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This Sour Patch grapes recipe from @brittany.xavier is about to be your favorite new healthy treat. Lime juice and monkfruit sweetener give grapes the sour tang you love. It’s the perfect snack for kids and adults.

Need something sweet to cool off on a long day? Make your own chocolate covered chunky peanut butter filled frozen bananas at home with this super simple recipe from @soyummy. These poolside snacks will be a hit with kids—if all the adults don’t eat them first.

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7-Eleven wants to get in on the growing popularity of fast food drive-thrus. So it's opening one for its taco restaurant.

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Dietician @stephgrassodietician is always offering up healthy swaps and meal ideas. This simple snack is perfect for busy workdays when you just don’t have time for a lot of meal prep. To make it, she simply tops a bell pepper with tuna for a keto-friendly, high protein, filling snack.

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If you need a quick bite of something sweet, this recipe from @sydney.a4 is the perfect big batch snack recipe. To make it you’ll need bananas, peanut butter (or any nut butter you like), chocolate chips, and milk (or a milk alternative). Pop these in your freezer for a delicious healthy snack you can enjoy throughout the week.

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Sitting down with a bowl of popcorn and streaming your favorite show can be a relaxing way to unwind after a long day, but bagged microwave popcorn isn’t always the healthiest snack. The plastic and paper wrapping create more waste, and it’s less cost effective than buying popcorn in bulk. The biggest downside of making your own popcorn has always been the lack of convenience. But you don’t need to use a stove top popper to eat your favorite snack.

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TikTok creator @aggeliki_g7 knows that sometimes you only have a few minutes for that work from home lunch. This five-minute recipe for macaroni and cheese will make your comfort food favorite even easier to make. Just be careful—it might take over for the mug cake as your go-to late-night snack.

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After the initial stress eating, pick some brain-healthy snacks, Ackrill suggested. Omega-3 choices such as salmon, walnuts and flaxseeds are known brain boosters. So are berries, such as blueberries. In fact, one review found the antioxidants in berries can boost communication between brain cells.

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If you can’t have a fire, it limits your dining options greatly. Plan ahead by packing food and snacks that don’t require cooking. If you’ve got a cooler, one convenient option is to grab a few pre-made sandwiches from the local grocery store for the trip. Sure, it doesn’t have the same appeal as a fire-roasted hot dog, but you’ll be full and you won’t risk burning the forest down.

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Snacking can boost metabolism, which causes your brain to be more active and could lead to nightmares, according to the National Sleep Foundation.

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