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    15 Healthyish Snacks That Will Actually Fill You Up

    Tasty stuff to have on-the-go or prep ahead of time.

    Snacks should be three things: Filling, delicious, and not a time suck.

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    The thing is that if you're trying to eat a little healthier, it can be tough to find snacks that are convenient and filling but not full of added sugar, sodium, or both.

    That's why we rounded up a bunch of snacks that all look tasty AF, have at least 10 grams of protein to help keep you full, and can either be pretty easily thrown together or made in batches ahead of time.

    Get into it!

    1. Cobb Salad Avocado Toast

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    Get your protein, healthy fats, and complex carbs right here. Plus, I mean, guac, turkey bacon, cheese, and egg? No brainer.

    Get the recipe here.

    2. Blueberry Coconut Greek Yogurt Bowl

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    Throw together this bowl, which has little added sugar but lotsa protein and flavor.

    Get the recipe here.

    3. Skinny Spinach Dip Cups

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    Sneak in some greens and 12 grams of protein in two of these savory treats. Make 'em ahead of time, throw them in the freezer, and heat up when you're ready.

    Get the recipe here.

    4. Cheese Roll-ups

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    These sharp cheddar rollups are super portable and you can eat them as-is or dip them in storebought tomato sauce. Just be sure to read the label to choose a cheese with lower sodium.

    Get the recipe here.

    5. Clementine Greek Yogurt Parfait

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    This recipe offers a nice change from the usual yogurt-berries-granola parfait situation. And it serves four, so make a batch and snack for a few days.

    Get the recipe here.

    6. Curry Chicken Salad on Apple Slices

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    This recipe is super easy to batch prep so that you have easy-to-assemble snacks for a few days.

    Get the recipe here.

    7. Crispy Snack Edamame

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    Get a bag of frozen edamame, throw it in the oven straight from the freezer with some olive oil, salt, pepper, parmesan, and red chili flakes, and crunch away. One cup has about 18 grams of protein.

    Get the recipe here.

    8. Avocado Chicken Salad

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    Mayo-haters rejoice! This creamy AF recipe is mayo free.

    Get the recipe here.

    9. Loaded Turkey Santa Fe Baked Potato Skins

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    Step aside handful of almonds and celery sticks. This is for when you are not messing around snackwise. Two of these guys are about 150 calories and 12g of protein. And if you skip the salt, they're also super low in sodium!

    Get the recipe here.

    10. Protein Pack

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    Assemble this convenient snack box and take it with you wherever. It calls for dragon fruit, but you can sub in kiwi (or any other fruit you like).

    Get the recipe here.

    11. Make-Ahead Smoothie Freezer Packs

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    The only bummer about smoothies is the prep. Use this ingenious method to batch prep your protein-filled smoothies and all you need to do is blend 'n sip!

    Get the recipe here.

    12. 3-Ingredient Almond Butter Bites

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    Two of these bites have 12g of protein but you can also up that by adding your favorite protein powder to the recipe.

    Get the recipe here.

    13. Cheddar Guacamole Cups

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    This requires three ingredients and a microwave. What are you going to do, not eat cheesy guac out of a cheese cup?

    Get the recipe here.

    14. Homemade Beef Jerky

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    Get a steak. Season it with salt, pepper, garlic powder, and chili powder. Pound it. Then bake it for three hours. Voilà; now you have delicious beef jerky to gnaw on whenever you need a savory treat that will last you a while.

    Get the recipe here.

    15. 1-Minute Chocolate Protein Pudding

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    When you want a snack that feels a little dessert-y, you can throw this together with Greek yogurt, unsweetened cocoa powder, your favorite protein powder, and a touch of the sweetener of your choice.

    Get the recipe here.