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What are your favorite packaged Paleo snacks?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created February 01, 2013 at 11:02 PM

Hi guys, I have no trouble at all eating sit-down paleo meals, but I need help finding dependable on-the-go snacks.

I found other posts about bars, nut and fruit mixes, smoothies and quick-prep snacks.

But I need something for the stuck-in-traffic hunger strike... or for the no-space-between-meetings days. And honestly, the "I feel like having a small treat without having to pull out the almond flour and maple syrup" sun(days).

Do you guys have any tips on packaged yet paleo-friendly snacks? Good options seem to be limited, but foundable on Amazon...

Any recommendations on brands?

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on February 03, 2013
at 05:35 AM

300 degree oven-- chop kale into chip size pieces. Toss in oil. Lay flat on a baking sheet and start checking and turning, moving around the baking sheet at about 20 minutes. The outer edges get done first, I remove the chips as they are done and salt them after baking.

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on February 03, 2013
at 05:34 AM

Lara bars give me too much of a sugar rush like regular junk candy bars. I find these to be too processed. Lots of carbs per calories. I like to keep beef jerky, hard boiled eggs, kale chips. All great go to snacks!

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on February 02, 2013
at 04:32 PM

You can also make your own kale chips for a fraction of the price and much better freshness.

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on February 02, 2013
at 06:04 AM

what brand? I am trying to find one thats fried in a healthy oil

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on February 02, 2013
at 05:21 AM

Chicarrones or fried pork rinds have been a staple for me for a few weeks now since I started the autoimmune protocol. Baken ets is Frito Lay's version and available at grocery stores. If you can find a local Mexican carniceria, their store made fried pork rinds ( chicarrones) tastes way better. I eat chicarrones with a plain romaine salad for lunch and snack on them as needed.

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on February 02, 2013
at 12:22 AM

Try snacks that are incredibly dense in nutrients: seafood.

These are often dried snacks in Asian countries.

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on January 31, 2014
at 11:41 PM

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on February 02, 2013
at 08:46 AM

Beef Jerky!! I get this Brand called Pacific gold I think that's all natural with no MSG and is honestly the best beef jerky I've ever had, it's really tender

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on February 02, 2013
at 06:02 AM

Plantain chips <3 though they are expensive and few stores carry them... still if you find them, enjoy!!

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on February 02, 2013
at 05:55 AM

My favorite packaged paleo snacks are Caveman cookies and Kale chips. Both these are extremely tasty and quite addicting snacks and they serve me best when I am starved for time on hectic days. They are also easily available on Amazon and in a few stores in NYC. Dried fruits and fruit chips are the other paleo snacks that I usually enjoy on a lazy Sunday evening.

35ba1f50dad25c85ac1aa2599fe5c5cb

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on February 02, 2013
at 04:32 PM

You can also make your own kale chips for a fraction of the price and much better freshness.

C657d176db6f11f98aeb2a89071e3281

(842)

on February 03, 2013
at 05:35 AM

300 degree oven-- chop kale into chip size pieces. Toss in oil. Lay flat on a baking sheet and start checking and turning, moving around the baking sheet at about 20 minutes. The outer edges get done first, I remove the chips as they are done and salt them after baking.

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on February 02, 2013
at 03:39 AM

Larabar's....? I am bad about running my son to school in he morning before having a bite to eat, and need back up in the car. Before Paleo it was breakfast bars. These are a good solution for me to have on hand in a pinch. I just make sure to get the ones with fruit and nuts (not peanuts obviously) only.

C657d176db6f11f98aeb2a89071e3281

(842)

on February 03, 2013
at 05:34 AM

Lara bars give me too much of a sugar rush like regular junk candy bars. I find these to be too processed. Lots of carbs per calories. I like to keep beef jerky, hard boiled eggs, kale chips. All great go to snacks!

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on February 02, 2013
at 02:24 AM

baked potato chips w/ sea salt

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on February 02, 2013
at 06:04 AM

what brand? I am trying to find one thats fried in a healthy oil

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on February 01, 2013
at 11:44 PM

  1. Raw unsalted almonds. Brand doesn't matter. You can get them anywhere, even a 7-11 if you're desperate. No "roasting" with funky seed oils, just plain ol' nuts.
  2. Baggie of veggies. Or an apple. Not really stuff you can leave in your car, but easy to grab on your way out the door.
  3. If you're a big coconut junkie Artisana has single serving pouches of coconut cream that are pretty good if you're in a pinch and need something you can suck down while stuck in traffic.
  4. From a paleo specialty standpoint, I really like the Paleo Stix from Steve's Original. I don't even like slim jims, but these are pretty darn good.

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on February 01, 2013
at 11:41 PM

i do low carb, so my favorite snacks are usually meat based. trader joes has a lot of good stuff. their smoked salmon, pre-cooked salmon filets, their pate`s with vegetables, additive free buffalo jerky (it has some sugar so i save it for long car/plane rides). once a month i indulge in some 90 percent dark chocolate.

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