These quick and easy snacks for the Paleo & AIP diets will keep your tummy happy in between meals!

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I don't know what it is, but snacks always seem to be the hard thing to figure out, no matter how you eat. Add in the element of being on a diet that eliminates food groups and it's so much harder!

I've given lots of snack ideas before – especially for the AIP diet – like these 25 AIP Snack Ideas and Emergency AIP Snacks, but today I want to give you 5 really quick and easy snacks that are compliant for both the Paleo and AIP diets!

Quick & Easy Paleo & AIP Snacks Video

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The Quick & EASY Paleo & AIP Snacks

Cinnamon Apple Snack (Paleo, AIP, Whole30)

Snack # 1 are the Cinnamon Apple Slices. These are Paleo, AIP, and even Whole30 and super quick to make.

overhead shot of apple slices sprinkled with cinnamon and drizzled with coconut butter

They consist of just 3 ingredients – an apple, cinnamon, and melted coconut butter – and take just seconds to make.

See the Cinnamon Apple Snack Recipe here!

Avocado with Sea Salt and Lime (Paleo, AIP, Whole30)

Snack # 2 doesn't get much easier. It's literally an avocado sprinkled with sea salt and lime juice.

Even though it's incredibly simple doesn't mean it's not good!

avocado with sea salt and lime juice (quick paleo & aip snack)

Easy Guacamole and Plantain Chips (Paleo, AIP, Whole30)

Snack # 3 is a super quick nightshade- and seed-free guacamole. If you're on Paleo you can add cumin and peppers to a guacamole, but if you're on AIP you can't have those, so this is a tasty version for you.

AIP guacamole in a bowl with plantain chips spread out on a cutting board

This is simply 1/2-1 avocado, mashed, with a pinch of sea salt and garlic powder, a splash of apple cider vinegar, the juice of 1/2 of a lime, and a tablespoon or so of fresh cilantro.

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Just mix it all together and serve with your favorite brand of plantain chips! (I used Inka chips as I love those for guac – nice and thick!)

Tuna Salad Bites (Paleo, AIP, Whole30)

Snack # 4 are Tuna Salad Bites. These are mayo- and egg-free and whip up in no time.

closeup of paleo & aip tuna salad with olives on zucchini rounds as a snack

The ingredients for this one are simply a zucchini or cucumber, a can of tuna, apple cider vinegar, olive oil, sea salt, dried parsley, and olives.

They are Paleo, AIP, and Whole30 and can also be used for lunch!

See the recipe for the Tuna Salad Bites here.

Banana Bites (Paleo, AIP, Nut-free)

Finally we have banana bites.

These are another quick snack that could also serve as a dessert. They're the only non-Whole30 meal in this bunch, and that's because of the honey that's drizzled over the top. Of course you could always skip that…

overhead shot of banana slices topped with tigernut butter, sprinkled with cinnamon, and drizzled with honey

These are simply a banana that has been sliced, topped with tigernut butter (I like this one by Roots or you can make your own 30-second tigernut butter) , sprinkled with cinnamon, and drizzled with honey.

Note: Tigernuts are NOT nuts. They are a small tuber that is commonly used as a nut substitute on the AIP diet (Autoimmune Paleo Protocol).

You could of course use any nut butter of choice if you're not doing AIP.

I hope these have helped you with some tasty ideas for snacks!

See also:

25 AIP Snack Ideas

Emergency AIP Snack Ideas

The Ultimate Guide to the AIP Diet

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