Healthy Snacks to Help Lower Blood Sugar

Yogurt Banana Sundae: This healthy, low-calorie banana sundae dish is done in about 5 minutes and eliminates the ice cream.

Easy Black Bean Dip: This creamy bean dip is perfect for picnics and parties. If you don't have smoked paprika and ground chipotles, plain paprika and cayenne will offer a powerful, earthy taste.

Granola & Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles: These delightful yogurt pops with fresh berries are wonderful for toddlers and adults on-the-go breakfasts.

Pressure-Cooker Hummus: Use the pressure cooker. Without an overnight soak, beans may be cooked in about an hour, making them the perfect last-minute starter.

Raspberry-Lemon Greek Frozen Yogurt Bark: Adding fresh raspberries and lemon zest to a thin layer of honey-sweetened Greek yogurt and freezing it into pieces creates a colorful snack or nutritious dessert.

Strawberry-Banana Smoothies: This strawberry banana smoothie has yogurt for smoothness, protein, and staying power and kiwi for vitamin C. Eat it for a nutritious breakfast or snack.

Toasted Paprika Chickpeas: Vegans love toasted chickpeas, but why purchase them at the health food shop when you can prepare them yourself? They're great as a snack and salad topper.

Tahini-Yogurt Dip: Serve creamy yogurt dip with baby carrots, radishes, or whole-wheat pita triangles.

Yogurt with Blueberries & Honey: Golden honey adds sweetness to Greek-style yogurt and blueberries. Protein and fiber are perfectly balanced to revitalize you.

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