11 Old Fashioned Snacks With Healthy Modern Rolls - Eat That Not So

11 Old Fashioned Snacks With Healthy Modern Rolls – Eat That Not So

Snacks, small plates, small meals – whatever you call them, everyone loves a nice snack. Over the years, food trends come and go, which means that recipes gain and sometimes lose popularity for no good reason! These are the snacks we grew up eating when Mom or Dad has a quick bite after school, or on special occasions like holiday dinners.

From sweet treats to savory treats, we’ve found recipes and ideas for all our favorite old-fashioned snacks that should be on everyone’s table. Is your favorite on the list? Plus, don’t miss 15 convenient old-fashioned casserole recipes perfect for fall.

Courtesy of Half Harvest Bread

Rice Krispies are fun to make and eat, no matter your age. This is the kind of snack that will be the star of the most luxurious party because no one can resist sticky marshmallows and the crunch of krispies. Top this meal with brown butter for a deeper, richer flavour.

Get the recipe from Half a baked harvest.

Ants in a tree trunk snack plate
Courtesy of Cupcakes and Kale Chips

This is very simple and you don’t need a recipe. Just brush the celery with smooth or chunky peanut butter and top it with the raisins. But before you do that, check out the list Popular Peanut Butter — Tidy To make sure it is the right choice for you. another option? Make it a palette with different layers!

Get the recipe from Kale cupcakes and chips.

watermelon balls salad
Courtesy of How Sweet Eats

Watermelon is one of the best foods for you. They provide a great deal of Vitamin C, not to mention they are very tasty! When used in salads, it becomes a complete meal. Honestly, who would be able to resist the amazing power above?

Get the recipe from How to eat sweet.

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Many groups of demon eggs on a marble table
Kirsten Hickman / Eat This, Not That!

Another party star dish, scrambled eggs can be delightfully customized. After poaching the eggs and whisking the yolks, add different toppings—like bacon, sriracha, and/or cheese—for the perfect afternoon snack.

Get our recipe for deviled eggs.

Healthy Shrimp Cocktail
Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald

Lightly poached shrimp with a glossy, thick horseradish cocktail sauce is always a crowd pleaser. Try our version, where shrimp are roasted and tossed in Old Bay seasoning.

Get our recipe for shrimp cocktails.

RELATED: 16 Healthy Shrimp Recipes That Take 15 Minutes (or Less!)

cheese shake
Courtesy of Well Plated

Pull your skewers for this delicious and retro meal! The good news is that this dish is easy to prepare at home, and you can dip your veggies and bread into the cheese tonight.

Get the recipe from Well painted.

Hawaiian pizza bagel
Courtesy of My Name Yeh

Depending on when you grew up, your mom might have made it as a special treat, or pulled the frozen version out of the freezer. Either way, this combination of chewy bagels, tomato sauce, and cheese is still highly desirable. Check out Molly Yeh’s Hawaiian version below which includes a clever hack for adding sweet pineapple on top of pizza bread.

Get the recipe from my name is yeh.

Fruit Kebab
Courtesy of Lil Luna

These will take you straight back to elementary school birthday parties! Simply put your favorite fruits on a skewer, sprinkle with a little lemon and eat them. You can also have a bit of chocolate syrup for a dip, if you want to be really indulgent.

Get the recipe from lil luna.

Peanut Butter and Banana
Courtesy of Sweets with Benefits

This after-school snack is shockingly healthy, with bananasIts nutrient, fiber and protein content from peanut butter. Make them your “unreliable style” for a treat that’s delicious and full of an amazing twist.

Get the recipe from Deserts with benefits.

RELATED: 15 Convenient Old-Fashioned Casserole Recipes Perfect for Fall

Mini Quiche - 4 Ways
Courtesy of Recipe Eats Tin

If you grew up in the ’80s or ’90s, your parents likely made quiche for breakfast (or if you’re really lucky, have dinner!). These mini versions are the perfect size to pop into your mouth as a quick breakfast or afternoon snack.

Get the recipe from tin eats recipe.

Chia pineapple with Qatari cheese
Courtesy of Skinny Taste

Skip the in-store premixed containers and bOpen a container with a low sodium content Cowardice And add to it some sweet yellow pineapple. If you add a bit of shaved coconut, the flavor is reminiscent of a brown colada! Or soak chia seeds overnight in pineapple juice and top the pudding with cottage cheese for a delicious protein boost.

Get the recipe from thin.

Was there a snack you loved as a kid? Find out a way to make it healthy and modern. Bringing in old-fashioned snacks is about making healthy substitutions and small changes that still taste delicious.

Tania Edwards

Tanya Edwards is a seasoned food and health journalist who has held positions at Yahoo Health as Managing Editor and at Food Network as Programming Director. Read more about Tania

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