Eggs are a fantastic option for a refreshment because they can be prepared in a variety of ways and combined with other foods to create a well-rounded snack.
This nibble is one of the most concentrated sources of protein on this list, containing 16 grams.
Not only is tuna high in protein, but it also contains essential lipids such as omega-3. There are 91 calories and 20 grams of protein in a 3.7-ounce serving of tuna.
A one-ounce serving contains slightly more than 100 calories and almost 10 grams of protein.
Although peanut butter is not the highest protein product on this list, it is a plant-based protein source that also provides healthful lipids and fiber.
One-third of a cup of shredded part-skim mozzarella contains 85 calories, leaving capacity for a sweet and savory nibble of fruit and cheese.
Another plant-based source of protein on our list, a 100-calorie serving of edamame contains approximately 11 grams of protein.
Each of these has a similar nutrient profile, with approximately 16 grams of protein per 100 calories.