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Mid-term season is approaching, and with that comes late night study sessions. For the moments when those midnight snack cravings hit, here are five easy, fillingand healthy study snack options.

Cucumbers and Cream Cheese with bagel seasoning

So easy and healthy, this snack is a delicious go-to! To make this, all you have to do is cut up a cucumber, spread a little cream cheese on top, and finish with a sprinkle of bagel seasoning on top. This snack is light but will keep you full for a long time!

Mini charcuterie

Charcuterie boards have been all the rage lately and can actually be pretty healthy! A mini charcuterie board is a good choice when you can decide if you’re craving sweet or salty. Some quick and filling options to add are fresh berries, slices of cheese or salami, and your favorite crackers. Tip: Add a little honey on the side for dipping – it complements the salami and cheese.

Cinnamon apples with almond butter

What’s more fall than apples and cinnamon? Apple slices topped with a little cinnamon is a yummy fall-flavored snack. By adding a little almond butter on the side to dip your slices in, you’re adding an extra pack of protein, which can help energize you for the rest of your studies!

Salmon and rice mix

If you love sushi, but don’t have the time or money to order in a snack, try Emily Mariko’s salmon and rice bowl! In her video, Mariko simply took leftover salmon and smashed it up in a bowl then topped it with left-over rice. She then covered her salmon and rice plate (with an ice cube on top of course) and put it in the microwave for a minute. After removing her plate from the microwave, she mixed in mayonnaise, soy sauce, and siracha then took bites wrapped up in seaweed chips. This easy microwavable snack gives off DIY sushi vibes!

Popcorn

Suggesting popcorn for a study break feels like an obvious choice but is too good to neglect. Popcorn is great because you can customize it to your liking by adding in things like chocolate chips for a sweet and salty taste. Another way to spice up your popcorn (pun intended) is by adding your favorite spice, like a seasoning salt. Popcorn is so filling and the flavor options are completely up to you!

If you try any of these late-night study snacks, let us know by posting a picture and tagging us @hercampusbama on Instagram!

Hi, I'm Claire! I'm currently a senior at Alabama, majoring in business and minoring in sales. I'm so excited to be a writer for Her Campus at Alabama this semester! Some things I love include going to Target, my four dogs, and driving to Birmingham on the weekends with my friends!
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