This tasty snack can be mixed ahead of time and munched on for several weeks. If you’re sensitive to soy, substitute raw almonds for the soy nuts. View recipe.
Cacao nibs are small pieces of cacao beans; most are heated but the recipe keeps them undamaged by heat (look for those labeled raw). They add a rich, dark-chocolate crunch to recipes. To make date paste, mash semisoft, pitted dates, such as medjool, by hand. Dates vary in moisture content, so you may need to add a teaspoon of water if yours don’t hold the dry ingredients together. View recipe.
Figs are rich in antioxidants, but in processed cookies they are commonly smothered in refined flour and sugar. This recipe incorporates these healthy fruits, fiber-filled oats, and honey to make a treat with much less sugar than a standard energy bar or cookie. View recipe.
Easy and addictive, these crunchy treats keep for about two weeks in a tightly covered container. View recipe.
These crunchy-chewy cookies are perfect for snowshoe hikes or cross-country ski trips. View recipe.
¡Vamos! Grab something good that won’t weigh you down with our 5 on-the-go snacks.