28. Turkey Roll-ups
Turkey roll-ups are technically a sandwich without the refined carbs from bread. They are easy to prepare and super nutritious.
Just wrap your favorite cheese (cream cheese or cheese slices) and veggies inside a turkey slice to make these. Low carb, high protein snacks like these help regulate your appetite by improving blood sugar levels.
Each wrap contains around 5 g of protein from the turkey and cheese, as well as some extra nutrients and fiber from the added veggies.
27. Greek Yogurt
Greek yogurt is a delicious high-protein snack containing 20 g of protein per cup. It also is a great source of calcium, which supports bone health. Other kinds of yogurt that contain less protein will not keep you full for as long.
Add some layers of granola, berries and honey to make it a delicious yogurt parfait. Granola will increase the amount of protein, but be mindful of how much you add because it will increase calories substantially.
26. Veggies and Yogurt Dip
It is never a bad idea to increase your vegetable intake. However, veggies are quite low in protein, so it is best to pair them with a high-protein dip, such as yogurt dip.
To make a high-protein yogurt dip, just combine greek yogurt with herbs and flavorings such as lemon, dill and garlic.
Take some time out of your day to chop up a ton of veggies and make a big batch of yogurt dip. Portion out the veggies and dip them into snack containers so you can conveniently snack on them throughout the week.