We all enjoy munching on food. Snacks come to our immediate aid while we are experiencing hunger. But the instant-packed snacks that we frequently eat damage our health and result in numerous health-related issues. Regular consumption of immediate, packaged, or fast food snacks will cause us to gain weight. Many people believe that eating healthfully while juggling a busy schedule is difficult. But healthy snack recipes are simple to make and can taste just as good as the typical harmful nibbles. Read along to know about healthy snacks recipes.

Healthy snacks recipes

  • Vegetable tikki

We need vitamins and proteins every day, and vegetables are an excellent source of both. For kids who don’t like vegetables, this recipe makes a tasty substitute. This recipe is delicious, easy, and time-efficient. All you need is the vegetables of your choice. Potatoes, carrots, cabbage, capsicum, onions, beets, broccoli, peas, and corn are excellent choices for preparing tikkies. Except for the corn, grate everything. In a bowl, combine the vegetables with the necessary amounts of cornstarch, rice flour, besan, chili powder, salt, and some ginger garlic paste. Give it a nice stir after adding some water. You can pan-fry them once you form them into cutlets.

  • Grilled skewers

Grilled foods help people lose weight. Vegetables have a higher vitamin and mineral content and grilling locks in all those benefits while keeping them moist and soft. When meat is grilled with strong flames directly, the bacteria are destroyed. The ideal evening snack is grilled vegetables with your favorite meat or shellfish. Chicken, shrimp, and fish pair well with vegetables including carrots, mushrooms, capsicum, and onion. Take a bowl, fill it with your favorite meat and vegetables, add some barbecue sauce and masala, and let it marinate for at least 30 minutes. Place everything on a skewer after that, then grill it. 

  • Fruit salad

Fruits have important nutrients for the body that promote good skin, hair, and digestion while also preventing heart disease, treating anemia, and boosting the immune system. This quick recipe makes a fruit salad bowl. Apples, mangoes, kiwis, bananas, grapes, strawberries, and other fruits can be cut into pieces and combined with a tablespoon of honey for a tasty treat. If you don’t like the taste of honey, try substituting a pinch of chat masala.

  • Sprouts

Sprouts are a good source of fiber and help in maintaining blood sugar levels, improving digestive health, maintaining heart health, and lowering cholesterol levels. A sprout salad can be the best pre-workout snack. Cook a bowl of your preferred sprout seed and add chopped onions, lettuce, and some coriander leaves. For the toppings, combine nuts like almonds, cashews, pistachios, and walnuts and make them into a nice powder and add it to the sprout bowl and enjoy the nutrition-rich good snacks to eat.

  • Cottage cheese wrap

Cottage cheese also known as paneer contains vitamin D, calcium, magnesium, and essential fatty acids and is low in carbs which aid in weight loss. The wrap can be prepared by sauteing some preferred veggies like mushroom, capsicum, and onions in a pan with some butter and add pepper, and salt. Now add the cottage cheese and mix well. Roll the mixture in wheat bread and enjoy. 

Hope you will try these recipes and stay fit, healthy and happy.