40 Healthy Late Night Snacks for Midnight Munchies

Fill your wrap with chicken or turkey to add more tryptophan to your diet for help sleeping. If you have a bit of a sweet tooth, fill the wrap with nut butter and bananas.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin cut in half showing seeds.
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There’s no need to wait until autumn to have pumpkin spice in your life. Pumpkin seeds are full of tryptophan and magnesium which make them a great bedtime snack. One ounce of pumpkin seeds is also only 146 calories, so they won’t expand your waistline.

Still, one ounce of pumpkin seeds may not be enough to keep you full. Try pairing them with healthy carbs such as fresh fruit or dried raisins for a more filling alternative.

Strawberries + Brie Cheese

Strawberries are sold at the Roofed Market
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All berries are packed with good antioxidants but strawberries in particular hold healthy amounts of melatonin and vitamin C. Strawberries are also one of the sweeter fruits that are still low-calorie. One cup of sliced strawberries is only 53 calories!

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