Anyone who’s breastfed knows that ravenous hunger goes along with the territory. So — for my own sanity — I’ve rounded up six homemade snacks that are easy to make and even easier to eat, even while juggling the baby, a big glass of water, and my laptop.

(How did people even nurse before Netflix, anyway?)

Whether you’re pumping at the office or nursing at home, these¬†snacks are all delicious, packed with protein, and best of all, they can all be eaten one-handed, with no sticky fingers left behind. Because new moms have¬†have enough messes to clean up, amirite?

Top: Maple Pecan Pie Balls | Laura Lea Balanced

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One-handed breastfeeding snacks: These Cookie Dough Truffles from 24 Carrot Kitchen are to die for!
I started making these Cookie Dough Truffles¬†from 24 Carrot Kitchen while I was pregnant because they’re chock full of protein and iron-rich cashews. Okay, and also because they¬†seriously¬†taste like cookie dough. Now that baby is here, I keep them in the freezer so they don’t melt, then pop a few when I’m snacking for instant fuel. Yum.
One-handed breastfeeding snacks: Load up on nutrition with these Spiced Lentil, Sweet Potato & Kale Whole Wheat Pockets at The Kitchn. Yum!
Something about breastfeeding has fired up my sweet tooth in a big way, but even a sugar fiend like me realizes there comes a time for protein. And you know, vegetables. So I’m loving these¬†Spiced Lentil, Sweet Potato & Kale Whole Wheat Pockets¬†from The Kitchn, which let me skip the plate and utensils while still loading up on fiber, calcium, iron, and beta carotene. Don’t have time to make¬†your own dough? Me neither! Substitute store bought pizza dough; I like Trader Joe’s brand.
One-handed breastfeeding snacks: These Maple Pecan Pie Balls at Laura Lea Balanced hit the spot!
I’m admittedly suspicious of anything posing as pie that isn’t pie. But this¬†Maple Pecan Pie Balls recipe¬†from Laura Lea Balanced¬†totally won me over. Slightly sweet, nutty, and all around delicious, I’d eat them for dessert any day — but am glad that as a breastfeeding mom I can legitimately eat them whenever I want.

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One-handed breastfeeding snacks: Love how this Pressed Picnic Sandwich at Cleverly Inspired doesn't fall apart when I'm snacking. Lifesaver!
I’ve found that most sandwiches require two hands to eat, unless I want to shower my newborn with bits of bread and deli meat. Ew. On the other hand, pressed sandwiches stay together so much better. Plus¬†they can sit for a while — another useful feature of any snack¬†I eat while nursing these days. I’m excited to try out¬†this¬†Pressed Picnic Sandwich recipe¬†that I found at Cleverly Inspired, and love her tips. Although I may stick to just¬†one or two meats, instead of three.
One-handed breastfeeding snacks: These nutrition-packed Tortilla Rollups at The Pioneeer Woman are perfect for nursing moms!

Not all tortilla wraps are created equal, but trust me, the¬†Tortilla Rollups from The Pioneer Woman¬†are a lot more flavorful and adult-friendly than your average lunch box fare. That’s because she includes tons of julienned veggies and loads the cream cheese with green onions, basil, and parsley. Yes, please.
One-handed breastfeeding snacks: Love this take on an old favorite: Spiced Popcorn with Pecans at Little Chef, Big Appetite. Yum!
I’ve been craving popcorn a lot since giving birth to my son, but making it from scratch never feels worth my limited¬†time, since it doesn’t offer enough calories for me while breastfeeding.¬†That’s why I was excited to discover this¬†Spiced Popcorn with Pecans¬†on the site Little Chef, Big Appetite, which has a lot more fuel — and flavor! — than regular old popcorn, thanks to raisins and toasted pecans.