Whole wheat crepes with vanilla Greek yogurt and fruit.
Peanut butter, no sugar added chocolate pudding mix (or chocolate whey protein powder), banana smoothie.
Blueberry Oat cake (it's like a blueberry oatmeal cookie)- mix of rolled/old fashioned oats, cinnamon, vanilla, blueberries, chocolate protein powder (or unsweetened cocoa powder and sweetener of choice), and half a mashed up banana. Cook in microwave for 3-4 minutes.
Natural peanut butter, honey and fruit on whole grain toast.
Reduced fat graham crackers (or whole grain english muffin) with part skim ricotta or fat-free cream cheese and berries. Or use graham crackers, melt dark chocolate on them and add pineapple.
Natural peanut butter, dark chocolate chip oatmeal.
Apples and a natural peanut butter, vanilla Greek yogurt, fat free cream cheese dip.
A whole grain tortilla with half a banana (sliced), fat free cream cheese (or yogurt), honey. Lightly browned and melted on skillet and rolled up.
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Vegetables, fruits, and lean proteins.
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Hi everyone! This is my first time posting, so I'm a little nervous!
I'm writing because I want your advice:
Today at TJ's, they were sampling cookies, and I had a piece. I turned over the package only to find out that a cookie not much bigger than a silver dollar was 130 calories. I have no problem having a little treat every so often, but this seemed like a slap in the face. For 130 calories, I could have had more dark chocolate than I'd want, and I would have felt 10x more satisfied. This cookie left me wanting more, and took a big chunk out of my daily calorie intake :(.
This is all a long way of asking, when you feel like having a little treat, what feels the most satisfying for the calories?
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