40 Healthy Late Night Snacks for Midnight Munchies

Hot Cereal

Hot oatmeal with dried fruit and cinnamon
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Cold cereal isn’t the only breakfast food you can have before bed. Hot cereals such as whole-grain oatmeal is a great way to wind down while adding fiber to your diet. Plus, hot cereals are often better for you than cold cereals that are full of preservatives.

If you want to make sure your oatmeal helps you fall asleep, try adding some warm milk, cinnamon, and dried fruits. All of this will add to the melatonin that is already present in oats, barley, and rice.

Whole-Grain Wrap

Corn tortillas photographed for Voraciously at The Washington Post
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Whole-grain wraps are not only a great way to satisfy you’re bedtime cravings, but they can be filled with any of your favorite foods. A 6-inch tortilla is only around 90 calories, which makes it a healthy addition to your diet.

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