How Hollywood's Healthiest Really Snack
Star-power your snack with suggestions from some of our favorite eaters. Sweet or salty, warm or cool, these healthy pick-me-ups suite every palate. You never have to suffer through 3 p.m. hunger again. Snack in style.
The Big Little Lies actress told Bon Appetit she can't get enough of fermented foods. Her go-to snacks? "My favorites are kraut and kimchi and kombucha, but the great thing about fermentation is that you can ferment just about anything. I sort of love that semi-rotten flavor, too."
With three cookbooks under her belt, Goop has a plethora of healthy snacks to pick from. One of her self-proclaimed favorites is her Beauty Seed Bar. These low-sugar granola bars are gluten-free and packed with antioxidants.
"Whenever I have almonds, I always end up eating way too many nuts," Hudson told Today. "For snacking, I'm big on cutting up vegetables and keeping them in the fridge. If they're not cut up, I don't eat them." Her favorite salsa? "I love the combination of chopped-up cucumbers, jalapeños and white onions with lemon juice. I usually make it pretty spicy."
The actress told People she isn't as strict as she used to be with her diet, and is all about balance. Her go-to snack if she's hungry between breakfast and lunch is a hard-boiled egg with olive oil.
"Seaweed sheets are my go-to for my salty chip cravings, especially wasabi-flavored ones," she told Shape. What goes on top? "I love to eat avocados with salt and pepper," Teigen says.
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The black-ish star told People she has two favorite midday munches: Udi's gluten-free bread with avocado, lemon, red pepper, and salt, or a Pink Lady apple with peanut butter.
"My favorite snack is from my favorite grocery store in New York City, High Vibe—I grab Chocolate Tree chia crackers," the model told Stylecaster. What does she wash it down with? "'Green Giant' from Juice Press."
Elizabeth Inglese is a writer living in San Fransisco, California. She earned her bachelor’s in english literature and cultures from Brown University and her master's in writing from The University of Southern California. She's the former Deputy Editor of mbg, and has also worked for Vogue, Architectural Digest, Bon Appetit, and Good Magazine covering food, health, and culture. A collector of curious facts and an avid puzzle solver, Inglese is happiest when cooking for her family and friends.