These 7  Nuts Have the Most Protein

They're great for homemade nut butter, stir-fries, and stews since they have slightly more protein than eggs and a crisp, creamy texture.

Almonds are wonderful sliced, slivered, raw, or roasted as a snack, dessert star, salad ingredient, and more. The fan favourite creates a great alt milk foundation or gluten-free flour or breadcrumbs

Besides being a party favorite, a platter of pistachios is a great dose of protein to enjoy with your welcome drink. One ounce provides 13% of the daily protein requirement.

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ALA, a plant-based omega-3 lipid, makes these rich, slightly tannic almonds among the healthiest. Mix them into pasta or a protein-rich herb sauce.

Rich, buttery, and flavorful, these curvaceous cuties are almost hard to believe are healthy. They're high in protein, zinc, copper, and magnesium, and with a texture that tastes like dairy.

Mildly sweet and rich, this selection pairs well with chocolate. Mix with various nuts, bittersweet chips, and dried fruit for the perfect on-the-go snack  To intensify the sweet, nutty flavor, roast them for 10 minutes at 375°F.

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