Hardboiled eggs are great for this, and you can just throw them in a tupperware and go. I eat mine with spicy mustard.
Also, roasted chickpeas are cheap and easy. Rinse out a can of them, dump on a baking sheet, sprinkle with olive oil and then any spices you want (salt, pepper, cajun seasoning, whatever.) Bake at 425 for 35-50 minutes until they are crunchy. They're FULL of fiber.
Here are some of my favorites that clock in at 100 or less: - 2 Tbsp hummus (cals vary depending on brand or the recipe you use, but generally around 60 or 70) - I use baby carrots and/or celerey sticks and/or cucumber sticks for dippikng - a medium sliced up apple (80 cals) sprinkled with a teaspoon of packed brown sugar (17 cals) and some cinnamon - 3 slices of healthy choice ham or turkey (30 or 35 cals) and 1 of those small ultra thin slices of swiss (40 cals) and 1 teaspoon of hellman's chipolte mayo (1 Tablespoon is 40 cals so a teaspoon is only 13.3) - 1/2 portion of almost any cereal (most of the ones I buy are 120 to 140 cals for a full serving) with 1/3 cup of fat free milk (30 cals) - 1 cup of plain puffed kamuth or wheat or rice - basically any puffed, unsweetend grain - this has 50 cals and I have some fresh fruit like berries or grapes along with it - 1/2 cup is 50 cals or less. I like the taste of the fiber one brownies, but they are quite small. If I have one with a cup of coffee or tea and take little bites between sips, it's a lot more filling than just scarfing one of those little critters down of course.
10/23/12 12:36 P
Shrimp is low calorie and packs a lot of protein.
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Love grapes and pineapple - a cup comes in under 100 calories!
Baby carrots dipped in hot sauce is a winner too.
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10/22/12 1:53 P
Grapes & carrots! Any fruit or vegetable thats easily ready to snack on is a good choice.
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10/22/12 1:45 P
1/2 cup fiber one cereal ( 60 ) 1 cup almond milk (40)
10/22/12 1:34 P
I love snacking on sliced green apples dipping them in dannon lite and fit vanilla yogurt or just adding some granola cereal or walnuts to the yogurt. also some baby carrots with light veggie dip is a nice change.
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I'm a big fan of some protein in my snack. Helps keep my blood sugar steady longer. Some favs of mine: Deli meat w/ mustard (Dijon, brown, whatever you like under 5 cal per teaspoon) in between pieces of romaine lettuce. 1c soup (plenty of veg & protein) string cheese & celery
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For me, I just snack on raw veggies
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A small salad! 2 cups of iceberg is only 15 calories, and top it with 2 TBS of fat free ranch (my fave) which is 50 cals. So for a small side salad for a snack is only 75 calories!!!! Wow!!
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10/22/12 8:38 A
Justyna7--I get the bread in any store here in chicago area , there are alot of different kinds under the brand name "Healthy Choice "..Then if you want cheese on the sandwich get Kraft FF american slices at 25 calories a slice, and I fry the egg white in pam ( butter flavor is good ). The sandwich sticks with you for hours, I hope you like it....
10/22/12 5:37 A
One slice of toasted Ezekiel raisin bread with a tiny bit of Earth's Balance spread
OK, I don't know where you get your bread, cheese and what do you fry your egg in????
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10/21/12 11:12 P
Egg Sandwich--this is a great snack that sticks with you..2 slices 35 calorie bread and a fried egg white , The egg white is around 17 calories...So this whole sandwich is about 90 cal's and then add a ff slice of cheese( 25 cals) and it is about 112 calories...
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10/21/12 9:32 P
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10/21/12 8:17 P
A serving on Sunsweet Prunes are a 100 calories and a great source of fiber. They are great in the morning along with a protein bar for breakfast. It keeps you full for a longer period of time.
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Dannon Light and Fit Yogurt. 80 calories. I hear Greek yogurts are better.
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Steamed vegetables, usually less than 50 calories.
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10/21/12 1:00 P
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10/21/12 12:59 P
I make smoothies for under 100 calories:
1 cup spinach (fresh) 7cals 1 cup frozen berries (look for no sugar added) 70 cals 1 cup ice, cold water 2 packets Splenda sweetner (mine also has 1gram fiber per packet)
I added Greek yogurt to mine as well (1/2 cup - 60cal) this morning, but that would put it over. But it's really yummy... and packs 2 full servings of fruits and veggies!
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6,513 10/21/12 11:06 A
my favorites... popcorn] small handful of almonds or peanuts 1/2 cup of diced peaches slice apples 1/2 cup coconut milk ice cream Oatmeal peanut butter chocolate no bake cookie Small serving of yoghurt Serving of fruit...watermelon, cantaloupe, grapes, raspberries Sliced bowl of strawberries with small amount of hot fudge or hersheys syrup on top Love my snacks and try to fit them in to my calorie range each day!!
