50 Clean Eating Snacks

Like many of us, you battle a hectic daily routine. Luckily, we’ve learned that the key to juggling a busy schedule is to maintain stable energy levels throughout your day. Snacking on nutritious food options will keep you fueled up, but, unfortunately, the most easily accessible snacks are not always the healthiest! Packages of processed chips, crackers, and fruit snacks lurk behind the glass of every vending machine.

Thankfully, there are other options. By stocking your pantry, desk, or handbag with unprocessed snacks, you’ll quickly eliminate refined sugar, sodium, and unnecessary chemicals from your diet.

Choose from 50 clean eating snacks and slash processed foods from your diet:

1. No-Bake Workout Bars for an anytime snack.

2. Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip with Fresh Fruit.

3. Carrots with Avocado Dip

4.  An Asian Chicken and Veggie Lettuce Wrap

5. A guilt free, melt in your mouth Peanut Butter Banana Cup.

6. A Hard-boiled Egg – Learn 3 important health benefits of eggs.

7.  Classic Cucumber & Tomato Salad

8. Fruit with Skinny Nutella

9. Popcorn

10.  Baked Apple Chips

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36 Comments on "50 Clean Eating Snacks"

  1. mel  July 9, 2013

    can you put this in a PDF or printable format?

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    • Skinny Ms.  July 10, 2013

      Mel, Will add a print button to this post.

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  2. Jessica  August 26, 2013

    Just wondering if I'm missing the "print" button on this post – I would love to print it out and hang it up for my my kids to see and I noticed that you replied you were going to do one of those buttons. It is so very much appreciated!!

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    • Skinny Ms.  August 27, 2013

      Jessica, No there hasn’t been one added yet. What we’re doing instead is creating a poster than can be downloaded. Check back in a week or so for the poster. 🙂

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      • Judy  January 5, 2014

        I just read this post for the first time, but I don't see a print option or a poster to download. Is it available somewhere else?

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        • GaleCompton  January 5, 2014

          Judy, At your request, I just added a print button. 🙂

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    • Deb Williams  March 23, 2014

      Control P should print and then you just print to file…

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  3. mar  January 4, 2014

    better buy organic cause anything else is far from healthy but even organic fruits are gas ripened with ethylene (gmo corn) and anything in a package has some sort of gmo in it. the only healthy snacks are anything you grow yourself.

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    • amber  March 16, 2014

      lol well if we all lived thinking every single thing is bad for us, then i guess we would all starve. it's safe to say that any of these recipes would be healthier than that bag of potato chips we sometimes go for, and i'm pretty sure that's the point of this post.

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      • Deb Williams  March 23, 2014

        Farmer's markets are an excellent place to go to shop for fresh fruits and vegetables, etc. They usually have a lot of different things – even arts and crafts or entertainment thrown in too. You can go have fun, get BETTER fruits and vegetables, and help LOCAL farmers out as well.

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  4. Teresa McCarty  January 8, 2014

    Please add a print button! Love this!
    Thank You

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  5. Crystal  January 9, 2014

    The print button isn't working for me 🙁

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    • guest  March 25, 2014

      copy and paste works as well as printing

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  6. Hope  February 19, 2014

    Yummm…..I also love apple slices dipped in Nutella and rolled in granola. These are some great snacks!

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  7. Jancy  March 22, 2014

    How can I print the entire list? It will only print the first page no matter what I do.

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    • Hrant George  August 4, 2014

      It may be the page setting in your print options menu.

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  8. Diane  March 25, 2014

    Be sure to identify that the foods should be organic and/or GMO-free. Especially foods like corn – unless it's organic, is genetically modified with round-up ready chemicals. 🙁

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  9. Wendy  March 29, 2014

    Great ideas but I can't stock my desk with many of them

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  10. Rebeka  April 14, 2014

    Print and pdf still only work the first page.
    Great article! thank you!

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  11. Karen  May 31, 2014

    While I think the intention here is great, I have an issue with stating this is "clean" eating. The definition of clean eating means that what you put in your body is natural. The reference to "skinny" anything (peanut butter, ranch dressing, etc.) is far from clean. Please beware and read labels. If you don't recognize something that is on the label – as in you can't actually picture what the food ingredient is, then it's not clean. It's not just about removing high fructose corn syrup and processed sugars from your diet (you should!), think about removing all of the additives and preservatives as well. Read your labels, please!

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    • SkinnyMs  June 4, 2014

      Karen, We definitely agree about label reading and encourage it throughout the site.

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  12. Hrant George  August 4, 2014

    To print- simply highlight to copy and past. Paste the copy onto an email draft, then save/send/ or print. You can even highlight and copy the photos, or the entire article with photos, and transfer the same way.

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  13. Hrant George  August 4, 2014

    To add to my previous comment, you can label and save the recipe drafts in a separate e-mail folder if you don't want to print it out.

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  14. colleen  August 15, 2014

    has anyone tried the protein fudgesicles? Black beans???

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  15. Deanna  January 2, 2015

    How does one eat a diet such as this when allergic to legumes, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, coconut, etc.?

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    • SkinnyMs  January 2, 2015

      Deanna, Multiple allergies are a big challenge to manage in any way of eating, but it can be done. If you can incorporate fruits, nuts, and veggies that you are not allergic to and make substitutions that is always good.

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    • Ann  March 20, 2015

      One does one's own research for one's specific needs instead of being mad that someone didn't do it for you. There IS a certain amount of responsibility in one's health.

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  16. resep pie susu  July 4, 2015

    I would love to print it out and hang it up for my my kids to see and I noticed that you replied you were going to do one of those buttons. It is so very much appreciated..!

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    • SkinnyMs  July 5, 2015

      Just added the print button. 🙂

      Reply
  17. mom  September 5, 2015

    Is there a poster I can download?

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  18. Cinnamon  December 27, 2015

    #16 & #47 seem to be the same..or is it?

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    • Skinny Ms.  December 27, 2015

      You have a good eye, thanks for catching it. Check out #16, just updated the snack. 🙂

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  19. Taylor  March 6, 2016

    What is shown with the strawberries and bananas on the front page?

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    • Gale Compton  March 6, 2016

      Apple slices…my favorite with this dip recipe. 🙂

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  20. Deb  April 12, 2016

    I am on blood thinners as 100’s of thousands of us are. Green vegetables and green fruits make my blood very thick and I almost died of blood clots in my lungs. Many recipes have green veggies in them. I cannot find recipes with green excluded. We can have head lettuce but no other greens. Do you know of any resources who print recipes that people who take blood thinners can use? Thank you for any help you can give me.

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    • Gale Compton  April 13, 2016

      Deb, I would recommend googling “recipes for people on blood thinners”. 🙂

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