Satisfy Your Cravings With These 50 Paleo Snacks

Paleo Snack Recipes

When you first start eating paleo, finding snacks that fit the guidelines can be an overwhelming task. The paleo diet has many health benefits, but finding low-carb, high-fat foods in the modern world may be tricky. Though most common vending machine snacks will not be paleo, you will not miss processed chips and cookies once you learn how to make these delicious paleo snacks. Most of them are made from nuts, seeds, almond flour, coconut oil, and honey, so they provide just enough protein and sugar to keep you feeling full and energetic throughout the day. Whether you are craving something salty or something sweet, there is definitely a snack on this list for you.

Satisfy Your Cravings With These 50 Paleo Snacks

Best Paleo Snacks

1. 3 Ingredient Gluten Free & Paleo Crackers

3 Ingredient Gluten Free & Paleo Crackers

Detailed recipe and credit – almostsupermom.com

There are plenty of fantastic paleo snack recipes available for dips, but it can be hard to find a tasty, crunchy cracker to eat all of those dips with. These crackers have a mild flavor that works well with sweet or savory spreads, but they are also absolutely delicious on their own. They are incredibly easy to make, and the recipe is so versatile that you can create crackers of any size or shape. You can also spice them up by including fresh herbs or cheese in the crackers.

2. Paleo Snack Mix

Paleo Snack Mix

Detailed recipe and credit – cookeatpaleo.com

Anyone who eats paleo knows that nuts make the perfect snack, but just eating handfuls of plain walnuts or pecans all the time can become very boring. This recipe uses a blend of almonds, walnuts, and cashews to create a flavorful and nutritious snack mix that is perfect at any time of the day. The flavorings include both sweet and hot paprika, so you get a yummy flavor that is smoky, sweet, and absolutely delicious.

3. Baked Carrot Fries

Baked Carrot Fries

Detailed recipe and credit – healyeatsreal.com

One of the things that people miss the most when they first start trying to follow the paleo diet are classic, greasy, fried french fries from fast food restaurants. This recipe is the perfect nutritious substitute. The mildly sweet flavor of carrots makes them into a tasty fry, and carrots are also packed with vitamin A and other nutrients. Since these carrot fries are baked instead of deep fried, they are low in calories while still being crisp and crunchy.

4. Honey Chipotle Meatballs

Honey Chipotle Meatballs

Detailed recipe and credit – primallyinspired.com

Paleo foods are full of protein and healthy fats, and these meatballs are no exception. They’re made from a blend of beef and pork, and then they are topped with a yummy honey chipotle sauce that is both spicy and sweet. These meatballs can be used as a great paleo snack recipe when served on their own, or you can top a serving of spaghetti squash noodles or cauliflower rice with the meatballs to make a complete meal.

5. Paleo Samosa

Paleo Samosa

Detailed recipe and credit – myheartbeets.com

Indian food is typically plant-based, so it is no surprise that many Indian classics can be used to create tasty paleo snack recipes. Samosas are traditionally a floury flatbread filled with a savory filling, so a quick switch from wheat flour to almond flour makes them the ideal paleo snack. This recipe serves the tasty little samosas with a sweet potato filling, but you could also fill them with a mixture of meat or pine nuts.

6. Paleo Baked Avocado Fries

Paleo Baked Avocado Fries

Detailed recipe and credit – stupideasypaleo.com

Avocados are a fantastic source of healthy fats, so they have always been one of the top paleo foods. Most people just slice up avocado and serve it raw, but avocado can actually be delicious when it is cooked for a brief period of time. This recipe creates a crushed pork rind coating for long slices of avocado that are then baked in the oven. The resulting treat has a salty, crunchy coating and a soft, creamy interior.

7. Paleo Coconut Salmon Bites

Paleo Coconut Salmon Bites

Detailed recipe and credit – wickedspatula.com

Salmon is everyone’s favorite paleo fish because it is full of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids that are essential for maintaining the body’s health. This recipe might sound fancy, but it is actually fast and simple to create little snack sized salmon chunks that will satisfy cravings for crunchy snack bites. The shredded coconut coating provides a crisp, sweet flavor that goes perfectly with the sweet chili dipping sauce. The key to getting enough crunch on the bites is to avoid overcrowding the pan.

8. Tomato, Avocado, and Salami Bites

Tomato, Avocado, and Salami Bites

Detailed recipe and credit – mylifecookbook.com

Plenty of recipes for bacon cups already exist, but this paleo snack recipe puts a European twist on the trend and makes it much easier to create crunchy meat cups. Round slices of salami are quickly baked in a muffin tin until they turn into crisp little cups that can be filled with a mix of avocado and tomatoes. The flavor is similar to a BLT sandwich, but these snack cups are paleo and low carb.

9. Paleo Sweet Potato Chips

Paleo Sweet Potato Chips

Detailed recipe and credit – amazingpaleo.com

You might be able to find baked root chips at your local grocery store, but these classic paleo snacks are often overpriced and underwhelmingly flavored. The secret to this tasty recipe is avocado oil, which helps the sweet potato slices to become crisp and crunchy without burning. If you have a mandolin slicer, this snack can be made in just a couple of minutes, but no fancy kitchen equipment is necessary.

10. Crispy Garlic Bread Chickpeas

Crispy Garlic Bread Chickpeas

Detailed recipe and credit – thegarlicdiaries.com

Roasted chickpeas are not very common, but these crunchy little treats are quick and easy to make. The small size of chickpeas makes them easy to snack on, and these tasty treats are packed with protein and beneficial fiber. After just a few minutes in the oven, chickpeas become crisp and crunchy on the outside, so they make an ideal snack. This recipe uses garlic powder and cayenne pepper to create a spicy, salty flavor that is reminiscent of garlic bread.

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