Who doesn’t love snacks? I know I do! And I don’t know a single vegan who doesn’t. Especially snacks that are high in protein and that I know will keep me full, and maybe along the way help me build some muscle.
Whether you are on the go and need something quick to eat, or you just have the afternoon munchies, there is always something to satisfy our bellies.
And even though we really don’t need as much protein as some want to make us believe, we still need to make sure that we are getting enough protein in their bodies.
Reaching for high protein vegan snacks will also help us reach our Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA), which is 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight (or 0.36 grams per pound).
Fortunately for us, there are plenty of high protein vegan snacks to please every palate. Today we will discuss them all, from the packaged ones you, to the simple recipes that you can easily whip in the kitchen.
Protein and Amino Acids
Let’s quickly recap what protein actually is. But if you want to learn all about protein, I recommend that you check out my article “You Need To See This Vegan Protein Sources Chart! Got Enough Protein?”
Proteins are the building blocks of life. They are made of amino acids joined in chains.
Some of the amino acids that we need are produced by the body. However, there are some that are derived from our diets. We call these essential amino acids.
This is why it’s important that our bodies get the protein they need. As vegans, we cannot get essential amino acids from meat, so we must get them from plant sources.
Let’s give our body the protein it needs so that it functions so that it can function to it’s best ability. Even if it means having to sneak in some snacks in our day to day.
Benefits of High Protein Vegan Snacks
Consuming high protein vegan snacks has other benefits other than just helping us get the protein we need. These are some of the other benefits:
1. Reduce Hunger Pangs and Appetite
According to a study, protein is the most fulfilling among macronutrients. This means that you feel more full even when you eat less food.
This can be attributed to the fact that protein reduces Ghrelin which is the hunger hormones. To add, it also increases the level of Peptide YY which is the satiety hormone.
If you are thinking of losing weight or the pesky belly fat, snack on high protein snacks. Who knew, right!
2. Increase Metabolism and Boost Fat Burning
If you are looking at increasing your metabolism and boosting fat burn, perhaps you should opt to feed yourself high-protein snacks.
Based on a study, a high protein intake manifested a significant boost in metabolism and increased the number of calories burned.
3. Help Increase Muscle Strength and Mass
Proteins are very important when it comes to muscle building. The more protein you eat, the more your muscle mass and strength can increase.
If you’re are a fitness enthusiast who is trying to gain strength and muscle, make sure you get enough protein!
4. Good For The Bones
As we get older, we start losing bone mass which increases the risks of developing osteoporosis and other bone density issues. To avoid developing these bone problems as we age, including some high protein vegan snacks in your everyday life!
5. Helps Lower Blood Pressure
Hypertension is one of the major causes of strokes, heart attacks, and kidney diseases. There have been several studies that show how a high protein intake can help lower blood pressure.
6. Helps The Body Heal
If you have experienced any injury, snack on high protein snacks to make the healing process faster. Protein plays a very important role in the organs and tissues of the body. By eating more protein, the body is able to repair itself faster.
High Protein Snacks On The Go
If you want to receive the benefits of high protein vegan snacks mentioned above, or you are just straight out looking for something to snack on, then your search stops here!
With so many snacks out there, choosing the right high protein vegan snack can be overwhelming. Don’t worry, because I got you covered! Here are some vegan choices that you should check out the next time you are in your favorite supermarket:
1. Vegan Jerky
If you love beef jerky during your pre-vegan days, you would probably be happy to know that there is a vegan version of this popular snack.
I was actually very surprised to find out that there are various varieties being sold offline and online. So, I have narrowed down the choices and listed down the top ones that I think you should include in your shopping list.
- Louisville Vegan Jerky
If you are looking for a high protein and low-fat vegan jerky, then choose Louisville Vegan Jerky. The brand offers vegan jerky that is gluten-free and is made from mostly organic, locally sourced ingredients.
Louisville Vegan Jerky currently has five flavors namely:
- Paulette’s Maple Bacon
- Tod’s Smoked Chipotle
- Pete’s Smoked Black Pepper
- Enid’s Perfect Pepperoni
- Reuben’s Smoky Carolina BBQ
Apart from being gluten-free, Louisville Vegan Jerky is also GMO certified and cholesterol free. Get your hands on this handmade vegan jerky by purchasing your stash on their official website.
