In our weekly Q&A installment, we asked The Greatist Team about their favorite healthy snacks on the go. Here’s what they had to say:

“Going back to my mix-and-match quinoa salad here!!! Prep a few cups of quinoa, steamed, sauteed, or roasted veggies, and some baked or grilled lean protein (chicken) or beans of some sort each weekend, and throw together whatever elements you want everyday for lunch. Add in a sprinkle of parmesan one day, some balsamic vinaigrette another. Serve it cold or hot—the possibilities are endless!” — Kate Morin

“I always opt for a delicious on-the-go sammich (aka a super delicious sandwich) made with all my favorite ingredients. I start off toasting two slices of whole wheat bread, spread a little bit of mayo and mustard on one side, then add in grilled chicken (or sliced turkey), a slice of cheese (provolone’s my fave), pickles, lettuce, tomato, and some avocado. It’s super quick to assemble, packed with flavor, and can stave off hunger for hours. Instead of chips, I pack my ziplock baggie lunch with some frozen grapes or other fruits for a sweet treat.” — Cathy Zhu

“For a meat-free, protein-packed lunch, stick a few slices of Swiss cheese between whole grain bread. Add vegetables (some permutation of lettuce, tomato, cucumber and avocado should do the trick) and mustard for an extra kick. In the summer, get a refreshing dose of vitamin C with a can of apple or pineapple juice. Cheesy and delicious.” — Shana Lebowitz

“A banana and three Babybel mini cheeses. This healthy lunch is my best “on the go” option for those crazy days when I end up eating as I am walking out the door or driving in the car. No making, no cooking, no mixing, no preparing, and no utensils required. Those little rounds of cheese can be kind of addicting, though, so I have to be sure to stop at three.” — Kristine Lockwood

“This one might be kind of weird, but oh well. Buy an 18-carton of eggs (on a Sunday). Boil as many of them as you can fit into your pot (15 mins, medium on the burner). Each morning, peel and chop 3 of them in half, pop the yolks out, and sit a cherry tomato (or 2 if you’re aggressive) where the yolk used to be. Resulting snack is mostly protein, very low-calorie/low cholesterol, tasty, and interesting looking. Bring it in a sandwich bag and it’s a talking piece with shy people at work who don’t usually speak to you.” — Justin White

“I always keep a few packets of low sugar Maple Brown Sugar Oatmeal in my office for a quick bite when I don’t have time to run out and grab something. I usually add a scoop of peanut butter and it keeps me full till it’s time to leave work!” — Katie Koerner

“I’m a huge fan of protein bars and dried fruit on the go. Neither need to be refrigerated, and they pack enough energy to keep me going until I can find my next meal.” — Jordan Shakeshaft

“Peanut Butter and Jelly. How to make it healthier? Whole wheat bread, fruit spread without the sugar and reduced-fat peanut butter. It goes great with a glass of milk and a banana.” — Amy Kraft

“I am obsessed with Stacy’s Pita Chips dipped in Cedars Tzatziki! It’s definitely my go-to lunch, dinner, and snack on the go. I’m constantly eating this combo!” — Casey O’Hanlon

“As much as I love to cook, even I have nights where I don’t have the time or energy too cook. That’s when I turn to Healthy Choice Cafe Steamers. These frozen wonders provide protein, veggies, and carbs— a complete meal in my opinion. I usually pair it with some cottage cheese for a little something extra.” — Leah Rocketto

What are your favorite healthy snacks on the go? Let us know in the comments below!