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11 Healthy Snack Recipes
You are hungry but you really don’t feel like spending hours in the kitchen? Well, we’ve all been through these times when we’re hit with a sudden hunger attack and might have to grab a bag of chips for convenience. Of course, you’re lazy to cook a quick snack but trust us, it is really easy to do so.
We’ve come up with a superb list of 11 easy snack recipes that you can whip up in minutes to beat those evening hunger pangs. They’re delicious and much more satisfying than the store-bought stuff.
A classic French snack that you can recreate in your kitchen in no time. Bite into layers of bread, egg, ham, cheese and mustard sauce.
10Dates with Nut Butter
This is an instant antidote for every sweet tooth. Simply slice open a few dates, remove the pits (if necessary), and stuff with a teaspoon of almond, peanut, or cashew butter.
9Corn Flakes Crumbed Paneer
When a hunger attack strikes, fried foods are the best remedies. Coat some slices of paneer with crunchy corn flakes and fry them golden.
This is a classic healthy munchie that’s so easy to make. Preheat the oven to 400º and thoroughly rinse/dry a can of chickpeas. In a bowl, toss with cumin, chili powder, sea salt, and (optionally) a tablespoon of maple syrup. Arrange on a baking sheet and bake until the chickpeas are crisp and crunchy.
7Basil Butter Bread
Smear a slice of bread with butter and a freshly made basil-garlic paste and simply toast it till the edges turn crisp. This one is a delicious and easy snack recipe.
6One Ingredient Ice Cream
Ah, the classic. This is truly one ingredient dessert. To make, freeze a few bananas overnight, cut into small chunks, then pop them in a food processor until you have a creamy frozen dessert.
5 Mixed Sprouts Corn Chaat
One of the easiest snacks to make is probably a chaat. Just bung in fresh corn, sprouts, juicy tomatoes, pomegranates and drizzle some coriander chutney.
4Healthy Club Sandwich
A quick and easy sandwich recipe that is healthy as well as delicious. You can make this for your breakfast or as a light evening snack. Made with whole wheat bread, lettuce, tomatoes and oodles of cheese, you can prepare this as both vegetarian or non vegetarian.
These fresh soybeans are so much fun to eat and packed with a complete source of protein. To cook, boil a pot of water under a steamer basket and allow the beans to steam for about 10 minutes, until thoroughly heated. You can also boil the edamame if you don’t have a steamer basket. Once cooked, serve in a bowl with a pinch of sea salt. To eat: place the pod in your mouth, bite down, and squeeze the beans out, discarding the pod.
2Fried Onion Rings
Perfect crispy snack to munch on a movie night with friends. Rings of onions coated in an egg and milk based batter, fried till crisp. This tea-time snack recipe will make you fall in love.
Nothing need be said about avo toast. It’s basically the world’s most perfect snack. Simply take a piece of very unprocessed whole grain bread and mash about 1/3 of an avocado over the top. Sprinkle with a pinch of sea salt and some chilli flakes. If you want to get really fancy, top with jalapeño slices and tomatoes too.