Healthy snacking

    Are you a serial snacker? Do you find it impossible to sit on the sofa without a bumper bag of crisps, or can't get through the 9-5 without a nibble on something naughty? Well, there's no need to deprive yourself with our low-fat, better-for-you bites.

    Healthy snacking

    Dare to dip

    Easy to eat, moreish and often high in fat - don't let deceptive dips be your downfall. Swap creamy, cheesy, calorific types for healthy versions packed with whole foods, veg or your favourite fish.

    SmoothieA liquid lift

    Put down the chocolate and fill up with super smoothies. Throw in as much fruit as you like and not only will you be calming sugar cravings, you'll be getting a good dose of your five-a-day too.

    Skinny chocolate & cranberry muffinsNice not naughty

    We all need a treat from time to time and we can literally have our (slice of) cake and eat it with these lovely, light recipes. Perfect to revive you from the afternoon lull.

    Low-fat fish

    Simple fish favourites make great healthy, flavourful snacks - pop some in your lunchbox and enjoy throughout the day.

    Chicken skewersStick it to me

    Next time you turn on the telly, reach for some healthy snacks on a stick. These bite-sized beauties will satisfy a whole lot more than the usual high sat-fat faves.


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