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11 Easy Snack Ideas For Crohn's/Colitis

11 Easy Snack Ideas For Crohn's/Colitis

Updated on
May 22, 2023
Medical reviewer
Medically reviewed by
Brittany Rogers, MS, RDN
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Written by
Romanwell Dietitians

Everyone loves easy and delicious meal and snack ideas. Here are a few Crohn's and colitis-friendly snack ideas to try out. Let me know which you like the most!

Sweet Snacks

1. Nut Butter Energy Balls 🥜

Oats mixed with tahini and nut butter, refrigerated

2. Yogurt Toast with Fruit 🍓

Plain non-fat yogurt on toast, topped with your choice of fruit

3. Chia Seed Pudding 🌱

Chia seeds soaked in nut milk with simple ingredients, topped with cinnamon

4. Homemade Gluten-Free Banana Bread 🍌

Medium-ripe bananas baked with gluten-free flour, nut milk, and cinnamon

5. Nut Butter Toast with Fruit and Chia Seeds 🫐

Your choice of simple nut butter on toast, topped with fresh fruit and seeds

6. Homemade French Toast 🍞

Toast cooked in egg, served with non-fat yogurt, fresh fruit, and date syrup

Savory Snacks

1. Guacamole with Corn Chips 🥑

Fresh avocado mashed with salt, pepper, and lime juice

2. Hard Boiled Eggs with Salt and Pepper 🥚

Hard boil some eggs and have them throughout the week

3. Beet Hummus with Peeled Cucumbers and Toast 🥒

Blend beets with chickpeas and use peeled cucumbers or toast to dip

4. Avocado Toast with Egg or Tofu, Salt, and Pepper 🥑

Mashed avocado on toast with a hardboiled egg or seared tofu

5. Tuna with Plain Non-Fat Yogurt on Toast 🐟

Top a slice of toast with non-fat yogurt, tuna, and pepper



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