Alkaline Snacks to Help You Stay on Track until Next Meal! October 08, 2015 14:21

I want to share with you some awesome tips on healthy alkaline snacking. Because this part of our eating seems to fail very often especially when we get really hungry… and we are ready to eat almost everything we see... So, let quickly observe snacks options that could be always by hand.

Healthy Alkaline Snacks

I want to have this blog post vey structured so you can guys print it and have this information everywhere by hand until you will exercise this awesome new healthy habit for yourself!

Tips for healthy snacking:

  • Better to have rich in protein rather then in carbs snack like nuts/seeds vs crackers (unless crackers are made from seeds/ nuts/ quinoa/ buckwheat etc.)
  • Veggies vs fruits: both high in vitamins and minerals but fruits are also high in sugar – this would be the reason to give preference more towards the veggies, plus veggies work so nicely with yummy healthy dips like hummus, tahini sauce etc.
  • If you buy your snacks like crackers or even nuts – make sure to check the labels. Organic, non-GMO, no preservatives, colors would be the things to check.
  • Better to go with savory snacks rather then sweet snacks. High quality sea salt is highly alkaline. Sugar in any form is acid L. But of course having berries I think is a good snacking option!

 Print out and keep this list close so it will help you to stay on track until next meal!


Alkaline Snacks Ideas

Snack Construction

Food Examples/ Variations & Notes

Dips + veggies/ fruits/ chips

Healthy Alkaline Snacks Plate

For example:

  • Hummus + Veggie Sticks (cucumbers, carrot, snap peas, bell pepper)
  • Pumpkin Seed Butter on bell pepper slices and sea salt
  • Tahini (instead of ranch) with lemon juice & sea salt + cut veggies
  • Almond/Sunflower butter + green apple/ celery
  • Guacamole + veggie chips/ bean chips/ flaxseed crackers.

Nuts/seeds + berries/veggie/fruits


Use your imagination here like:

  • Pecans & Pomegranate
  • Almonds & Cherry tomatoes
  • Pumpkin/Sunflower seeds & Blueberries
  • Avocado cut in half, sprinkle some pine nuts, cilantro leaves, sea salt and black pepper on top.
    • Better to have your nuts and seeds sprouted – easier to digest and more alkaline.  
    • Dry fruits and berries are high in sugar that’s why I would prefer eat them fresh.
    • Peanuts and cashews are high fungal, so better to avoid them.

    Quick “Bread and Butter”

    Healthy Alkaline Sandwich

    Yeast free, sprouted, gluten free bread or you can replace it with organic brown rice cakes. For example:

    • A bread piece/ rice cake with avocado slices sprinkling w/ some hempseeds and sprouts on top;
    • A bread slice with pesto, fresh cucs and some fresh parsley and/or basil on top.
    • Guacamole/nut butter on Brown rice cake or bread.


    Sunseed is my fav. type of the “Manna bread” brand. It’s yeast free, sprouted, has less sugar then other types of this brand. (it’s also on the pic).

    “Alkaline wraps”

    Healthy Alkaline Veggie Wraps

    Be creative here, you can use any snacks from here and just create a wrap with them!

    Sprouted grain tortillas, coconut wraps, veggies wraps, and fresh veggies (like lettuce, bell pepper) would be the best healthy options for wrapping good stuff like:

    •  Spread tahini on sprouted grain tortilla, add avocado, sprouts and sun-fried tomatoes, some lemon juice, olive oil and sea salt and you are done!
    • Cut bell pepper in half and stuff with smashed avocado, pumpkin seeds/ walnuts, mixed greens, some spice and sea salt!

    Shakes/Smoothies/Soups/ Puddings

    Healthy Alkaline Berry Shake

    It’s perfect refreshing snacks! The less sugary the better. Some ideas:

    • 2 cups frozen berries, 2 cups spinach, 2 Tbsp. chis seeds, ½ avocado, 12 oz. purified water – blend it and drink it! (makes 3 cups)
    • ½ avocado, ½ English cucumber, 1 cups fresh spinach, 3 peeled limes, 1 tsp of coconut sugar, pinch of sea salt, about 15 ice cubs – blend and refresh yourself!
    • Very simple and delicious soup: blend 1 tomato, ½ English cucumber, 3-5 leaves of fresh basil, 1 cup spinach, olive oil, sea salt to taste. Add some crunchiness on top!
    • Chia Pudding: Pour 1 cup of unsweetened (best if homemade) almond milk over 1/4 cup of Chia Seeds into a Bowl, mix, wait about 10 minutes, mix again, sprinkle some coconut sugar and frozen mixed berries. Enjoy!

    Veggies and low sugar fruits 

    Alkaline Fruits and Veggies

    For light snacks fruits and veggies are the way to go! Eat them fresh in season, organic, not overripe.  There are some fruits that are less sugary like green apples, watermelons, grapefruits, pomegranate, watermelon, berries etc.

    DIY Snacks

    Homemade Chips

    Some ideas for DIY snacks that you can prepare ahead of time and keep for couple weeks:

    • Kale chips
    • Oven roasted chickpeas
    • Dehydrated veggies
    • Homemade sprouted grain chips
    • Seed crackers
    • Healthy truffle balls (like almond pecans)

    Snacks to buy

    Healthy snacks to buy

    You can also buy come snacks to have them by hand anytime:

    Kale chips, crunchy chickpeas, flax crackers or other raw/oven backed crackers (better if made from gluten free and seed flours like quinoa, buckwheat, millet, amaranth), pea snacks, sprouted nuts and seeds, bean snacks, see weed snacks etc.


    Please let me know what do you think about those snacks! Maybe new snack ideas? Please share!

    And of course - Have little garden and grow your colorful snacks! 
    Loves, Veronica at