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Healthy Snack Recipes

One of the most common requests I receive is for “no bake” healthy snack recipes that can be made without a stove, without an oven, and without a microwave. Normally, each time someone asks for ideas, I respond with a long list of healthy snack recipes from my site… but then the commenter has to search for each of the links individually. So finally I’ve put all the no-bake healthy snack recipes in one place. This post is long overdue!

Healthy Snack Recipes

Click on the pictures to see each healthy snack recipe.

peanut-butter-cookie-dough-balls_thumb  homemade yorks  fg pb1
healthy peanut butter cookies  banana pudding  Cake Batter Reeses
fg smoothie  Healthy Cookie Dough Truffles  chocolate pumpkin pie
ma  raw cookie dough bites  Nutella Fudge
cookie dough popsicles  homemade protein bars  nutella pops
eatclean  chocolate peanut butter fudge  mounds bars
homemade larabars  healthy energy bars  nutella rice crispy treats
vegan candy corn  Healthy-Peanut-Butter-Chips_thumb_9  Granola Bars
amanda 5  healthy crunch bars  raspberry fudge
chocolate fudgsicles  no bake cookies  chocolate pb cups
cookies 4  cookies  chocolate rice crispy treats  fg mints
mini cheesecake bites  homemade chocolate bars  pumpkin pie reeses
coconut bar  german-chocolate-truffles  vegan chocolate cups
no-bake-pumpkin-cookies_thumb  peanut-butter-jelly-fudge_thumb  vegan chocolate bunnies
rice crispy treats  fudge babies  girl scout cookie bites
thumb four  Healthy Snack Recipes  peanut butter bars
homemade luna bars  healthy nutella  mint chocolate popsicle
raw oreos  reeses peanut butter cups-- healthy makeover!  peanut butter pie no watermark

To see each recipe:  Just click on the pictures. 🙂

Of the above list of healthy snack recipes, all of the following are portable snacks, meaning these healthy snack ideas can be taken on-the-go in a lunchbox or cooler bag without needing to be kept frozen: Chocolate peanut butter balls, Pb cookie dough cookies, Banana pudding recipe, Fairytale smoothies, Cookie dough truffles, Chocolate pumpkin pie, Mocha chocolate cookies, Raw cookie dough bites, Homemade protein bars, Homemade larabars, Cake batter bars, Nutella crispy treats, Vegan candy corn, Peanut butter chips, Quaker-style granola bars, Chocolate pb no bake cookies, Cookie ball pops, 2 ingredient cookies, Chocolate crispy treats, Thin mint brownies, German chocolate bites, Pumpkin cookies, Rice crispy treats, Fudge babies, Girl scout cookie bites, Gingerbread men, Peanut butter pretzel bars, Homemade luna bars, Healthy nutella, and the raw oreos… And congratulations if you’ve made it this far. I know this post was crazy long!

What are some of your favorite healthy snack recipes?

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Published on July 18, 2013

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  1. Nat says

    Thanks for this post! I am getting a little obsessed with no bake snacks at the moment, this has some great ideas for me to use!
    x

  2. Kaira says

    I make your Chocolate Peanut Butter No-Bake Cookies all the time for my mommy. They make such a nice snack to grab out of the freezer. I’ve also made the pumpkin pie resees and love them.

  3. Lisa says

    Thanks for all the different options.
    I tend to just make the same things over and over until I’m sick of them; which probably is telling me I need to mix it up a bit more with more Snack options.

  4. Karen says

    This post is awesome! I am going to a circus day camp right now ( I’m 15) and when I come home I like to make myself a snack so it’s great to have this list of easy recipes!

  5. BakeMeABallerina says

    My favorite snacks: CCK Peanut Butter Shake, canteloupe, and Nature Valley granola bars…and bananas dipped in peanut butter, and yoloberry yogurt…

  6. Lilly says

    Thanks for the round-up of no bake recipes! Perfect for quick and healthy snacks! The only thing is when I clicked on the cute gingerbreadman-looking cookies it took me to your zucchini fries?

  7. Alexandra @ Lean Green Healthy Machine says

    This is post is timed perfectly, with the summer heat the last thing I want is to turn on the oven or stove…but still make delicious desserts! I made the peanut butter pie a few weeks ago for a birthday party and it was a wild success. Thanks for the amazing recipes!

  8. Diandra says

    You know what I like most about this post? From the look of it, al recipes contain chocolate, peanut butter OR BOTH. Thank you so very much. ^^

  9. Lisa @bitesforbabies says

    Besides the fact that ALL of these look delicious, I have to say that I love the simplicity of the pics! I’m a fan of your food photography..simple, to the point, yet they portray the deliciousness of the food so well! I’m still working on mine, but I do think I’m getting better! 😉

  10. Claire Sweeney says

    Planning is key to eating healthy, well-balanced meals, and snacks are no different. You need to have a game plan to keep yourself on track when hunger strikes. Stocking your fridge with ingredients for quick and healthy snacks can help you resist the vending machine when you’re at work or avoid that pint of ice cream in the freezer. So, whether you’re juggling family activities, work requirements or social commitments, keep on hand these quick recipe ideas to help you stay lean and healthy!

