What are High-Protein Snacks?
High-protein snacks are the perfect alternative to protein shakes. These healthy snacks are packed with protein that supports the growth and maintenance of muscle mass — important whatever your fitness goal.
Plus, we’ve got a range of vegetarian and vegan-friendly snacks — so we’ve got you covered whatever your dietary choices.
When to Take High-Protein Snacks?
Whether you’re looking to fuel up before hitting the gym or an indulgent afternoon pick-me-up, high-protein snacks could be perfect for you.
And, they’re a great post-workout treat and alternative to protein shakes.
Our Protein Snacks
From bars and cookies to spreads and nut butters, we’ve got a range of snacks to keep you fuelled through the day.
First up, there’s our indulgent peanut butter. Our All-Natural Peanut Butter offers an irresistible taste and texture, and is packed with near 30g of protein per 100g. That’s not all, we've added Vitamin E and Magnesium for a convenient boost. Coming in crunchy and smooth flavours.
And, we can’t forget our award-winning Baked Protein Cookie. Winner of ‘The Cleanest Dirty Treat’ in the Men’s Health 2019 Sports Nutrition Awards, it’s baked with quality ingredients, delivers 13g of protein and is vegan-friendly too.*
*Nutritional information will vary depending on flavour.
What are good protein snacks before bed?
Literally any! It depends on how the rest of your diet looks that day but generally speaking protein snacks are great because they'll offer a steady stream of amino acids to your repairing muscles during the night whilst you sleep whilst scratching any last thing at night cravings you may have!
Are protein snacks good for you?
Protein snacks are great sources of protein as well as fibre in most cases. They may also be fortified with vitamins and minerals in a calorie friendly package. Substituting these into your diet in place of less nutritious, more calorie-dense options would be a healthier option.
Are high protein snacks good?
How "good" they are depends on your goals, but the protein snacks we stock are all nutritionally dense whilst being calorie friendly.
Are protein shakes good snacks?
That depends on what the purpose of use is, but they are one of the most calorie efficient protein sources available and can be a great way to promote recovery as well as help with hunger and cravings between meals!
How can I get enough protein without eating meat?
There are plenty of non-meat sources to choose from! Dairy can be a great help as it's a complete protein (animal source) without necessarily having to deal with the ethical side of meat intake. Aside from that, there is a range of vegan/ other vegetarian options to choose from, including nuts, beans and legumes, vegetables and grains.