Stuffing naturally sweet dates with walnuts creates an energy-boosting, nutrient-rich snack that satisfies a sweet appetite.
Greek yogurt and berries
If you want something creamy and sweet, grab a container of yogurt from the fridge—but avoid products with added sugar.
Apples and pistachios
Apples include vitamin C, plant components, and satiating fiber. Pistachios are one of the few antioxidant-rich, complete proteins, meaning they contain all nine necessary amino acids.
Tuna salad and veggies
This lighter tuna salad sandwich tastes great. Mixing a 3-ounce can of tuna with low-fat mayo or mashed avocado and serving it with cucumbers or in endive leaves. Tuna protein and vegetable fiber will fill you up.
Leftovers for a snack? Lentil soup for a warm, satisfying meal. As lentil soup is a mix of spices, you'll like the flavors.
Guacamole and broccoli
Swapping tortilla chips with raw or cooked broccoli florets for a crispy fix. Many grocery shops carry refrigerated or frozen broccoli florets that can be microwaved, making it quick to prepare at work.
This snack tastes like a whipped mousse or cheesecake, and it's the ideal option for those times when you won't be eating for a while.
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