  11. Karen says

    What a great post! It’s too hot where I am to turn on the oven. In this heat, I’m drawn to your avocado ice cream, 4 minute macaroons, and birthday cake rice krispies! Other than that, I go for hummus and veggies, coleslaw (with oil and apple cinder vinegar), and seasonal fruit (strawberries!). Any plans on making a stove top cookie? Or strawberry cobbler/short cake? I’m gluten free, sugar free, vegan so I appreciate how adaptable your recipes are. Keep up the amazing work!

  12. Dawn says

    I love your recipes , they rock, I have just one question, I have tried lots of sweets with beans, and no matter how long I rinse the beans , they all still have a funky bean like aftertaste, do I just have weirdly sensitive taste buds?

    • tamber says

      Puree Black Beans in Food Processor until Whipped&Smooth use in BROWNIES w/Cocoa Makes a Nice Dark Chocolate Flavour! Chocolate Hides Bean taste.

  13. Cookies n' Creme says

    Thank you for this post! I JUST made your Copycat Mounds Bars, your chocolate/banana/coconut “good girl” fudge, and your Dark Chocolate Crunch Bars. My favorite was the Dark Chocolate Crunch Bars, and the Mounds bars. They’re just amazing!! Thanks so much for all the great recipes:)

    P.S.
    I’ve been following your blog for about 2 weeks now…And enjoying every minute of it!!

  14. Anna @ Your Healthy Place says

    Love it! Especially in summer no one wants to be slaving over a hot stove. Thanks girl!

  15. Cookies n' Creme says

    Hi!
    I was just wondering about some substitutions. In some of your delish – looking pie recipes, you call for tofu. I can’t eat soy. Soooooo…………Mushrooms??????? Could that POSSIBLY work?! Like, maybe canned, and then blended smooth in the food processor?? Or, even if the texture was OK, would the taste be WAY TO overpowering? What do you think?

  16. Cookies n' Creme says

    PS
    I guess if mushrooms don’t work, I can always just use soaked nuts, beans (the texture wouldn’t work for your Ultimate Fudge Pie, though) or bananas. (Except the bananas carry a flavor.)
    I just thought, mushrooms in a pie? I mean, if it worked and tasted awesome, I would have the joy of my life watching people’s eyes pop out when I tell them what’s in it. 🙂 🙂 🙂

  17. Cookies n' Creme says

    So, I was thinking…..The texture of a beet (cooked) is lucious, (please excuse the spelling) rich, smooth, and buttery. Sweet, too. So, imagine a beet, sweet, lucious, rich, smooth and buttery, put in the food processor. IF it works how I’m imagining it, and IF the taste was changeable to something else……Imagine the endless possibilities…..Beet ice cream, beet pie, ………………… I was just brainstorming. Thought I’d share. Can’t wait for the garden to hurry up so I can cook some beets!

    • tamber says

      Puree BEETS(1 can whole) In Food Processor Until Whipped Put In Red Velvet Cupcakes w/Cocoa Light &Fluffy Super Moist.Delicious! Try it

  18. S says

    Hrm… On the one hand I’m happy I found your site. On the other, I’m concerned I found your site. Healthy’s all well and good but it’s a shame you don’t have secrets for portion control too. 😉

    I look forward to trying most of these in the coming weeks.

  19. silver says

    Planning is key to eating healthy, well-balanced meals, and snacks are no different. You need to have a game plan to keep yourself on track when hunger strikes. Stocking your fridge with ingredients for quick and healthy snacks can help you resist the vending machine when you’re at work or avoid that pint of ice cream in the freezer. So, whether you’re juggling family activities, work requirements or social commitments, keep on hand these quick recipe ideas to help you stay lean and healthy!

  20. Kim Franklin says

    Need a nibble without a big slice of guilt to go with it? Tuck into a healthy snack, avoid that blood sugar dip and tide yourself over until dinner.

  21. Mrs. G says

    I was inspired by your recipe for sugarless chocolate candy bars but didn’t want to use coconut oil and all that saturated fat. So I experimented with olive oil and cocoa powder and powdered artificial sweetner and froze it. Super creamy and YUM with no hint of olive taste! It is one part oil to two parts cocoa and one packet sweetner per Tablespoon of cocoa.

  22. Kelsey P says

    I love baking but find myself pushing it right down the bottom on my list of priorities as soon as uni and work get a little busy.
    Great to have so many different delicious looking recipes in the one place to try out when I’m a little time poor.

  23. Kristin says

    OMG! I can’t take my eyes off those pictures. They are just amazing and lovely, so the recipes. Love them all. Thank you 🙂

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