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What you eat during stressful times like this is important. As sucky as it sounds, it’s better to avoid temporary energy fuellers and stick to the more healthy long term energy providers. The ideal study break food should be quick to make, full of energy, and yummy.

Try some bananas swimming in honey or maple syrup with some berries on top. Mmmmm.
 Cereal is also a really good snack food. Try go more for the ‘porridge in applesauce’ side of the cereal spectrum as opposed to ‘buckets of lucky charms’.
Dark chocolate is the best of the chocolates to have, so try combine it with healthy nuts like almonds. (or eat endless boxes of after eights. We won’t judge, we’ll be right there with you stuffing our faces)
Carrots are also good, you can even chop ‘em into little bits and pick at them while you’re working.
Whole grain crackers and cheese- whole grain is better than normal crackers because they’ll make you feel less sluggish.
Grab some fruit like a grapefruit or an apple or orange. Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries. G’wan.
Avoid fizzy drinks and try aim for tea, orange juice, milk, cranberry juice etc. Or if you’re looking for something a bit more tasty, tesco have some new fruit mix juices- the cranberry and raspberry one is yummy.
Rice cakes.
Wraps are good too because you got your meat and your vegetables. A turkey and peppers combo is probably your best bet for a healthy energy wrap.
Omelettes are also great, try this recipe, courtesy of the dashing Mr. Jamie Oliver  http://www.jamieshomecookingskills.com/recipe.php?title=the-perfect-simple-omelette
If you’re a fan of celery raisons and peanut butter, go for some traditional ants on a log  http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/ants-on-a-log/Detail.aspx
Try these baked apple chips, yumtastic  http://www.pinterest.com/pin/418694096577458734/
If you’re a pizza fan (who isn’t though?) try these cauliflower based pizza bites, which is great to make over those slightly longer breaks  http://dashingdish.com/recipe/mini-cauliflower-pizza-bites/
Peanut butter chocolate chip granola bars are also great for energy. If you want to make your own here’s the recipe http://www.food.com/recipe/peanut-butter-chocolate-chip-granola-bars-358785
For those warmer days (there’s bound to be at least one) try these grapefruit popsicles  http://thefitchen.com/2014/01/08/grapefruit-mint-popsicles/
Have some yoghurt- relive your glory days with some Petit Filous.
Baked apple with cinnamon and honey or maple syrup.
Fish is also excellent brain food.
Or just go for some scrambled eggs and wholemeal toast.

What you eat during stressful times like this is important. As sucky as it sounds, it’s better to avoid temporary energy fuellers and stick to the more healthy long term energy providers. The ideal study break food should be quick to make, full of energy, and yummy.

  • Try some bananas swimming in honey or maple syrup with some berries on top. Mmmmm.

  •  Cereal is also a really good snack food. Try go more for the ‘porridge in applesauce’ side of the cereal spectrum as opposed to ‘buckets of lucky charms’.

  • Dark chocolate is the best of the chocolates to have, so try combine it with healthy nuts like almonds. (or eat endless boxes of after eights. We won’t judge, we’ll be right there with you stuffing our faces)

  • Carrots are also good, you can even chop ‘em into little bits and pick at them while you’re working.

  • Whole grain crackers and cheese- whole grain is better than normal crackers because they’ll make you feel less sluggish.

  • Grab some fruit like a grapefruit or an apple or orange. Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries. G’wan.

  • Avoid fizzy drinks and try aim for tea, orange juice, milk, cranberry juice etc. Or if you’re looking for something a bit more tasty, tesco have some new fruit mix juices- the cranberry and raspberry one is yummy.

  • Rice cakes.

  • Wraps are good too because you got your meat and your vegetables. A turkey and peppers combo is probably your best bet for a healthy energy wrap.

  • Omelettes are also great, try this recipe, courtesy of the dashing Mr. Jamie Oliver  http://www.jamieshomecookingskills.com/recipe.php?title=the-perfect-simple-omelette

  • If you’re a fan of celery raisons and peanut butter, go for some traditional ants on a log  http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/ants-on-a-log/Detail.aspx

  • Try these baked apple chips, yumtastic  http://www.pinterest.com/pin/418694096577458734/

  • If you’re a pizza fan (who isn’t though?) try these cauliflower based pizza bites, which is great to make over those slightly longer breaks  http://dashingdish.com/recipe/mini-cauliflower-pizza-bites/

  • Peanut butter chocolate chip granola bars are also great for energy. If you want to make your own here’s the recipe http://www.food.com/recipe/peanut-butter-chocolate-chip-granola-bars-358785

  • For those warmer days (there’s bound to be at least one) try these grapefruit popsicles  http://thefitchen.com/2014/01/08/grapefruit-mint-popsicles/

  • Have some yoghurt- relive your glory days with some Petit Filous.

  • Baked apple with cinnamon and honey or maple syrup.

  • Fish is also excellent brain food.

  • Or just go for some scrambled eggs and wholemeal toast.