We’ve all been there — mindlessly snacking and grazing on foods while binge-watching on Netflix or chatting with friends.
But now you’re determined to clean things up and start eating right with 2B Mindset (go, you!).
That means giving up savory, delicious snacks like nachos and chips, right?
2B Mindset is about creating a positive mindset about food, your body, your health, and your life. No negativity, no counting calories, and no depriving yourself of delicious snacks — if you need them!
To help you get started, we’ve put together a list of 2B Mindset recipes for tasty, healthy snacks.
If you’re not familiar with 2B Mindset but want to learn more about this healthy approach to eating, read about co-creator Ilana Muhlstein’s journey here, then get started with 2B Mindset!
2B Mindset Recipes for Snacks
This recipe coats baked cauliflower florets in a much healthier version of buffalo sauce that has the same tangy, spicy flavor of the original.
Finish them off with a tasty two-ingredient blue cheese sauce! Get the recipe.
Add a little something extra to your raw dipping veggies with homemade hummus.
You can whip up a batch of homemade hummus in about five minutes with a handful of ingredients and a blender or food processor.
Making hummus at home is great because you control the amount of olive oil and tahini, making it lower in fat.
We know, we know — nachos without actual nachos sounds sacrilegious, but wait until you get a taste of these.
You’ll forget the empty crunch of nachos when your taste buds experience the toasty roasted cauliflower florets covered with cheese, avocado, and spices.
Cauliflower nachos are a great way to indulge in your cravings, without heaps of unnecessary salt and fat. Get the recipe.
Skip the greasy, salty French fries and try these healthier, baked zucchini fries.
This tasty snack or side dish has crazy flavor and crunch, so you won’t miss the potato version! Get the recipe.
Brussels sprouts lovers will inhale these savory little bites, and even people who don’t will devour them.
Who can resist these healthy vegetables when they’re hugged by a slice of turkey bacon and covered with a succulent maple and balsamic glaze?
These vegan-friendly appetizers are filled with a blend of avocado, fresh basil, and tangy lime, and they’re super simple to put together.
A sprinkling of smoked paprika adds color and a touch of spiciness. Get the recipe.
The next time you get a craving for something crunchy, instead of diving headfirst into a bag of chips, try these kale chips instead. Get the recipe.
We’ve all heard the advice to “eat the rainbow,” but it can be a challenge to work in a variety of fruits and veggies into your daily eating plan.
But you’ll be eating a literal rainbow of colorful fruits and vegetables all in one go when you make this vibrant Chunky Rainbow Salsa! Get the recipe.