You won’t be able to stop making these homemade seaweed snacks. They are that good!
Seaweed snacks are becoming increasingly popular and it comes as no surprise.
Dried seaweed in these delicious snacks is low in calories while high in nutrients like iodine, calcium, iron, magnesium, and vitamins K and B12.
These types of foods are ideal healthy foods of the future. On top of being healthy, they are sustainable as they don’t require fresh water, fertilizer, or pesticides to grow, and they are available all year round.
But the best part, which is also the reason you’re gonna love seaweed in your snacks is that it adds umami flavor to the food. Giving every snack that special flavor that makes you go mmm with every bite.
CRISPY SEAWEED SNACKS
This is the ideal movie snack, and if you have an air frier it will be a healthy one too. To make it you’ll need just a few simple ingredients like dried nori seaweed, spring roll wrappers, egg, sesame seeds, salt, and pepper.
You’ll find the recipe here.
ALMOND SEAWEED SNACKS
Nuts and seeds are a rich source of protein and other valuable nutrients, coupled with seaweeds and many nutrients they hold this is a very healthy snack you will enjoy having on hand.
The recipe for this delicious snack is here.
HONEY SEAWEED SNACKS
If you like your snacks sweet then you’ll love these honey seaweed chips filled with sesame seeds and sliced almonds. The sweet chips are nutty, delicious, and easy to make.
The recipe for honey seaweed chips is here.
WONTON SEAWEED SNACKS
You’ll need only three ingredients to make these highly addictive chips. Those are dried seaweed sheets, wonton wrappers, and egg whites. This is the perfect substitute if you usually crave regular potato chips.
You can find the recipe here.
SWEET ‘N SPICY SEAWEED SNACKS
Seaweed coated in a mixture of maple syrup and cayenne pepper and sprinkled with sesame seeds for extra nutrients and baked until crispy and perfect. The flavor combination is unique and unless you love sweet and spicy it may take some time to get used to.
Find the recipe for these yummy chips here.
SPICY SEAWEED SNACKS
Eating spicy food is an experience, it’s an endorphin rush that makes you feel good. Couple it with the health benefits of seaweeds and you’ve got a healthy snack that will excite you. For this snack, seaweeds are brushed with hot sauce, sprinkled with sesame seeds, and baked until crisp.
The recipe for this spicy snack is here.
SEAWEED SESAME BARS
It’s an energy bar made with seaweed. A sweet and healthy snack packed with nuts, seeds, and seaweed, and sweetened with maple syrup. This one will make an excellent workout snack to give you an energy boost to power through your workout.
You’ll find the recipe here.
This seaweed snack resembles a popular meat snack, but only in shape and a convenient way of consuming it. Veggie jims are packed with seed and veggie paste and wrapped in a nori sheet. Perfectly flavored with cayenne pepper and onion powder. Then dried in a dehydrator.
You can find the full recipe here.
Gimmari is a popular Korean street food. It’s a stuffed and fried seaweed roll often eaten as a side dish but it also makes a delicious and comforting warm snack. Nori sheets are filled with glass noodles and various shredded and chopped veggies. Then dipped in tempura and deep fried in oil. Eat them warm with some soy dipping sauce.
Get the recipe for gimmari here.
SAVORY GRANOLA BARS
Granola bars don’t always have to be sweet. In fact, their savory counterpart is a perfect option for those that have a salty tooth but like the convenience of granola bars. They are packed with a variety of seeds, oats, and puffed rice. Then seasoned with finely chopped dried seaweed sheets and soy sauce. Sunflower seed butter and honey are used as a binder.
The full recipe for these bars is here.
SEAWEED AND COCONUT BARS
The flavor of these bars is a blend of sweet and salty and nutty. And the combination of wakame algae and coconut flakes is something special. Add to it peanut butter, honey, salted crackers, and chocolate chips and you have a party in your mouth with every bite.
You’ll find the recipe for the bars here.
TUNA SEAWEED BALLS
A delicious and satiating snack to have on hand when cravings kick in, or a unique appetizer to treat your guests. To make these balls all you’ll need is tuna, cooked rice, and mayo. To season it you’ll need sriracha and ponzu sauce (or soy sauce and lemon juice). When you make the balls, roll them in the finally chopped roasted seaweed. Leave the balls in the fridge for at least 1 hour to rest before enjoying them.
The recipe for these exquisite balls is here.
What kind of collection of seaweed snacks would this be if it wouldn’t include a recipe for homemade crackers? These delicious, crispy crackers are great on their own but of course, you should try dipping them in some hummus, tzatziki, or tuna dip. They are quick and easy to make and if you want to make them a bit healthier you can just swap all-purpose flour for wholewheat flour.
Get the recipe here.
AVOCADO “SUSHI” SEAWEED SNACKS
If you have some leftover rice, roasted seaweed snacks, and avocado on hand then you should definitely try this easy “sushi” snack. It is a crispy version of popular food, so versatile when it comes to flavor. You can use whichever spice blend or sauce you have to get a healthy, wholesome, and incredibly delicious snack.
The original recipe you can find here.
SPICY TUNA SEAWEED SNACKS
It’s an ideal snack to have as a light dinner, an appetizer, or to take to work for lunch. A spicy tuna pate can be made in advance and kept in the fridge. When you’re ready to eat just spread a spoonful of tuna pate on a sheet of roasted seaweed. Add some shredded carrots, chopped onion, slices of avocado, and a sprinkle of sesame seeds for extra texture and flavor.
You can find a recipe for this delicious snack here.
Whichever of these seaweed snacks you choose to make you’re gonna love it. They are all delicious, easy to make and soo addictive you won’t be able to stop eating them.
You’ve been warned!
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