33 Super Tasty Healthy Snacks

I am always searching for a perfect go to snack that will fill me up while stoking my body with healthy fuel.  Here is a list of 33 nutrient dense, tasty snacks I rely on to fuel me an my family.

Nut Butter Stuffed Dates

Nut Butter Stuffed Dates

  1. 4 dates stuffed with 1 tbs of nut butter (roughly 180 calories)
  2. Chili Lime Popcorn .
  3. Apple with 1 tbs of almond butter (180 calories)
  4. Frozen banana with 10 almonds (180 calories)
  5. ½ avocado topped with salt, pepper and spoonful of salsa (170 calories)
  6. 2 tbs of chia seeds with ¼ cup of almond milk and ½ cup of blueberries (196 calories)
  7. 1 cup of jicama spears with ¼ cup guacamole and 2 tbs of salsa (165 calories)
  8. 1 cup veggie juice with 4 slices of deli turkey (150 calories)
  9. 3 tbs of hummus spread on hearts of palm spears (180 calories)
  10. 1 100 calories whole wheat pita with 2 tbs of hummus (170)
  11. 1 cup of shelled edamame (200 calories)
  12. 6 dates stuffed with 3 tsps of Gorgonzola cheese and 1 almond each (210 calories)
  13. 2 large hard boiled eggs and ¾ cup of cherries (210 calories)
  14. 1 ounce of turkey jerky, 1/8 cup of slivered almonds and a pear (208 calories)
  15. 9 walnut halves and 1 cup of sliced plums (194 calories)
  16. 4 dried figs and two slices of prosciutto (210 calories)
  17. 1 apple and 1 piece of string cheese (160 calories)
Chocolate Almond Energy Blasts

Chocolate Almond Energy Blasts

18.  Chocolate Almond Energy Blasts
19.  Four fresh figs stuffed with 1 tbs of goat cheese and then drizzled with honey (206 calories)
20.  1 Trader Joes mini fiber cake spread with 1 tbs of nut butter (175 calories)
21.  3 oz of deli turkey spread with 2 tbs of  hummus and then rolled up
22.  One 6 inch whole wheat tortilla, spread with 2 tbs of Trader Joe’s Fat Free Black Bean dip with ¼               avocado,  then rolled up (190 calories)
23.  Trader Joe’s Fat Free Bean Dip spread on 2 oz of deli turkey and ¼ avocado (180 calories)
24.  Medium pear, 1 tbs of chopped walnuts, 1 tsp of honey (170 calories)
25.  Larabar (roughly 200 calories, depending on flavor)
26.  7 oz full fat Greek Plain Yogurt with handful of raspberries
27.  Medium banana with 1 tbs of peanut butter (190 calories)
28.  3 Rye crackers with 1 oz of goat cheese and 1/3 cup of blueberries
29.  1 serving of pita chips and 1 kiwi
30.  1/3 cup of part skim milk ricotta plus 11 chopped smokey almonds
31.  ¼ cup  of Love Grown Granola, ¼ cup of blueberries with ½ cup unsweetened almond milk (166 calories)
32.  2 hard boiled eggs with 2 tsps of sriracha  sauce (165 calories)
33.  1 cup whole strawberries dipped in 2 melted Lindt Excellence Chili Bar squares (141 calories)


Also checkout this weeks Cooking For One Series I am participating in.  Here is the line up of amazing bloggers with super yummy recipes.  I can’t wait to try all these recipes!


Sunday, October 5th
Katie @ Whole Nourishment ~ Green Quinoa Bowl
Monday, October 6th
Kellie @ Food to Glow ~ Grilled Shiitake Kimcheese
Tuesday, October 7th
Isadora @ She Likes Food ~ Vegetable Lasagna Roll-ups
Wednesday, October 8th
Dearna @ to her core ~ Roasted Pumpkin and Peanut Soup
Thursday, October 9th
Lynsey @ lynseylovesfood ~ Roasted Root Vegetable Calzones
Sarah @ Highgate Hill Kitchen ~ Spicy-Roasted Chickpeas, Herbed Freekeh & Moroccan Carrot Salad
Friday, October 10th
Grace @ Earthy Feast ~ Marinated Mushroom Sandwich with Sautéed Greens + Avocado + Egg
Saturday, October 11th
Teri @ Nourished Roots ~ Curried Red Lentil and Roasted Delicata Squash Soup


Shared with Urban Naturale and Fat Tuesday.

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3 Responses to 33 Super Tasty Healthy Snacks

  1. Teri, thank you for taking time for all of us to think through some great satiating and whole snack recipes. You have listed some great combos I hadn’t thought of before. It seems that snacks and lunches are the two main things on people’s minds that I often get asked about. So this is a great resource. Lunches are harder for me to answer though, because as we’re talking about so much this week in our series lunches are a great time to embrace leftovers, and so I’m not usually thinking of creating something new for lunch. Can’t wait for your Cooking for One recipe on Saturday!

  2. Thanks for the great ideas! I am breastfeeding, so I’m always hungry and looking for new snack ideas. I think I need to get some dates and/or figs.

    One of my favorite hearty snacks that makes me feel great is Raisin Bran Bread with almond butter. I bake 4 loaves at once and refrigerate or freeze all but the one that’s out on the counter in a box, so it’s pretty convenient.

    P.S. Did you realize Urban Naturale’s party is supposed to be for vegan recipes only? I’m not vegan, so it’s okay for me, but her instructions for the party ask for no animal ingredients.

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