Although it depends on the flavor, you can expect a bag to have about 240 calories and 21 grams of protein!
- Primal Strips Meatless Jerky
If you are looking for a snack made of high protein sources such as Seitan, Shiitake Mushrooms and Soy, then Primal Strips Meatless Jerky might be the perfect snack for you!
This brand is perfect for vegans because of the following reasons: contain no animal derivatives, Non-GMO, kosher, no preservatives, no cholesterol, no artificial Flavors, high protein, and high energy.
Primal Strips currently has six (6) flavors. And these are:
- Thai Peanut (made of Seitan)
- Mesquite Lime (made of Seitan)
- Teriyaki (made of Seitan)
- Hot & Spicy (Shiitake Mushrooms)
- Hickory Smoked (Soy)
- Texas BBQ (Soy)
If you’re keen to try all these Prima Strips flavors, look for the nearest retailers near you!
Expect about 90 calories and 10 grams of protein per bag.
- Unisoy Vegan Jerky
Unisoy offers plant-based delicacies that are perfect for vegans! The company’s mission is that all its food is delicious and healthy food. Therefore, they make sure that it only uses the best natural ingredients out there.
It also works closely with its partners in ensuring that only the finest products are made and delivered to your doorsteps.
This Los Angeles based company currently offers three varieties of vegan jerky.
- The first one is the Mild Spicy flavor. This flavor combines crushed red peppers and Szechuan type of chili powder.
- The second variety is called Teriyaki and it combines both sweet and salty flavors.
- The last but definitely not the least is the Cracked Black Pepper flavor. This flavor fuses the cracked black, white peppercorns and some lemon.
For more information on their products visit the official website. You will get about 21 grams of protein in a 315 calorie bag.
- Cocoburg Coconut Jerky
With coconuts sourced from the Philippines, Coconut Jerky is handmade in small batches.
It’s the ideal snack for vegans because the jerky is made entirely of coconut and it does not contain any animal ingredients at all. Coconut Jerky is also free from preservatives, soy, and gluten. It is also non-GMO and Paleo.
Coconut Jerky comes in three amazing flavors. And these are:
- Original Coconut Jerky – This flavor is the brand’s flagship. It has a black pepper taste mixed with the natural sweetness of the coconut.
- Ginger Teriyaki Coconut Jerky – What do you get when you mix sweet and salty? Well, you get this jerky flavor. Expect to taste the umami flavor of Teriyaki and ginger.
- Chili Lime Coconut Jerky – If you like a little spice, then this flavor is for you! It combines the heat coming from Thai spice and tropical citrus flavors.
If you’re keen to try all three flavors, pick up the Coconut Jerky Three-Pack Sampler! The bags are about 260 calories, and have 6 grams of protein.
- Sakara Watermelon Jerky
Watermelon is considered a superfruit. It packs a lot of vitamins and nutrients like Vitamins A and C. If you’re looking for something juicy and refreshing, then grab a pack of Sakara Watermelon Jerky.
The great thing about this sweet treat is that it is made from 100% watermelon, and that it has no other additives. And apart from the vitamins mentioned above, this jerky also contains anti-aging oxidants!
Grab a bag of the beautifully packaged Sakara Watermelon Jerky. One bad contains 180 calories and 4 grams of protein.
2. Seapoint Farms’ Dry Roasted Edamame
Are you looking for a simple yet satisfying snack? Check out Seapoint Farms’ Dry Roasted Edamame. It is made from non-GMO soybeans, and each bag contains a healthy dose of hearty proteins.
Seapoint Farms currently has five (4) flavors of its Dry Roasted Edamame. These flavors are:
- Sea Salt
- Spicy Wasabi
- Goji Berry Blend
- Premium Black Edamame – Sea Salt
If you want the Crunchy Coated variety, they have a Premium Black Edamame in Sea Salt available. All these flavors are certified vegan and gluten-free.
For more information visit the official website. A 4 oz. bag has 520 calories, and a whooping 52 grams of protein! Got to love that!
3. Trader Joe's Go Raw Trek Mix
Although I would much rather you prepare your own nuts (look for my recipe further down the blog post), I understand that sometimes we need something to eat on the go.
