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Paleo Snacks: Homemade Kale Chips

Paleo Recipes Homemade Kale Chips

By Stuart Cooke

Kale has a bit of a reputation out there as a superfood, and rightly so. This leafy vegetable protects against cancer, heart disease and infection. It’s high in fibre, Vitamin K, Calcium and is available all year round.


Paleo Snacks

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Two critical components of a healthy lifestyle are regular exercise and a nutritious diet.

Recently, the paleo diet has increased in popularity, suggesting we consume healthy, natural foods like fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, and lean proteins. The paleo diet is highly recommended by nutritionists because it focuses primarily on raw foods and lean proteins. As you read this article, you’ll learn more about the nutrient-rich paleo snacks offered by 180 nutrition.

180 Nutrition takes pride in offering the most nutritious, natural snacks on the market. All 180 Nutrition products are non-processed and gluten free, chemical free, and preservative free. These products are created by CrossFitters and nutritional experts, ensuring you truly get top-of-the-line health food fuel. The WOD bar devised by 180 Nutrition is a name derived from a basic CrossFit term: WOD or workout of the day. This protein bar offers an abundance of nutritional powerhouse ingredients CrossFitters rely on like grass fed whey protein isolate, flaxseed, almond meal, coconut flour, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, sesame seeds, cocoa powder, and more. The whey protein isolate assists in muscle repair after an intense workout and all the other items add vitamins and a nice flavor. The WOD bars not only taste great but provide undeniable health benefits, guaranteeing optimal results.

Similar to the WOD bar, the 180 bar is a healthy paleo-oriented snack that provides fast, essential energy. This bar was designed to eliminate bad cravings by providing instant hunger relief with a satisfying flavour. All the ingredients in this bar are also 100% natural and full of vitamins and nutrients.

Clearly, paleo snacks are the healthiest alternatives to sugary, syrupy food products. Whether you choose the 180 bar or the WOD bar, you can be certain you’ll be reaping tremendous health benefits.

Try a sample pack today and feel the difference!

Ideas For Paleo Snacks


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The Paleo Diet is one of the most effective diets in the health world today. It identifies the similarities in the human genome between people who lived in the Paleolithic era and those who live today.

In ancient times, the human diet consisted mostly of meat and wild vegetables with occasional fruit and seeds. Legumes, grains, dairy, sugar and trans-fats were not a part of the Paleolithic diet, and as such are not consumed on the Paleo Diet. Going on Paleo is effective but restrictive, and it can be difficult to know exactly how to snack while still following Paleo guidelines.

Some of the most obvious snacks to stick to when you are following the Paleo Diet are vegetables. Carrot and celery sticks, raw broccoli, cauliflower and green peppers are all excellent snacks to curb your appetite while following Paleo. They are full of vitamins and nutrients, have a satisfying crunch that helps to curb cravings for unhealthy snacks like chips and crackers and are easy to prepare and carry on your person for snacking at a moment’s notice.

Meat based snacks are another great option for Paleo. Beef jerky is beloved by many Paleo followers, specifically jerky that uses low to no sodium or sugar and instead seeks flavors through other spices. Even without salt, spicy jerky like this can be very flavorful. A few ounces of grilled chicken is also an acceptable snack for Paleo. Considering a piece of meat as a snack can take some getting used to, but it has valuable protein which fuels the human body and gives it energy.

Although they should be consumed sparingly, nuts are also a snack that is acceptable on the Paleo Diet. This should be researched carefully, as some nuts are in fact legumes. Legumes are not an acceptable part of the diet. Nuts that are actually seeds are the best kinds to eat. Most notably, peanuts are a legume and should be avoided. Nuts that are consumed on the Paleo Diet should be eaten raw, which generally rules out the consumption of cashews as well.

Snacking on Paleo doesn’t have to be hard with these helpful hints. Veggies, meat and nuts are all packed with nutrients to get anyone through the day and satisfy a hungry stomach. The weight loss and health benefits of switching to Paleo snacks over unhealthy chips and junk food are remarkable.

