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Light cream cheese, combined with maple and cinnamon, creates a sweet amber dip that is perfect to pair with apple slices.
Greek yogurt has more protein and less sugar than regular yogurt, so indulge in a healthy twist on strawberries and cream.
Skip the excess sugar and sodium in store-bought granola bars, and make your own. Natural ingredients such as honey, dried cherries, and rolled oats ensure a nutrient-packed, healthy snack.
You can make your own granola for granola bars. It's also a healty snack served on its own or with yogurt.
This sweet snack is as simple as layering your favorite fruits with pudding and a little crunch. We used blackberries, bananas, and shortbread cookies, but you can choose your own flavors.
This balanced trail mix is too good to enjoy just once a year. It combines the best of crunchy and chewy textures plus sweet and savory flavors.
If chips are your go-to snack, try crispy, vitamin-filled kale chips as a healthier option.
Choose your favorite red wine to make this citrus granita, a summertime favorite. Add a spoonful of whipped cream for extra decadence.
Cocoa powder, walnuts, and dates combine in a deceptively healthy snack that satisfies your sweet tooth.
With 30 servings per batch, these flavorful nuts are perfect to keep on hand for a party or a filling grab-and-go snack.
Fresh arugula, sweet tomatoes, and salty bacon cover your flavor bases, while 7 grams of protein get you through the day.
Trade the hot chocolate for something just as cozy and sweet. Blending almond milk, sweet potato, and spices yields a healthy drink that's as good for you as it is indulgent.
Pickling is a great way to upgrade tired veggies. This easy recipe includes a mix of delicious flavors such as rosemary, cayenne, and mustard.
We used more veggies -- such as low-calorie poblano peppers and roma tomatoes -- to downsize the fat in traditional guacamole. Serve with your favorite whole grain tortilla chips.
This gorgeous treat is only 115 calories. Keep some in your freezer so you always have a healthy snack on hand.
Sweet soybeans, otherwise known as edamame, are full of the good stuff. They form a nutritious base for this sophisticated snack, along with basil, creamy ricotta, and a crunchy baguette.
A traditional Ecuadorian side becomes a light, fresh snack. Pile the citrus-infused onions onto crusty bread or a whole grain cracker for a heartier snack.
Craving a salty crunch? At 88 calories per serving, baked pita chips are a light alternative to fried snacks. Enjoy plain or with your favorite hummus.
A healthy snack with three kinds of cheese may sound too good to be true, but this filling wrap is just 58 calories per serving. Combine cheese with artichoke hearts, pesto, and sweet red peppers for a snack that is satisfying and delicious.
Instead of choosing a snack that weighs you down, opt for the refreshing combination of mint and tangy protein-packed Greek yogurt.
Low-fat yogurt and whole wheat flour boost moisture and nutrients in classic pumpkin bread. The warm, spiced flavor is still there, with just 117 calories per slice.