In that case, on your next trip to Trader Joe’s, you might want to look for its Go Raw Trek Mix. I especially like that they are unsalted and unroasted.
With the following ingredients, you really can’t go wrong with this mix:
A half of cup of trail mix has 300 calories and 10 grams of protein. If you don’t have a Trader Joe’s near you, you can get them here.
4. Protein Bars
If you are on the go and in need of some much-needed protein intake, take a protein bar with you! It’s usually small and can be easily bought from most groceries and convenience stores.
There are plenty of protein bars around but I have looked into some of them that are not only vegan but also contain the highest protein content.
- ProBar Base Bar
Made of Flax and Chia seeds, this vegan and gluten-free snack is a great source of protein. With its all natural ingredients, you will be getting at least 20 grams of plant protein!
The ProBar Base Bar comes in seven (7) delicious variants such as:
- Cookie Dough
- Mint Chocolate
- Peanut Butter Chocolate
- Chocolate Bliss
- Coffee Crunch
- Frosted Coconut
- Frosted Peanut Butter
- Organic Food Bar – Protein
If you are searching for the “best vegan protein bar”, then look no further! Organic Food Bar- Protein has got your back!
This protein bar has a pretty great ingredients list! This is due to its all natural ingredients such as:
- Agave Nectar
- Brown rice protein
- Almond Butter
With all these combined, you get 22 grams of plant-based protein in one bar!
- Vega Sport Bar
If you’re the sporty kind of vegan who is looking for a tasty post-workout snack that is loaded with high protein content, then grab a Vega Sport Bar!
This protein bar was created by a vegan triathlete named Brendan Brazier. Vega Sport Bar contains 20 grams of plant-based proteins.
These proteins come from pea and brown rice proteins. It also contains 3.5 grams of Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs)—isoleucine, leucine, and valine.
The Vega Sport Bar currently has two flavors – Crunchy Peanut Butter and Crispy Mint Chocolate.
5. BRAMI Lupini Beans
Here’s a fun fact: Lupini has the most protein per calorie of any plant on earth. Lupini beans are yellow legume seeds that have more protein than chickpeas and soybeans.
BRAMI Lupini Beans are the perfect snacks you can eat whenever hunger strikes you in between meals.
With its super high protein content, this snack can help keep your skin, bones, blood, and cartilage in tip-top shape.
BRAMI Lupini Beans are non-GMO, Paleo, Gluten-free and of course…vegan! These snacks come in many different flavors. Some of which are:
- Sea Salt
- Garlic & Herb
- Chili Lime
- Hot Pepper
A bad of BRAMI Lupini Beans has 180 calories, and 21 grams of protein. If you want to try this high-protein snack, get it here!
6. The Good Bean Crunchy Chickpeas
Are you looking for a snack that’s crispy, crunchy and high in protein? Well, The Good Bean Crunchy Chickpeas are the perfect candidates!
Each serving of this crunchy chickpea snack has the same amount of protein as almonds. It’s also certified non-GMO, Kosher and Gluten-free!
And most importantly, according to The Good Bean, all of its snacks are dairy-free and vegan!
These “Made in the USA” treats come in several flavors including:
- Chili Lime
- Classic Hummus
- Sea Salt
- Sweet Cinnamon
- Sweet Sriracha
- Thai Coconut
A half a cup of The Good Bean Chickpea snack has about 300 calories, and 14 grams of protein. You can buy them here.
7. Whole Wheat Ezekiel Bread
“Take also unto thee Wheat, and Barley, and beans, and lentils, and millet, and Spelt, and put them in one vessel, and make bread of it…” Ezekiel 4:9
However, you don’t have to be a believer of the Bible to enjoy this high-protein vegan snack.
Ezekiel is one of the only vegan bread brands in the world. Its Whole Wheat Bread is made of ingredients with high-protein content. These ingredients are the six grains and legumes mentioned in the Ezekiel Bible quote.
Apart from all the plant protein that the bread has, it is also high in fiber, non-GMO, diabetic friendly and vegan! Learn more about Ezekiel’s vegan bread from its website which you can find here!
You can enjoy a slice of bread for 80 calories, and you get 4 grams of protein. Does anybody else just grab a slice of bread and eat it without anything else? I do.
