Updated: Nov 2
Looking for nutritious and filling snack ideas to keep you satisfied during the day?
Look no further! We’ve saved you the trouble of tedious google searching and put together our top 5 recommendations. Let us know what you think!
Thanks to it's healthy fat and protein combo, this chia pudding will keep you feeling full until your next meal.
See our recipe here
Loaded with fibre, protein and many other nutrients, these crunchy balls of goodness are a great alternative to potato chips!
A perfect addition to a healthy lunchbox, a Saturday afternoon rugby snack or a cost-effective protein topping for a salad!
TOP TIP: These are best consumed fresh!
Check out our recipe here
Vege Sticks with homemade hummus or tzatziki
A great low-carb snack alternative to chip and dip or crackers and cheese. Vege sticks and dip are also a fantastic way to bulk out your cheese or charcuterie board whilst keeping carbs low.
You can find our hummus recipe here
3 Ingredient Oat Bites
These oat bites will become a lunchbox winner! They also work well as a ‘breakfast on the run’ option however, we recommend pairing them with a handful of nuts and/or a pottle of greek yoghurt to ensure you're consuming a balanced meal.
Simply mix banana, oats and cinnamon and bake for 20 mins at 180C.
TOP TIP: Feel free to add any cupboard leftovers to boost the flavour. We've opted for a handful of chocolate chips and 1/4 cup coconut in our bites (pictured right)
See our recipe here
Low in carbs and packed full of protein, fats, vitamins and minerals, these little delights are the perfect snack option! They also double (triple!) up as a breakfast/lunch option too.
We recommend making them with leftover vege, cheese, seeds and of course eggs!
See recipe here!
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The Wellness Studio is an online dietetic practice who specialise in lifestyle change, weight management and weight loss, women's health, gut health, low FODMAP diets, management of chronic health conditions, paediatric food allergies, and fussy eating/food intolerances.