180 Nutrition offer a superfood that can be used to create a whole host of paleo snacks. With natural ingredients and vegan options our paleo protein powder is free of all chemicals and processed ingredients.

View the video recipe below for ideas on easy paleo snacks:

You can view the full recipe here.

The best homemade high protein paleo cookies

By Guy Lawrence

In this video I show you how simple it is to make the best homemade paleo cookies. Healthy and nutritious and can be prepared in under 10 minutes.

It’s easy to think of paleo recipes as lots of meat and veggies, but with a little bit of creativity you can have delicious snacks in no time at all fixing the 3pm munchies!

Prep’ time: 5-10min

Cook time: 15-20 minutes

Oven temp’: 180°

  • 1 cup 180 Natural Protein Superfood (Chocolate)
  • 1/4 cup macadamias roughly chopped
  • 2 figs roughly chopped
  • 2 tbsp almond butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tbsp mineral water
  • 1/4 cup hazelnut meal
  • 1/2 cup shredded coconut
  • 2 tbsp melted coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup chopped raisins (or cranberries, or whatever fruit you prefer. This is the sugar of the dish so pick a flavor that suits you best. Raspberries would be amazing in the biscuits too!)

homemade paleo cookiesThese paleo cookies are amazing warm with a cuppa. Store them in the fridge in an air right container and enjoy your delicious paleo snacks. Yum!

Big thanks to Caroline Howe for the recipe! And if you enjoyed this recipe, we would appreciate the share on FaceBook… Cheers, Guy

Homemade paleo cookies transcript

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Guy: Hi. This is Guy of 180 Nutrition, and today I want to show you how to make a very
simple snack.

It’s a high-protein biscuit, and it’s going to be made from completely all-natural
ingredients: the ones I’m showing in front of you.

So, naturally, we’re going to be using 180 natural protein supplement. I’ve got chocolate 180 here, and of course you
can use the coconut as well.

All we need is one egg, some coconut oil, we’re using some chopped prunes, we’ve also
got; these are chopped macadamias and almonds. Your preference of choice.

Here’s nut meal, shredded coconut, almond paste, and some water. And I’m just about to
show you how simple all of this is.

OK. We’ve got a 50-gram scoop. The 50-gram scoop is gonna be two scoops of chocolate
180 protein supplement, like so.

Now, here’s the nut meal. The nut meal is roughly about half a scoop, give or take. OK?

And we’re gonna use a full scoop of coconut. Now, this stuff is not the easiest to scoop so
I might as well just tip some in. There you go. I’ve done it, right there.

And put in an egg. One egg.

Then, this is a dessert spoon so a dessert spoon, tablespoon, I know they’re similar. This
is just some fresh mineral water. Just a spoon of that.

And then we want two tablespoons of coconut oil. One. Two.

And two tablespoons of almond paste. Like so.

And then mix altogether.

Get a nice consistency.

Great tasting paleo snacks

paleo snacksBy 180 Nutrition

The paleo diet, also known as the Stone Age or cavemen diet, has been gaining popularity recently as a way to help individual lose weight, with an ever increasing need for alternative paleo snack ideas. The concept is simple. Since cavemen weren’t overweight, humans today should consume the same food that their ancestors did. Since cavemen didn’t have high blood pressure, cholesterol, or diabetes, the theory is that the diet will help users shed unwanted pounds while also becoming more healthy in the process.

Unfortunately, that’s not always that easy. The cavemen consumed a high level of protein that’s almost impossible to achieve normally. Even for those who are able to reach the recommended levels, the price can add up quickly. Even worse, most protein supplements that could be used to help dieters are loaded with artificial flavoring, colors, or other chemicals, none of which were consumed during the Stone Age.

Fortunately, 180 Nutrition is dedicated to providing their customers with an all natural protein powder that can be used in any diet. While the powder isn’t specifically designed for the paleo diet, it meets all the requirements. Everything in the powder is all natural and there’s only 12 ingredients, none of which are chemically altered. These ingredients include grass fed whey, flax seed, almond meal, sunflower kernels, coconut flour, cocoa flavoring, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, psyllium husk, inactive brewers yeast, and stevia.