8. Siren Dark Chocolate Brownie
When we become vegans, some of us are probably wondering if we can ever have chocolate-based treats ever again. Well, the good news is that we can! Fulfill your chocolate and high-protein cravings with Siren Dark Chocolate Brownie.
Just like all other products from Siren, it is gluten-free, non-GMO, kosher, BPA-free, soy-free and vegan!
Also, this Dark Chocolate Brownie variety from Siren is made from natural flavors. There are no added artificial sweeteners or flavors!
Once in a while is ok to indulge in this cocoa-based snack that has a rich brownie flavor and some dark chocolate chunks thrown in the mix. Doesn’t your mouth just water from reading that!
A 48 grams bag has 190 calories and 12 grams of protein. If you would like to get your hands on some, click here.
9. PROTES Vegan Baked Protein Chips
If protein bars are not your thing and you are more of the chip munching kind of vegan, check out Protes Vegan Baked Protein Chips!
For every 1-ounce serving of Protes (120 calories), you get 15 grams of protein! The protein it has comes from wholesome pea protein, which is very rich in amino acids.
The snack is also non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free and vegan of course! It is low in fat, carbs, and calories so you can enjoy a bag or two without feeling guilty at all.
Protes Vegan Baked Protein Chips currently has four flavors – Tangy Southern Barbecue, Spicy Chili Lime, Zesty Nacho and Toasted Coconut. Grab a pack of 12 or 24 here!
10. Square Organics Lightly Sweet Organic Protein Popcorn
Are you looking for a high-protein vegan snack that you can munch on while watching a movie? If you are, look for a bag of Square Organics Lightly Sweet Organic Protein Popcorn!
Sweetened with only 5 grams of coconut sugar, this snack packs 10 grams of protein and 6 grams of naturally occurring fiber. A bag has 210 calories.
It is made from 100% organic products, it is also non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free, and vegan! Grab a bag here!
11. GoMacro - MacroBar Protein Pleasure Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip
Are looking for a snack that can get you up and running? Grab a MacroBar Protein Pleasure Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip! This snack is made of a blend of sprouted brown rice and peas.
It also has no additives, no preservatives, no refined sugar, and no salt. Sounds amazing, right?
The GoMacro – Macro Protein Pleasure Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip contains 12 grams of organic protein and is 210 calories. Get them here.
12. Mamma Chia Organic Blackberry Hibiscus Vitality Beverage
If a “liquid” snack is more your thing, there’s a high protein vegan option out there for you courtesy of Mamma Chia!
This beverage combines the rich flavors of organic blueberry and Hawaiian Hibiscus Flower.
It’s a great source of Omega-3, fiber, calcium, and protein! A 10 fl-oz bottle has 120 calories and 4 grams of protein.
It’s also rich in antioxidant, gluten-free and vegan! You can buy this vegan drink here.
DIY High Protein Vegan Snacks
If you are looking for high protein snacks, you can actually make our own in the confines of your kitchen! If you have the time and energy (and the culinary skills), you can try making high protein vegan snacks yourself.
If you don’t have any snacks or recipes in mind, here are some that you can recreate. Feel free to tweak some bits and pieces to fit your own personal taste or needs.
1. Tempeh Fries
If you are tired of the regular potato made fries, why not try making Tempeh Fries? This recipe only needs 15 minutes of your time! For this vegan snack, you will need the following ingredients:
- Two (2) packs of Tempeh (8 ounces each)
- ½ Cup of Cornmeal
- Two (2) Tablespoons of Curry Powder
- Two (2) Tablespoons of Seasoning
- Start with cutting the tempeh into sticks, approximately ¼ inch thick. It should resemble that of the usual French Fry cut.
- As you need to pre-cook the tempeh, prepare a large skillet and fill it with about an inch of water. Once it has boiled, simmer the tempeh and cover the skillet for about 10 minutes. Make sure to drain well after.
- In a bowl, mix the cornmeal, curry powder, and seasonings. Roll the moist tempeh stick in the mixture. Make sure each stick is well coated.
- To cook your tempeh fries, use an air fryer. Cook the tempeh fries on each side or until turned slightly golden brown.
2. Make Your Own Trail Mix
If the commercial version of this high-protein snack is not doing it for you, you can actually make your own! The good thing about this DIY Trail Mix is that you can choose whatever you want to add to it, and avoid all the salt and oil!
