12 Quiet Library Snacks That Won’t Announce That You're Eating - Good Food Made Simple

12 Quiet Library Snacks That Won’t Announce That You’re Eating

Aug 27, 2018
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It’s back to school time and for many college students that means back to the library. Although a perfect spot to study, a library is often a minefield when it comes to snacking. A crunch of a celery stick could send chills down someone’s spine. But forgoing something to eat can leave you groggy, uncomfortable, and with an even louder growling stomach.

Don’t be that guy (or gal!). We’ve got 12 Quiet Library Snacks that keep you satisfied while staying soundless. Enjoy quiet snacking so you can fuel your body and stay focused.

Here are 12 Quiet Library Snacks That Won’t Announce That You’re Eating!

Peanut Butter Energy Bites

These energy bites are not only crunch-proof, they will keep you full and in the zone for a marathon study session. America’s favorite power couple, peanut butter and chocolate, satisfy that sweet tooth while the flaxseed offers a superfood boost. Did we mention you can make these at home in under 10 minutes?

The Greek Breakfast Burrito

Greek Burrito

We all need that mid-report-writing escape. The Greek breakfast burrito sends your taste buds on a trip to the Mediterranean without leaving your desk. The cage-free eggs, feta cheese, and white beans, offer you a burst of energy and mouthwatering flavor. Don’t be afraid to ask a library staff member where their microwave is located. Sometimes it can be as hidden as your favorite read.

Healthy Strawberry Parfait


This parfait is perfect for an evening in the library. Filled with good bacteria, yogurt keeps your gut happy while you hit the books. Top with your favorite berries for a sweet flavor. Finish with some granola or, if you think that veers on too crunchy, opt for oats. Its cute factor doesn’t hurt either.

Pancake Puffs

pancake puffs

Okay, these might turn heads but only out of jealousy. Is there anything more baller than rolling up to a packed library with your own mini pancakes? Pop ‘em in the microwave and enjoy! Who says pancakes need to be reserved for mornings?



Gut-friendly and filling, oatmeal is the perfect snack when you need a little pick me up. Dress it up like something insta-worthy or eat as is, this will keep you full till the library closes. Pro-tip: the Good Food Made Simple frozen oatmeal packs can double as an ice pack in your lunch bag. Wait for it to thaw or heat it up for a cozy treat.

Peanut Butter Banana Sushi

This “sushi” is a sophisticated take on the classic peanut butter sandwich. This healthy delight is as unexpected as it is delicious. Swap peanut butter with almond butter or even Nutella to satisfy a craving and never get bored.

Chia Pudding

Chia Pudding

Ancient civilizations believed that chia seeds held superpowers and who couldn’t use a couple extra superpowers when studying for an exam? Chia pudding is easy to make and can be prepped in bulk! Make a few mason jars and stock up your mini-fridge. You won’t regret it. Top yours with anything from chocolate to coconut to your favorite fruits.

Chocolate Chip Mug Cake

Mug cakes are a college MUST. Birthday? Mug cake. Aced a test? Mug cake. Literally any other reason? Mug cake. This chocolate chip mug cake is SO easy to make. Just chef this up in minutes at your dorm, throw it in a Tupperware container to bring to the library and enjoy when the mood strikes you.

Chicken and Black Bean Bowl

Chicken Black Bean Bowl

Who says you can’t have a little fiesta while you fire through flashcards? Don’t sacrifice nutrition just because you don’t have a stove. Good Food Made Simple does the heavy lifting for you so you can enjoy real food at fast food speed. The chicken and black bean bowl is packed with flavor and made with only real ingredients.

Peanut Butter Stuffed Dates

Stuffed Dates

The term “library date” takes on a whole new meaning with these sweet things. All-natural and delicious, stuffed dates are the perfect treat during a long day at the library.

Hard Boiled Eggs

hard boiled eggs

Make every trip to the library egg-mazing with the simplest snack out there, hardboiled eggs. Pair with salt and pepper or even some avocado for flavor. It’s a clean protein source that won’t leave you feeling groggy. Buy them pre-cooked and save your energy for the books!

Cake Batter Oatmeal Prep Bars

Cake Batter Oat Bars

No oven? No problem! These bars don’t require baking! Get that sugar high you crave and the satisfaction of making something delicious. Head in the books, party in your mouth. Try this cake batter peanut butter and you’ll never go back to regular pb.

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