We all know that snacks play an important role in our day-to-day lives. They can help us stay fueled throughout the day and prevent us from overeating come mealtime. But, with the vast array of unhealthy snack options available at our fingertips, it's no surprise that so many of us struggle to make healthy choices.
So, today, we're going to take a closer look at some of the healthiest dairy-free, organic snacks and treats out there. Whether you're trying to avoid dairy for dietary reasons or you simply want to stick to organic snacks as much as possible, this list has something for everyone! Keep reading for our top picks.
Creative Snacks Co.’s Organic Coconut Snacks
Stop snacking on boring old snacks and start treating yourself to some delicious coconut treat. This comes in a 4-ounce bag of organic coconut, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, and sunflower seeds. It’s perfect for those who want an energizing treat without all the artificial anything. With no added oil, this one presents a crispy exterior covered in a soft creamy interior. It does have a little bit of cane sugar in it as well as brown rice syrup, water, and sea salt.
Nature's Path Maple Almond Grain Free Granola in a Maple Almond Flavor This brand's grain-free granola is a good one. If you just want, you can mix it with some almond milk, hemp milk, or coconut milk. Mixing it with some plain yogurt that's non-dairy-based is a good idea too. This snack is a great source of fiber for all bowel irregularities.
Perfect Bar The Original Refrigerated Protein Bar in Peanut Butter
What's not to love? This delicious, nutritious peanut butter and the honey combo will have you feeling full all day long. With 20+ superfoods in every bite (including 17 grams of whole food protein!) These treats give your body what it needs for energy-without any unnecessary added sugars or calories!
From time to time, we'll have a treat after a meal. This usually is best when portioned in quarters. It's a nice way to wind down after a meal and gives us something to look forward to. Plus, it's a great way to get some extra nutrients. So if you're ever looking for a little something extra after a meal, consider quartering it off and having a snack.
These come in little travel packs. This refreshing blend carries the perfect balance of fresh cilantro, lime juice, and Hass avocados wherever you roam. You can dip it with all sorts of vegetables in it. Or, if you prefer. you could get some almond flour crackers with it too. If you're on the go and you need a quick snack, then those are handy. To save the environment, get it in bulk when you can.
Endangered Species Chocolate and Hu Kitchen: Vegan Chocolate and Snacks
Endangered Species Chocolate contains 88% cocoa. While this might be the higher percentage of cocoa, it's better to stick to at least 70% cocoa when doing any type of dark chocolate. The Hu Kitchen: Vegan Chocolate and Snacks are vegan, paleo, organic, and have 70% cocoa. They also have cashew butter with vanilla bean and dark chocolate. This brand is a great choice for those who are looking for an alternative to traditional dark chocolate.
Califia Almond Milk Creamer.
It has almond milk and coconut milk and also comes in a peppermint mocha flavor. This is a nice alternative when you're trying to use dairy-free options. There are plenty of other creams that are dairy-free that you can also go for.
Suja Organic Uber Greens
You can't beat the nutrients in this green juice drink full of leafy greens, tangy citrus, and revitalizing mint tea. It's a great way to get your veggies while drinking some good ole' fashioned healthy hydration. You can get this at Starbucks. It is made up of good vegetables, namely, cucumber, celery, grapefruit, and green chard lettuce. It has five grams of sugar in a serving size of 10.5 fl oz (310mL). If you just want to get your afternoon dose of veggies, this is a good choice.
Kale chips are a great healthy snacking option, whether you get them in a package or you make your own at home. They're packed with nutrients, low in calories, and have a satisfying crunch that will help keep you feeling full between meals. Plus, they're easy to make and can be tailored to your taste preferences.
Nuts and seeds
Nuts are great. Almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts. You can mix it because we don't want to do too much of just one specific food all the time. They're healthy and they're a great snack option. Try a variety of nuts and see which ones you like the best. Just make sure you don't eat too many in one sitting.
If you're looking for great healthy snacking options, look no further than grass-fed beef or turkey jerky. Crave Jerky is a great option, and Grass-fed Turkey Chews are also a great choice. Both options are high in protein and low in fat, making them a great snack for those who are trying to watch their waistline. In addition, both options are devoid of artificial ingredients, so you can feel good about what you're putting into your body.
Nut Butter Packages
Nut butter packages are ideal because they're great healthy snacking options. You can get the individual packages and there's almond butter, honey almond butter, and other flavors. So if you have a little bag of celery, that's yummy when you pair it with the nut butter. You can buy them in individual packages so you're not stuck with a big jar of something you might not finish.
Sunny Fruit’s Have A Ball
This great, healthy snack option comes in individual packages, perfect for on-the-go snacking. Dried dates, walnut, and coconut are rolled into balls and then sprinkled with tiny flakes of fig and coconut. There's no added sugar, making it a great health-conscious choice. So if you're looking for a delicious and healthy snack option, this is the perfect choice for you.
If you are looking for great healthy snacking options, Kombucha is a great choice. it comes in individual packages that make it easy to grab and go. Plus, the probiotic benefits are great for your gut health. There are great and healthy snacking options available other than the 3 main food groups. It is recommended that you rotate your food and non-dairy milk choices to get a variety of nutrients and to avoid becoming bored with your diet. Depending on your nutritional needs, there may be a lot of trial and error involved in finding the right foods for you. It is wise to look up the ingredients list of potential new foods and to ask around your community or online where you can find these foods. By rotating your food choices, you are more likely to find snacks that are both nutritious and delicious. Although we’ve only highlighted a few of our favorite healthy snacks here, the options for dairy-free, organic snacks and treats are endless. And always remember, the shorter the ingredient list, the better! If you want to learn more about how to incorporate healthy snacking into your lifestyle – or if you just want help finding new and delicious snacks that fit your dietary restrictions – please don’t hesitate to reach out. We would be happy to schedule a free discovery call with you so that we can get to know each other better and discuss your specific needs. Thanks for reading!
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