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8 On-the-Go Snacks Made Right in Your Kitchen

Looking for a snack other than a bag of potato chips that you can grab on your way out the door in the morning? These snacks are as handy as they come and can be made right in your own kitchen.

Go Eat & Repeat creates a wonderful Greek yogurt breakfast bark, blended with blueberries, strawberries, and granola. This frozen sweet treat is perfect for an on-the-go breakfast or a midday pick-me-up. Feel free to sub in whatever berries your heart desires.

Ditch the bag of Doritos. Oven-baked zucchini chips are a thin, crispy, and healthy on-the-go snack. Table for Two‘s biggest tip — do NOT over-season, this could cause the chips to shrink in size. Dip the finished chips in hummus for a more filling bite.

Handmade Charlotte marries a PB&J and peanut butter cups to make her homemade peanut butter and jelly cups. Stash them in the freezer and pull out 5-10 minutes before eating.

Get your fiber and protein fix with A Beautiful Plate‘s salt and vinegar roasted chickpeas. This snack mimics one of our favorite chip flavors and is salty and savory enough to satisfy cravings.

If you’re looking for a clean, satisfying breakfast to-go but also want to get your chocolate fix, now’s your chance. Monique of Ambitious Kitchen created a skinny banana chocolate chip muffin recipe that’s ready in just 30 minutes and made with whole wheat flour, honey, and Greek yogurt.

Take a break from apple cider donuts: these cinnamon apple chips are about as natural as they come, and the spiced cinnamon on top gives them a fall flair no matter what month it is. Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen says that although these chips may take time to bake, the result is so worth it.

Tieghan of Half Baked Harvest calls this treat Mom’s Secret Christmas Eve Chex Mix, but this savory snack mix is appropriate at any time of the year. What makes this mix unique is the seasoned butter sauce poured on top before baking in the oven.

A healthy, bite-sized snack, no-bake granola bites are perfect for lunches or a quick snack.  Mel’s Kitchen Cafe includes good-for-you ingredients like agave nectar and flaxseed, which are both fantastic energy-boosters. Try adding chia seeds, dried fruit, or coconut flakes.




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