We all know that college can sometimes take up all our time and would force us to eat canned goods or cup noodles; it's not really healthy but it fills the hungry stomach and is quite quick and easy to make. But did you know that there are healthy alternatives that are just as tasty and won't take so much effort to make? I've rounded up some easy-to-do snacks that are mainly made of fruit and/or vegetables. Hope this satisfies your hunger!
- Oven-baked Zucchini Chips
Are you the kind of person who loves to eat junk food because they're so good (but so bad for the health)? Well, this recipe will still satisfy your junk food cravings the healthy way—plus, you can DIY! Here's the recipe for oven-baked zucchini chips.
- Cucumber Tuna Salad Bites
If you want to start eating healthy but can't stand salads made purely of vegetables, here's a snack you might want to try to get you started with the healthy lifestyle. Not only is it healthy but it's also IG-worthy because it looks so cute and fancy as if you bought it from a restaurant. Get the recipe for cucumber tuna salad bites here.
- Fig and Walnut Energy Bars
For those who want to start having a healthy lifestyle but are always on-the-go, this snack is the one for you. This will help you maintain your energy while sitting in class or reviewing for your exams. Follow the fig and walnut energy bar recipe to make your own.
- Frozen Yogurt Blueberry Bites
While dessert is really good, it's not the healthiest food out there. This healthy alternative might just make you swap your beloved ice cream for blueberry and yogurt. Here's how you can make your own frozen yogurt blueberry bites.
Which snack are you most interested in recreating?