Whole30 Approved Snacks: Compliant Snacks For On The Go

Whole30 Approved Snacks

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What Are Whole30 Approved Snacks?

While doing Whole30, you may find yourself needing to snack while on the run. Of course, Whole30-friendly snacks can’t be picked up too easily at your nearest 7 Eleven, so you’ll want to prep ahead of time and make sure you have a small stock of Whole30 approved snacks in your arsenal.

Whole30 snacks are snacks that you can eat while on your Whole30 diet that are compliant and aligned with the Whole30 whole eating philosophy. The snacks listed here are Whole30 compliant, with many snacks here even being officially endorsed by Whole30, so you know you’re in good foodie hands!

While these vendors provide Whole30 approved snacks, they may also provide a few offerings that are not compliant, so as always, make sure to double check your labels to be safe before ordering!

Whole30 Jerky

Whole30-friendly beef jerky can provide a substantial and satisfying snack when you’re on the move! The jerky below is officially Whole30 approved and will keep you compliant.

Chomps

Chomp are grass-fed beef snack sticks that are an official Whole30 approved snack for on-the-go.

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Chomps offers beef jerky sticks with 100% grass-fed beef and no gluten, soy, hormones, or antibiotics. They also don’t contain any dairy, MSG, synthetic preservatives, or sugar (this is unheard of when it comes to normal beef jerky sticks).

These paleo-powering beef sticks are a tasty way to stay fueled on your Whole30 program, perfect for any jerky lovers. They come in three flavors – Classic, Hoppin’ Jalapeño, and Crankin’ Cran!

Where to Buy: You can buy Chomp Whole30 beef sticks in packs of 12 or packs of 24 online!

Sophia’s Survival Jerky

Sophia’s Survival Jerky is another Whole30 approved snack great for meat lovers! Sophia’s Survival Jerky is clean ingredient jerky made from hormone free, US-grown, 100% grass-fed beef. It’s gluten, soy, any dairy-free, with no artificial preservatives and no refined sugar – perfect for paleo!

Sophia’s Survival Jerky comes in 4 flavors: original, mild, spicy, and chipotle raisin.

Where to Get It: You can grab Sophia’s Survival Jerky on their website. 

Brooklyn Biltong

Brooklyn Biltong is another Whole30 approved source for compliant dried beef. Biltong is a bag of steak bites that can be used either as a protein-packed snack or to top dishes like salads, pizzas, etc.

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MSG, gluten, and nitrate-free, these tasty steak snacks are perfect for when you’re on the go and need a protein boost.

Biltong is an all natural bite of steak in a bag that can be used as a post workout meal or a protein filled snack. Versatile beef supplement for numerous dishes like salads, pizzas and sandwiches. Compliment a party platter or take it on the go.

Where To Get It: Brooklyn Biltong beef bites are available in a few limited locations in NYC and are also available online.

Whole30 Snack Packs

Barefoot Provisions

Barefoot Provisions provides tons of paleo snacks and goodies, with special selections just for Whole30 folks!

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Snack safe knowing you’re eating all Whole30 compliant snacks – choose from snack packs selected by Barefoot Provisions that are promised to be Whole30 friendly.

Choose from the:

In addition to these snack packs, Barefoot Provisions also has a huge selection of individual Whole30-approved snacks, such as hickory bacon bits or chicken sesame BBQ bites!

Seasnax Seaweed Snacks

Seasnax provides seaweed snack and seaweed chips that are perfect for some Whole30-approved snacking.

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These roasted seaweed snacks are vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO. These snacks are real whole foods, made from sustainably-grown seaweed, extra virgin olive oil, and a dash of sea salt – that’s it!

Choose from classic, toasty onion, or chipotle & wasabi for some fun flavors!

Where to Buy: You can chomp on Seasnax by ordering them from the Seasnax website or ordering Seasnax on Amazon.

Whole30 Compliant Bars

There are also a number of Whole30 compliant protein bars that can make great snacks when you need something to eat on the go.