While the protein supplement can be blended to create a vegetable or fruit smoothie, that’s not the only paleo snack that can be made. The powder can also be cooked with or added to other meals to help increase the amount of protein the food contains. For those who aren’t natural chefs, that’s okay too. 180 Nutrition has dozens of easy to follow recipes on their website. These recipes include everything from paleo snacks to meals that can be made in less than three minutes.

While most people assume that paleo snacks have to be meat, veggies, or nuts, that’s not the case when using 180 Nutrition’s protein powder. The paleo diet means that users must limit their sugar intake level. This can lead to unbearable cravings that can wreck the entire dieting process plan.

180 Nutrition understands that users may crave something sweet instead of the same boring meat or nut products, and that’s why they’ve created several great tasting, yet still all-natural, paleo snacks. Some of the most popular include high protein chocolate chip cookies and high protein blueberry muffins.

Both recipes are easy to follow and can be made with just a few ingredients. Since the paleo diet doesn’t allow white flour, almond flour and protein powder are used instead. This results in a very tasty and very healthy snack that all ages can enjoy.

Paleo Recipe Snacks: High protein blueberry muffins

By Guy Lawrence

If you are into your paleo snacks, then these gluten free all natural high protein muffins are a winner! You can prepare them in under 10 minutes. A while ago, we put this paleo recipe into a blog post – High protein Bluberry muffin loaf. They are that good, we though we’d put the recipe into a video and turn them into paleo muffins.

Once made, you can pop them in the freezer and take one each day for your lunch box. By lunchtime they are defrosted and ready to eat. Delicious! Hands down better than any processed snack you buy for $5 bucks on the run.

  • Makes 6 muffins
  • Prep time: 10 minutes
  • Cooking time: 20 minutes


  • 2 x 50g serve of 180 natural protein supplement
  • 2 x 50g serve of hazelnut meal
  • 1 x 50g serve of shredded coconut
  • 1 x medium grated apple
  • 1 x medium mashed banana
  • 1 x tsp vanilla essence
  • 2 x egg whites
  • 1 x handful of blueberries

Paleo  recipe snacks / muffins transcript

Guy: Hi. This is Guy of 180 Nutrition, and today I want to show you how to make a high-protein blueberry muffin.

Very simple to do. And not only is it simple; it’s completely natural and very healthy as well.

paleo snacksSo, just in front of me here you’ll see the list of ingredients I’ve got. We’ve got Chocolate 180 Protein supplement. You can use chocolate or coconut for this. I’ve got a small apple, which is grated up. I’ve got a medium-sized banana which is mashed.

I’ve got a couple of egg whites. Now, the egg whites have the yolks taken out. Why? I don’t know. We’ll have to ask Caroline on that one.

We’ve got a lemon, got some blueberries, got some almond meal and some shredded coconut and also some vanilla essence.

And I’m basically going to show you how it’s all whipped together.

We’re going to just mix the ingredients, so the first thing we’ve got is, this is a 50-gram scoop. These come with the bags of protein. Now, we’re gonna use two scoops of 180 protein supplement.

We’re gonna use two scoops of almond meal. Again, we don’t have to be that precise. Two scoops.

And then we’re gonna use one scoop of coconut. There you go.

All right. From that point, we are gonna add; that’s the grated apple. We’ve got the mashed banana.

Just something to be wary of, as well, if you are trying to lose weight, just go easy with the fruit and take it half daily because it will affect your weight-loss plan because you want to keep your carbohydrate count low. OK?

So, if you limit yourself to one piece of fruit a day, and or have one muffin in between your meals as a snack, I think you’ll be fine.

So, we have added that. The next thing I’m gonna do is throw in some grated lemon.

You can use as much as you want. This is just an arbitrary guesstimate, up to a whole one. Perfect.

