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Healthy evening snacks

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justanotherday4 Sun 05-Aug-18 21:47:15

Evening all, just after a few ideas on what you have for healthy evening snacks. Me and DH trying to cut out the nighttime crisps, sweets and chocolate blush

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PlainVanilla Sun 05-Aug-18 23:02:17

Don't snack. Drink water.
If you feel you must eat, carrot sticks or celery or apple slices. Basically things you need to chew.

Blondie1984 Sun 05-Aug-18 23:07:26

Homemade popcorn
Yogurt with fresh fruit (berries etc)
Frozen grapes
Home-made tortilla chips (cut a tortilla into triangles, bake in the oven) with salsa or hummus
Banana ice cream

Are you actually hungry though or is it a behaviour/routine that you've just fallen into?

AtleastitsnotMonday Mon 06-Aug-18 14:29:53

Try roasting chickpeas with garlic and chilli

Everyoneiswingingit Mon 06-Aug-18 14:41:10

Make sure you have a filling dinner, then no need to snack. If you struggle with that have a hot drink or clean your teeth and go to bed earlier.Could be fun!

Mumof1DS Tue 07-Aug-18 11:38:51

I tend to snack in the evening usually because we eat dinner early to either way together before DH goes out to a late shift, or because we want to eat together before LO goes to bed as we think family mealtimes are important.
If I want something with crunch (where I would usually go for crisps), I now have carrot sticks or cucumber. If I'm fancying something sweet, rather than raiding DH's unhealthy stash, I usually go for grapes, kiwi, pineapple, any fruit really! Sometimes with a dollop of skyr on.
I don't feel bad about snacking in the evening because I eat generally pretty healthily. Dinner is generally a home cooked curry/stew/omlette, always veggie.

mude Tue 07-Aug-18 19:52:04

Frozen grapes
Pop corn
Rice cakes
Ice lollies (can make them yourself)

Margaurette Tue 07-Aug-18 19:57:39

Herbal/ decaf tea.

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