Stuffed Celery | Three Ways!

Celery is a great snack that can help you lose weight, but it’s not always easy to eat. Here are three ways to enjoy celery without feeling like you’re eating vegetables.

This recipe for stuffed celery is made with blue cheese, which is a great way to add flavor and texture to the dish. It’s also perfect for an appetizer or side dish!

This dish is one of my favorites since it transports me back to my youth. And now that I have a kid, I can enjoy these delectable versions of stuffed celery while living vicariously via him. If none of the taste combinations provided appeal to you, create your own and share it with us in the comments area below!


Low-Carb Snacks for Kids!

It’s always enjoyable to consume snacks designed for kids, whether you’re an adult or a child. It may be difficult to persuade your children to eat something nutritious, so why not turn a healthy snack into a tasty treat? Here are some fantastic suggestions for you to share with your family:

  1. Chicken Fries Made Simple
  2. Granola with Low Carbs
  3. Mug Cake with Peanut Butter and Jam

I’m sure you’ll eat them if your kids won’t. My personal favorite is the low-carb granola, which can be prepared in bulk and kept on hand for snacking throughout the week. It’s also excellent for topping low-carb yogurt or eating as a cereal substitute with macadamia nut milk!

Choose Your Fillers

Apart from eating the filled celery, one of the most enjoyable aspects is choosing what to stuff them with! You may also enlist the help of your children. The only guideline we follow is to experiment with textures – as you can see, the three we created have a creamy and crunchy combination!

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  • peanut butter and berries, diced
  • bacon with almond butter (sweet and salty)
  • chicken and mayonnaise (a fun twist on chicken salad)

Textures Can Be Mixed And Matched

These days, mouth feel is everything! What’s the purpose of eating anything if it doesn’t taste nice and feel good in your mouth? Okay, I’m kidding, but I believe that mouth feel is really essential. It’s the precise word for the way our food feels in our mouths, and it may have a significant impact on how we perceive a meal or dish!

If you want your kids to eat more vegetables and enjoy healthier snacks like these stuffed celery, making sure they have a nice mouth feel may help them appreciate healthy eating. That certainly applies to me! I don’t always want to eat cow liver since it doesn’t taste nice, but sauteing it with onion and bacon to improve the mouth feel certainly helps me swallow it!

Celery Stuffed

Not only is this the ideal after-school snack for your kids, but it’s also a fantastic appetizer for game day or board game night at home! Build a stuffed celery bar with a variety of spreads and toppings so that guests may make their own.

Appetizers with Low Carbohydrates

Even when football season is over there is reason to get all your friends together and hang out around food! If you need more low carb appetizer options to entertain your high carb friends without them even knowing they are staying low carb, try our:

Three low carb stuffed celery recipes perfect for an after school snack!

Stuffed celery three ways displayed on a wood cutting board

Three Ways to Stuff Celery

Enjoy celery sticks topped three ways: Cream cheese & bacon bits, Goat cheese & pimentos, almond butter & sunflower seeds.

3 person servings

449 calories per serving

Time to Prepare: 10 minutes

Time to cook: 0 minutes


Sunflower Seeds and Almond Butter


Bacon with cream cheese

  • Combine cream cheese and cream in a small mixing dish with an electric mixer (add additional cream for a creamier texture).

  • If you have one, use a piping bag with a tip to stuff the celery with the cream cheese mixture. Bacon bits should be sprinkled on top. and then serve.

Sunflower Seeds and Almond Butter


Net Serving Size: 6 stuffed celery (2 of each) Carbs: 6g Cut each stalk in half to make six stuffed celery per component group!

Nutritional Information

Three Ways to Stuff Celery

Per Serving Amount

449 calories 342 calories from fat

daily value in percent*

58 percent fat 38 grams

Carbohydrates account for 114% of total calories.

20 percent fiber (5 g)

19 g (38%) protein

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are calculated using a 2000-calorie diet.



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Celery is a great way to get in some veggies and stay on track with your weight loss goals. Here are three ways you can make celery more enjoyable! Reference: stuffed celery sticks.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do you put in celery sticks?

Celery is a crunchy vegetable that is often eaten as a snack. It can be found in celery sticks, celery salt, and celery cream soup.

What is good to put on celery?

I would recommend putting in some peanut butter or Nutella.

How do you make celery snacks?

You need celery, peanut butter, and salt. Spread the peanut butter on the celery sticks and sprinkle with salt to taste.

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