I recently decided I needed some new fuel food snack ideas so of course I consulted my Facebook family–my go-to information resource. 😉
Here are their suggestions. You decide which ones work for you!
Susan Oglesbee Hyatt
cottage cheese w/blueberries, turkey on wheat, balance bars, almonds and dried apricots
Teri Oglesbee Proffitt
Carrie’s trail mix. Almonds, dried cranberries, pumpkin seed. YUM! Also, cheese.
Trader Joes 8 minute steel cut oatmeal, ground flax seed, and some kind of fruit. Yum.
Dani Fake Webb
Frozen blueberries, nuked for 30 seconds, then mixed with vanilla yogurt. Apple & peanut butter. Handful of raisins & almonds. Buckwheat toaster waffle with honey or agave syrup. Crackers, grapes & a lil bit of cheese. Yogurt with Kashi go lean crunch cereal. Garbanzo beans with celery, red onion, red wine vinegar, olive oil, salt, pepper. Sweet potatoe, 8 mins in microwave, cinnamon & cloves. 😉
Dixie St. John
Walnuts, hard-boiled egg, blueberries, V8…
almonds, Larabar (coconut – yum!), apple w/ peanut butter, TJ’s hummus w/ veggies
apples and almond butter too, blacks bean and rice, I like eating a lot of fruit like berrries mixed together or smoothies from frozen fruit.
Dried, pitted prunes with almonds. Healthy, easy snack. Yum!
walnuts with laughing cow light wedge!
frozen edamame – nuke for 6 minutes add sea salt
Pinot Grigio, but just for a snack. Chardonnay for a meal.
Jelly Bellies! Hey sometimes a girl has to munch. I am the whole wheat pita pocket queen. Everyday I stuff one with organic salad greens, veggies and TJ’s Ranch dressing (low fat and sugar). Add a cup of veggie soup for lunch or dinner.
Brown rice sushi rolls with something yummy in the middle (avocado or tuna or cucumbers… dipped in soy-sauce and wasabi, of course! Yum!
Laura Hilton English
Shelled Edamame (find them at Trader Joes in the frozen food section). With a little salt you can be fooled into thinking it is almost like fries (or at least I can).
http://www.zingbars.com/ I like the choco/peanut butter
soy joy bars. an avocado.
homemade trail mix with almonds, raisins, dried cranberries, sunflower kernels, chocolate chips; hummus and whole wheat pita; greek yogurt with granola.
Clif bar’s Zbars (they’re supposed to be for kids but they are delish!), whole wheat english muffin with peanut butter, and yogurt with Kashi go lean cereal mixed in.
Sunflower seed granola from Clean Eating. If you like oatmeal, sunflower seeds, peanut butter… Mix 3/4 cup sf seeds, 1/4c ground flaxseeds, 1/2 c almonds, 1/2 c shredded unsweetened coconut, 3 tbls nat. peanut butter, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/3 c agave syrup or honey, 1/2 tsp vanilla. Bake at 300F in a sheet cake pan for 40 minutes. Remove from oven and mix in 1/2 c dried cranberries when cool. A great, high protein snack. Make 12 servings – 234 calories, 13g protein. Yum! One of my favorite things.
plain old gorp (raisins and peanuts) with a little chocolate chip treat sprinkled in for fun…best high energy food i use in the mountains…
Homemade hummus made with flax oil & fresh lime eaten with organic carrot & jicama sticks… yum!
Koren Pollock Motekaitis
yogurt with ground flax (and frozen mixed berries), almonds, trail mix, cottage cheese and stoned wheat crackers
Taconcitos De Infarto
beetroot cake – lots of seeds inside and outside (homemade, a plus:-))
Stacey Riley Shanks
Hummus and carrots, hard boiled egg and a banana, GF bread toasted with avocado and marinated artichokes, apples with almond butter or peanut butter, tempeh pate and with rice crackers (savory thins at Trader Joes!).
plain greek yogurt drizzled with a really good honey. a slice of a tangy cheese (think smoked gouda) drizzled with a really good honey or a mellow cheese splashed w/ balsamic vinegar (I like strong tastes)
Gail G. Kenny
Snap Pea Crisps
wasa crackers with pesto and goat cheese (or any cheese) toasted under the broiler…chocolate covered coffee beans with mixed nuts…yummmmmmmmm
BTW here are some of my faves: Kind bars, Greek yogurt with bob’s granola, apple with cheese, wasa crackers with cheese, fruit, raw nut mix.