Spring has sprung! As we’re trying to recover from a long winter and get ready for bikini season, it’s time to start munching on some healthy seasonal snacks. Skipping meals is unhealthy and can leave you feeling tired and with no energy. Instead of trying to lose weight by starving yourself, try eating small snacks throughout the day instead of larger meals. Here are 5 of our favorite spring snacks:

 

Spring Veggie Hummus Pots from Holley Grainger

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Ingredients:

6 Mini spring-Themed Pots

1 17 oz Container of Hummus

Assorted Veggies

 

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Frozen Yogurt Fruit Pops from Clean Food Crush

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Ingredients:

2 cups plain Greek Yogurt

1 tsp vanilla extract

¼ cup raw honey

1 scoop vanilla, or collagen protein powder (optional)

1 ripe kiwi

½ cup finely diced fresh mango

¼ cup fresh berrie

1 x 6 ice pop molds

6 popsicle sticks

 

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Sriracha Tofu Spring Rolls from Create Mindfully

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Ingredients:

1 batch Sriracha baked Tofu fries

1 cucumber, sliced

1 carrot, silced

6 rice paper wrappers

Sweet Chili Mango Dipping Sauce, doubled

 

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Raspberry Mango Sunrise Smoothie from Hot Beauty Health

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Sunrise smoothie with mango, banana oranges and raspberries

Ingredients:

1 ½ cups of mangoes

1 cup frozen raspberries

1 banana

⅔ cup of unsweetened almond milk

⅔ cup of orange juice

1 cup of ice

3 raspberries (for garnish)

 

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Fresh Pineapple Salsa from The Busy Baker

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Ingredients:

1 cup canned corn

½ cup finely diced red onion

1 large ripe tomato, diced

½ cup canned black beans, rinsed and drained

1 small red bell pepper, diced (or ½ large)

1 small green bell pepper, diced (or ½ large)

1 ½ cups diced fresh ripe pineapples

Zest and juice of 1 lime

Sea salt to taste

Chopped cilantro (to taste) for garnish

 

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