Amazon is a one-stop shop for electronics, books, household items, beauty products, and even trendy fashion labels. But what you may not know is that the leading online retailer also has virtual shelves stocked with healthy snacks. Nutritious? Check. Low-cal? Check. Gluten-free? Check. Vegan? They’ve got you covered, too. The best part: You can buy them in bulk and they’ll be delivered to your doorstep. Here, we rounded up some of the most satisfying snacks–all under 220 calories–so you can stock up without weighing yourself down.
Though these bars contain very few ingredients (think egg whites, dates, raw nuts, fruits, and some natural flavoring), they pack a lot of flavor and 12 grams of protein to keep you feeling fuller longer. What they don’t contain: grains, added sugars, gluten, soy, dairy or any artificial or processed ingredients.
Replace your regular potato chips for these dehydrated beet chips, which are surprisingly crunchy and delicious. They serve up 20 percent of the day’s necessary fiber. Plus, beets have been shown to help lower cholesterol and improve sluggishness.
Who can argue popcorn? Buddha Bowl uses organic coconut oil, avocado oil, and grass fed ghee, plus a dash of Himalayan salt for flavor. Each bag contains only 110 calories and considerably less fat than its counterparts.
It’s no secret that almonds are one of the most nutritious nuts. They are packed with protein, flavonoids, and manganese. Justin’s all-natural almond butter packs come in single servings with 6 grams of protein and 2 grams of fiber. For an even more fulfilling snack, spread a pack over fruit or an English muffin.
Another good alternative to greasy potato chips, these are made from only four ingredients–the star, of course, being white navy beans. With no-trans fat, they have a great taste and four grams of fiber per serving.
Unlike a lot of dried fruits, Bare Chips have no added sugar, oil, or preservatives. The dehydrated apple chips taste like apples (as they should), not candy, and can help you meet the recommended servings of fruit a day.