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4x healthy filling snacks

  1. Sometimes you have those days when your jaws grind all day long. Not healthy, not sensible and not good for the line; you know that. But you have an unquenchable appetite and that is not in those eternal carrots or a slice of cucumber. A number of healthy snack options would be nice. And preferably something that is more filling than a handful of liquorice or half a pack of biscuits.

1. Edamame beans

  1. These young soybeans are a great daytime snack and also nibble away on the couch with a good movie. You buy them at the Asian supermarket, but larger health food stores or supermarkets also have them. They are often in large bags in the freezer and otherwise in the refrigerator compartment. Sometimes it says 'frozen soy beans' on the packaging instead of edamame. You don't eat the skins, you suck the beans out of their shells. Delicious with a little bit of sea salt on top. Do boil before use. Edamame beans have a high nutritional value. They are rich in protein, iron, omega-3 fatty acids and calcium, making them an ideal vegetable for vegetarians and vegans. In addition, it contains a lot of fiber and vitamins A and C. 100 grams of edamame contain about 120 kilocalories, so a bowl of green beans is a slim snack. You can also make a dip or roast them as a snack, but they also taste good with a (noodle) salad. Or braise the shelled beans in a little butter and eat them as a vegetable.

2. Raw vegetables with a healthy dip

  1. Many people get rid of the carrots and cucumber pieces after a few weeks. But of course there are many more vegetables that work well as a snack. Also consider cauliflower, celery stalks, bell pepper, radishes, tomatoes, avocado and grilled eggplant. You can also dip beets and broccoli raw raw. In terms of healthy dip, hummus is the most popular these days. Not surprising, because this vegetarian spread is tasty and healthy. But of course there is nothing wrong with a little variation. Consider, for example, pea spread.

3. Muesli bars with banana and mulberry

  1. If you make these healthy bars over the weekend, you'll have a healthy and filling snack on hand all week long. What do you need? 100 grams of oatmeal 100 grams of walnuts, pumpkin seeds, linseed, pine nuts, almonds or other seeds and nuts 35 gram butter (or coconut oil) 25 grams of raisins, goji or Inca berries 25 grams of pomegranate seeds 50 grams of black mulberries 2 ripe bananas How are you? Chop the nuts and then mix all ingredients in a bowl. Knead the mixture well with your hands. Set the oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Then form a long strip that you press flat between two pieces of baking paper. Then remove the top parchment paper, so that the mixture has a chance to brown. After 20 minutes, turn the bar over and bake the other side for another 15 minutes, so that it is well browned on all sides. Let it cool down and then cut into nice strips. You can keep these granola bars in the fridge for about a week. They will keep for a few days outside the refrigerator. You can also freeze them.

4. Apple pie filling Cut an apple into slices or cubes and mix in a small handful of raisins and a good teaspoon of cinnamon. Also very tasty warm

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