And then from there what we’re gonna do is, if you want a little bit of vanilla essence here, add a teaspoon.

And then just mix these in together nice and easy.

Once that’s mixed, you just sprinkle in a few blueberries if you like these.

And then get the two egg whites which have been pre-beated.

You simply fold these together. Just keep turning them over. Get that egg white amongst it.

As you see, there’s a nice paste coming.

Looks good to me. And then with the muffin tray that we have here, pop them in.

(Text on screen): 20 minutes later

Guy: So, these have just been in the oven now for 20 minutes, and, as you can see, they are looking beautiful and they are smelling beautiful, too. So, I’ve just got to make sure that Stuie holding the camera doesn’t come and eat the lot.

And, yeah, I hope you enjoyed it. Until the next time.

(Text on screen): Brought to you by 180 Nutrition

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Guy: So, 20 minutes later, these. . .

20 minutes; as you can see, they are absolutely smelling delicious. I’m gonna burn my hand. That’s not good.

Hey, you cut the top of my head off.

Stuie: That was intentional.

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High Protein Chocolate Paleo Cookies

The super simple recipe for high protein chocolate paleo cookies, making for the ultimate paleo snacks.

When you think of paleo recipes most of us imagine meat and veggies with nuts, seeds and fruits for snacks. Try the cookies recipe below for the most delicious high protein paleo snack that’s loaded with good fats, perfect for the 3 o’clock munchies.

Prep’ time: 5min

Cook time: 15min


Paleo friendly, High Protein, Apple Cinnamon Christmas Muffins


By 180 NutritionWe’ve become very found of the Paleo Diet and what it stands for in recent times. It’s great to be able to offer healthy alternatives like this Paleo friendly, high protein, apple cinnamon muffin to snack on over the festive season instead of a sugar loaded Christmas pudding.


  • 1 peeled and chopped apple
  • Lemon juice from one lemon
  • 1/2 tbs of cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup finely chopped dates
  • 1/2 cup 180 cocnut protein powder
  • 3/4 cup coconut flour
  • 1 1/2 cup almond meal
  • 2 eggs

Step 1

Separate the egg yolks from the whites. Mix all the ingredients together along with the egg yolks.

Place into muffin cups ready for baking. You should be able to stretch it out to make 9 muffins.

Beat the egg whites until stiff then pour into the muffin mix.

Bake for about 20 min at 160 degrees.

These are delicous warm with some fresh cream or yummy yoghurt.


Compliments to the chef – Caroline Howe

Gluten Free Paleo Friendly Christmas Snacks

paleo christmas snacks

By 180 Nutrition

Does your family think you are slightly odd as you avoid the landmines of mass overindulgence over the festive season? Or are you someone who lets your hair down and says sod it, so you stuff yourself like the turkey you are about to eat!

Either way, if you are looking for a tasty, high protein paleo friendly snack, then these stars might just do the trick. You can hand the paleo snacks out to the relatives without them thinking you belong to some strange food cult, and get praise for creating these healthy and festive treats! Enjoy!


  • 1 & 1/2 cups almond meal
  • 1/2 cup 180 protein powder
  • 1 – 1 & 1/2 tbs cinnamon
  • 2 eggs
  • Juice of half an orange
  • Orange zest
  • 1/2 – 1 tsp stevia or to taste

Step 1

Mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl and it should make a sticky dough.

Place the dough in the fridge for about 20 min so that it is easier to handle when you roll it out.

Then roll the dough between two sheets of baking paper to about 5 mm thick.

Use some festive christmas cookie cutter shapes and cut out all your favorite biscuit shapes.

Step 2

Pop onto a baking tray and bake for 12 minutes at 160 degrees.

Optional – As it’s Christmas: When the Stars are cool, melt down three squares of 70% Lindt chocolate and pipe some chocolate onto the biscuits into cute shapes and viola!!!

So there you have it, some great paleo friendly high protein snacks… Bring on the party!

Big thanks to Caroline Howe for another awesome recipe. Angel!