These delicious, healthy snack recipes are all easy to make and taste great!
We've got many healthy recipes, whether you're looking for sweet or savory snacks. There are plenty of snacks that can be eaten on the go and several that are more substantial if you're looking for a small meal.
We have several low-calorie snacks and some low-carb snacks as well. If you're into healthy snacking, there's something here for you.
Hopefully, you'll find some new healthy snack ideas to try! Be sure to check out our post on after-school snacks for great ideas for your kids as well.
Homemade Granola Bars
These healthier homemade granola bars are a great snack - perfect for peanut butter and chocolate lovers!
This cream cheese fruit dip is the perfect accompaniment to a fruit tray! It's great for an afternoon snack break. It saves well in the refrigerator and is perfect for anyone with a little sweet tooth.
This great snack board is full of fresh veggies (bell peppers, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, and radish), dips, and can be served with veggie chips and/or pita chips. It's a great appetizer or afternoon snack board for a crowd.
Serve with your favorite hummus like red pepper hummus, edamame hummus, or regular garlic hummus. Then garnish with fresh herbs or toasted nuts.
These roasted chickpeas (also called garbanzo beans) are the perfect healthy snack - they are bursting with flavor and have a wonderfully satisfying crunch.
This protein-packed snack with a hard-boiled egg, fresh fruit, peanut butter, and string cheese is a hearty recipe. This snack box will keep you going all afternoon long.
If you've got a sweet tooth, you'll love these stuffed dates! They're a take on the 'healthy snickers bar' trend. Fill them with peanut butter or almond butter for a sweet and salty treat.
These gorgeous yogurt covered strawberries are so easy to make! You'll dip fresh strawberries in vanilla yogurt for a sweet, healthy treat.
This easy snack is so simple to pull together. It's full of healthy fats and stuffed with sweet dried fruit, this mix of nuts, pumpkin seeds, dried fruit, and just a few chocolate chips can be made in a big batch and stored for easy snacking.
One of our favorite high-protein snacks, this whipped cottage cheese has a wonderful soft-serve ice cream like consistency.
These delicious kimchi avocado toast bites are a great appetizer or afternoon snack! If you like avocado toast, then you've got to try this version.
This nutritious snack dip is made with Greek yogurt, honey, almond butter (or peanut butter), and cocoa powder. It's a delicious, healthy dip for apple slices or other fruit.
This sweet treat will be popular with kids and adults!
These fun rainbow fruit skewers are super easy to make and are a great healthy snack. You'll use a wide variety of fruits to represent the colors of the rainbow!
You're going to love this blistered shishito peppers recipe! Shishitos are sweet peppers that can occasionally be mildly spicy and are always deeply flavorful.
This delicious peanut butter cup rice cake recipe is the easiest healthy treat! It's a great afternoon snack.
These savoy cabbage chips are easy to make and an absolutely delicious crispy veggie snack.
These kale chips with everything but the bagel seasoning are super easy to make and an awesome afternoon snack!
This delicious green goddess cabbage salad is a wonderful combination of wholesome ingredients, including finely diced cabbage, green onions, cucumbers, chives, and a creamy dressing. Serve it with tortilla chips!
This delicious chocolate chia seed pudding is an easy, healthy sweet treat.
Chia seeds are nutritional powerhouses - they're a great source of fiber, high in omega 3 fatty acids, and promote heart health (source).
These delicious blender banana oat muffins with chocolate chunks are a healthy treat! They're made by combining rolled oats, bananas, milk, and an egg in a blender.
This sweet potato toast recipe is topped with avocados, microgreens, radishes, raspberries, edible flowers, and sesame seeds.
Roasted squash seeds are a delicious snack when toasted!
They're a great healthy choice when you're craving something salty and crunchy.
What could be better than ripe figs dipped in dark chocolate and topped with Himalayan salt? These dark chocolate figs are absolutely delicious.
These delicious roasted artichoke hearts are topped with parmesan cheese and baked till crispy.
These delicious fruit and nut dark chocolate bites are a healthier way to enjoy a chocolatey treat.
This gorgeous Italian starter of prosciutto and melon recipe (prosciutto e melone) is simple to make.
A serving of cantaloupe provides you with your daily needs for vitamin C and vitamin A (source).
These healthy dark chocolate treats are a ridiculously simple recipe! The best part is the little pop of juicy flavor you get from the pomegranate seeds! So tasty.
What's not to love about a charcuterie board? This appetizer board with cheese, salami, fruit, and crackers is perfect for a party or any time when you need a savory snack.
This fun recipe for a magic shell smoothie bowl is super fun to make! You'll make an easy strawberry banana smoothie and top it with a chocolate shell.
The filling on these deviled eggs is similar to the traditional recipe - with mayonnaise and smoked paprika - and you'll use real pumpkin puree for some unique flavor!
Hard-boiled eggs are a great source of protein.
These healthy blueberry breakfast cookies will be your new favorite healthy cookie recipe!
These delicious chocolate dipped bananas are a wonderful sweet treat! The frozen bananas and chocolate are a great combination.
This super cute watermelon pizza is a great healthy snack! Kids and adults alike will love this fruit pizza with yogurt and berries. It has very little added sugar (just a bit of honey) but is still a sweet treat.
This delicious apple nachos recipe is a fun way to enjoy fresh fruit! Top the apples with your favorite ingredients like chopped nuts, coconut flakes, and dark chocolate chips.
If you like caramel apples, you'll like this fun snack with fewer calories. It's incredibly easy to pull together and is a tasty but healthy treat.
- ½ cup honey
- 3 tablespoons peanut butter
- ¼ teaspoon sea salt
- 2 cups rolled oats
- ½ cup finely chopped walnuts or almonds
- ⅓ cup dark chocolate chips
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Line an 8-inch square baking dish with parchment paper.
- Combine the honey, peanut butter, and sea salt in a large mixing bowl. Stir till combined. Add the rolled oats, chopped nuts, and chocolate chips and stir till combined.
- Press the mixture into the baking dish. Bake the granola bars for 18 minutes for soft bars and 20 to 22 minutes for crispy bars.
- Allow the bars to cool fully in the pan for 20 minutes before cutting them into 8 to 10 bars.
- Then, pull the side of the parchment paper up to remove the bars from the pan and slice again along the same lines.
- Allow bars to cool fully before eating or storing.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 212Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 80mgCarbohydrates: 30gFiber: 3gSugar: 17gProtein: 4g
Which one of these healthy snack recipes will you try?