Post-Workout Snacks

If you can’t eat a balanced meal within an hour of working out, grabbing a snack with protein and whole grains is a great idea. We’ve got a few ideas for easy snacks to bridge from your workout to your next meal.

Spice Roasted Almonds

3 Guiding StarsSpiced Toasted Almonds are simple to make, easy to take with you, and offer a great boost of protein, fiber and heart-healthy fats. (3 Guiding Stars)

Oatmeal Peanut Butter Bumps

2 Guiding StarsOatmeal Peanut Butter Bumps are delightful as snack or dessert. High in nutrition and easily portable, they might become a new family favorite. (2 Guiding Stars)

Spring Rolls

2 Guiding StarsSpring Rolls are a perfect make-ahead meal to keep a handy serving of veggies are your family’s fingertips. (2 Guiding Stars)

Chickpea Hummus

2 Guiding StarsChickpea Hummus Without Tahini is a delicious way to add protein to your snack of crispy vegetables. (2 Guiding Stars)

Lemon Cookie Balls

2 Guiding StarsLemon Cookie Balls are sweet little bites of sunshine that will brighten up your day and give you the energy to keep going. (2 Guiding Stars)

Chocolate Date Snack Bars

3 Guiding StarsChocolate Date Snack Bars are deeply chocolate and completely guilt-free. Keep them handy to fight off cravings for less nutritious sweets. (3 Guiding Stars)

Zucchini Hummus

2 Guiding StarsAdd a little extra veg to your hummus with this simple recipe that goes perfectly with whole-grain pita bread or sweet and crunchy carrots. (2 Guiding Stars)