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11. Pistachios are a good source of plant-based protein as well as a lot of fiber and unsaturated fat.

Additionally, they have significantly fewer calories than other nuts. Pistachios tip the scales at only 4 calories for every nut, while Brazil nuts are 33 calories each.

Walnuts with cracks on a green wooden table.
12. Walnuts Walnuts are great for their own reasons, and pistachios aren’t the only great nuts on the market.

When compared to all other nuts, they have the highest concentration of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, which will help you feel fuller for longer.

Simmered hot chickpeas in a paper cone.
13. Heated chickpeas

These tidbits are not difficult to make at home, and will give you incredible fiber without stuffing yourself loaded with a sack of chips.

Simply toss your chickpeas with olive oil after draining and drying them. Bake the delicious stuffed ham and cheese rolls for 30 to 40 minutes at 450 degrees Fahrenheit, seasoning with salt and other spices of your choice.
14. Wheels with ham and cream cheese Ham is an excellent protein source, and the cream cheese provides some healthy fat. Combining the two will aid in satisfying your hunger and prevent the onset of additional cravings.

The ease with which ham and cream cheese wheels can be prepared in advance makes them even better. Essentially spread out a piece of ham, spoon some cream cheddar into the center, roll the ham up into a cylinder, and cut it into little pieces to eat.

15. Trail blend

However there are a lot of choices for trail blend at the store, we generally really like to make our own.

Also, this recipe is excessively straightforward not to make: 1/3 cup whole-grain cereal, 2 tablespoons pecans, 1 tablespoon unsweetened shredded coconut, and 1 tablespoon dark chocolate chips or cacao nibs

With a wooden spoon, close up of homemade almond butter.
16. Strawberries and almond butter We don’t know about you, but we are perfectly content to eat almond butter by the spoonful.

On the other hand, submerging a strawberry in the almond butter sounds like an even better idea.

Your sweet tooth will also be satisfied by this protein-rich snack.

Granola-based protein balls with dried cranberries in closeup.
17. Protein balls that don’t need to be baked You can get very creative with the options for your protein balls that don’t need to be baked. Here is an example to get you started:

Mix the protein powder, chocolate chips, nut butter, dried fruit, shredded coconut, and rolled oats together. Roll into little balls and put in the cooler.