Looking for healthy snack ideas? Graze on our healthy treats for nutritious snacking solutions. Our options include high-energy foods such as protein balls, as well as low-calorie muffins and vegetarian snacks (try our healthy kale crisps).
If you want to find more low-calorie recipes, check out our guide, here.
Healthy snack ideas
Use up all your veggie peelings, as well as any loose left-over veg, and use them to make these epic crisps with an easy curry spice – a great healthy snack.
Try our energy-rich breakfast bars, quick to make and easy to eat on the go. These breakfast bars use dates and nut butter to hold together. Experiment with different seeds and nuts in your next batch, and use agave for a vegan version. Find more great low-calorie breakfast ideas over here.
3. Fruity toots
Full of natural sweetness instead of refined sugar, these little bites are made of dates, raisins, nuts and dried apricots. All that’s mixed up with seeds and apple juice and rolled into individual balls for great little sweet snacks.
Our recipe for baked kale crisps is right up your street if healthy snacks are your thing. These easy crisps are low-calorie, low-fat and utterly moreish.
Looking for a protein ball recipe? These date and nut balls are easy to make for a healthy snack. Make this easy recipe for coconut butter, date and cranberry energy balls if you want a sweet but healthy vegan-friendly snack.
Start the day right with this healthy breakfast smoothie. Cucumber, spinach, lime and kiwi are a great combination and the avocado adds a lovely texture.
Check out our quick and easy fruit chaat. This simple yet seriously flavoursome pineapple recipe is an easy vegan snack dish ready in just 5 minutes.
Avocado on toast with smoked salmon and a tomato dressing – a healthy breakfast or snack full of nutrients. Creamy avocado and delicious smoked salmon feel like an indulgence, but this dish comes in at under 300 calories, meaning you can have a little bit of luxury any day of the week.
8. Energy balls
We’re seeing these little balls of energy everywhere. They’re great to have as a healthy snack before exercise, or when you feel as if you are flagging, as the simple sugars in the fruits will give you instant energy, and the nuts, nut butters or oats will give you a slow release of energy. A great healthy snack idea.
9. Grilled peas
If you want a healthy snack idea or nibble for a dinner party, try these grilled peas. They’re really easy to make and are vegan friendly.
Make these fruity almond muffins for an energising breakfast. Banana and yogurt keep them moist, while the butter, ground almonds and oats make them filling. No added sugar means you’re getting the day off to a good start too.