Connect with us


Enjoy The Most Healthy Snacks Possible


When I was growing up, I loved getting into the kitchen with my mom. We’d make cookies or cakes together and talk about her adventures in the kitchen, which often involved taking cheese cloth off a block of cheese and then wrapping it around something else—like an orange or a pear. But one thing we never did was snack on healthy snacks while we were cooking together.

Now that I’m older, though, my mom’s approach to snacking has become much more important now that I’m older, though: if we’re not eating something healthy when we’re preparing our meals, then why should anyone else? That’s why I decided to put together this list of 30 healthy snacks that are easy enough for anyone to make at home (and inexpensive too!). Here goes:

String cheese and fruit

String cheese is the most delicious snack for people on the go. It’s low in fat and high in protein, making it an easy way to get your daily dose of nutrients without adding bulk. Plus, string cheese is a good source of calcium, which helps keep your bones strong.

String cheese also happens to contain vitamin D—a nutrient that boosts immunity and prevents disease by keeping your body from absorbing calcium properly (and therefore preventing osteoporosis). If you’re looking for something more substantial than fruit or chips for lunchtime snacking, try string cheese instead!

[adinserter block=”3″]

Hummus and pretzels

These are your go-to snacks. They’re simple, easy to eat, and delicious. Hummus is a great snack because it’s full of protein and fiber, which keeps you fuller longer than other snacks with fewer nutrients (like crackers). Pretzels are also high in fiber and low in calories—not to mention they’re salty! The combination of these two healthy foods makes for a tasty—and filling—snack that won’t leave you feeling hungry or craving something else later on in the day.

If you’re looking for something different from hummus or pretzels, try making some guacamole dip (which we’ll get into later).

Hard-boiled egg and fruit

Hard-boiled eggs are a great source of protein and vitamins A, D, and E. They’re also high in cholesterol and fat content, so don’t eat them if you have certain health conditions. Eggs have no trans fats or sodium, but they do contain sugars (1).

To make it even easier to eat healthy snacks like hard-boiled eggs while on the go: keep them in your purse or backpack so you can grab one whenever hunger strikes!

[adinserter block=”3″]

Yogurt-covered pretzels

Pretzels are a good source of fiber. The calcium in yogurt provides magnesium, which helps your body absorb nutrients more efficiently. Yogurt also provides probiotics to help keep your gut healthy, including bifid bacterium and Lactobacillus species (which are found in yogurt). This means that when you eat pretzels covered in yogurt, you’re getting all sorts of good stuff!

You can make your own homemade yogurt-covered pretzels by dipping them in plain Greek yogurt and then sprinkling them with cinnamon or another spice that’s easy on the palate (like vanilla extract).

Kale chips

Kale chips are a great snack. They’re healthy, crunchy, and delicious—and they can be made at home! You can make them with other vegetables too if you don’t have kale on hand or just want to try something different.

Kale chips are also great as an appetizer when you want something quick and easy to eat before the main course arrives at your table. If you’re in the mood for something crunchy but still healthy, this is it!

[adinserter block=”3″]


  • Nuts are a good source of healthy fats and protein.
  • Nuts are a nice source of vitamin E and fiber.
  • Nuts contain magnesium, potassium, monounsaturated fats, polyunsaturated fat (PUFAs), vitamin E (tocopherols), and selenium.

Nut butter and fruit

Nut butter is a great source of protein, and it’s easy to make your own at home. Just buy some nuts that you like—walnuts, cashews, almonds—and grind them up in a food processor or blender. You can use the resulting nut butter as an ingredient in recipes like pancakes or brownies (the carbs from the flour will hold together the mixture), but it’s also great on its own because it tastes so good! If you’re feeling adventurous and want to go nuts with your favorite type of nut butter (like peanut or almond), try adding chocolate chips; they’ll give your snack even more flavor than plain old peanuts would have!

If you love nut butter but don’t want all that extra fat that comes along with them (and who does?), try eating them instead of regular ol’ peanut butter sandwiches: Add some fresh fruit into each sandwich; serve with honey mustard sauce instead of jelly…the possibilities are endless!


Popcorn is a healthy snack that’s easy to make and eat. Pop it in the microwave, and you’ve got yourself a ready-to-eat snack! It’s also one of the best sources of fiber out there—which means it’ll keep you full for longer than most other snacks.

When buying popcorn at the store, look for natural oils like olive.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *