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On-the-Go Snack

One of my favorite on-the-go snack recipes at the moment are these Chocolate Chunk cookies.

Yep, I said “cookie,” but these are packed with healthy ingredients – good fats, lots of fiber and a whole lot of healthy nutrients.

Plus, it doesn’t hurt that they’ve got lactation-friendly ingredients.

Jennifer Hellickson

I usually grab something simple.

My favorite go to is really not uncommon…avocado toast.

We live in the most avocado­ abundant state and I pretty much always have one on hand.

I usually mash it up with a little bit of olive oil, lemon juice, red pepper flakes, salt and pepper…

Cat Acquaviva

Açaí bowls and overnight oats are my go-to snacks. Both are portable via a mason jar and absolutely delicious!

Overnight Oats Ingredients:

• Chia seeds

• Steel cut oats

• Almond milk

• Cinnamon

• Berries

• Touch of agave

Açaí Bowl Ingredients:

• Unsweetened Açaí packet

• Almond milk

• Top with berries and Purely Elizabeth granola

Christine Abramo

I live in Los Angeles, so there is a lot of eating on the go!

I like to keep it super simple and high energy, so I keep raw almonds and organic mandarin oranges (when they’re in season) in my car.

Molly O’Neill

I have two favorites. One is an easier on-the-go snack and the other is super fast so that you can get going!

First is, quite simply, a zip lock baggie of mixed nuts.

My second snack is a banana, bee pollen and nut butter.

This is a super easy, quick and energizing snack.

Aarona Ganesan

• Greek yogurt cups with blueberries and walnuts.

• Toasted whole wheat bread with avocado and Tapatio.

• Toasted whole wheat bread with almond butter, almonds, and honey.

• Sliced green apples with crunchy peanut butter.

• Berry fruit salad with blueberries, blackberries, cherries, strawberries, and cantaloupe.

• Trail mix of walnuts, pecans, almonds, pistachios, and dried blueberries.

Nadia Ruiz

I’m not a big snacker but if I know I have a long day ahead of me I’ll prepare a roasted veggie and quinoa salad.

Sauté your favorite veggies and greens, while simultaneously cooking quinoa.

Mix it all together, dress with avocado and olive oil and the spices of your choosing.

This meal takes max 15 minutes to prep and cook. I will carry a big container of it around with me nibbling when needed.

You get veggies, protein from the quinoa and healthy fats from the avocado and/or olive oil.

It’s definitely a go-to for me.

MacKenzie Miller

Cut open an avocado, dust on some salt and scoop it out with a spoon, crackers, or chips.

Easy, available everywhere, naturally natural and convenient!

Lauren Imparato

I usually opt for hummus and crackers, baby carrots, skinny popcorn, apples, bananas, nuts, ½ a banana and peanut butter sandwich, or a cup of Greek yogurt with almonds.

Jane Mellors

My favorite on-the-go snacks include: A green apple, almonds, raisins, dark chocolate, and bottle of water.

Faith Hunter

Hands down my on-the-go snack is banana with walnuts because it tastes exactly like banana nut bread to me.

Chelsey Korus

I like to think that I am the queen of eating on-the-go.

When I was a contestant on “The Amazing Race,” I had to get really creative with my eating.

I’ll spare you the weird details on portability, but my favorite?

Hard-boiled eggs and hummus.

Alli Forsythe

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