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Healthy Vegan Snacks


How to Make Healthy Vegan Snacks

Our eating habits are greatly influenced our kitchen supplies and vice versa. By simply transforming our food choices, we can move in the right direction toward healthy eating. For example, removing junk food is a great first step; if you don’t store any junk food in your pantry, you will better be able to avoid the temptation to eat it. It is also imperative to make healthy choices while shopping at the grocery store or making your grocery list. Try shopping at whole or natural food markets to help make healthier choices easier.


It is important to make a conscious effort toward developing healthy eating habits to maintain your weight and for your overall well-being. Here are a few healthy vegan snacks and their ingredients to help you stock up your pantry and develop a healthier lifestyle for a happy life.


1. Frozen Grapes

This is an easy, refreshing summer snack.


2. Kale Chips

If you are craving something salty, try some kale chips as your vegan snack. They are available at the market in many flavors, but you can also make them at home following some great recipes from the internet.


3. Rawnola Cereal

Another favorite vegan snack is chewy Rawnola which is naturally sweetened with the Medjool dates. Add some almond milk to a ½ cup of the cereal and you have a heavenly breakfast loaded with essential nutrients.


4. Smoothies

Vegan smoothies are a healthy, nourishing, filling snack packed with nutrients. You can make a green smoothie by adding green ingredients you love along with some nutritional superfoods and drink up for a great day ahead.


5. Popsicles

Popsicles are a great way to crush those snack cravings, and the possibilities are endless. Try mango ginger popsicles, which are zingy and refreshing while extremely easy to make.


6. Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Craving fries? Baked sweet potato fries are oil-free fries that won’t harm your vegan diet and are a delicious anytime snack.


7. Mixed Berries with Cinnamon

This is more than your average bowl of fruit. Mash up some of your favorite berries to your desired consistency and sprinkle with ground cinnamon. This bowl of goodness is loaded with antioxidants and easily satisfies your sweet tooth without sabotaging your vegan diet.


Stock your pantry with the right items to ensure you are prepared when those snack cravings strike!


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Yours in health and wellness,

Julie

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