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Healthy Workplace Snack Ideas

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  1. An apple with peanut butter snack ideas
  2. Orange with handful of cashews
  3. Melon cubes over cottage cheese
  4. 1/4 of an avocado and handful of tortilla chips
  5. Mini rice cakes topped with peanut butter and raisins
  6. Low-fat cottage cheese with sliced peaches
  7. Carrots and Fat-free Ranch
  8. Applesauce (unsweetened) and whole wheat crackers
  9. Popcorn (Air popped or 94% fat free) tossed with dried cranberries
  10. Low-fat Yogurt topped with granola
  11. 1/2 whole wheat bagel with 1 tbsp low fat cream cheese topped with smoked salmon
  12. Handful of almonds and blueberries
  13. Hummus spread on 1/2 whole wheat pita sprinkled with diced tomatoes
  14. 3 oz can of tuna with fat free mayo and whole wheat crackers
  15. Cup of whole grain cereal with skim milk topped with berries
  16. 1/4 sliced red pepper and fat free blue cheese dressing
  17. Whole grain tortilla wrapped around string cheese with handful of grapes
  18. Oatmeal topped with dried fruit
  19. Angel food cake topped with fresh berries and chopped pecans
  20. 4 pieces of sushi
  21. Cooked Edema me, ½ cup brown rice and 1 tsp soy sauce
  22. Diced tomatoes tossed with ½ tsp pesto on toasted whole grain bread

Helpful Hints

  • Watch portion sizes. A handful is about 12-16 nuts or 10-12 crackers. Choose fruit in smaller sizes. Remember it’s a snack, not a meal.
  • Canned fruit is best when packed in own juice. If that’s not available, choose "Lite".
  • Mix sugars with proteins or whole grains to keep you satisfied longer. For example, have a piece of fruit and a handful of whole grain crackers or nuts.
  • Avoid empty calories: Sodas, sweet tea, sugary snacks.

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