Tasty·Posted on Oct 14, 201621 Healthy Power Snacks All College Students Should KnowPut down the Red Bull.by Arielle CalderonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to share their go-to healthy power snacks for studying. Here are their favorites! 1. Avocado toast with an egg and Sriracha. Daily Moves and Grooves / Via dailymovesandgrooves.com "All of the of fiber, protein, and healthy fats to keep me going!" —jordid 2. Plain Greek yogurt with fruit and honey. Rixipix / Getty Images Figs are a great combo, but you can also try berries, orange slices, or any other fruit, really!—michellep402948a8e 3. A healthier trail mix. Babble / Via babble.com Recipe here. —jessicaant51 4. Veggies and hummus with pistachios. Seeds 'n' Smiles / Via seedsnsmiles.com "I could always go for some pistachios." —aisforalana 5. Apple sandwiches with oats, peanut butter, and raisins. The Kitchn / Via thekitchn.com Recipe here.—catsoloyolo 6. Dried cranberries, almonds, and pumpkin seeds. Ingfit / Via ingfit.com —sodancer 7. Oven-roasted chickpeas. Chowhound / Via chowhound.com —lillybelled 8. Cucumber and cream cheese bites. food.com / Via food.com "Multigrain crackers topped with a little bit of cream cheese, salt and pepper, and either grape tomatoes, cucumber slices, or avocado." —maeganc4aa4e48b1 9. Frozen grapes. Creative-family / Getty Images —haylis3 10. Ants on a log. Photo_chaz / Getty Images It's a snack that combines peanut butter and celery sticks as the "log" sprinkled with raisins on top as the "ants." You can also substitute raisins for dried cranberries, cacao nibs, or dark chocolate chips.—laneh44c59981a 11. Almond butter + a banana + something crunchy. Tales of a Kitchen / Via talesofakitchen.com Recipe here.—catielu21 12. Toast with cottage cheese, pineapple, and cashews. Macey Foronda / Via buzzfeed.com —cathgiselle8 13. Egg-white breakfast cups. Goodful / Via Facebook: video.php "You can obviously have them for breakfast, but if you make them in a mini muffin tray and store them, they're perfect for a protein-filled snack on the go." —Andrew Ziegler, FacebookRecipe here. 14. Peanut butter yogurt dip. Stephanie Powers "It makes a really good dip for fruits or pretzels." —sarahf463b1b87e 15. A small portion of lemon pepper salmon and brown rice. Creativeye99 / Getty Images You can meal-prep it and use it throughout finals week.—emilyjewelm 16. Frozen blueberry yogurt bites. Skinny Mom / Via skinnymom.com "Blueberries are great for memory and the protein of the yogurt will keep you full." —Anna Kopsky, FacebookRecipe here. 17. Smoked salmon cucumber rounds. ariellesays / Via instagram.com —ariellecalderonRecipe here. 18. Cranberry tuna salad on apple slices. The Wholesome Dish / Via thewholesomedish.com —Kristin Harris, FacebookRecipe here. 19. Popcorn with different seasonings. Simply Fresh Dinners / Via simplyfreshdinners.com You can try this lemony kale popcorn with the recipe here.—FlatlandDan 20. String cheese with fruit and raw almonds. Running On PB / Via runningonpb.com "They have a lot of protein, and when I’m reading notes for a long time, peeling the cheese gives me something to fidget with."—louise211 21. And of course, some hot tea. Grafvision / Getty Images "Matcha green tea for that caffeine boost!" —kaieb Want to be featured in similar BuzzFeed posts? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Twitter and Facebook!