Nutritionist-Approved Snacks You Can Eat Before Bed
Craving a treat before calling it a night? Try these healthy options from Energy Balls
, a new book by nutritionist Christal Sczebel.
Photo: Christal Sczebel
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The Protein-Packed Indulgence
Had a long day? We feel you. Unwinding with a chocolaty treat usually does the trick—and these rich and comforting truffles fit the bill nicely, since they're made with cocoa powder and
chocolate protein powder. The rest of the ingredient list is blessedly brief: almonds, oats, dates and almond milk. There's no added sugar, and each serving contains 4 grams of protein.
Eating protein and healthy fat can help to keep your blood-sugar levels steady through the night, allowing you to get some quality shut-eye
Get the recipe: Chocolate-Almond Truffles