What is a great high protein low fat recipe for snack food?
- Cherokee BillieLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
This is one of my favorite snacks That will leave you feeling very satisfied. I hope you enjoy it.
One package dried garbanzo beans
Soak dried garbanzo beans overnight in water. Drain well, then place on nonstick baking sheet in a single layer. Sprinkle on onion powder and garlic powder to taste. Bake in 350-degree oven for 1 1/2 hours or less until beans are brown and crisp.
This is a high protein, low-fat snack. Easy to make and enjoy!
- 1 decade ago
Here is What I suggest:
Go to the store and buy the following items
Whey Protien(Vanilla Flavor)
Nonfat Plain Yogurt
Make A smoothie using about 1 scoop of whey protien, 1/3 cup of yogurt, 1/2 cup oj, 1 bannana and 1/3 cup frozen berries
Blend and Enjoy
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Eat nourishing food with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables being part of it. Chew each morsel at least 32 times. This will activate signal to the brain as soon as u have had enough. Besides this change in eating style, take regular light exercises and brisk walks every day. U will be able to gain/shed all extra weight gracefully and in a reasonable time span. No food or drink in between the food and not more than three meals a day, unless u r diabetic.NO SPECIAL DIETS.
- Anonymous5 years ago
Tuna fish is a good one as long as you get it packed in water and not oil. For breakfast I eat like a fiber bar or a granola bar. I stay away from all of those protein or energy bars. Most are high in calories or expensive or they taste bad. If you're trying to lose weight you shouldn't be eating nuts anyway. Nuts are very high in fat.
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- RBRNLv 51 decade ago
Low-fat peanut butter, raisins & apple slices with a dab of honey on whole grain bread sandwich. Cut into quarters for kids or snacking.
Or, mash bananas, put into bowl. Chop peanuts in food processor. Add to bananas. Put into fridge until firmed up. Take out and roll into bite size balls. Return to fridge. Take out and eat while chilled. (if room temp they may be too soft)
- KNDLv 51 decade ago
Deer jerkey. Almost no fat and about 25 grams of protein per serving.
- 1 decade ago
small can of tuna in springwater
or unsalted nuts and sultanas