Healthy Grocery Store Snacks You Should Try Now!

Healthy Grocery Store Snacks You Should Try Now!

As a result of our propensity to satisfy our hunger pangs between meals with empty-calorie snacks like candy or chips, snacking has received a bad rap.

In order to stave off hunger and maintain a high level of energy when your stomach starts growling hours before your next meal, a healthy snack is actually a good idea.

Snacks in individual bars, microwaveable cups, and 100-calorie pouches abound in supermarkets. Many of these are marketed as “healthy.”

There’s no denying that these aren’t “perfect” snacks. Some are a little too high in sugar, saturated fat, or salt. While some have:

  • Some calories, but not so many that the snack turns into a meal.
  • Snacks with lower fat and saturated fat content.
  • They are high in fiber, protein, and/or other nutrients that keep them going for a long time.

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, cool and creamy, crunchy, or hot and filling, try one of these healthy grocery store snacks you should have ASAP.

Pastries, Creamy Puddings, And Cookies With More Fiber Are Among Our Favorite Sweet Treats

A 1.4oz box of goodies makes about 2 cups of fat-free sugar-free instant pudding (made with nonfat or 1 percent milk). Nonfat milk is used in the preparation of each half-cup serving. Saturated fats: none; protein: 6; fiber: less than 1; sugar: 7 (from the natural sugar in milk).

Coconut Chips

They aren’t overly sweet, unlike many other coconut chips. These “unique, kind of surprising,” and “very light and crispy” cookies were described by editors. For those times when a potato chip just isn’t cutting it, these are a great alternative.

Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Each 5.1-ounce box contains six individual packs. Whole-grain wheat flour, high-oleic canola oil, and oat fiber are all components of South Beach cookie packs.

Aspartame (acesulfame potassium) and maltitol (maltodextrin) are also included as sweeteners. It has 100 calories, 5 grams of fat, 1.5 grams of saturated fat, 1 gram protein, and 5 grams of fiber in each serving of the double chocolate chunk variety (2 g sugar alcohol).

Mixed Fruit Dried in the Sun

For those who can’t find a fresh fruit basket at the convenience store, dried fruit blends may be more appealing.

While you could eat an entire bag, you’re better off sticking to a single cup, which is only 100 calories.. calories.. calories..

Baked Beet Chips with Sea Salt

These baked beet chips are a must-try if you enjoy your chips with a hint of sweetness.

According to one of our tasters, “they’re sweet, with just the right amount of saltiness and crunch.” Even though they’re made entirely from beets, they don’t taste too “vegetal.”

Yummy Healthy Frozen Desserts

There must be some protein and fiber in a frozen dessert in order for it to be satisfying. That’s why trying these yummy frozen desserts as smoothie popsicles give you enough protein and fiber that you want from a traditional protein smoothie.

Snack Cup like the Honey Nut Cheerios on the Go 

Honey Nut Cheerios is a great snack-sized cereal option that is both satisfying and low in calories—each cup has only 110 calories, making it a wonderful option of healthy grocery store snacks you can buy today.

Fruit Cups

Even if you don’t think they’re the most appetizing food in the store, we both know that they’re the best thing you can eat when you’re in the midst of a crisis.

If you’re looking for a little extra flavor, look for a squeezable serving of Justin’s Organic Peanut Butter (190 calories).

Crunchy Delights

The shelf is stocked with a variety of upscale crackers. Even so, one of the most popular is Triscuits Reduced Fat.

Several newer crackers, even those that sound like they’d have a lot of fiber, are either high in fat and saturated fat, or low in fiber.

You’ll also find heart-healthy mixed nuts on this list, as well as two varieties of microwave popcorn for those who can’t live without their popcorn fix.

Additionally, some tuna brands now offer a fat-free tuna salad kit that includes low-fat wheat crackers. The 9 grams of protein could be exactly what you’re looking for in an afternoon snack.

Crunchy Chickpeas with Saffron Road 

In our opinion, chickpea snacks have replaced potato chips as a popular snack food. This spicy, curry-like flavor and “super crunchy, salty” texture makes them irresistible.

Not only that, you can use them in salads, soups, and even as bread crumbs for breaded chicken.  “So many possibilities.”

Grain-free Peanut Butter Bars

This energy bar does not lack crunch because it is grain-free. The addition of peanuts, almonds, and cashews that are completely gluten-free.

Hot/Microwavable Snacks

Microwavable entrees are the first type of product listed in the “something hot” category.

These items can be stored in your pantry or desk at work and come in handy when you need them (the kids can fix them themselves in a pinch).

Just don’t forget not to throw away the packaging! There are many parts that can be reused.

Sabra Hummus Cups in Single Serving Size 

These single-serving snack packets are usually found in the dairy section and are the perfect size for any cup holder. The 160 calories in these hummus cups allow you to eat a bag of baby carrots or a few whole-wheat crackers with them.

String Cheese (Kraft Mozzarella and Cheddar)

Just 60 calories and 140 milligrams of sodium make them a healthy snack option. Snacks such as whole wheat crackers and the two-cheese blend go well with it.

Let Us Help Your Employees!

With the assistance of Well Health Works, you can make an investment in the health of your employees and we can start by choosing healthy grocery store snacks for your company’s snack bar.

When you work with Well Health Works, one of our primary goals is to assure that your employees are healthy and satisfied. If you want to make improvements to your health program, we are here to help you.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 833-935-9355 or

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