Easy to pack, homemade, and delicious enough for your tiny dancer, these cheesy crackers are a great alternative to the store-bought, processed snacks you may pack in a dance bag or lunchbox. And they’re easy to make too!
nutrition for dancers
Vegetable rich vitamins and minerals in the convenience of a muffin! Make ahead and pack these easy snacks in your dance bag.
Homemade hummus is great for dipping vegetables or using as a spread on sandwiches. Keep it on hand to help keep you fuller longer and give your body an additional dose of protein and fiber. Enjoy this healthy and easy recipe from Motivated Nutrition.
A bowl of sugary, processed cereal is not going to energize you for the day. Start your morning off right with a whole grain like kasha.
These sweet little snack balls of oats, nuts, and seeds travel well in your dance bag and give you the perfect combination of nutritional energy to help you last until dinner. Try the recipe for yourself!
With an aim to raise the barre on nutrition and encourage healthy eating habits in the dance world and beyond, ballet dancers, Julia Erickson and Aaron Ingley created Barre, a real food bar made with natural ingredients. In this interview, Julia and Aaron share their story, their mission, and their own tips and ideas for eating healthfully on a dancer’s schedule with Dance Advantage readers.