I am always on the lookout for healthy snacks. Honestly, healthy snacks that are quick to make are the priority because ironically I like to laze around eating said healthy snacks than spend time making them. Fruits are classic healthy snack options. If you are extremely lazy then you can have them as they come.
If you are anything like me, and like to pretend to have taken efforts while searching for ways to do things with minimal efforts whatsoever, then adding a little something to the fruits will make you feel like you have your life together. Take the basic fruit salad and add spices, take fruit pieces and dip them in chocolate, turn the fruits into smoothies, add anything that makes it tastier.
Here are some of my all-time favorites that are easy to make, tasty, and filling.
1. Chocolate Covered Fruits
Chocolate Covered Strawberries have always been my absolute favorite snacks. Why not take that further with more fruits. Select your favorite fruits and either dice them or add them to skewers. Dip them half way through in the chocolate or go all out, depending on what you prefer. Pop them in the freezer and once frozen you have delicious snacks ready.
This does not require much work, but the results are yummy. Remember to use dark chocolate, we are trying to make healthy snacks and the bitterness of dark chocolate compliments well with the sweetness of most fruits.
2. Yogurt Dipped Strawberries
Like chocolate dipped strawberries, yogurt dipped ones are a simple and easy treat. They are simple to make and high in nutrition level. All you have to do is dip the strawberries in yogurt and freeze it and you are good to go. You can add honey drizzle if you like to cut the plainness of yogurt.
3. Spicy Fruit Salad
Give the classic fruit salad a little punchy taste by adding spices. Adding spices enhances it from being a sweet snack option to something more. Add in some lemon juice and some chili powder. A little sprinkle does the trick. Adding salt and pepper is the classic and most basic option, a pinch of cinnamon can kick it up a notch.
4. Kiwi and Mango Salsa
A fruit salsa is right up there in taste level with spicy fruit salad. Combine kiwi and mango with bell pepper, avocado, red onion, and cilantro. Add lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Stir everything and you are done. The preparation is the same as the spicy fruit salad, but with a slightly different result, Serve with chips or tortillas.
5. Mango and Avocado Salsa
This is the same as Kiwi and Mango Salsa, but I wanted to give it a special mention along with the earlier one. The preparation is the same. If you add Kiwi you get the earlier one but this is preferred by many of my friends and I prefer the earlier mentioned one. So, here are both the options for you.