Healthy Snacks to Go, 2nd Edition, Revised and Expanded

Healthy Snacks to Go 2nd edition cover

What’s the hardest part about eating real, unprocessed foods?

Betcha at least one of your top answers is “eating on the go.”

It’s all well and good to make your own food while you’re at home, but sometimes the challenge of leaving home, especially in a  hurry, can cripple the best of real food intentions.

Read all about the new expanded edition of Healthy Snacks to Go right HERE.

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  1. Greta says

    Darn. After looking at this for a year, I finally decided to invest the money to get Book No. 1…. a month ago. Oh well, it’s a good book and I can tell anyone whose on the fence about it that it’s totally worth it!

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  2. Tiffany says

    Katie, I just made the Peanut Butter Kisses today (from the 1st edition) and they were REALLY gooey and sticky (but tasted awesome). Is that the normal consistency? Will they get harder? I used the 1/3 honey, 1/3 pb, 2/3 coconut recipe and added some dark choc chips.

    Can’t wait to get the 2nd edition!

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    Katie Reply:

    Add more coconut until it’s more like playdough! Mmmmm… :) Katie

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  3. says

    When do you think we’ll get the second edition update? I made some chickpeas last night in anticipation of getting your new recipes. I love all the recipes in the first book although getting it on my Kindle Fire has been challenging. I hope we will get the info on how to get the second edition today.

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    Lenetta Reply:

    Cindy, i don’t know how the fire works, but i have the kindle app on my phone and it gave me a kindle email address that i could send pdf docs to, slick as a whistle. Maybe you could get it on that way?

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  4. Katie says

    I’m just about to download the revised version, I have the original and just made some of the faux-larabars to share with the children I nanny. I actually don’t like real larabars, but LOVE the ones you came up with!

    I saw that you have a recipe called “Chocomole”, and I just made “Aguacate del Chocolate” as they called it, yesterday! It was amazing, and I can’t wait to try your version!

    Thank you so much for providing these delicious, money saving, healthy, and special diet friendly recipes :)

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  5. says

    I LOVE my Healthy Snacks To Go! Both editions! Thank you so much, Katie!

    I especially love the granola bars & power bars – Mmmmmm

    Has anyone figured out nutritional info on any of the recipes? Just thought it would save me some time inputting all the ingredients into my calorie counter.

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    Katie Reply:


    The only ones I know are the granola bars (PB version: and the grain-free granola (about 700 cal/cup and 55g of fat!).

    :) Katie

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  6. shannon says

    Wow Katie, how generous. I don’t know which new recipe I want to try first. I just know I’ve got most of the ingredients for most of your recipes so may have to make a few this weekend. Thanks!

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  7. Lisa K. says

    Just have to say I love the new edition, great updates! Have a question though. I don’t have a food processor. Can you make the graham cracker recipe without it or is it necessary?


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    Katie Reply:

    Yes, that shouldn’t be a problem to use a pastry cutter or whatnot, like a pie crust. I can’t believe I didn’t include that in the FAQs, sorry about that! Good luck! :) Katie

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  8. Lindsey says

    Our biggest problem is an intolerance to eggs. Will we be able to use this book?

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    Katie Reply:

    Thanks for the question – 37 recipes are egg-free (almost all of them) and at least 3 of the remaining ones, maybe 5, would work great with the flax/water egg substitute. I am updating the post right now to include that! :) Katie

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  9. Lori says

    Katie – sorry but a few weeks ago I was unable to download the new version (I have the first edition). How can I get the new version? Sorry to bother you. Thanks.

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    Katie Reply:

    Dash me an email with the first word on p. 38 (to show that you have the book) and I’ll send instructions! (kitchenstew at

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