Official Whole30-Endorsed Protein Bars

  • Primal Pacs. Jerky, protein bars, and other Whole30-approved meat snacks.
  • Epic Bars. Protein bars, jerky, and meat “bites”  that are Whole30-friendly (Note: most Epic Bars are compliant, but a few contains brown sugar. Avoid the Bison Bacon Cranberry and the Wild Boar Bacon.)
  • Wild Zorra Bars. Meat and veggie protein bars with fun flavors like “curry masala turkey with spinach and dates.”

Unofficial Whole30 Compliant Bars

  • RxBars. These sweet & simple protein bars never contain more than 7 ingredients, which are listed right on the packaging. Using dried egg whites for a major source of protein, these bars taste great while keeping you full.
  • Yawp Bars. These nutrient-dense protein bars use whole, unprocessed ingredients and boast fun flavors like Coconut Chai!
  • Larabars. Larabars are a very popular Whole30 snack due to their wide array of flavors and availability at many grocery stores. These fruit and nut bars pack a great taste while staying complaint.

To understand more about the difference between officially endorsed Whole30 protein bars vs. unofficial, but still compliant, bars, read our complete guide to Whole30 protein bars.

Whole30 Pre-Made Meals

True Fare

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True Fare offers fully cooked Whole30 compliant meals, with offers of breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Buy anywhere from 5 to 10 days of delicious, healthy Whole30 meals!

Where to Get It: You can order True Fare meals online through their website or on Amazon.

  • J. says:

    Does whole foods have a whole30 designated section?

  • Frances Casale says:

    Are plantains a whole 30 food???

    • Nat says:

      Yes but they would be better dried, like plantain chips, rather than sweet fried plantains because of the sugar content.

    • Susie Berelsman says:

      I actually pan fried a yellow plantain in a non stick skillet with only a tbl of canola oil and it was fantastic! Just those 2 ingredients…does the whole30 view a plaintain raw vs the 2 ingredient that I did? can anyone answer this?

      • LifeHealthHQ says:

        Canola oil isn’t ideal – it’s usually only allowed for when you eat out. Try olive oil or coconut oil instead. Frying stuff is a questionable move on Whole30 – don’t overdo it!

    • LifeHealthHQ says:

      Just FYI, plantains are still fine, but as of 3/2017, all “chips” of any kind are no longer allowed on Whole30 – https://whole30.com/2017/03/chips-and-aminos/

  • M. Wood says:

    FYI Reading ingredients online it looks like some Epic bars may have brown sugar which is not Whole30 compliant.

    • LifeHealthHQ says:

      Thanks for the heads up! Looks like the Bacon, Chicken Sesame, Beef Apple, Turkey Almond, Beef Habanero, Chicken Sriracha, Pulled Pork, Lamb Currant, Salmon, are Venison are OK. The Bison Bacon Cranberry and the Wild Boar Bacon are not compliant, as they contain brown sugar.

  • Peggie Sue Ford says:

    Is dried cranberries ok to snack on

  • Tarsha says:

    Can I have seaweed chips as a snack?

  • DisneyD says:

    I have spent hours looking at labels when I shop– and I wish there was an app that I could just look up to see if an item was compliant. Is there such a thing??

    • LifeHealthHQ says:

      I looked into this after you asked about it – the apps ShopWell and ipitt are decent. You can use them to scan a label and it will show all the ingredients, plus highlight in red ingredients you want to avoid (based on preferences you set up earlier). You can set it up to highlight in red allergens like peanuts, dairy, etc, but there aren’t paleo specific settings. Still, it’s better than nothing I think!

  • sweeney says:

    any crackers ok?

  • Gail says:

    are water chestnuts approved?

  • Donna says:

    Are Country archer beef sticks approved?

    • LifeHealthHQ says:

      Looks like some could be OK – you need to check ingredients for each one. Some have sugar as an ingredient, which is a no.


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