7 Healthy Snacks That Actually Taste Good
Start the year off right with the healthy ingredients, dishes and recipes that will stick with you long after you’ve abandoned those pesky resolutions. We're going all in on Clean(er) Eating—and drinking, too.
We've all been there: It's 3 p.m., and though you might have just enjoyed lunch only a few short hours ago, that nagging afternoon hunger is starting to set in. This year, try skipping the chips and opting for a good-for-you goody instead. Trust us, your 2017 self will thank you.
From almond butter to Cheezy Brussel Bytes, here are seven healthy snacking options guaranteed to make you forget all about those butter cookies. Plus, all of these handy treats are perfect for keeping at your desk or munching on the go.
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Alternative nut butters are everywhere, so ditching fatty peanuts for heart-healthy almonds has never been easier. These packs are especially easy for on-the-go snacking.
This little bowl is packed with antioxidant-rich goji berries. Just stir in your choice of milk, cold water or hot water, and you're good to go.
These zesty chips are just begging to be dipped into homemade guacamole or salsa.
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When you're craving something salty, put down those greasy fries and sub in these crunchy Brussel Bytes.
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If you're scratching your head wondering what "skinless popcorn" is, don't worry—you're not alone. However, we do know that these fluffy little kernels, popped without oil, salt or butter, are absolutely delicious.
Chickpeas are a great source of protein, keeping you full, happy and satisfied.
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