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Top 10 Healthy Late-Night Snacks

Do you ever find yourself craving a late-night snack but don’t want to indulge? The next time you feel the need to reach for a bag of chips, try one of these flavorful alternatives instead.

1. SkinnyPop Popcorn

Pro tip: sprinkle a bit of Trader Joe’s “Everything but The Bagel” seasoning for added flavor.

2. Sabra Classic Hummus Singles

If you’re searching for a heartier snack, look no further than this pre-packaged hummus dip with pita chips.

3. Frozen Fruit

Frozen fruit is a great guilt-free snack. Try strawberries, grapes or raspberries to get a handle on your sweets craving.

4. Peanut butter and Ritz crackers

A childhood classic repurposed.​

5. Simply7’s Lentil chips

Same satisfying crunch, minus the extra grease and salt.

6. Nutella spread and pretzels

If your sweet tooth is acting up, Nutella is a healthier alternative to candy bars.

7. Halo Top

The most iconic low-calorie ice cream around.

8. Cereal with almond milk

Regular milk expiration dates are incompatible with a college student’s schedule. Switch it out for almond milk, which lasts much longer.

9. Annie’s Mac and Cheese

Kraft’s classier cousin.

10. Trail mix

Perfect for someone who is more indecisive and can’t just pick one snack.

Suchi Jain

Wake Forest '22

Suchi Singh Jain is a freshman at Wake Forest University, majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a minor in Mathematics. Her hometown is Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, the Mushroom Capital of the World. She can't imagine a world without chocolate, sloths, and Dunkin Donuts caramel iced coffee, and she is passionate about social activism and gender equality. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in the medical field and mother many dogs.
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