Ready to enjoy the top 5 healthy fall snacks?!


1. Apples

Not only does it satisfy a sweet tooth, but they also serve as a filling fiber filled snack.

Try your apples in a new way:

Topped with almond butter

Baked with cinnamon

Added to a smoothie

On top of a fruit salad

Sprinkled over salads with pecans

Apples are also full of vitamin C and other nutrients that can boost heart, brain, and digestive health. Red delicious in particular are higher in calcium than other apples, so if you need a calcium boost, grab some apples the next time you’re at the store.


2. Carrots

Carrots are full of water and carbs, but they’re also filled with flavor in every bite. If you want to change up the color in your diet, you can try yellow, white, red, and even purple carrots for more variety.

Try carrots in a few different ways:

In a smoothie

With hummus

As baked carrot chips

Dipped in plain yogurt with fresh dill

Carrots are an excellent source of fiber as well as beta-carotene, both of which are known to help reduce diabetes risk. These veggies have vitamins and minerals like potassium, biotin, vitamin B6, and vitamin K1.  


3. Grapes

Grapes are known for their high antioxidant count that may help prevent chronic health conditions. 

Try grapes in a new way:

Tossed into a smoothie

With a scoop of your favorite nut butter

Mixed into your favorite fruit salad

Dipped in plain yogurt and frozen

Grapes are also high in potassium and fiber.


4. Kale

Looking to eat a true superfood? This dark, leafy green is full of nutrients and an excellent way to get essential vitamins. Looking for more color, try the purple or green kale.

Ways to snack on kale:

Make kale chips

Add-in to your smoothie

Mix into your favorite side salad

This low-calorie, high-nutrient food makes kale a perfect healthy fall snack. When you eat it, you’re also getting a dose of potassium, copper, calcium, and vitamins A, K, C, and B6.


5. Pumpkin

Perhaps the most famous fall time produce item, pumpkin!

Healthy ways to enjoy pumpkin:

Grill it

Homemade pumpkin pie bars

Make pumpkin pie bites

Roast with cinnamon

Toast the pumpkin seeds

Like carrots, pumpkins are rich in beta carotene, which the body transforms into vitamin A. This essential vitamin helps your reproductive and immune systems function appropriately.