To give you an idea of what you can do, here’s a simple recipe. The following seeds and nuts are the ones that contain the most protein:
- Sunflower Seeds
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Other dried fruits
1 Mix all the nuts, seeds, and fruit together. Enjoy! Yep, is that easy 🙂
3. Crispy Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie
If you are more of the “crispy” rather than “chewy” cookie enthusiast, we have the perfect high protein vegan chocolate chip cookie recipe for you!
If you can spare 22 minutes of your day, you can try baking these cookies using the following:
- One (1) cup (around 250g) of Almond Butter (You can also use the nut/seed butter of your own choosing)
- 1/4 Cup (60g) of non-dairy milk
- 1/2 cup (80g) Coconut Sugar
- 1 teaspoon of Baking Soda
- 1/4 Cup (30g) Tapioca Starch
- 1/2 teaspoon of Sea Salt
- One (1) tablespoon of Vanilla Extract
- 1/3 cup (60g) Mini Dark Chocolate Chips (vegan of course)
- Start off with preheating the oven to 350 F.
- In a mixing bowl, add the almond butter, non-dairy milk, coconut sugar, and vanilla. Whisk them together.
- Add baking soda and salt. If you are using tapioca starch, add that as well. Stir together to combine all ingredients. Once done, you can add the vegan chocolate chips.
- On a lined baking sheet, place spoonfuls of the cookie batter. Make sure you put enough space between the batter on the sheet as they can expand during the baking process. As this recipe is good for two batches, you might want to add another baking sheet or bake the cookies in two batches.
- Bake the cookies in the 350F oven and wait for about 12-14 minutes.
- When baked, remove from the oven and let it cool for about 5 to 10 minutes before putting them on a cooling rack.
- If you have some leftovers, pack them in an airtight container and keep refrigerated.
4. Vegan Protein Muffins
Here’s an easy 25 minute, four-ingredient high protein, gluten-free and vegan muffin recipe that you will surely love! All you need are the following ingredients:
- One cup of Mashed Banana or Pumpkin (you can also use sweet potatos)
- 1/2 cup of Smooth Nut Butter (you can use Almond Butter if you prefer)
- 1/4 cup of Vegan Cocoa Powder
- 1 to 2 scoops of Protein Powder (vegan of course)
- Optional: Sweetener of choice
- Begin with preheating the oven to 350 F. Prepare your muffin tin with liners.
- Using a mixing bowl or a blender (if you have one), put all your ingredients together and mix well. You should aim for a smooth consistency in your mixture.
- Pour your mixture into the muffin tins. Make sure you don’t pour too much.
- Once ready, put muffin tin inside the oven and bake for about 12-15 minutes.
- If the muffins are ready, remove from oven and allow it to cool completely.
BONUS: To learn how you can make your own high protein vegan snack, check out the video below!
5. No-Bake Protein Bars Recipe
If you have got no time to bake, you can still make this high-protein vegan snack! All you need is to spare 15 minutes of your time and these ingredients:
- ¾ Cup of Coarse Almond Meal
- Two (2) Tablespoon of Chia Seeds
- ¼ Cup of Ground Flax Seeds
- Three (3) Tablespoon of Shredded Coconuts
- ¾ Cup of Rice Protein Powder
- ¼ Cup of Almond Butter
- ¼ Cup of Maple Syrup or Coconut Nectar
- Two (2) ounces of unsweetened vegan-friendly baking chocolates
- In a mixing bowl, add all dry ingredients – almond meal, chia seeds, ground flax seeds, rice protein, and shredded coconut. Mix them all well with a spoon.
- Using a spoon to mix, add the almond butter and the Maple syrup or Coconut Nectar. To make sure that all ingredients are mixed well, use your hands to do so. The texture that you are aiming for should be the crumbly looking one.
- Take a 9 x 5 loaf pan and line with parchment paper. Add the mixture to the pan. Apply pressure and press the mixture with a firm hand. You want to make sure that the mixture is pressed tightly so that it will hold its shape.
- Once you have secured the mixture in the pan, put it in the fridge for at least three to five hours. If you can leave it overnight, the better!
- After refrigeration, take the pan with the parchment paper out and cut them into bars.
