Healthy Apple-Filled Snacks That Don't Require Any Baking
KIND Apple Cinnamon & Pecan Bar
The KIND Apple Cinnamon & Pecan bar is a tasty combination of dried apples, pecans, almonds, and cashews. This bar tastes like fall and is perfect to always have in your bag for a healthy snack with less than 200 calories. With 4 grams of protein and plenty of healthy fats from the nuts, this tasty apple cinnamon bar will tide you over until your next meal.
Chobani "Flip" Apple Crisp Twist
"One of my favorite fall-flavored treats is Chobani's Apple Crisp Twist Flip," says Amy Gorin, M.S., R.D.N., owner of Amy Gorin Nutrition in Jersey City, NJ. "It combines apple cinnamon low-fat Greek yogurt with walnuts, cinnamon crunch, and piecrust pieces—so it's a protein-rich, probiotic-containing take on apple pie that you can swap for dessert."
Apple Cinnamon Pecan Ancient Grain Oatmeal
Finding a flavored oatmeal without any added sugar is pretty hard! But Purely Elizabeth has done the nearly impossible and created an Apple Cinnamon Pecan Oatmeal without any additional sweeteners. Made with real organic dried apples, pecans, a dash of cinnamon, and satisfying grains and seeds like organic quinoa, amaranth, and flax, this oatmeal packs a whole lot of flavor and nutrition into every bite. With 6 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber, this apple cinnamon treat is a great way to start any morning.
Cinnamon Apple Chips
Who doesn't love a crispy chip with a sweet and cinnamon twist? Bare's Cinnamon Apple Chips are baked apples with nothing else added but a touch of cinnamon. This gluten-free treat is a good source of fiber, plus it contains no oil or preservatives and it has only 110 calories in a 1/2-cup serving. This is the perfect healthy apple-y snack to stash in your desk to keep you away from the candy jar.
Gold Emblem Abound Fuji Apple & Blueberry Clusters
Gold Emblem Abound Fuji Apple & Blueberry Clusters are bite-size naturally sweet snacks. The Fuji apples and blueberries were picked at the peak of freshness and freeze-dried into crunchy clusters. With 1.5 cups of fruit per bag, you can get almost your entire daily servings of fruit in just one sitting. Plus, apples and blueberries are both packed with antioxidants, which the body uses to fight off inflammatory diseases.
Apple Oat Crisps
Dr. Kracker's Apple Oat Crunch combines a unique blend of grains, seeds, and apple into a delicious whole-grain cracker. Perfect for both kids and adults, these crackers contains 3 grams of protein, 3 grams of fiber, and 18 grams of whole grains. That's a powerful nutrient punch for a little apple snack.
Eden Foods Organic Apple Butter
Fall wouldn't be complete without some delicious homemade apple butter spread on warm bread. Luckily, Eden Foods has done the cooking for you—and they left out the sugar. Each jar of Eden Foods Organic Apple Butter starts out as 4 pounds of apples simmered in apple juice concentrate with absolutely no added sugar. A much healthier twist on the traditional apple butter, it has a tangy sweet taste that goes perfectly on toast.
Health Warrior Chia Bars Apple Cinnamon
Who wants a bar that tastes like apple cinnamon with only 5 grams of sugar and 100 calories? Well, who doesn't?! Health Warrior Chia Bars Apple Cinnamon variety fits the bill. The main ingredient in each bar is chia, which is packed with omega-3s for brain health and magnesium for strong bones.
Peeled Snacks Apple-2-The-Core has just one ingredient: apples. Peeled dried apples are chewy and naturally sweet—but unlike an apple, they won't go bad if you leave them in your drawer for too long. Without any added sugar and packed with fiber and vitamins, it's acceptable (and encouraged) to eat the whole bag.
Apple Cinnamon Cheerios
Although Apple Cinnamon Cheerios have a little more sugar than the other snacks on the list, it's one of the highest in whole grains with 14 grams per serving. This cereal, liked by kids and adults, is a great pre-workout snack. It also contains 12 vitamins and minerals, and is a good source of calcium and an excellent source of iron. I could think of much worse ways to start your morning!