40 Easy And Healthy Snack Ideas For The Busy College Student
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40 Easy And Healthy Snack Ideas For The Busy College Student

If you're like me and snack all through the day or just need a late night pick me up this could be a really helpful post. Here I am going to share 40 easy healthy snacks opposed to you eating junk food.

40 Easy And Healthy Snack Ideas For The Busy College Student

1. Fresh fruit

2. Celery

3. Carrots

4. Almonds

5. All natural peanut butter on wheat toast

6. Air popped popcorn, with light butter and salt

7. Make your own veggie chips

8. Roasted pumpkin seeds

9. Granola and organic plain Greek yogurt

10. Avocado toast on whole grain wheat bread + egg

11. Kale chips

12. Cheese and crackers

13. Fruit/ green smoothie

14. Dark chocolate covered nuts

15. Cream cheese wrap with smoked salmon

16. Bell peppers

17. Apple slices with natural peanut butter

18. Oatmeal with added fruit or cinnamon

19. Cucumber slices

20. Hummus and pita bread

21. Tomatoes and mozzarella

22. Edamame

23. Canned tuna or sardines

24. Boiled artichoke (you can also make it into a dip)

25. Mix olives and cream cheese together on celery or pita

26. Zoodles

27. Brussel sprouts

28. Hard boiled egg

29. Dates

30. Blueberries

31. Blackberries

32. Broccoli and hummus

33. Cantaloupe and cottage cheese

34. Caprese salad

35. White bean salad

36. Frozen grapes

37. Grapefruit and plain greek yogurt

38. Pomegranate

39. Snap peas

40. Sunflower seeds

More info on these healthy snacks can be found here:

Shour, Emil. "121 Delicious Healthy Snacks For Every Type of Snacker." SnackNation, www.snacknation.com/blog/guide/healthy-snacks/.

Spritzler, Franziska. "29 Healthy Snacks That Can Help You Lose Weight." Health Line, 15 June 2016, www.healthline.com/nutrition/29-healthy-snacks-for....

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