Snacks

Snack in a Jar

Need a Snack? 🤔

Okay guys- this recipe is almost too simple to post. And that’s exactly why it should be on my blog and accessible for all of you busy people out there.

Because who isn’t in the need for a healthy afternoon-snack, just something light but filling, healthy and protein-rich..

Well here you go!

Prepped in unter 10 minutes, super affordable, satisfying, portable, healthy, and so on.. You can prep and store these “Superjars” for up to 4 days in the fridge and you will not have another excuse why you ate those cookies as a snack because you “needed something to hold you over”.

Substitute the peanut butter for almond or any other nut butter of your choice. – Not a fan? How about adding hummus?!

These jars come in handy not only for snacks like these but also to prep soups, sauces, overnight oats and grains. I used 16 oz. jars. A must-have in every well equipped kitchen.


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Please leave a comment about how yours turned out. Hover over the picture to save it to your Pinterest and don’t forget to hashtag your recreation using #speedandspices!

Get creative, get snackin’ and get going with these beautiful and easy goodies!♥

 

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Snack in a Jar
The perfect on-the-go snack: Celery and carrot sticks with peanut butter in a jar. Quick and easy to make and stored in the fridge fresh for up to 4 days. No more excuses for unhealthy snacking if you have these goodies prepared.
Course Snack
Cuisine Universal
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Servings
Jars
Ingredients
Course Snack
Cuisine Universal
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Servings
Jars
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Prepare two Mason Jars (16 oz.) and cover bottom of each jar with 2 TBSP of Peanut Butter.
  2. Cut celery stalks and carrots into almost the length of your jar. Place your veggies upright into your jar and voilá!
Recipe Notes

Prepare Snacks in a Jar for your whole family and store in the fridge for up to 4 days!

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