Simple & Healthy Savoury Snack Recipes that are Unbelievably Tasty
When do you like to have your snack? I love to have mine just before the evening, that’s when I feel my energy levels decreasing and then have a massive urge to eat something. I usually snack on pretty unhealthy stuff to be frank, I really needed something that was healthy. I knew if I wanted something healthy I’d have to make my own snacks because that way I could have control on what I was eating, look at the ingredients and actually understand what they mean. This is where Plate Up comes in. It’s super easy to search for snack recipes, not only that but the recipes included are healthy and some even are alternatives to my favourite types of snacks. Here’s some savoury snack recipes that Plate Up offers.
These chickpea "tofu" chips (no not the crisps) are a great way to boost protein without soy. You can freeze and cut the chickpea "tofu" into any shape you like, so be creative if you're making these for your kids! It’s also a lot healthier than your average regular chips. These chips have a lot of flavour to them too, paprika and turmeric are just some of them. You can’t fault this recipe so try out these guilt-free chips.
This salad is so bright and colourful, it would cheer anyone up! It’s great with fish, chicken and falafels. Kale is the best green veg in terms of antioxidants; it has more vitamin C than an orange. Kale has the highest levels of potassium of any fruit and veg, which assists with water balance in the body: key to maintaining peak performance.
If your looking for easy savoury snacks, this is one of them. Sardines are so insanely beneficial you’ll be sure to fall in love with them. They’re rich in omega-3 fatty acids and energy-boosting vitamin B12, as well as minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and zinc. This mash is an inexpensive and nutrient-dense meal for when you feel like a boost.
Quick Ginger, Lemon and Turmeric Shot - Maple & Co
It’s getting colder and colder and you know what that means? Flu season. Having a cold is the worst, with a stuffy nose and a horrible cough. You want to have something strong that will clear your sinuses and boost your immunity. This recipe does just that. My mother used to make something very similar whenever I was ill and I’d down the cup in one go.
If you're a fish lover you’ve got to make this, it’s made with tuna, avocado and tahini with a dash of lime. It’s super simple to make and requires hardly any time at all. Have this when you want to have something refreshing during that hour between lunch and dinner, I don’t know about you but that’s the time where my stomach starts biting me. Try this recipe for a quick snack bursting with flavour and full of healthy fats.