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Recipes - Snacks & Treats

Nut butter banana muffins
By The Life Time Training Team
These homemade muffins feature better-for-you ingredients and enable you to avoid the processed, store-bought variety. 
Mexican chocolate chia pudding
By The Life Time Training Team
Enjoy this chocolate-rich dessert alternative with the option to add a kick of spice. 
Nut butter cookies
By The Life Time Training Team
Made with collagen peptides, these cookies support healthy skin and bake in just five minutes.
Pumpkin pie energy bites
By The Life Time Training Team
Keep these bites on hand for a nutritious and energizing boost whenever hunger hits.
chocolate protein truffles
By The Life Time Training Team
Easy to make and great to keep on hand for a portable, chocolatey treat you can feel good about snacking on.
Salted nut ice cream
By The Life Time Training Team
Recreate the taste and texture of your favorite ice cream with just five ingredients. All you need is a blender or food processor — no ice cream machine needed.
Roasted garlic hummus
By The Life Time Training Team
Roasting the garlic is the secret to the flavor of this homemade hummus — and will elevate the taste of any veggies you dip in it. 
Quinoa granola
By The Life Time Training Team
Enjoy this granola that contains less sugar and carbohydrates than traditional store-bought varieties. 
Spicy nuts
By The Life Time Training Team
Curb your cravings and maintain your energy until your next meal by snacking on these mixed nuts. 
Sunflower seed energy bites
By The Life Time Training Team
This whole-food snack features a nice chocolatey crunch from the cacao nibs.
Chocolate Dipped Mandarins with Pistachios
By Robin Asbell
This simple-yet-decadent dessert can be made ahead of time and has only three ingredients.
Sweet Potato and Seared Brussels Sprout Salad
By Robin Asbell
This make-ahead salad can be served at room temperature.
A picture of Lee Holmes' raw chocolate tart
By Lee Holmes
This elegant vegan dessert comes together quickly in a blender or food processor.
Lemon and blueberry energy bar.
By Kaelyn Riley
Coconut flakes, almonds, lemon zest, dates, dried blueberries and more come together in the food processor to make these homemade energy bars.
Chocolate and banana energy bar.
By Kaelyn Riley
Coconut flakes, almonds, and dates come together with bananas and cacao nibs to make these homemade energy bars.
Key lime energy bar.
By Kaelyn Riley
Lime zest, dates, crystallized ginger, almond butter, and cashews are just some of the ingredients in these homemade key-lime energy bars.
Pumpkin spice energy bar.
By Kaelyn Riley
Pumpkin purée, hazelnuts, dried cranberries, dates, and warming spices are just some of the ingredients in these DIY energy bars.
Quick pickled veggies and ginger
By Kaelyn Riley
Add crunch to your meals with quick-pickled ginger and quick-pickled veggies like carrots, radishes, and green beans.
Skillet baked brie
By Aimee Trudeau, Mai-Yan Kwan, and Emily Nielson
Who says you need to bake Brie in an oven? Try this campfire recipe, which heats up Brie in a cast-iron skillet with toasted pecans and a bit of brown sugar.
hummus
By Robin Asbell
Use beets, sweet potatoes, and sun-dried tomatoes to liven up ordinary hummus.
Four coconut-lime energy balls are shown.
By Robin Asbell
These easy no-bake energy bites are made with dates, almond butter, and tropical ingredients like dried pineapple, coconut flakes, and fresh lime juice.
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