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10/21/12 10:23 A
This is a great topic! I am definitely a snacker and would go bananas without variety. In addition to fruit and veggies and almonds and popcorn (also my fave!), here are some of my low calorie (100-200) snacks:
-1-2 oz baked tostitos scoops with 1/4 cup of shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese - bake in oven for 5-10 minutes -low-fat graham cracker with 1 tsp of peanut butter or nutella -1/2 cup of low-fat cottage cheese with 3 wasa thin crisps -1/2 cup fat free ricotta cheese with 1/4 cup of fresh blueberries -1/2 cup of fat free/sugar free pudding - vanilla, chocolate, white chocolate, or butterscotch - with or without 1 tbsp of cool whip
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10/21/12 10:22 A
boiled egg shrimp cottage cheese 1/2 cup lentil chips, 15 with salsa 1 oz cheddar cheese, slice thin, eat sloooow salad with 1/4 c of cottage cheese for the dressing veg soup, homemade
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10/21/12 12:22 A
Some of my favorites: -Strawberries with low fat Cool Whip -Special K Sour Cream & Onion Chips -Dannon 80 cal Greek Yogurt -100 calorie popcorn bags (Tons in them - my absolute FAV!)
There are more, but I like ones that take me awhile to eat. No point in eating a snack for 100 calories if it's gobbled up in a bite!
Try fruit. If you have 1 serving it will usually keep you below the 100 calorie range.
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526 10/20/12 9:04 P
a good snack is to cut up 1 apple into medium slices, sprinkle a little molly mcbutter on top stick it in the microwave for 3 min
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894 10/20/12 8:55 P
I've got hot cocoa packets that are 70 calories and perfect for this time of year-- add some tiny bit of whip and you have your hundred calorie snack...of course you have your pick of fruits/veggies --I but applesauce at the 99 cent stores-no sugar added and only 45 calories yummy with a sticke of string cheese or couple slices of ham and Im set!!
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10/20/12 6:55 P
I snack on carrots, celery, seeds and nuts.
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Hi! ANDREAG89, I agree! For me - protein is the most important thing in a snack.
3oz of cooked shrimp with 2tbsp of cocktail sauce = about 104 calories, and a whopping 18 grams of protein. I buy the precooked frozen ones from the grocery store which works great. Occasionally whole foods has them on sale as well.
14 almonds = about 100 calories
Baby carrots with laughing cow cheese = around 100 calories (depending on how many carrots you have!)
String cheese with grape tomatoes = 105 calories, or less depending on what brand of string cheese
1 wasa cracker with 2oz of tuna fish mixed with mustard, not mayo: 105 cals
2oz Low sodium Boars Head turkey wrapped with lettuce and pickle: 75 cals
Also a cup of chai tea with a half a cup of skim milk is only about 40 cals, and will help with your sweet tooth!
On that note... I think its time for a snack!
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552 10/20/12 12:28 P
I agree about the apple sprinkled with cinnamon. A ~175 cal snack is an apple with 1 Tbs of nut butter (natural nut butter) Light string cheese is protein and ~50 - 80 calories. 1 wasa cracker with 1 Tbs of nut butter is a ~120 - 130 calories.
Protein will make you feel fuller longer, so you make sure to put that in the mix.
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70 10/20/12 11:58 A
Snacking works best for me if it includes a protein and no sugar. Most of my snacks are about 150-200 calories. Since you are trying to stick to 100 try these: A large apple sliced thin and generously sprinkled with cinnamon A snack baggie filled with sliced raw fennel, green peppers, cukes, or any other non-messy veggie that strikes me. A slice of low fat Jarlsburg cheese and 2 Wasa rye crackers (ok, a little more than 100 cals, but you can eat just one cracker) A cup of Trader Joe's Creamy tomato soup sprinkled with basil or butternut squash soup (the low sodium ones). A small grapefruit peeled like an orange. 1 1/2 oz hamburger (cooked and 95% lean)
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977 10/20/12 11:00 A
A huge MacIntosh apple. 1/2 Cup chickpeas or black beans. (roasted chickpeas if you want crunch) Raw fennel. A smallish banana.
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10/20/12 10:47 A
1 cup baby carrots with 2 tbl hummus Half a baked potato with salsa Half a frozen dark chocolate covered banana 14 almonds 20 pistachios Third cup edamame Small apple with 2 ts peanut butter Half cup nonfat Greek yogurt with 1 ts honey 1 cup frozen grapes
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