Are you looking for healthy snack recipes to make within no time with just a couple of simple ingredients? From energy bars, to pancakes, oatmeal cookies to peanut butter banana ice-cream, there are plenty of recipes out there for you to try out.
In this article, I will let you in on few of my all-time favourite two0ingredient healthy snack recipes. Here you go!
Top 10 Super Easy Two-Ingredient Healthy Snack Recipes:
1. Peanut butter banana ice-cream
2 medium sized bananas
3 tbsp peanut butter
Skin the bananas and freeze them overnight. The next day, toss the bananas into a blender along with the peanut butter and give it a blend until becomes into a smooth and creamy consistency.
Then, pour into a container and set it in your freezer (on low cooling) or into your refrigerator (on high cooling), so that it will be easy to scoop out after 4 to 6 hours of setting.
2. Muesli energy bars
10 to 12 pitted dates
1 cup of muesli
Into a blender, add in the muesli along with the pitted dates and give it a quick blend. The mixture should be coarse and half ground (not completely). The mixture should be of the consistency which is thick enough to form bars.
In case the batter is not forming a thick enough dough, you can add in a couple of extra pitted dates.
Then into a baking tray lined with parchment paper or baking paper, add in the muesli mixture and flatten it out. Set it in the refrigerator to harden for an hour and then demould it and cut it into bars.
3. Banana pancakes
1 large banana
Into a bowl, crack the eggs and whisk them well until they are very fluffy and set aside. Into another bowl, mask the banana very well until there are no lumps and then add in the egg mixture. Give it a stir and you can then use this as the batter to make your pancakes as usual.
4. Almond Rocks
1 cup melted dark chocolate
½ cup chopped almonds
Into a bowl of melted dark chocolate, add in the chopped almonds and give it a mix. Then, on a tray lined with parchment paper of baking paper, using a spoon pour this mixture into blobs (leaving space between each one) to form “rocks”. Freeze for 4 to 6 hours and then it is ready to consume.
5. Oatmeal cookies
2 large ripe bananas
1 cup oats of any type
¼ cup dry fruits (optional)
Into a bowl, mash the bananas and set the, aside. Then, add in the oats and give it a mix. Make sure it forms a sticky batter. If you wish to, you can add in some dry fruits of your choice.
Then, make round balls and flatten them into the shape of a cookie and bake them in the over just like you’d bake any other regular cookie. Preheat oven to 350°F and bake for about 15 minutes or until cookies are lightly brown and set.
6. Walnut butter
1 cup walnuts
Honey to blend
Into a blender, add in the walnuts along with a little honey and give it a blend. Keep adding in the honey little by little and blend until you get a smooth and creamy consistency. The walnut butter is ready and you can store it in an airtight container. It can be used on toast as a spread, just like butter.
Tip: You can also soak the walnuts for a few hours before making the walnut butter to enhance the consistency. Strain and do not add in the water.
7. Mango Icecream
1 cup Greek yogurt
½ cup mango pulp
Into a blender, add in the Greek yogurt along with the mango pulp and give it a good blend until you get a smooth and creamy consistency.
Then, pour into an airtight container and refrigerate for a couple of hours. Before consuming, give it a quick mix and the mango yogurt is ready to eat.
8. Avocado Toast
½ cup mashed avocado pulp
2 slices of toast
Onto two slices of toast, spread a thick layer of mashed avocado pulp. You or even eat it plain.
9. Yogurt Berry Bites
2 cups yogurt
1 cup berries of your choice
(Chopped into bits)
Into a mixing bowl, add in the yogurt and berry bits. Give it a mix and pour into an ice cube tray. Freeze for 4 to 6 hours, demould and enjoy!
10. Date Balls
2 cups nuts
1 cup pitted Dates
Into a blender, add in the nuts along with the pitted dates and give it a quick blend. The mixture should be coarse and half ground (not completely). The mixture should be of the consistency which is thick enough to form balls.
In case the batter is not forming a thick enough dough, you can add in a couple of extra pitted dates. Then, take a spoon to scoop out the mixture/dough and form them into balls rolling them between your palms.
11. chocolate cake
1 1/2 cups chocolate chips
4 large eggs room temperature
Preheat the oven to 325°F (170°C). Separate the egg yolks from the whites and whisk the whites until soft peaks form using a blender.
Melt the chocolate chips and add egg yolk to it one at a time and mix it well to combine. Fold in the egg whites into the chocolate mix using a spatula. Pour everything into a cake pan and bake the cake for 30 minutes.