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Healthy Snack Ideas

We can have the best intentions with our diet but it seems snacks are where most of us fall down. If you are trying to loose weight but struggling to give up your cheese and crackers or have a blow out every weekend when your routine is a little more relaxed this might be why you aren't getting the numbers on the scale that you want.

Maybe it's when you are trying to get through the afternoon in the office after a boring meeting or you're looking for something to take on a long car ride or new ideas to pack into your child's lunchbox. Here are some quick, easy and healthy snacks for kids, weight loss and everyone else:

  • Boiled eggs (don’t have if you ate eggs with breakfast)

  • Raw nuts: unroasted and unflavoured

  • Miso soup

  • Fruit with coconut yogurt

  • Smoothie

  • Corn or rice thins with topping:

    • Avocado, sliced tomato and protein (eg: leftover meat, salmon)

    • ABC spread (almond, brazil and cashew nuts) with sliced fruit

    • Hummus and sprouts (alfalfa, broccoli)

    • Tahini with sliced tomato, fresh parsley or basil and sea salt

  • Frittata cups (don’t have if you ate eggs with breakfast)

    • Cook some vegetables or used what is leftover

    • Add evenly into a muffin tin

    • In a bowl whisk 6-8 eggs together

    • Pour the egg mixture into the muffin tin

    • Bake in the oven until the frittatas have risen

    • Store in a container in the fridge for up to 5 days

  • Hummus with carrot, capsicum, cucumber and/or celery sticks

  • Chopped apple with ABC spread

  • Protein balls

    • In a blender add:

1 cup of nut butter: peanut, almond, mixed

2 tablespoons of honey or maple syrup

1/2 cup of oats

1/4 cup shredded coconut

1 serve of protein powder

1 serve of protein powder

Then roll into balls and store in the fridge or freezer

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