10 of the best healthy and nutritious paleo snack foods

Struggling to find something healthy & nutritious to snack on to keep you going all day.

Here are 10 of our favourites.

Nuts

Nuts are a great Paleo snack because they’re so portable: just toss a few in a baggie and run out the door. Try almonds, cashews, or macadamia nuts, but avoid peanuts, which are actually legumes.
Hard-boiled eggs – eggs aren’t just a breakfast food! Hard-boiled eggs are simple to make and travel well for a protein boost on the go.


Jerky

If you can't find store-bought jerky with no sugar or soy sauce, get in touch with us here wholesale@paleolicious.com.au. We make this great Paleo snack option to order. Beef is traditional, but buffalo and turkey & kangaroo jerky are also tasty. 


Fresh fruit

Fruit is easy to transport and holds up well at room temperature. An apple, a banana, or an orange makes for a quick and simple Paleo snack.

 

Chopped raw veggies

If you chop up some carrot or celery sticks on Sunday afternoon and toss them into plastic bags in the fridge, you’ll have an easy Paleo snack to grab and go all week.

 

Blue Dinosaur Paleo Bars

Most commercial energy bars are full of grains and toxic chemicals, but Blue Dinosaur Paleo Bars are nothing but dates, nuts, and spices. They’re great for a quick Paleo snack on the go.


Can of tuna

any grocery stores sell single-serving cans of tuna: some of them even have a convenient peel-off lid so you don’t need a can opener.


Dried fruit

Be sparing with this one, as dried fruit is high in sugar, but for an active athlete this can be a great energy boost.


Roasted pumpkin seeds

You can buy these separately, or just scoop out the seeds when you cook a pumpkin, and roast them in some coconut oil with a dash of sea salt until they’re a light golden-brown.


Meat and veggie skewers

For a gourmet Paleo snack (or finger food for a party), arrange folded slices of deli meat, cherry tomatoes, cucumber slices, and other veggies on a skewer and enjoy.