When hunger strikes, be ready with these Whole30 snacks!
Appease your growling belly with loaded fries, spinach artichoke dip, chicken wings, and chocolatey bars. WHAT.
Easy and Delicious Whole30 Snack Recipes
The Whole30 diet is pretty restrictive. You cannot have sugar, grains, dairy, or additives.
These limitations make it challenging to plan meals, let alone snacks.
Luckily, all these snacks are 100 percent Whole30 approved.
Next time you feel a snack attack coming on, pick one out. These Whole30 snacks will satisfy both your hunger- and your cravings.
Whole30 egg muffins are an excellent high-protein snack. They are easy to make and light on the wallet.
The savory sausage with bell pepper and spinach is a great combo. However, these are customizable.
You can make them vegetarian or try different spices. Just be sure to eat them in moderation.
They also freeze well. So you can stash a batch in the freezer for later.
These baked apple chips are fun for the whole family. They’re a little sweet, totally natural, and delightfully crispy.
The warming sprinkle of cinnamon and a hint of lemon highlights the sweetness.
Go ahead, and take a bite. They will satisfy your sweet tooth and curb your hunger.
Feeling extra hungry? Serve them with homemade almond butter.
Are you running on empty? Grab one of these date energy balls.
They are no-bake, gluten-free, and vegan. Yes, they’re Whole30 compliant too.
Each morsel contains nuts, dates, unsweetened coconut, and almond butter. So they have plenty of fuel to offer.
I like to keep some on hand for when I feel myself lagging. They’re a fantastic kid-friendly snack too.
Healthy smoothies are one of my favorite Whole30 snacks.
With every sip, you nourish your body and appease your tummy. And this one is bursting with berries!
The berry medley, cashew butter, nut milk, and chia seed combo is so yummy.
It also gives you a much-needed antioxidant boost.
Add a banana for a sweeter flavor. Or leave it out if you prefer smoothies without bananas.
Missing your beloved bag of greasy chips? Swap them out for kale chips.
Unlike regular potato chips, kale chips are low-cal, low-carb, and nutritious.
These lean green crispy chips are also easy to make.
So go on, munch on these until your heart’s content. The zesty seasoning and satisfying crunch make these chips addicting.
Almost as addicting as the real thing. Good thing they are healthy!
Get your pumpkin fix in with these wholesome muffins.
Each one is chock-full of pumpkin puree and pumpkin spice. And they’re sweetened with dates, so there is zero added sugar.
Almond and coconut flour also swap out the all-purpose flour.
If you have a nut allergy, skip the pecans. Otherwise, sprinkle them on top.
Need a party appetizer that does not break your diet? Everyone will love these deviled eggs!
Whole30 mayo makes this classic appetizer diet-friendly.
The egg yolk mixture is creamy with some bite. It’s just the way it should be.
Serve them to your friends, and they won’t be able to tell the difference.
Homemade spicy nuts are a fantastic snack to keep on hand.
They’re high-protein, pack well, and are easy to snack on anywhere.
The added spicy seasoning is a nice touch. It adds a little punch, making them more enticing than plain nuts.
Speaking of nuts, use any assortment you like.
Plantain chips are such a treat. They have a wonderful texture and naturally sweet flavor.
Like regular bananas, plantains sweeten as they ripen. Pick them out according to your taste preferences.
Also, give the chips a pinch of sea salt. It complements and enhances the flavor of the chips.
Munch on them all by their lonesome. Or serve them alongside a dip.
They taste amazing with guacamole. You can also serve them with Whole30 hummus.
Are you getting hungry, but you don’t want to ruin your dinner? Tide yourself over with these zucchini chips.
These low-cal nibbles are a light bite. They’re sliced razor-thin, which makes them very crisp.
Hot smoked paprika and cumin coat them with extra flavor. Substitute the spices if you prefer something else.
These chips take some time to make, though. I suggest making them in advance to avoid getting hangry.
Good news, avocado lovers! You can have your guacamole and eat Whole30 too.
Avocados are a superfood full of healthy fats and antioxidants. And this colorful dip is the best Whole30 version.
The avocado melds with red onion, cumin, lime, garlic, and cilantro. It’s creamy, fresh, and addicting.
I could eat the whole bowl!
Mexican restaurants always have the best salsa.
And guess what? Now you do, too- thanks to this recipe.
The secret is using fire-roasted canned tomatoes. It nixes the need to roast tomatoes, cutting down on time. Plus, it gives it a big tomato flavor.
Whereas garlic, cumin, lime, onion, cilantro, and jalapeno make it restaurant-quality.
So go on and whip up a batch. It only takes 15 minutes to make.
Calling all fellow Brussels sprouts lovers! You have got to get in on these sprouts.
The air fryer gives these green gems the most exquisite texture. They’re crisp and tender.
And every sprout is coated in sugary maple syrup. The sweetness with the bitter and earthy sprouts dances on your tongue.
Pair them with the creamy sauce for a boost of flavor. Just be sure to use Whole30-friendly mayo.
Store-bought almond butter can contain additives. For the Whole30 diet, that’s a no-go.
Fortunately, you can make it at home instead.
