Finding snacks that suit you can be hard, especially when it comes to finding snacks that aren’t going to sabotage your health.
Of course, everything should happen in moderation, but sometimes, you just need a little snack, something to keep you going. If you want simple, and not too guilty, these are the 15 snacks for you. They’re some of our favourite three-ingredient snack recipes. So good!Invitation Hey you! You're invited by Jody to join the Stay at Home Mum survey panel with her! Earn an income, give your opinion, and have a voice from home!
1. Apricot Balls
Coconut and apricot are two flavours that just love to be together. This version of Apricot Balls is nice and healthy, with no unnatural sugars, making them a good idea for snacking.
2. Flourless Sweet Potato Brownies
Not only are these sweet potato brownies vegan and gluten-free, they’re also a breeze to put together, rich in flavour, and perfect for sugar-free diets and paleo.
3. Peanut Butter Fruit Dip
A perfect way to encourage kids to get some fruit in them, and a great source of energy for busy little people, is this Peanut Butter Fruit Dip. Creamy and sweet, they’re a guaranteed winner.
4. Easy Healthy Fudge
Fudge usually means lots of condensed milk and lots of sugar, but this fudge is different. Instead, it’s just three simple ingredients, natural sweetness from honey, and beneficial cocoa powder. Yum!
5. No-Bake Peanut Butter Oat Squares
Talk about a fantastic after-school snack, these no-bake peanut butter oat squares are super easy, and not that unhealthy. Obviously, peanut butter should be eaten in moderation, but these make a super yummy snack.
6. Easy Banana Pancakes
These banana pancakes aren’t just gluten-free and low-calorie, they’re also not just for breakfast. In fact, they make a delicious snack for almost any time of the day, and can be made in advance!
7. Homemade Energy Bars
We love to be filled with energy, and God knows we need to be, but sometimes, we just don’t have it in us. That’s where these yummy energy bars come in. Chewy, nutty, and pretty good for you, we love em!
8. Almond Butter Granola Bars
What’s not to love about granola bars? They’re a super quick snack, but they taste so good and will keep you full for ages! This recipe is particularly good, and super simple.
9. Healthy Flourless Brownies
If you’re looking for a use for all those super over-ripe bananas, this is the recipe you should be using. Ready in under 30 minutes, this recipe is vegan, gluten-free, and so yummy!
10. Simple Oat Cookies
You’ve probably got pretty much everything you need to make these oat cookies at home already. They come together so fast, bake for just 15 minutes on average, and taste amazing.
11. Baked Banana Chips
Store-bought banana chips are far from good for you. They’re usually packed with added sugars, and frankly, pretty expensive too. These homemade ones aren’t just healthy, they’re simple to boot.
12. Raw Vegan Brownies
Bring together walnuts, dates and some incredibly tasty cocoa powder (raw or not, your preference) and you have these flavour-filled Raw Vegan Brownies. Yes please.
13. Cheesy Broccoli Egg Muffins
Perfect for breakfast or snacks on-the-go, these easy egg muffins are a great way to get some more vegetables in your diet, without the hassle!
14. Cinnamon Pear Chips
You wouldn’t think that a simple recipe with pears, cinnamon and sugar would make that much of an impact, but these are a great snack. There’s only a small amount of sugar, but they’re really tasty.
15. Oven-Baked Fruit Roll-ups
If you’re trying to encourage your kids to get more fruit into their diet, these easy three-ingredient fruit roll ups might be just the thing you need. Blend everything together until smooth, then bake in the oven at a low temperature and voila!