6. Vegan Peanut Butter Protein Smoothie
If you are looking for high-protein and high carb snack that can help restore your energy and rebuild your muscle fibers, you might need to make use of your blender!
Make your own Vegan Peanut Butter Protein Smoothie in five minutes! All you need are the following:
- Two (2) Cups of Kale
- Two (2) tablespoons of Hemp Seeds
- One (1) Banana
- One (1) tablespoon of Peanut Butter
- One (1) Cup of Almond or Cashew Milk
- ⅔ Cup of Water
- Two Cups of Ice
- Two (2) tablespoons of Cacao Powder
- One (1) Scoop of Vegan Protein Powder
- Put the banana, kale, peanut butter and hemp seeds in a blender. Turn blender on and let the ingredient blend. To make sure that the hemp seeds and peanut butter do not stick to the side, aim for the center of the blender.
- Add the liquid ingredients and ice to the blender. Blend them briefly for all the ingredients to mix.
- You can then add the powder ingredients to the mix. Blend slowly or the powder would go everywhere. Once everything has been combined and mixed, turn the blender on at a higher speed until the mix looks smooth.
- Pour smoothie mixture into glasses and enjoy! If you are on the go, pour it into a tumbler and take it out with you!
7. Plant Protein Bites
If you are craving for a semi-sweet and salty snack, try making these Plant Protein Bites. Check out the recipe:
- Five (5) Tablespoons of Ground Almonds
- Two (2) Tablespoons of Ground Flax Seeds
- One (1) Teaspoon of Hemp Seeds
- One (1) Teaspoon of Chia Seeds
- One (1) Teaspoon of Spirulina
- Two (2) Tablespoons of Cacao Powder
- One (1) Tablespoon of Vega Protein Powder
- One (1) Tablespoon of Coconut Oil
- One (1) Tablespoon of Maple Syrup
- ½ Teaspoon of Vanilla Extra
- In a mixing bowl, combine all the ingredients together until the texture becomes clay-like.
- Divide the mixture into six spoonfuls. Roll each of them into balls. For some added crunch and flavor, roll the balls in some hemp seeds.
8. High Protein Hemp Hummus
Whether you need a dip for your veggies or a spread for your vegan bread, you can’t go wrong with this High Protein Hemp Hummus recipe! All you need are the following:
- ¼ Cup of Shelled Hemp Seeds
- ½ Teaspoon of Salt
- One (1) clove of garlic (crushed)
- 1½ Cups of Cooked Chickpeas or a can chickpeas, rinsed and drained
- ½ Teaspoon of Ground Cumin
- Two (2) Tablespoons of freshly squeezed lemon juice
- One (1) Tablespoon of Tahini
- ⅓ Cup of Water
- Black pepper
- In a food processor (S-blade), combine hemp seeds and salt. Grind the hemp seeds for about 30 seconds. It should form some sort of fine meal.
- Once that’s done, add the other ingredients like your chickpeas, garlic, lemon, cumin, tahini, and water. Turn the food processor on. In about a minute or two, the mixture should be creamy and smooth. When that consistency is achieved, add black pepper to taste.
- If you want to use your hummus as a dip, choose your favorite vegetables and cut them into pieces! It’s all up to you! You can try carrots, eggplants, zucchini, cucumber and so much more!
- Your homemade High Protein Hemp Hummus is also good for your vegan sandwiches! You can use it as filling! If there are any leftovers, you can still store it in a glass jar and refrigerate for up to five days!
Aside from all the health benefits of protein that we discussed at the beginning of this blog post, as vegans, we need to make sure we are getting the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) of protein every day, and high protein vegan snacks can certainly help us get there.
Whether we opt for the ready-made ones or those that we can make ourselves, the possibilities are almost endless!
I hope I have made your life easier by giving you my list of my favorite high protein vegan snacks. But, if you come across some in the grocery store that I didn’t mention, just make sure you check the ingredients as not all of them are healthy.
If you opt to make snacks yourself, even better! One of the advantages of making your own high protein vegan snack is that you know what ingredients go into it! In this day and age, it’s so much easier to find and to buy vegan ingredients.
If you know any vegan snacks products or snack recipes that are high in protein that I have not included here, feel free to share them in the comment section below! If you know anyone out there who needs this list of snacks, make sure to share this blog post with them on their social media account!