Homemade almond butter is so nutty, creamy, and fresh. I think it’s better than store-bought.
Sadly, you can’t sink your teeth into a fudgy brownie. On the bright side, you sure can eat these breakfast bars!
They’re chocolatey, nutty, and sweet. Take a bite. You will notice they taste similar to a brownie.
Dates and cocoa powder make them Whole30 compliant. They’re also what makes them so darn yummy.
How could buffalo chicken dip be Whole30? Easy, use homemade mayo and coconut cream.
Savory, creamy, spicy, and bold, this dip is addicting.
It has all the flavors you want from regular buffalo chicken dip. Plus, it’s made with ingredients you can eat.
Pair it with a side of celery sticks to keep your snacking Whole30.
And remember, sharing is caring. I think your friends will want a bite too.
It does not matter whether you’re entertaining a crowd or just your taste buds. Caramelized onion and bacon dip is a must.
The sweet caramelized onions, salty bacon, and creamy base make it irresistible.
Nutritional yeast is also a nice touch. It makes it somewhat cheesy without adding dairy.
Take it up a notch and add cayenne and red chili pepper flakes.
It is 100 percent dairy-free, keto, paleo, and Whole30.
Chicken wings are a crowd-pleasing appetizer.
The trouble is, they are not always diet-approved. Luckily for you, these are.
And they’re finger-licking good too!
Each juicy wing is dripping with spices and buffalo sauce.
Do your friends a favor and make them for game day.
You know all those dips I just mentioned? These gluten-free crackers are the perfect accompaniment.
They are also great to have around when you get a little hungry.
The crackers require only four ingredients and come in five flavors.
Take your pick- from curry, Italian, ranch, garlic parmesan, or everything bagel seasoning.
Or skip the flavoring if you have already had your daily allotment of spices.
Feeling famished? Fix up these loaded sweet potato sliders.
These sliders double as a snack and a meal.
Each slider features a ground beef patty, guacamole, and chipotle ranch.
They’re savory, spicy, sweet, creamy, and satisfying.
Oh, and I almost forgot! There’s also Whole30 bacon in the guacamole. #baconmakeseverythingbetter
Giving up bread is not an easy thing to do. Fortunately, sweet potato toast is a thing!
The starches in the potato help appease your bread craving. Plus, the toppings make it even more enticing.
Each slice has mashed avocado and a jammy egg.
This is like the new-and-improved avocado toast. You get the flavor you want with a nutritional boost.
Tuna cucumber cups are great for a snack or a party. They look fancy, but they are easy to make.
The inside of each cucumber cup gets stuffed with a creamy tuna salad filling. It is nutritious, delicious, inexpensive, and quick.
Don’t you wish all snacks were like that? I sure do!
Store-bought applesauce sometimes has added sugar. Whole30 applesauce is sugar-free.
It’s also made with just two ingredients. Yes, just two!
Apples and water, that’s it. This is applesauce you can eat and feel better giving to your kids.
Don’t worry. It won’t take long, either. One batch only takes 20 minutes.
Traditional hummus is full of chickpeas. Paleo hummus is full of cauliflower.
And you know what that means, right? It’s Whole30 diet-friendly too.
The flavor of the cauliflower lends itself well to hummus. Especially when you roast it. It takes on a sweeter, fuller flavor.
Pair it with the standards like cumin, lemon, and tahini. Then grab those veggie sticks and dive in.
25. Baba Ganoush
Baba ganoush is like the sibling of hummus.
It has many of the same ingredients. The exception is it calls for roasted eggplant instead of chickpeas.
And this version is the best!
It’s savory, smoky, earthy, and lemony. Add the za’atar seasoning, and it is even better.
The herbs and spices in this Middle Eastern seasoning are very complementary.
Don’t want to give up the beloved spinach artichoke dip? You don’t have to!
With a few substitutions, you can make it Whole30 diet-approved. And it’s just as delicious as ever.
The coconut cream and Whole30 mayo make it taste indulgent.
Add nutritional yeast, and it even tastes cheesy. And there’s no dairy. At all.
Before you say “no way”, let me tell you about these fries.
First, they only contain four ingredients: potatoes, olive oil, salt, and pepper.
Second, they’re not fried. You can either bake them or air fry them.
So yes, you can eat fries on the Whole30 diet too!
These baked meatballs are great for a snack, appetizer, or dinner.
They’re made with ground beef, dried herbs, and garlic. An egg and almond flour help with the binding.
Smother them in the marinara sauce and grab a fork. The sauce contains no added sugar, so it’s also Whole30.
Easy shrimp ceviche is speaking my language! It’s as fresh as an ocean breeze and tastes like paradise.
The plump shrimp cook in a citrus bath with jalapeno, onion, and cucumber.
After chilling, tomato, avocado, and cilantro get invited to the party.
Serve it at a shindig or keep it all to yourself. I won’t blame you if you don’t want to share.
Snack time just met its match with these Whole30 sweet potato fries.
They come loaded with fried eggs, guacamole, and thick-cut bacon. To finishing touch? The fries get tossed in a delectable spice blend.
If you are not yet convinced that Whole30 snacks are mouthwatering, take a bite. These fries will make a believer out of you.
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