So many of my clients struggle with healthy snacking and usually end up eating granola bars that are high in sugar or grabbing fast food. Healthy snacking doesn’t have to be inconvenient. On my segment on The Morning Show, I share 3 easy and healthy convenient snack recipes for both adults and kids. During this segment, I use 3 products I love, Evive Smoothie Cubes, Hungry Buddha Coconut Jerky, and Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts.
Healthy Convenient Snack Recipes
Seedy Coconut Trail Mix
Make your own custom trail mix using Hungry Buddha Coconut Jerky. Hungry Buddha Coconut Jerky is the raw coconut snack made from gently dehydrated coconut ‘meat’. Certified Organic, Vegan, Non-GMO Project Verified, paleo, and keto, this better-for-you snack is great on its own, or in my seedy coconut trail mix. It comes in four flavours including naked, cocoa, jalapeno lime, and teriyaki. This is a fun recipe to make with kids because they can choose what to add to their trail mix.
- Hungry Buddha Coconut Jerky
- Pumpkin seeds
- Sunflower seeds
- goji berries
- cacao nibs
- Place in an airtight container and store at room temperature for as long as you want.
I love these Evive Smoothies because you just throw the cubes in a jar, cover with liquid, and shake! They are a complete smoothie in cubes, no blender needed! Evive smoothies are organic frozen smoothies cubes, made from complete fruits, veggies, superfood and vegan protein.
I made the Samurai smoothie during this segment. Like a samurai, this smoothie gives power to your organism to protect against free radicals with its excellent source of anti-oxidants. Enjoy it as a breakfast or snack for an instant well-being!
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Available in the frozen organic section of healthy grocery stores.
Chocolate Hemp Balls
These balls will keep your energy levels high and balance your blood sugar. They are perfect for school lunches because they are nut-free. Chocolate Hemp Balls contain Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts which are high in fibre, protein and healthy fats. Hemp Hearts may look little, but they contain 10 grams of plant-based protein and 10 grams of omega-3 and omega-6 per 30-gram serving (more than a comparable serving of flax or chia). Hemp foods also contain magnesium, fibre, iron, zinc, and phosphorous.
- 1.5 cups dates
- 1.5 cups Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts
- 1 cup raw cacao powder
- 2 Tbsp coconut oil
- Place everything in a food processor and blend until smooth.
- Shape into 18 balls and roll in hemp hearts.
- Store in the freezer and enjoy whenever you need a snack!
Today’s post on Healthy Convenient Snacks is sponsored by Evive Smoothies, Hungry Buddha and Manitoba Harvest. Opinions are always my own and I only review companies and brands that I truly believe in and love.
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