8 organic snacks you can easily make at home

These simple infographics can help you make some delicious organic snacks in the comfort of your own home.

Published 8th Jan 2016
Updated 12 th Jan 2016

With the post-Christmas guilt firmly setting in, we take a look at a few wholesome organic snacks to help you kick the January blues.

Kicking the new year off with a healthy diet is easier said than done. Not only are healthy foods that bit more expensive, they can also require more time to prepare.

Don't despair! Thanks to Quid Corner this doesn't have to be the case. Affordable organic food is out there and you can even make it in the comfort of your own home, with the help of these simple infographics.

The Organic snacks

Gluten-free bread:

More and more people are opting for a gluten-free diet. Cutting gluten out can stop you feeling sluggish, prevent bloating and help you lose weight. For those who have a strong enough will to make the change, Quick Quid has the secret to keeping bread in and gluten out.

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Protein bars: 

Whether you're looking for a quick snack in the office or at the gym, protein bars are ideal. Not only do they add a few extra grams of protein into your diet, they're relatively simple to make.



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Coconut water:

Coconut water is perfect for the post-Christmas dinner detox. Not only does it contain extremely low fat content, it will also help to clear your skin, facilitate digestion and is high in nutrients. You can make your own to enjoy throughout the day with just two simple ingredients.

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Aloe Vera juice:

Aloe Vera juice is packed full of amino acids, vitamins and minerals, making it one of the most effective natural cleansers. If your immune and digestive systems are in need of a lift after a heavy December, aloe vera is the perfect remedy.

Banana crisps:  
If you're trying out a health kick this January, a great way to stay on the straight and narrow is by swapping unhealthy snacks like crisps, with healthy (but maybe not as satisfying) alternatives. Banana crisps are cheap and easy to make and tick all the right boxes for a guilt free snack.
Superfood snack bites:
Snacking can be the ultimate test for healthy eating but with the help of this Quick Quid superfood recipe it doesn't have to be a problem.
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Natural peanut butter:
Peanut butter can be a vice of anyone with a sweet tooth. Whether you love eating straight from the jar or sandwiching it between two bits of bread, swapping to natural peanut butter can make the indulgence that little bit less sinful.
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Almond milk: 
If you can't live without milk but are keen to keep it organic, making your own almond milk in the comfort of your own home can be the perfect alternative.
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Holly is from a small town in Ayrshire but has a big appetite for all things food and drink. Having recently graduated from university in Glasgow, she prides herself on her knowledge of the cities ever growing burger scene. She is also a self-confessed macaroni cheese addict and food blog enthusiast and enjoys keeping up to date with the latest food trends.
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