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Meet Noom Health Coaches: 41 Summer-Inspired Snacks

by | Jul 24, 2018 | Last updated Dec 26, 2022

Ever wonder what Noom health coaches eat to beat the summer heat? We asked some of our fave goal specialists and group coaches what they’ve been snackin’ on these days. From fruit (straight up!) to homemade frozen yogurt, you’re in for a treat.

Coach Adrienne F.
Homemade chocolate berry frozen yogurt
Blend together ½ cup yogurt, ½ cup frozen blueberries, ½ cup frozen strawberries, and 1 tbsp. cocoa powder.

Coach Alyssa B.
Chopped avocado, cucumber, tomato and red onion with lemon juice, black pepper and salt

Coach Amanda L.
Strawberry mousse
Blend 1.5 cups strawberries, 1 cup coconut water, ½ can chilled coconut milk, a squeeze of lime juice, and a pinch of salt until smooth. (Makes 4 servings).

Coach Anika G.
Loaded hashbrown bowl

Coach Aya O.
Vanilla coconut milk ice cream topped with cacao nibs

Coach Brooke L.
Fresh summer bean salad
Black beans, corn, tomato, avocado, salt, pepper, lime and red wine vinegar (feta cheese optional!)

Coach Celina S.
Veggies dipped in garlic hummus with a crumble of goat cheese

Coach Chelsea D.
Berry lemonade popsicles

Coach Christian A.
Fresh fruit (like oranges, blueberries, strawberries, and pineapple) with sprinkled granola and topped with a light drizzle of honey

Coach Hayley B.
Watermelon and mint salad
Cube and chill watermelon mixed with mint and a squeeze of lime juice.

Coach Holly W.
Whole grain toast rubbed with a whole clove of fresh garlic (it melts!), tomato slices, fresh mozzarella, and a pinch of sea salt, topped with a basil leaf.

Coach Humberto B.
Tropical smoothie
Blend banana, strawberries, skim milk, whole oats, and ice.

Coach Jack G.
Watermelon wedges soaked in a little bit of lemon juice and a dash of sea salt

Coach Jaclyn K.
Chia seed pudding with pomegranate seeds

Coach Jennifer K.
Apple slices dipped in peanut butter or PB2

Coach Jennifer W.
Sweet potato “toast” topped with grilled avocado and roasted tomato

Coach Jenny R.
Sugar snap peas dipped in tangy dijon

Coach Katie H.
Mango pineapple protein bars

Coach Kayla S.
Mashed avocado mixed with favorite salsa, chilled, and served with whole grain crackers.

Coach Kayleigh F.
Bell pepper roll up
Top a whole grain tortilla with garden veggie cream cheese and bell pepper slices, roll, and enjoy.

Coach Kimberly N.
Homemade coffee smoothie

Coach Leslie W.
Mango yogurt smoothie
Blend ½ cup non-fat greek yogurt with 1 cup mango.

Coach Lindsey C.
Vanilla coconut chia seed pudding

Coach Lindsey M.
Baby carrots dipped in peanut butter

Coach Maggie H.
Oats with peaches — sprinkle cooked oats with brown sugar and chopped peaches!

Coach Maryn F.
Bing cherries

Coach Micki R.

Coach Mindi G.
Coconut cranberry protein bars

Coach Natalie T.
A small plate of baby carrots, dill pickle & deli turkey

Coach Nick G.
Homemade acai bowl

Coach Nikki M.
Thinly sliced apple topped with peanut butter, sliced almonds, walnuts, and mini chocolate chips

Coach Rachael T.
Fresh fruit granita
Blend 3 cups fresh fruit (berries, peaches, watermelon, etc.) with 1 cup water. Pour into a baking pan and freeze, stirring edges into center every 20 to 30 minutes. Once frozen, use a fork to scrape granita into flaky crystals.

Coach Rachel M.
Fresh heirloom tomato slices topped with sea salt and cracked pepper

Coach Rebecca D.
Cookie dough or mint chocolate chip Greek yogurt dessert bars

Coach Samantha R.
Watermelon cherry slushies

Coach Sasha B.
Watermelon kabobs

Coach Sherry F.
Strawberries dipped in peanut butter greek yogurt dip

Coach Sonia C.
Watermelon, mint, feta, pine nut salad
Cut, mix and serve.

Coach Taylor S.
Carrots and hummus

Coach Tracy M.
Baked zucchini chips
Slice zucchini into thin chip-like discs (about ¼ inch thick). Dip into a beaten egg, and then into a mixture of whole wheat breadcrumbs (or almond flour) mixed with parmesan. Bake at 450 F for 15-20 minutes, or until crispy and browned.

Coach Trish T.
Greek yogurt topped with grapes, strawberries, and oats n’ honey granola

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