Skip Nav
Healthy Living
Why I (and Everybody Else) Should Learn to Take a Compliment
Health News
An Ingredient in Starbucks's New Drinks Might Not Be What You Think It Is
Healthy Living
10 Things to Never Say to a Healthy Eater

Healthy Snacks You Can Grab From Fridge

Create a Go-To Snack Center in Your Fridge

When in a rush or feeling snacky, you want to grab a nutritious snack that won't break the caloric bank. You might have good-for-you options scattered about your kitchen, tucked away in different cabinets and drawers, but a central location of healthy snacks will make the whole process much easier — especially if you're feeling a dip in your blood sugar.

To make your snacking decision a breeze, create a snack center in your fridge. Prepare appropriate serving sizes in baggies or containers, place them in a plastic bin, and the next time you need a morning or afternoon snack, just grab one. Having portable snacks at your fingertips means that if you need to run out the door, you have a handy snack to take.

If you need some ideas for healthy snacks to include in your snack center, keep reading.

Share your quick and healthy snack ideas in the comment section.

Around The Web
Barley Packs Some Major Bod Benefits
Health Benefits of Having Sex
Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls
Why It's Important to Take Compliments
Chocolate Popcorn Recipe
Things to Never Say to a Healthy Eater
Natural Anxiety Treatments

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
Fruity-Mom Fruity-Mom 4 years
Love this concept...it's easy and accessible!
TheIronYou TheIronYou 4 years
That's a lot of overprocessed stuff there, that Kashi and Barbara's bars are packed with stuff you don't want! It's better to make your own bars and use some dried fruits instead. Peace Mike
fuzzles fuzzles 4 years
Ooops! Make that 50 calories!
fuzzles fuzzles 4 years
I agree! I recently found GoGo Squeeze cinnamon apple sauce at my local Target. They are 99.9% apples and cinnamon and have no sugar added. A 3.2 oz. squeeze pouch has just 90 calories. I keep a couple in the fridge and another couple in my car. Well, at least until Minnesota once again turns into an ice cube!
awesomepants awesomepants 4 years
Amazing idea.
Latest Fitness
X