10 Healthy Snack Ideas That Keep You Full

Veggie Chips

Ditch the regular potato chips for some healthier veggie chips instead. Our recipe for Air Fryer Veggie Chips uses beets, sweet potato, and zucchini, so you'll keep your calorie count low (a serving of these veggie chips has only a little over 100 calories) and will also get a boost of antioxidants, too—which can help reduce your risk of chronic diseases.


This fun twist on regular popcorn uses only a few ingredients: popcorn, cranberries, peanuts, and chocolate chips.

Sweet Potato Toasts

Instead of a traditional toast made with white bread containing little to no nutrients, try one of these sweet potato toasts.


Smoothies are a great healthy snack for those who need to take something on the go. You can put whatever you want in your smoothies, like nut butter, fruit, seeds, milk, or protein powder.

Acai Bowl

When you're craving a sweet, refreshing snack but want to avoid added sugars, an acai bowl can be the perfect solution. Using ingredients like acai, bananas, berries, kiwi, and coconut, you'll get a naturally sweet treat that comes with 11 grams of fiber.

Salad Skewers

Salads can offer a ton of health benefits, but who really wants to eat a salad as a snack? To get the nutrition of a salad in a stackable way, these Salad-Style Eggs on a Stick are perfect.

Spinach Artichoke Dip

Not only is this Spinach Artichoke Dip an absolutely delicious and cozy snack, but because it's made with ingredients like spinach, artichoke hearts, green chiles, and whole wheat pitas, it packs in 14 grams of fiber and has only 270 calories per serving.

Protein Muffins

You may think muffins are more of an "unhealthy" snack because they're often loaded with sugars and contain very few nutrients. But when you make these Blueberry Protein Muffins, you'll get a big protein boost while lowering your intake of added sugars.

Monkey Toast

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