Healthy Snack Recipes

With our healthy snack recipes, you can kick afternoon cravings without packing on pounds. Choosing the right snacks can boost your mood and health, and even help you lose weight. Get started with our easy no-recipe snack ideas. Simply assemble a few common ingredients, and you'll stop a grumbling stomach. Our shopping list of healthy snacks will help you get the right ingredients in your kitchen so you can easily whip up something to munch on without planning ahead. For more no-recipe ideas, download our chart of 200 snack ideas—all under 100 calories! We also have excellent snack recipes you can serve at a party so you can enjoy the festivities without worry. Try our always-popular chicken wings, layered dip, or even saucy ribs! If it seems like sweets are always beckoning you, try some of our simple strategies for avoiding temptations. We talk specifically about Halloween treats, but these ideas to beat cravings can be applied any day.

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Air-Fryer Spiced Walnuts
This is an easy air-fryer snack recipe to keep on hand for parties or a quick boost of energy.
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Farrotto
Farro is an ancient grain with a toothsome texture and nutty flavor. Similar to Arborio rice used in traditional risotto, farro absorbs cooking liquids and swells up without breaking or becoming mushy.
Watermelon Wedges with Honey-Yogurt Sauce
Cool off from a hot day in the sun with this healthy snack. The coconut and pistachio add an irresistible crunch to the Greek-yogurt-topped watermelon.
Low-Sugar Ice Pop Base
Wholesome fruit and citrus juice yield refreshing flavor in this healthy ice pop recipe. Mix and match your favorite ingredients to create a delicious frozen treat.
Roasted Red Pepper Pesto
Spoon this delicious low-sugar sauce over shrimp and fish, drizzle over tacos or quesadillas, or toss with rice and pasta.
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No-Bake Energy Bites
When that afternoon hunger hits, reach for one of these healthy bites. They're packed with good-for-you ingredients such as chia seeds, oats, and dried fruit to keep you energized until dinner.