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March 18, 2022

Snack time can indeed be difficult for those on a no-sugar diet. Even ostensibly healthful packaged snacks might include hidden sugars. As a result, always read the labels. However, to verify that your sugar-free snacks are truly sugar-free, cook them yourself at home. To get you started, here are some of our favorite nibbles. These top-rated dishes are made with natural ingredients and have no refined sugar, artificial sweeteners, or other sugars.

A snack isn't always a bad thing; you simply need the correct type of food to get you through the remainder of the day, one that isn't loaded with processed sugar and other harmful processed components. So, put down the cookie jar and skip the pricey store-bought protein balls.

Banana Oats Energy Bar

Grated carrots and apples are mixed with pureed banana, sweetened apples, porridge oats, and crushed peanuts. There is no additional sugar.


Raspberry Chia Pudding

With this delightful Raspberry Chia Pot snack, you can get your daily dosage of healthy gut health. It's difficult to think that such small chia seeds can provide so many advantages, but they can. Chia seeds are an excellent vegetarian source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants, as well as iron, calcium, and fiber. They are also considered to be beneficial to the intestines.

Potato Brownies

I'm a huge lover of sneaking vegetables into every meal, and I guarantee you won't even notice they're there with the other Sweet Potato Brownies! These healthful treats are baked in the slow cooker, which results in them being extra gooey and fudgy.

Energy Balls made with sweet potatoes

These nutritious little Energy Balls would not only satisfy your hunger, but will also provide you with a delightful energy boost to help you get through your busy day.

Biscuits with chocolate and chickpeas

While it may sound like an interesting mix, they are a delightful way to receive a protein and fiber boost. These Choc Chickpea Biscuits are chocolatey and crunchy on the inside, making them the ideal healthy snack when you're craving something sweet.

Bread Pudding with Chai Spice

Did you realize that conventional bread pudding recipes can include as much as 11 spoonfuls of sugar per serving? This sugar-free Chai-Spiced Banana Pudding gets its sweet flavor from bananas, with no added sugar. So it's not only tasty, but it's also healthy for you.

Fruits Dried

Since this drying process compresses all of the natural sugars present in fruit into a delectable small package, this snack will truly fulfill your desires. However, read the label carefully here, since many dried fruit products may add sugar.

Caramelized Popcorn

Use natural sweeteners such as stevia or honey to make your own "caramel" corn. Make a sauce by mixing any of them with water and then adding spices, such as cinnamon. When combined with fresh popped corn, you have a far vegetarian version of the festival classic that is free of refined sugar!

Toast with Jam

While sugar-free jams are accessible at the supermarket, creating your yourself is also quite simple. This Sugar-Free Cherry Jam recipe is a must-try. Serve it over toast whole grain bread for a delicious snack that's also high in vitamins and minerals.

Pumpkin Granola

This granola is everything to me. Allspice, flavorful nuts, walnut, and caramelised pumpkin notes, additional salty-sweet and crunchy, and roasty. I guess I've had this fall paradise for brunch for 14 days in a row now, and I have no intention of quitting. Perhaps I simply produced another batch and don't wish to give it away. So what are your favourite sugar free snacks?

Speaking of sugar-free food, we can also offer owr own addition to healthy snacking. Our energy balls are naturally sugared with dates. They are vegan and full of nutrients. You can try them out here

Text: Smart Bites
Editor: Martina Zlatkova

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