The 12 Best Healthy Late-Night Snacks

"Late-night cravings can ruin a lot of healthy eating plans, but if you have the right snacks on hand, you can eat what you want without going off track." Here are twelve of the best healthy late-night snacks that are both tasty and good for you.


1. Fruity Greek yogurt

There isn't much sugar in Greek yogurt, which makes it a great choice for a late-night snack. Add some fresh berries on top to make it sweeter and give it more vitamins.

2. Pineapple and cottage cheese

Another high-protein food that goes well with sweet fruits like pineapple is cottage cheese. The protein and natural sugars in this mix make it very filling.

3. Whole Grain Crackers with Hummus

There are many nutrients in spinach, kale, and other leafy greens, such as folate, which may lower the chance of some cancers, such as colorectal cancer. They also have antioxidants called carotenoids and flavonoids in them.

4. Whole Grain Crackers with Hummus

You can get a lot of fiber from whole grain crackers, and protein and good fats from hummus. This snack gives you energy and good for you.

5. Eggs that are hard-boiled

Hard-boiled eggs are a quick and easy way to get energy. Also, they don't have many calories, so they're great for snacking late at night.

6. The edamame

Edamame, which are cooked soybeans, are a tasty and healthy snack that is high in fiber and protein. To make them taste better, just steam them and put some sea salt on top.

7. Different Nuts

Having a handful of mixed nuts can give you a pleasant crunch and good fats and protein. Just watch how much you eat, because nuts are high in calories.

8. Guacamole on vegetable sticks

Carrots, celery, and bell peppers are some of the crunchy vegetables that go great with guacamole. This food is full of fiber, vitamins, and fats that are good for your heart.

9. Peanut butter on apple slices

Pears and apples together make a healthy snack. Almond butter adds protein and good fats. This mix of sweet and savory foods is sure to fill your hunger.

10. Toast made with whole grains and avocado

Whole grain toast has a lot of fiber, and avocado adds healthy fats and a creamy taste. Add some sea salt and red pepper flakes on top to make it taste even better.

11. Corn Popcorn

Air-popped popcorn is a healthy food that doesn't have many calories. You can use herbs and spices instead of butter to season the food.

12. Roll-ups of turkey

Cut up lean turkey breast, cheese, and your best vegetables and roll them up. This makes a snack that is high in protein and low in carbs.

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