6 Healthy Celery Snacks to Nosh on This Spring

6 Healthy Celery Snacks to Nosh on This Spring

March is National Celery Month, dedicated to celebrating this lovable, crunchy green vegetable. While celery may be low-calorie, don’t be fooled: those stalks are packed with nutrients like vitamin A, C and K. A good source of dietary fiber, adding it into your diet can also help aid digestion. This month on the Vibrant Health blog, we’re sharing a roundup of six healthy celery-filled snacks — from smoothies to kid-friendly lunchbox bites.  

Healthy Celery Snacks for Springtime  

  1. Refreshing Green Celery Smoothie  
  2. Celery Snails & Caterpillars  
  3. Apple Celery Smoothie Bowl  
  4. Grown up Ants on a Log  
  5. Cold Veggie Pizza Appetizers  
  6. Bloody Mary Gazpacho Shooters  


1. For a Mid-Day Refresh: Refreshing Green Celery Smoothie  

If you need an afternoon pick-me-up, look no further. This refreshing green smoothie is made with mango, spinach, flax seeds, fresh ginger and of course celery. A scoop of our Green Vibrance gives you an extra nutrient boost!  


Get the recipe at Vibrant Health! 


2. For the Ultimate “Cool Parent” School Snack: Celery Snails & Caterpillars  

Want the “Cool Parent” award? This kid-friendly snack is perfect to make for school lunches or play dates. Celery stalks are stuffed with peanut butter or cream cheese then topped with a variety of fruits and veggies — like apple, kiwi, cucumber, and tomato — in the shapes of snails or caterpillars. They’re healthy and sure to be an instant hit! 


Get the recipe at Woman’s Day 


3. For a Post-Workout Breakfast or Snack: Apple Celery Smoothie Bowl  

This fiber-rich nutritious smoothie bowl will fill you up, making it ideal for a post-workout snack or meal. Celery, kale and banana are blended together with water and a scoop of our Green Vibrance, then topped with any fruit your heart desires.  


Get the recipe here at Vibrant Health! 


4. For an Adult Version of Your Childhood Favorite: Grown Up Ants on a Log  

Take a walk down memory lane with this “Grown Up” version of the classic ants on a log. This recipe takes the childhood favorite to the next level by using a blend of peanut, almond and sunflower seed butter blended with a pinch of chipotle powder. Top with cranberries and chopped nuts for a sweet and salty combo!   


Get the recipe here at Food52! 


5. For the Perfect Party App: Cold Veggie Pizza Appetizers 

Wow your party guests with this crunchy, veggie-packed twist on traditional pizza. Served cold, the pizza crust is topped with a combo of cream cheese and Greek yogurt, then loaded with fresh vegetables like cauliflower, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, cucumber and celery.  


Get the recipe here at Wholefully! 


5. For a Non-Boozy Brunch: Bloody Mary Gazpacho Shooters  

Bringing together the taste of gazpacho meets Bloody Mary, these little shooters are vegan, alcohol-free and full of flavor. They’re packed with zesty ingredients like tomato juice, lemon and horseradish then garnished with a lemon wedge, olives, mini pickle and celery stick for the ultimate presentation!  


Get the recipe here at Kitchen Treaty!  


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