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10 Homemade Snacks Better Than Store-Bought

Popcorn: Pop your own kernels on the stovetop or in an air popper. Season with a little salt and melted butter, or get creative with spices like paprika

Granola: Homemade granola made with oats, nuts, seeds, and dried fruit, sweetened with honey or maple syrup, is not only more nutritious but also less sugary than many commercial versions.

Hummus: Making hummus at home allows you to adjust the flavors to your liking. Blend chickpeas with tahini, lemon juice, garlic, and olive oil for a fresh, flavorful dip.

Energy Bars: Combine oats, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, and honey or peanut butter to create energy bars that are free from the preservatives and added sugars often found in store-bought versions.

Vegetable Chips: Slice vegetables like sweet potatoes, beets, or kale thinly, toss them with a little oil and your favorite seasonings, and bake until crispy for a healthy, crunchy snack.

Nut Butters: Homemade nut butters, such as almond, peanut, or cashew, made by simply blending roasted nuts until smooth, are fresher and you can control the amount of added salt or sugar.

Salsa: Freshly made salsa with tomatoes, onions, cilantro, lime juice, and jalapeños tastes brighter and more vibrant than many jarred salsas, and you can adjust the heat to your preference.

Chocolate Bark: Melt chocolate and spread it thin on a baking sheet, then sprinkle with nuts, seeds, dried fruit, or sea salt before it sets. Break into pieces for a customizable, gourmet treat.

Fruit Leather: Puree ripe fruit and spread it thinly on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, then bake at a low temperature until it's dry but pliable for a natural, chewy snack.

Baked Goods: Muffins, cookies, and breads made at home can be healthier and more delicious, allowing for adjustments in sugar and the addition of nutritious ingredients like whole grains, nuts, and fruits.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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