16 Snacks for Your Study Sesh

I don't know about you, but I'm somebody who loves to snack while I study. I always feel better when I don't have to interrupt my study sesh to get up and make a snack, so I like to prepare snacks beforehand that I know are going to keep me focused and full of energy.

Check out my list of some great snack ideas down below to keep going throughout your day of studying.

1. Peanut butter and banana rice cakes

Spread some peanut butter onto a rice cake and top it with a few slices of banana to get in some protein, fruit, and grains.

2. Healthy trail mix

Create your own trail mix to munch on all day. I like to include chocolate-covered coffee beans, almonds, and coconut chips in mine.

3. Apples and peanut butter Greek yogurt dip

This one is really simple: all you have to do is cut up an apple and then mix together some peanut butter, Greek yogurt, and honey.

4. Baked banana chips

Preheat your oven to 225 degrees and place a paper-lined baking sheet filled with sliced bananas into the oven for 90 minutes. Allow them to cool for about five minutes before snacking.

5. Yogurt-covered blueberries

Blueberries happen to be my favorite fruit, so it's nice to switch things up with how I eat them every now and then. Dip some blueberries in yogurt and allow them to chill in the freezer.

6. Toasted pumpkin seeds

It doesn't have to be October for you to enjoy some pumpkin seeds. Add different spices to change up the flavor of them.

7. Pita chips and hummus

This is hands-down one of my favorite snacks to munch on at pretty much any point in the day. Depending on what you like, you can get different types of hummus like roasted red pepper or garlic.

8. Overnight oats

If you like to get a head start on your studying early in the morning, overnight oats are the treat for you. There's no prep in the morning, and it's easy to do right before you head to bed at night. Some overnight oat recipes I love are Triple Berry Overnight Oats, Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats, and Snickerdoodle Overnight Oats.

9. Avocado toast

Even though I usually eat this as breakfast, it's a very filling snack, too. This is another snack that you can customize every time you eat it.

10. Energy bites

These are one of my favorites things to bring along to a study group. Just like overnight oats, they're super easy to make and don't require any baking. Some of my favorites are Peanut Butter Energy Bites and Chocolate Almond Butter Energy Bites.

11. Chocolate-dipped peanut butter banana bites

Cut up a banana, sandwich some peanut butter in between two slices, and dip half of it in some melted dark chocolate--yum!

12. Roasted chickpeas

This is yet another snack that you can make the way you want to. Try ranch, honey cinnamon, or garlic seasonings to spice them up.

13. Mixed nuts

Nuts are a great snack to have next to you throughout your entire study session. I love cashews and peanuts, but you can mix together any combination you want.

14. Fruit salad

Fruit salad is something I can eat any time, any day. It's an easy way to use up some food in your kitchen and stay healthy.

15. Edamame

Another healthy snack that's easy to make, all you have to do is pop some edamame in the microwave for a few minutes. You can eat it in the pod or pop it out and eat it separately.

16. Yogurt parfait

Put some yogurt, granola, and fruit into a mason jar for a great study snack on-the-go.

What are some of your favorite foods to snack on while studying?




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