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Staying topped up on protein can be tricky when you're on-the-go. That's why we've created a delicious range of high-protein foods, including protein bars, brownies, and cookies. These snacks are perfect for carrying you through your day and helping you reach your protein goals.

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What are High-Protein Foods?

High-protein foods are the perfect way of increasing your daily protein intake throughout the day. These delicious and super-convenient snacks are a great alternative to your usual protein shakes. From protein bars and cookies to spreads and indulgent nut butters, we’ve got a range of the best high-protein foods to support every fitness goal.

What are the Best High-Protein Foods?

Protein Bars - a fast and convenient way to get more protein into your everyday diet. Whether you’re looking for an afternoon pick-me-up or a post-workout treat, our protein bars are for you.

Our 6-Layer Bar is the most indulgent bar we’ve created yet. Featuring six irresistible layers of taste and texture, this guilt-free snack will support your fitness goals and curb sweet-tooth cravings.

And, if you’re looking to upgrade your snacking, then look no further than The Carb Crusher. Packed with protein alongside essential vitamins and minerals, these deliciously chocolatey treats really raise the bar.

Protein Cookies - sometimes you just need to have a cookie. When you’re craving something indulgent, you really need to get your hands on a Filled Protein Cookie. Baked with chocolate chips, we’ve filled the centre with a delicious gooey caramel — you won’t believe it’s high in protein and low in sugar.

That’s not all. We can’t talk about protein cookies without mentioning our award-winning Baked Cookie. Winner of ‘The Cleanest Dirty Treat’ in the Men’s Health 2019 Sports Nutrition Awards, each cookie is baked with the finest ingredients including coconut oil and pea protein — so they’re vegan-friendly too.

What are the Best High-Protein Foods?

    If you’re following a plant-based diet, don’t worry. We’ve got a range of delicious high-protein foods to meet your needs.

    Our Vegan Carb Crusher is packed with 15g of protein, from plant-based sources, they’re low in sugar and totally delicious. Did we mention the three mouth-watering flavours? There’s Chocolate Orange, Chocolate Sea Salt, and Peanut Butter.


    What Breakfast foods are high in protein

    There are many breakfast foods that are high in protein. Some of the most popular options include:

    • Eggs: Eggs are a classic breakfast food that is high in protein and other nutrients. They can be cooked in a variety of ways, such as scrambled, boiled, or poached.
    • Oatmeal: Oatmeal is a good source of protein and fiber. It can be eaten plain or topped with fruit, nuts, or seeds.

    These are just a couple of examples of high protein breakfast foods, if you are looking for some simple recipes to follow take a look at these 5 High-Protein Muscle-Building Breakfast Recipes to help start your day on the right foot.

    What high-protein foods are there for vegans?

    Protein foods for vegans are difficult to come by as most sources are meat based. So we designed a range of delicious, nutritious and diet-friendly snack options that are perfect for any vegan diet.

    What protein foods are good for weight loss?

    All protein foods can be good for weight loss if they help you achieve a calorie deficit. Likewise, any protein food could be detrimental to weight loss if it pushes you out of a calorie deficit. It's how the foods are incorporated into your diet that matters.

    How often should I eat protein-rich foods?

    It depends entirely on the person and their goals, but generally speaking anywhere between 2 - 3 hours would be a good start to get the most out of your dietary protein. But every 4 - 6 hours would be perfectly fine too.

    Can I eat protein every hour?

    In theory, yes, but it wouldn't be advised. It could cause digestive issues as it takes time for the body to break it down and use effectively. So constantly supplying the body with protein will likely just lead to bloating and or it being converted for storage.