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3 Nutritious and Surprisingly Delicious Snacks You can Make At Home


By now, you would already know that snacking on processed and junk foods are extremely unhealthy. They can impose serious health issues, lead to weight gain, worsen your complexion and also affect your cognitive abilities.

The act of snacking, however, is neither deadly nor unhealthy. In fact, if you snack wisely with discipline, snacking could actually improve your performance, increase your metabolism and even curb impulsive binging throughout the day.

The best snacks are natural and contain little to no salt and sugar. They will also keep you full enough until your next meal.

Luckily, there are a handful of snacks you can make at home. Best of all – they are extremely easy and quick to make!

Read on for 3 beginner-friendly and effortless snacks you can make at home.


1. Apple Chips with Peanut Butter Dip

This low-fat and high protein snack is a healthy alternative to everyone’s weakness – potato chips and crisps. Apples are high in natural sugars and could be used to satisfy even the strongest sweet tooth. By pairing Apple slices with peanut butter, you combine sweet and savoury tastes for an interesting and hearty snack that will excite your taste buds. Furthermore, as peanut butter is high in protein and fatty acids, you can rest assured that this snack will keep you full until your next meal.

Simply slice apples thinly and bake them in a baking oven until they are brown and crisp. After that, top each apple slice with some peanut butter and serve.

Tip: For crispier apples, try tossing the apples in olive oil.


2. Banana and Dark Chocolate Greek Yogurt Smoothie

Smoothies are great for hot days. However, most smoothies from fast food joints can be fattening as they are loaded with trans fats and artificial sugars.

Instead of quenching your thirst with unhealthy milkshakes, why not make your own Banana and Dark Chocolate Greek Yogurt Smoothie? High in protein, potassium and antioxidants, this smoothie will keep you full, help your muscles recover and also perk you up during the day. This smoothie is also excellent for chocolate and milkshake lovers.

The recipe is simple: simply combine a ripe banana, dark chocolate and some Greek yogurt in a blender and blend away! To make this even healthier, try topping the smoothie with some chia seeds for extra fibre.


3. Kale Chips

This is another healthy alternative to potato chips and rice crisps.

Kale is a rather uncommon vegetable in Singapore. However, it is loaded with antioxidants like Quercetin and Kaempferol, which are among the strongest known to scientists today. Moreover, Kale is rich in Vitamin C and Vitamin K. More importantly, Kale could also help to fight cancer.

The next time you feel like reaching for a bag of chips, opt for Kale chips instead.

Simply toss the kale (detached from the stem) in olive oil in a dash of salt and pepper. Next, bake at 200 °C until brown and crisp, this should take about 10-15 minutes. Serve immediately.