All hail the snack drawer.
16 - Dried Cereal
Dried cereals like Special K and Kashi (for more of our favorites, click here) will stay good at your desk for a while and are great when eaten by the handful. And if you happen to have some milk in the office fridge, a bowl of cereal is a perfectly delightful midday treat IMHO.
17 - Chips
There are a ton of unusual and nutritious chips on the market—check out these winners from SELF's 2018 Healthy Food Awards. When you're hunting for chips that will keep you satisfied, look for options full of protein like Ips Egg White Chips.
18 - Energy Balls
The nice thing about energy balls is that you can make them yourself with ingredients you might already have in your pantry. And there are tons of recipes around the web that are delicious and exciting, like these protein bliss balls which are made from dates, walnuts, cocoa powder, and a bit of espresso.
19 - Pita Chips
If you love pita bread like no other, you should probably be keeping pita chips at your desk. You can buy them flavored or unflavored, and they're the perfect vessel for eating all sorts of dips. Plan to bring some guacamole or hummus as part of your lunch and you can eat it with these.
20 - Veggie-Packed Muffins
Something that a lot of people don't automatically realize is that baked goods like muffins will stay good-to-eat for about a week as long as you keep them in an airtight container—no need for a refrigerator! Veggie-packed muffins are a great way to sneak some veggies into your diet and also eat a muffin. Meal prep a big batch at the beginning of the week so you have some to snack on all week long.