Paleo Diet Snacks

Making your own Paleo Diet Snacks is as easy as 1 2 3. Snacking is good for you, and it doesn’t always have to be the bad stuff that we reach for when wanting one. Snacking in between meals should be guilt feel and taste good.

We tend to run to the unhealthy snack because we feel there can’t possibly be anything tasty and healthy that we can snack on. You don’t need to ruin your diet when making choices on what to eat in between meals. Our stomach may sometime seems to growl in between the larger meals we eat every day. Go for it and snack on fun, healthy, crunchy foods.

The Paleo Diet snacks allow you to do so without feeling deprived of your hungry appetite. The possibilities are not only endless with the Paleo diet but also fun and worth checking out.

You might be wondering what kind of things I can snack on while being on the Paleo diet. The answer to that is: many things! Paleo Diet snacks are made from excellent natural ingredients. Meats, fruits, vegetables and nuts are many of the choices in the Paleo Diet. There are many filling choices and guilt free choices. You will not be eating processed toxic snacks like you are used to. These snacks will provide you with lots of energy, protein, vitamins and everything to get you through your day and make you feel like a million bucks while doing it. Your body will be well nourished in between all of your meals. The best thing is you won’t be starving yourself to death.

Some of the snacks may include great choices such as: Herb flavored beef jerky, crispy zucchini chips, sweet banana chips, nut/fruit balls or sweet and savory honey rosemary roasted figs. Now you may feel overwhelmed with how to make these snacks. But it is simple, even for the most unexperienced cook. Making your own Paleo Diet Snacks can be fun and easy.

Below you will find some Paleo approved diet snacks that will tickle your senses and make you drool with healthy delight. Banana chips are a great sweet crispy snack. The ingredients you will need are bananas, pinch of salt, turmeric and butter. Peel your bananas and slice them into about 1/8 of an inch slices. Sprinkle turmeric and salt in a bowl of ice water and soak the banana slices in the bowl of water for about ten minutes. Then place the bananas on a paper towel so they can dry off. Melt some butter in a frying pan and once that is hot cook small batches of the bananas at a time until they are crispy. This should only take about 2 minutes per batch. Let the banana chips cool and presto! You have a delicious Paleo approved snack. This is only one example of a great Paleo Diet snack. Now get creative and try exploring a healthy new take on what we used to think was taboo: Snacking.