What are the best healthy portable snacks

100 healthy snacks: the best ideas for healthy snacks on the go

  • Fudgy, fruity and ... good for you? These brownies have it all. With just 100 calories and healthy ingredients, feel free to feel guilty about wanting chocolate no matter where you are!

  • If you need a portable breakfast this is a tasty option. Vitamin-rich sweet potatoes are a "nest" for eggs in simple or served omelet style. Add your favorite vegetables and opt for beef or turkey bacon. Prep these the night before and warm them up before you run out the door.

  • Baked oatmeal fans (and future fans), you'll love this recipe! Oatmeal gets a makeover on the go in this easy recipe. You can just do these or add your favorite toppings like fresh fruit, cereal or jam. This recipe also makes multiple servings; Do this on a Sunday and have snacks for the rest of the week.

  • These easy-to-make power balls are ideal as a snack for workouts, hikes or other energy-saving activities. With a blend of protein-rich sunflower seeds, high-fiber flax flour, vitamin-rich wheat germ, and a lot more, these balls give you a serving of fuel without the need for processed ingredients.

  • Nut butter bars are popular for a reason: they're high in protein, contain few ingredients, and taste delicious. Whey protein powder gives you an extra boost of energy, while bananas and honey add a natural sweetness.

  • These three-ingredient "sushi" rolls are fun for children and turn simple bananas into a fun snack. Who Said You Can't Play With Your Food? Pack these in a to-go container so you can enjoy them on the go.

  • You should ration these crackers before trying them because as I said, once they pop, you won't be able to stop. These gluten-free crackers are made with almond flour for a light consistency. While I like the recommended seasonings (especially the crushed red pepper flakes for a little heat!), You can fine-tune these to suit your family's favorite flavors. Garlic, for example, would be great. Try sprinkling them with hummus for extra protein and nutrients.

  • You won't believe how easy these are to do! Throwing cashew nuts with maple syrup, sea salt, and lime juice gives them a salty, tangy taste that you will love. Try adding other favorite nuts to vary the taste.

  • A vegan and a paleo compete against buffalo chicken wings? While this buffalo cauliflower recipe doesn't exactly match reality, it won't disappoint anyone looking to enjoy the classic buffalo flavor in a vegan, paleo-esque way.

  • This cross between a muffin and a cookie is easy to make and even easier to eat on the go. Their sweetness comes from maple syrup, of course, and there are many ways to customize this to your liking - but I recommend the lemon peel for a unique flavor!

  • If you want the convenience of an energy bar without all of the suspicious ingredients, these are a wonderful option. You only need four ingredients (the cinnamon is optional, but I love it!), And you can either cut into bars or roll into balls. So simple, but so delicious.

  • Who would have thought that sweet potatoes could make fruit leathers so healthy and good? The vitamin-rich vegetables are the star of this healthy snack. And with a handful of common ingredients like apples and cinnamon powder, they're super easy to make too.

  • Chickpeas can easily turn into crispy, crunchy portable snacks. I like how easy this recipe is. Brush the chickpeas with your favorite spices, bake and eat. These are very warm or at room temperature. Give it a try next time you think about popcorn.

  • This is traditionally a Christmas snack, but it's so good you'll love it any time of the year! They're a little more work, but with just three ingredients - egg whites, toasted almonds, and raw honey - they'll come together quickly. Perfect for a midday snack or a special treat!

  • You will feel great while ingesting these addicting chips. These apple chips are made from just three ingredients and baked in the oven for a few hours at a low temperature to make thin, crispy chips. Use coconut sugar in place of the regular refined or skip it - you won't miss it!

  • A cookie that is good for you? That's the case with these simple breakfast biscuits that make a great afternoon snack. Serve with a side dish of fruit for a filling, healthy biscuit.

  • A new take on the traditional peanut butter and banana sandwich, this almond butter version is just as tasty (and better for you!). This is one of my favorite healthy takeaway snack ideas. It only takes seconds to do; Choose honey as a sweetener and lather walnuts and chia seeds.

  • These colorful bars - thanks to anti-inflammatory pistachios and antioxidant-rich cranberries - are crazy easy to make. Melt liquid ingredients like coconut oil, butter and maple syrup, then stir in dry ingredients, including quinoa granola. Let the ingredients hang off and whisk them in the fridge until the bars are firm.

  • Once your apples are sliced, these "cookies" come together in seconds. They are very easy to customize and are a fun activity for the kids to help out with. Use organic dark chocolate chips or make your own with coconut oil and organic cocoa.

  • If you're craving a sweet treat, these gluten-free muffins are for you. And with pecan chips and dark chocolate chips, they have enough crunchy feeling too. Make an extra batch and freeze it for busy weeks.

  • Whether you're looking for an afternoon snack or pre-workout snack, these protein bars are inexpensive to make and taste great. They're naturally sweetened, and thanks to the protein powder and chia seeds, you'll feel full.

  • I love pumpkin pie. When I saw this delicious healthy snack option, all I had to do was include it. Plus, these bars make it easy to get a perfectly portioned treat on the go. Pecans form a crispy crust, while the "cream" filling is silky smooth thanks to pure pumpkin puree and coconut milk. Wash this off with a glass of milk - mmm!

  • No baking, no gluten, no problem. These date-based balls are sturdy in the refrigerator and perfect for packing in lunch bags. Just use a high quality nut butter instead of the fake peanut butter and you're good to go!

  • Cookie dough is tasty enough, but it's hard to find a version that is really good for you. That's why this is one of my favorite healthy snacks. Coconut flakes and chocolate chips (for dark) make this candy, while nut butter gives it staying power. These make a great after-dinner snack - no baking required.

  • These treats are better than the ones you buy in the package. Not only are they cheaper than store-bought ones, but they're good for you too. Filled with fresh fruit juice and berries, antioxidant-rich raw honey, and gelatin, they'll help keep your hair, nails, and skin looking great. Your children will love them - and so will you.

  • These lemon honey nut bars will awaken your taste buds. They're crispy, healthy, and easy to make. Children can definitely help. Best of all, with a few simple substitutions, you can make cinnamon and cocoa versions of the bars to ensure every family member finds a taste they love.

  • This natural pudding is just the thing for a cool treat. Chia seeds are rich in fiber and protein and provide an additional nutritional boost in addition to fresh fruit and almond milk. Store in a mason jar to take away or portion in individual storage containers.

  • Almond and chocolate fan, rejoice. Satisfy your sweet tooth with these delicious bars. These no-bake bars made from almond flour, coconut and dark chocolate are perfect for a chocolate pick-me-up or even as a healthy dessert. Be sure to use coconut powder.

  • I like it when pantries come together to make a tasty snack. These filling energy bites are great for busy days or on the go. Flax seeds and oatmeal are filled with fiber, while coconut flakes and honey add a touch of sweetness. Skip the peanut butter and choose your favorite nut butters instead.

  • With just seven ingredients, these biscuits are healthy snacks that will keep you comfortable and satisfy your taste buds! They're crispy (yay, pecans!), Sweet (chocolate chips and coconut flakes, yum!), And they finger lick well.

  • If you like granola bars but not what's in the processed versions, you'll love these bars. They are made from clean, natural ingredients like cinnamon, honey and blueberries. They make a quick breakfast or a snack on the go. You will never turn to the packaged things again.

  • Warning: this is not a traditional pie recipe. Instead of being made from ground beef and fat (similar to chicken liver pate), this recipe is vegetarian.