Clean Pantry

6 Healthy Snack Options When Cravings Hit

Fend off unhealthy hankerings with these bevvies and snacks that are all clean as a whistle.

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pecan milk

Pecan Pick-Me-Up

Finally, a non-dairy drink that’s free of additives such as carrageenan and xanthan gum. MALK Maple Pecan Milk combines organic pecans, organic maple syrup, organic vanilla and Himalayan salt. It’s delicious in smoothies, shakes or on its own.

$7 to $9, for where to buy.

clean dark chocolate

Deliciously Dark

Sourced from fair-trade and organic cocoa beans in the Congo, Blanxart Single Origin Organic Dark Chocolate 82% is produced using traditional Spanish methods. The result? Strong, rich flavor with notes of vanilla.


clean cookies

Clean Cookie

Koekie Chocolate Chip Cookie brings a hit of sweet flavor without the usual refined suspects. Organic raw nuts, pure maple syrup, pure vanilla extract and dark chocolate chips culminate for a decadent yet clean indulgence. $3,

Mackerel fillets

Wild Caught

This omega-3-rich fish is delicious served in salads, on whole-grain crackers or enjoyed on its own with a squeeze of lemon. Plus, Wild Planet Wild Mackerel Fillets in organic extra-virgin olive oil delivers 13 grams of protein per 2-ounce serving.


Strawberry hibiscus Tea

Rev Up

Rootalive Moringa Hibiscus Strawberry tea may be caffeine-free, but its organic moringa leaves are a natural energizer thanks to their anti-inflammatory properties and high levels of antioxidants and essential amino acids.

$9 to $10, at Marshalls, TJ Maxx and HomeGoods stores nationwide.

Seven Sundays clean Muesli

Morning Muesli

Seven Sundays Cocoa and Coconut Muesli is basically a cleaned-up version of chocolaty children’s cereals – a guilt-free treat! Sorghum flakes, cocoa powder, pumpkin seeds, almonds and honey combine for a delicious morning meal.