Healthy Snax for Every Day of the Month

Posted by Luisa de Luca on

Fall is around the corner and the school year is just starting.  If you have trouble coming up with food to munch throughout the day, you aren’t alone. Since the same old snacks can get boring, 310 Nutrition created this calendar for Super Moms everywhere. Whether you're looking for healthy options for yourself or want to send your kids to school with something new and fun, it’s nice to have options.

We found an entire month’s worth of various snacks for you to choose from – better yet, the calendar is printable for convenient fridge-hanging. 


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We have also included the links below for all these amazing recipes. Just click the snack name! Bon Appétit!

1) No Bake Oatmeal Bars

Credit: The Big Man's World1

They’re gluten free, vegan, and allergen friendly. The ingredients are a bit weird and may be more difficult to come by, but they’re quick to make and tasty!

Calories: Depending on how big or small you cut them, these are about 120 calories per bar.


2) Baked Apple Chips

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It’s important to choose the right apple, depending on your preference for sweetness and tartness.

Calories: About 80 for an apple’s worth of chips


3) Baked Veggie Chips

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Depending on how varied your veggie preferences are, this may allow for a lot of different chips, or just like, sweet potato chips. Either way, yum!

Calories: About 50 for a handful, depending on what vegetables you use.


4) Roasted Chickpeas

Credit: Modern Parents Messy Kids4

It’s so cool that these can either be salty or sweet.

Calories: 120 for half a cup.


5) Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

Credit: She Wears Many Hats5

These are ideal for fall but are delicious any time of the year. They’re high calorie though, so beware!

Calories: 137 calories for ¼ cup


6) Cucumber Sandwiches

Credit: The World According to Egg Face6

These are so easy, quick, and low calorie!

Calories: 4 cucumber sandwiches are 160 calories


7) Baked Zucchini Fries

Credit: The Girl Who Ate Everything7

These aren’t super quick to make but they’re easy enough and holy moly are they delicious.

Calories: 5 of these have about 80 calories total


8) Baked Avocado Fries

Credit: More Than Mary8

As if the zucchini fries weren’t enough!

Calories: 170 for 3


9) Kale Chips

Credit: Gimme Some Oven9

You can season them however you want. They’re nutritious, low calorie, and so quick to make!

Calories: About 50 calories in a cup


10) Cheesy Spinach Chips

Credit: Lost Garden Blog10

Bet you never thought of turning spinach into chips, did you?

Calories: About 50 for 2 cups


11) Yogurt Dipped Strawberries

Credit: Six In the Suburbs Blog11

Perfect for those hot summer days!

Calories: 150 in a cup


12) Frozen Grapes

Credit: Real Food Enthusiast12

So easy and so refreshing.

Calories: 62 in a cup


13) Goat Cheese Stuffed Strawberries

Credit: Someday I'll Learn13

Sweet and savory is a combination that many love and these are a delicious option.

Calories: 50 calories for 5 of these strawberries


14) Melon and Feta Salad

Credit: Garnish with Lemon14

Another refreshing sweet and savory option.

Calories: 160 for 2 cups


15) Baked Onion Rings

Credit: Skinny MS15

These are basically just like regular onion rings, except baked instead of fried (and low cal as a result).

Calories: About 200 for 5 rings


16) Skinny Yogurt

Credit: Skinny MS16

The recipe is for strawberry yogurt in particular but you can substitute any fruit spread. Add some fresh diced fruit to kick it up a notch.

Calories: 214 for half the recipe


17) Cucumber Tuna Cups

Credit: Tastes Lovely17

Refreshing for summer, but unlike other cold snacks, these are salty, not sweet.

Calories: 60 for one (it’s because of the high calorie count in mayonnaise)


18) Pan Fried Cinnamon Bananas

Credit: Dizzy Busy and Hungry18

An entire banana only has around 100 calories, making this the perfect sweet treat.

Calories: 80 for half of a banana


19) Coco Protein Bites

Credit: Savy Naturalista19

With protein powder, oats, and peanut butter, these bites will fill you and fuel you all day.

Calories: About 85 calories for 2 medium sized bites


20) Fruity Yogurt Bites

Credit: Eats Amazing20

These are also great to include in breakfast cereal.

Calories: 35 for 2


21) Zucchini Pizza Bites

Credit: Damn Delicious21

Because pizza is a staple of life and these snack version are just as satisfying.

Calories: about 80 per serving (5 pizza bites)


22) Apple Slice Sandwiches

Credit: Countryside Cravings22

These are perfect for a quick boost of energy and fill you up with protein.

Calories: 162 for one sandwich (makes about 6)


23) Berry Chia Pudding

Credit: Great Food Lifestyle23

Chia seeds are highly nutritious and transform any liquid into pudding! The berries are optional but a sweet something extra.

Calories: 80


24) Roasted Carrots

Credit: The Spice Train24

This recipe uses curry, salt, and thyme, but feel free to use any spices and herbs your heart desires.

Calories: 50 for 4 wedges


25) Ants on a Log

Credit: No Diets Allowed25

Is this a throwback to elementary school days or what?

Calories: Each 2-3 inch “log” has about 20 calories without grapes


26) Bite Size Fruit Salad

Credit: No Diets Allowed26

These are so much more convenient than making an entire fruit salad. You can package them to take to work or to send to school with your kiddo as a snack.

Calories: 1 sliced apple makes about 6 servings, 50 calories each


27) Mini Sweet Potato Frittatas

Credit: Southern in Law27

You can use any vegetable you want but sweet potato with feta cheese is just delish.

Calories: 70 for 2 frittatas


28) Cheddar Crackers

Credit: Not Got Much In28

Granted, these could be healthier, but they don’t have any of the preservatives of store bought crackers.

Calories: 240 for 4 crackers


29) Pear Chips

Credit: My Second Breakfast29

Similar to apple chips but with a more mellow twist!

Calories: 145 for a dozen


30) Grilled Apricots

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These could easily be cooked in a frying pan instead of a grill, or even baked in the oven.

Calories: 90 for 1 apricot




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