a yogurt or a string cheese with a small piece of fruit
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Yogurt - a varieyt of flavors, some different textures - add in some cereal like oatmeal for a different texture. Who can beat that?
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I would eat afruit , or a fiber bar..
but I would never eat only 100 calories, and expect it to last more than an hour.. you may need to space out your calories more evenly.. if you are awake 16 hours, you should probably average close to 100 cals per hour
I love low fat cottage cheese and the 100 calorie oatmeal packs
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Sardines... seriously. For about 120-150 calories they're very healthy, filling and the taste will put you off eating anything else.
Other than that I don't find any 100 calorie snack to be filling. They just whet my appetite. On the other hand apple slices with peanut butter, my portion size is close to 400 calories, will keep me full for hours.
the most filling 100 calorie snack I've found is the 100 calorie pop secret popcorn. Other 100 cal foods just make me want more.
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3 servings of yogurt (35x3=105) Popcorn (light/snack size) 100
Edited by: SMALLVILLEFAN at: 3/30/2011 (16:12)
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Let's see, 100 calories....
One Laughing Cow Original cheese wedge and a very small number (not sure how many would only be 50 cals) of pecans or walnuts. Fat, protein, a little carb and sticks to your ribs for a while.
I would typically do the above snack, but with about .25 cup of pecans, which probably comes in at more like 250 calories total.
Edited by: BEARCLAW6 at: 3/30/2011 (16:11)
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A small apple and one stick of Frigo Light String Cheese (120 calories total, but it holds me for a good while!).
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I'm easy I do special k bars, kudo bars, and yogurt. Sometimes if I feel more hungry I eat salads, which are insanely huge but if you get the right dressing they have very little calories. I use a vinegar and oil dressing I've concocted, very little oil, a bit more vinegar.
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