I cut up some strawberries and sprinkle them with a tsp of splenda. After a few minutes they make a little juice but they taste wonderful and only 65 cal. for about 12 berries. It doesn't take that many to satisfy my sweet tooth.
Sugar-free / fat-free pudding is my go-to sweet snack. It's only 60 calories a container, and if I pop it in the microwave for only a few seconds, it's nice and warm -- tastes like it just came out of the pan!
Last night I cut up (thin slices) of apple- sprinkled with splenda and cinnamon and baked for about 40 mins. Not only did it taste good but house smelled so good and I liked the extra heat- Really cold here.
Air popped popcorn - it has I think 100 calories for 3 cups so you can make a good size bowl and still have a reasonable snack. Fiber too! I use an olive oil spray can or you can spray it with Pam and I stand over it as it comes out and flies into the bowl and spray with one hand and season with the other so it sticks while it's hot - salt, garlic powder, grated parmesan - easy clean up too.
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i used to have this problem bad but now i eat a bowl of quaker oatmeal 140 calories the one with bananas and walnuts and drink lots of water and recently i added a meal on my nutritional counter i named it night eating now i eat less knowing i'm gonna have to look at it under night eating and see i ate more at night than i did at lunch
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I usally eat something light like Veggie Straws or a bowl of oatmeal.
Sugar Free pudding made with FF milk is always a way to satisfy the sweet tooth without too much damage. Sugar free Popsicles are good too! If I am REALLY hungry, a bowl of cereal always does the trick, and at about 120 cals, it doesn't hurt too much!
ideas...yes...do i do them often....sometimes. find a tea you like...i love the "i love lemon tea" and drink that. it takes a while, need no sweetening and is good. also i save points for a "controled desert" nightly. i eat an ice cream sandwich that is about 140cal. also you can count out special k crackers (they are actually very tasty) also 100 cal sandwich thin with 35 cal laughing cow lite is delish
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1,696 12/24/10 6:14 A
If I've got the need for something sweet....I eat two dates. That's enough to stop the craving.
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53 12/23/10 1:39 P
Why is it we ALL feel like we should be munching in the evening? Water helps. Handheld games maybe?
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