Are you still hungry at night? Do late-night cravings make you circling in the kitchen looking for something to eat? I get that! So what to eat when you don’t want to ruin your diet? Today I share my ultimate NO-guilt late-night snack. It’s clean, easy to make and: de-li-la-li-cious!
The other night when I was making my favorite late-night snack for my hubby and me (yes, he likes it too!), he asked me why I didn’t share this recipe on the blog because I like it so much! Hm..good question, so here we are :p
First of all I want to highlight that a late-night snack is OK when you’re trying to realize your health goals. I often hear that girls think they can’t eat after 19 o’clock in the evening, but me, I always serve myself another meal after dinner. The problem lies in the quality of foods you choose for your late-night snack. The foods you choose for your late-night snack can be crucial to your ability to lose weight or maintain a healthy one. It’s important to skip the foods your body don’t need anymore and create a meal with the nutrients your body can use during the night when you’re asleep.
Eating “bad” food late at night can act as a stimulant to wrecking your sleep. My favorite late-night snack on the other hand won’t keep me from the sleepy time I need and contributes to the recovery of my muscles while keeping me more satisfied and less hungry the next day. Now what is it?!
- Energy: 388,2 kcal
- Protein: 40,6 g
- Carbs: 14 g
- Fat: 20,5 g
- Fiber: 2,5 g
Add everything to a blender and mix until smooth and creamy. I crumble the walnuts with my hand and cut the 1/4 avocado into slices.
Pleaseee show me your late-night shake and tag @foodie_ness and #foodie_ness in your pictures on Instagram or Facebook!
Sleep well and good night 😉
Diet-friendly low-carb quarkbread with cranberries