July 29, 2021

10 Easy Snacks To Make When You Work From Home

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TOP 10 EASY SNACK IDEAS

Here are my top 10 ideas for easy snacks for work from home office days. These snacks have been hand-picked for their nutritional benefits and their delicious taste. All these options are the perfect grab-and-go bites that you can either prepare in less than 2 minutes or meal prep on the weekend in bulk to last you through the working week.

Let’s take advantage of the luxury of having a kitchen right on hand when working from home and stock your pantry with these tasty snacks!


5 Easy Snacks To Grab And Go

1. Apples and Almond Butter

A great way to sneak some extra protein and fiber into your diet is to dip sliced apples into your favorite almond butter (or nut butter of your choice).

2. Yogurt, Fruit and Seed Bowl

My go-to refreshing yet filling snack is a bowl of thick greek yogurt, fresh berries, mango or banana, and a mix of seeds, such as chia, pumpkin, or flax seeds. You could even top it off with a small handful of granola for some extra texture.

3. Nori Crisps or Popcorn

For that satisfying crunch and a lower calorie option to regular chips, why not try nori (seaweed) crisps or lightly salted popcorn. These are great options to have on hand when you are low on time.

4. Hummus and Vegetables

Dip some veggies into store-bought or homemade roasted garlic lemon hummus. Some of my favorite foods to dip in this liquid gold dip include:

  • Carrots
  • Cucumber
  • Celery
  • Crackers
  • Pita bread (try this warm!)
  • Tortilla chips

5. Nuts or Dried Fruit Mix

Nuts and dried fruit are packed with energy to keep you motivated throughout the day.


5 Snacks To Make In Advance

These are delicious snacks that you can batch prepare on the weekends to grab between meetings during the week.

6. Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins

If you think you need something a little more filling to tie you over till lunch, these moist chocolate chip and blueberry muffins are your best bet. Serve with a cup of your favorite coffee for the ultimate mid-morning energy boost. These are delicious snacks that you can batch prepare on the weekends to grab between meetings during the week.

7. Pumpkin Bread

When September rolls around I know these will be a staple in my diet, but who said pumpkin bread was just for the fall months? Depending on your preference, you can serve this bread warm with butter for a savory serving or with a drizzle of vanilla icing or powdered sugar for a sweet twist.

8. No-Bake Protein Energy Bites

This recipe uses just six ingredients, and I would bet you have most of them in your pantry at home already! These easy no-bake energy balls take just 5 minutes to throw together with minimal mess. 

9. Bread And Balsamic Dip

What could be better than a few slices of freshly baked baguette dipped in olive oil and balsamic vinegar? Well, you can take it up a level with this balsamic dip recipe. This recipe will only add 1 minute of prep time to your snack, but it will take it to new heights with the addition of garlic and herbs.

10. Homemade Popsicle’s

If you are overheating at work and want something to cool you down and infuse some goodness and vitamins into your diet, why not make your own popsicle’s. All you need are some popsicle molds which you can reuse all summer. Some great flavor ideas include:

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