bachian saidI'm just curious why you mention snack foods. If you're so concerned with your potassium intake you should be including the suggestions above in your regular scheduled meals, not in something you will improvise between them.
Disclaimer: I really dislike the notion of snacking
I do include potassium-rich foods in my regular scheduled meals. Snack food for me just means fun to eat.
Surprisingly, I do not snack much.
However, in my Saturday class when we're going through 50 to 75 questions, the instructor offers us a big, thick dark chocolate cookie from the Hilton Doubletree guest desk and I accept. He told us when we take our 4-hour exam to bring some protein to put on top of our locker and when we take a break after 90 minutes, have some protein to avoid burnout.
OK, back to when I regularly snack.
After a long day, when I come home and eat a low animal protein dinner and watch American Ninja Warrior, I want to snack immediately after dinner - or extend the dinner into snacking.