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Snack smart with these healthy recipes

Snack smart with these healthy recipes. These guilt-free ideas are the perfect way to satisfy that mid-morning hunger pang or stave off three-thirtyitis. Dig into these delicious and wholesome recipes!

Want more healthy inspiration? Watch our easy how-to video and see how to make nut-free bliss balls with nutritionist Natalie Brady.
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    No-cook oatmeal balls

    Looking for healthy, nourishing snack ideas? Try these no-cook oatmeal balls - full of natural, wholesome ingredients and so delicious!

    Australian Women's Weekly|

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    Roasted carrot hummus

    This roasted carrot hummus is sweet and fragrant, rather than hot, so is a good option for lunchbox snacks as well as pre-dinner nibbles. You'll never want store-bought hummus again!


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    Peach, pear and ginger smoothie with nut clusters

    “It’s ugly but drinks like a dream” is what Nici Wickes tells people when she serves them this smoothie! Pair it with these nut clusters - they're quick to make and the two go well together

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|

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    My Darling Lemon Thyme's green goddess smoothie

    Nothing makes you feel more virtuous than a green smoothie. In this recipe, avocado creates a creamy smoothie, while coconut water brings a subtle sweetness and adds a good dose of electrolytes

    New Zealand Taste|

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    No-choc crackle slice

    We are obsessed with this no-choc crackle slice! Packed with powerfoods such as chia seeds and sunflower seeds, this nutritious and delicious snack is perfect for the lunchbox.

    Woman's Day (NZ edition)|

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    Herby pumpkin and quinoa muffins

    What’s a soup party without some form of bread? Whip up a batch of these savoury muffins to serve with soup, plus they’re great for taking out and about. Created by Emma Galloway for Taste magazine

    New Zealand Taste|

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    Strawberry Almond and Quinoa Bars

    Forget sugar-laden shop-bought muesli bars. These rich but healthy fruit and nut-filled treats make a tasty energising snack or on-the-go breakfast.

    New Zealand Taste|

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    Coconut almond power bars

    These almond power bars make a terrific schoolbox snack for the kids!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|

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    Honey soy nuts

    Make your own roasted honey and soy nuts and add them to your selection of nibbles at your next gathering and watch them disappear.

    Australian Women's Weekly|

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    Date and nut bliss balls

    A healthy treat you can feel good about eating! This bliss balls recipe is natural, wholesome, and deliciously satisfying! Try rolling in cocoa powder, chopped nuts, coconut or seeds for a pretty finish


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    4 ingredient raw chocolate brownies

    These raw chocolate brownies are heavenly! They're gooey, sweet and incredibly satisfying. All you need is 4 ingredients and a food processor and you’re good to go!