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Sleep-Friendly Ingredients

Micellar Casein Protein

Slow-digesting and rich in tryptophan, micellar casein protein promotes satisfaction on fewer calories and can also lower the blood-sugar impact of carbohydrates consumed before bed.


Derived primarily from corn, Inositol is often referred to as Vitamin B8. It plays an important role in the regulation of neurotransmitters, and has been shown to boost mood, reduce anxiety and improve insulin sensitivity.

Gluten-Free Oat Flour

Slower-digesting oat flour is naturally richer in fiber, vitamins, and minerals…also higher in protein, antioxidants and melatonin than other flours.


This naturally occurring sugar, derived from figs and raisins, delivers delicious taste with minimal blood sugar impact. This helps avoid sleep disruption that occur with traditional high glycemic snacks before bed.

Vitamin B6

plays a pivotal role in the production of neurotransmitters and hormones related to sleep quality and regulation. These include conversion of tryptophan to serotonin, melatonin synthesis, the production of GABA, and more.

Monkfruit extract

This natural sweetener delivers great taste with minimal impact on blood sugar levels. High glycemic snacks before bed can disrupt sleep patterns and impair sleep architecture, leading to daytime fatigue, fogginess, moodiness, and increased risk of chronic health conditions.

Prebiotic Fiber

Numerous studies show the positive impact of prebiotic fiber on sleep quality. We use both inulin and soluble corn fiber to support a healthier and more diverse gut microbiome.

How Does Nighttime Snacking Impact Sleep Quality? }

The foods you eat can both negatively and positively impact your ability to fall asleep, stay asleep, and most importantly, feel rested when you wake up.

At night, we naturally crave snacks that are high in sugar, fat, and calories. Unfortunately, those are also the things we should be avoiding

On average, adults snack before bedtime 3.9 nights each week. To get better sleep, make better nighttime snack choices.

Unhealthy late-night eating behaviors make people less productive at work the next day…

There are ingredients that have evidence of helping improve sleep quality

People around the world show remarkable similarity in their daily eating habits: meals start off healthy in the morning but get progressively worse throughout the day – until by nightfall we're deep into junk food territory.

What you eat, drink, and do in the hours leading up to bedtime can make or break how well you sleep

Nightfood vs. other cookies

Nightfood Chips Ahoy Oreo Famous Amos Grandmas
Calories 120 150 140 150 140
Protein 4 1 1 1 1
Prebiotic Fiber 3 <1 <1 1 1
Sugars 6 10 12 10 10
Gluten-Free? Yes No No No No
Added Vitamin B6 500mcg 0 0 0 0
Added Inositol 500mg 0 0 0 0

*Per 30-gram serving.

What Consumers Are Saying

Amazing Bedtime Snack!

Excellent choice for my bedtime snacks. I sleep well and can enjoy satisfying my sweet tooth cravings with Nightfood Cookies! have already ordered more!

– Samuel K.

Tasty And No Guilt

Classic chocolate chip flavor with soft bites. Great nutrient profile. Slept like a baby after eating a whole bag.

– Christopher B

Pack A Punch

These cookies are chewy, soft, tasty little bites! what a great snack at night when the sweet tooth hits before bedtime. There’s enough in each bag to satisfy the craving too. forget the guilt of eating cookies late at night, this snack puts the debate to Bed.

– Michele B.


Nightfood is both awesome and unique…of course you’ll have questions!!!

What is “sleep-friendly” snacking all about?

What you eat before bed matters.

So if you’re going to snack between dinner and bed (and who doesn’t??), it’s important to consider how those snack choices will impact the quality of your sleep throughout the night.

Sleep-friendly snacks are ones that are less likely to impair sleep and can even support better sleep quality because of their nutritional profile.

What makes Nightfood a better choice for nighttime snackers?

Nightfood snacks are formulated with our team of sleep and nutrition experts.

Most people snack at night at least once a week, and that’s not going to stop.

The most popular choices are cookies, chips, and ice cream. That probably won’t change either.

So we make sure our snacks are sleep-friendly, meaning more slow-digesting protein, more prebiotic fiber, with less sugar, less fat, and fewer calories, plus other added nutrients like myo-inositol and vitamin B6.

Knowing nighttime snacking won’t just go away, we make sleep-friendly snacks to help you get through Daylight Cravings Time.

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