Tuna is packed with protein and contains other nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin b and selenium! To level up your tuna, mix it with some greek yogurt, chopped up celery, lemon juice, dijon, parsley, salt and pepper.
One cup of tuna has an impressive 39 g of protein, and adding greek yogurt will add even more. You’re sure to stay full for a long time after eating this!
24. Hard-Boiled Eggs
Prepare a few hard-boiled eggs at the start of the week to have on hand as a healthy snack! Not only are they high in protein, but also B vitamins and trace minerals. One egg contains 6 g of protein! You’ll stay full and satisfied until your next meal.
23. Peanut Butter Celery Sticks
Spread some peanut butter onto celery sticks for a simple, delicious and healthy snack. Compared to other snacks, these don’t have a very high amount of protein but are still a good option.
The peanut butter provides 4 g of protein per tablespoon. Peanut butter is known to be dense and filling, so it is sure to satisfy your cravings.