19. Roasted Chickpeas

Roasted Chickpeas

Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are a nutrient-dense legume. They are a good source of protein and fiber. A half-cup provides 7.5 g of protein and 6 of fiber! In addition to that, chickpeas are high in iron, magnesium, copper, phosphorus and folate.

To make them extra tasty, roast them after coating them in olive oil and then toss them in some seasonings. Roasting chickpeas creates a satisfying crunch and makes them a perfect snack for on the go.

18. Hummus and Veggies

Hummus Veggies

Hummus is one of the healthiest dips there is. It is made from chickpeas, tahini and olive oil. Just 1/3 cup contains 4 g of protein and many other nutrients! Pack some veggies and hummus in separate portable containers, and you’ll have yourself a refreshing, healthy snack!

17. Cottage Cheese

Cottage Cheese

Although some people can’t stand the texture, cottage cheese is known for containing loads of protein. It’s a super-filling snack and can be eaten on the go.

Half a cup of cottage cheese provides 14 g of protein. In fact, that is 69% of its total calorie content. Wow! In addition to the protein, it also contains other important nutrients, such as calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin B12!

Cottage cheese can be enjoyed on its own or combined with fruits for some added flavor.


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