheat bread. Yum! You don't need more than a few tablespoons of sour cream, so the spread ends up being mostly shrimp.
Asche Asche 5 years
Fit, is there a reason you always choose Chobani over Fage? I normally go for Fage 0%, but is the other one better?
SFCA SFCA 5 years
I knew that greek yogurt had tons of protein but not 16 grams! I just never feel that satisfied eating it vs. oatmeal or peanut butter.
belle28 belle28 5 years
3 hard boiled eggs -- w/out the yoke (51 calories, 10.8 grams of protein)
TADOW TADOW 5 years
string cheese or 1 tbsp of peanut butter over apple slices. YUM!
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