Healthy After-School Snacks You'll Actually Want to Eat
Typically anytime the word "healthy" gets thrown into a discussion involving food, we become instant skeptics.
But now, thanks to the below after-school snacks, we see that not all nutrient-rich foods lack deliciousness. ????
Take a peek at these five healthy nibbles that will have you racing home from class to try!
1. PB&J Sushi
Spruce up your classic PB&J with this unique take on the tasty sandwich. Watch the video below for the full tutorial on how to make it.
2. Granola Banana Pops
Three of our fave breakfast foods—banana, granola and yogurt—come together for the ultimate treat. Watch the video below to see how these easy-to-assemble, nutritious granola banana sticks are made.
3. No-Bake Chia Energy Bites
If you're super hungry and craving a satisfying snack before dinner, these energy bites are the perfect solution. They're packed with nutrient-dense ingredients like oats, nut butter and chia seeds. So. Much. Yum. Instructions for how to prep these can be found HERE.
(via My Fussy Eater)
4. Maple Pumpkin Trail Mix
Seeing as it's almost fall, why not spice up your after-school snack routine with this flavor-filled trail mix? It's spicy and sweet and made with pecans, sunflower seeds, almonds, dried fruit and pure maple syrup. Drooling? Get all the deets on how to make this mix HERE.
(via Slim Pickin's Kitchen)
5. Cereal Yogurt Bark
If you've ever tried yogurt bark, then chances are you're hooked. It's the perfect way to eat yogurt on-the-go, and it's so tasty it seems like a treat rather than a healthy snack. This mashup recipe suggests you add your fave cereal like Fruit Loops (or you can opt for a more nutritious cereal) to some Greek yogurt. Freeze for a few hours and munch away! Full instructions can be found HERE.
(via Hello, Wonderful)
6. Ice Cream Cone Fruit Cups
So maybe your parents aren't keen on the idea of letting you dish out a bowl of ice cream as an after-school treat, but we're sure they'll let you get your hands on this fruit-filled waffle cone cup. Fill it up with as many of your fave fruits as possible and chow down. See what you need to make this rainbow bowl HERE.
(via Giggles Galore)
Tasty and good for you? It's almost too good to be true! If this year you're trying to be a healthier, happier you, read HERE what Rowan Blanchard and Jake Short suggest you do.