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Recipes - Snacks & Treats

lemon raspberry muffins with a glass measuring cup filled with frosty raspberries
By Robin Asbell
These muffins use frozen raspberries and replace traditional wheat flour with a combo of chickpea flour and almond flour.
nut butter blondies
By The Life Time Training Team
A sweet treat that tastes good and uses real, whole ingredients can be hard to find. These bars check all the boxes.
crock pot sweet potato nachos
By The Life Time Training Team
Substitute sweet potatoes for chips to up the nutrient value of this shareable dish.
blue corn chips with a bowl of guacamole
By The Life Time Training Team
Classic guac is always a winner, but if you'd like to experiment, try mix-ins and toppings such as jalapeño, serrano peppers, charred corn, or toasted pepitas.
A close-up of a bowl of cashews
By Betsy Nelson
Roasting nuts brings out their rich flavor. Here are a few spice variations to try.
Vegan chocolate cheesecakes
By Robin Asbell
This vegan cheesecake has a walnut and coconut-oil crust and a tofu and coconut-cream filling.
Mini faux cheesecakes
By The Life Time Training Team
Dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan in a convenient single-serve portion size — with no baking required.
A dish of socca chips and guacamole
By Robin Asbell
Make your own chickpea-flour "tortilla chips" to dip in guacamole.
A bowl of caramelized onion dip
By Robin Asbell
Instead of sour cream, this dip uses equal parts goat cheese and full-fat Greek yogurt.
Pumpkin muffins inside a muffin tin.
By The Life Time Training Team
Try this healthy twist on a classic fall treat.
buffalo chicken meatballs
By Robin Asbell
Instead of messy chicken wings, serve these Buffalo chicken meatballs directly from the skillet with toothpicks alongside.
Sweet potato fires with chimichurri
By Robin Asbell
Coat the potatoes in cornstarch or arrowroot powder before baking for extra-crispy fries.
A jar of nut butter
By Kaelyn Riley
Toasting the nuts or seeds before blending gives them a richer, fuller flavor.
A bowl of cinnamon apple chips with a few apple chips and cinnamon sticks on a counter next to the bowl.
By The Life Time Training Team
Enjoy the fall flavors of this delicious, healthy snack. Two large apples and a sprinkle of cinnamon are all you need.
Oatmeal superfood breakfast bars.
By The Life Time Training Team
Make your mornings easier. Bake these bars ahead of time for the perfect grab-and-go healthy breakfast.
A plate of apple pie protein bites next to a dishtowel and two apples.
By The Life Time Training Team
Bursting with apple and cinnamon, these bites are tailor-made for fall.
The summer skies smoothie bowl topped with coconut flakes, hemp seeds, blueberries, and blackberries.
By Julie Dulude
Discover the health benefits of blue spirulina and how to make this decadent yet healthy breakfast (or snack!) at home.
Three different flavors of nice cream — cherry chocolate chip, pina colada, and chocolate peanut butter — in containers.
By The Life Time Training Team
This nice cream uses just a few simple ingredients to create a healthier version of your favorite summertime treat — no ice cream maker necessary.
Two cups of a parfait featuring layers of yogurt, red and blue berries, and a topping of granola.
By The Life Time Training Team
Homemade granola, fresh berries, and Greek yogurt layer together for a festive breakfast, snack, or midday treat.
Almond flour crackers on a plate.
By Robin Asbell
You can always purchase your favorite nut- or seed-based crackers for a summer spread, but these four-ingredient crackers are a cinch to make.
Creamy spinach and white bean dip with sliced veggies.
By Robin Asbell
This garlicky vegan dip features creamy cannellini beans, fresh spinach, and chopped rosemary.
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