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Foods You Can Eat At Night 

You’ve finished your nighttime routine, started to wind down, and climbed into bed, only to have your stomach growl mercilessly — we’ve all been there. We’re frequently faced with the dilemma of deciding whether it’s worth getting up to eat, and if so, what healthy late-night snacks are available to satisfy those cravings while still allowing you to sleep.

To help you listen to your body’s cravings while also providing it with the nutrients it requires, here are some suggestions for late night snacks:

Fruits or Vegetables with Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is rich in protein and healthy fats, and in combination with fruits or vegetables, it is an excellent snack. Simply spread butter moderately on slices of apple, banana or celery.

Banana Tortillas

Bananas go well with almond butter. To make the snack even better, make tortillas. On a wholemeal tortilla, apply a moderate amount of almond butter and place a banana on top. Sprinkle a little cinnamon and wrap the tortilla, cut into smaller pieces and serve.

Roasted chickpeas

Chickpeas are a food that is extremely nutritious. It is an excellent source of protein and some minerals, it’s also a delicious and crunchy snack. Prepare it in the oven and season as desired – add chili, Mediterranean spices, paprika powder… There are sooo many possibilities.


You can make a delicious spread from chickpeas. And then simply eat the hummus with bread or combine it with other vegetables. A popular combination is, for example, hummus and carrots.

Vegetable chips

Thinly slice various vegetables, season to taste and bake in the oven at a lower temperature until crispy. You can also use an air fryer. Beets, pumpkins, carrots and kale are the most commonly used vegetables. You can use garlic powder and ground paprika as a spice, and yeast flakes can be used for additional aroma.

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