Joanna BROWN

Joanna BROWN

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Snack Recipe Roundup: 10 Protein Snacks for Your LunchBox

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If you are looking for some simple protein-rich snacks to add to a lunchbox, as an after-school snack or, or even to refuel your or your family for an evening sports activity then I have 10 delicious and nutritionally dense snack ideas for your to choose from. Enjoy!

10 Protein Snacks for Your LunchBox:

 #1: 2-Ingredient Fruit Leather: 2 Ways 

This is such a fun, cost-effective, and easy way to make lunchboxes fun while giving you control over what goes into them. Click here for the Full recipe and pictures. 


#2: Blender Apple Breakfast Muffins 

Toss everything into a blender, process, pour into muffin tins, and bake. Yup, less mess and less fuss for homemade freshly baked muffins anytime. Click here for the full recipe and blog post.


#3: No-Bake Protein Power Balls  

These balls are naturally gluten-free, high in protein and fiber, boosts energy, packed with vitamins and minerals, and are no-bake snacks ready in minutes. Click here for the full recipe and post. 


#4: The Best Homemade Granola Bars EVER! 

It has a few simple ingredients, high in fiber, protein, minerals, and vitamins, and provides a balanced dose of healthy fats. Full recipe and blog post Here. 


#5: Ants on a Log: 6 Ways for Allergy Conscious Schools

Ants on a log. An uncomplicated and fun way to get your kids to eat veggies and plant-based protein, right? For some parents, this snack still works, but for many, there are allergy considerations to take into account, and the need to comply with your school’s requirements to protect those children who can have severe allergic reactions. I have 6 allergy-conccious versions for you to choose from. Full recipe in the blog post here. 


#6: DIY Bottom Fruit Yogurt Jars: 2 Ways 

These little jars are so cute and easy to make. I make a bunch and then pop them into everyone’s lunch for the week and they are a great late-night snack when I want something sweet and creamy. Grab the recipe for the blog post here


#7: Chocolate Quinoa Snack Bars  

These bars are quick and easy while providing fiber, vitamins, minerals, and energy. They are perfect for lunches, for a sweet treat, or when you hit that 3 pm wall in your day and you need a little energy boost. Full recipe in the blog post here.  


#8: Roasted Chickpea Snacks: 3 Ways

Ketchup, Salt & Vinegar, or Spicy Buffalo? Yum! I truly can’t decide which one is my favorite flavor. This is such a fun and tasty way to add extra protein to your lunchbox.  Full recipe & Blog Post here 


#9: Cinnamon-Sugar Baked Apple Chips

A crunchy chip or cracker is a desired snack but not necessarily something we want to be adding to our kid’s lunches every day. Swap that bag of chips for homemade apple chips! A fun, easy, allergy conscious, and affordable lunch box option. Full recipe & Blog Post here 


#10: Turmeric & Almond Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies 

Soft, Moist, Chewy, Chocolatey Cookies! Need I say more? These cookies are a great source of plant-based protein, and the Almond butter can be swapped for any nut or seed butter you like to be inclusive of allergies.  Full recipe & Blog Post here

I hope you enjoyed this round-up of 10 Protein Snacks for your Lunchbox. Comment below I would love to know
PS- If you are looking for more lunchbox ideas, here are some other posts you might find useful 
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