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FITNESS_ELLE Posts: 1,115
2/1/13 6:59 A

Thanks so much! I'm going to try some of these next week.

I guess cottage cheese has fewer calories than greek yogurt?

CHRISTMAS2009 Posts: 244
1/31/13 4:22 P

strawberry special K bars have been my lately. But usually I snack on nuts, make a berry smoothie with just berries and ice and a little juice...

CALLMECARRIE Posts: 1,598
1/31/13 3:32 P

BJANDICK beat me to it. The Fiber One Brownies are only 90 calories, and the fiber helps you feel fuller. They're delicious. They come individually packaged and one is pretty satisfying.

SALILIA Posts: 368
1/31/13 3:24 P

I make a salad in a large mixing bowel with a variety of veggies, and I take a cup of it when ever and put some turkey or chicken on it. Or I will have a granola bar and a cup of tea, or glass of organic milk.

PUFFYPANTS2 Posts: 29
1/31/13 2:59 P

yogurt jello with ff whip cream (sparkpeople recipe)

BJANDICK SparkPoints: (9,639)
Fitness Minutes: (3,796)
Posts: 105
1/31/13 2:16 P

Fiber One Chocolate Brownie. They fill my chocolate graying and only have 90 calories and 3 protieins.

POETICA7 SparkPoints: (9,026)
Fitness Minutes: (1,713)
Posts: 727
1/31/13 2:02 P

roasted unsalted almonds

Hey, have any of you had Skinny Girl ice cream?

GLINDAW Posts: 160
1/31/13 1:36 P

Dannon Light & Fit Greek yogurt
Yasso Frozen Greek yogurt pop (70 calories and takes a while to eat)
Hard boiled egg
7 reduced fat triscuits and 1 slice reduced fat cheese.
My favorite for when I am really hungry is FiberOne cereal and 1/2 a cup of milk. The fiber fills me up.

CLARK971 SparkPoints: (24,082)
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Posts: 752
1/31/13 1:18 P

100 calorie greek yogurt and an apple

microwave popcorn

oatmeal



ORCHIDBLOSSOM Posts: 534
1/31/13 1:13 P

Chia seeds - they are awesome! Although they are a bit pricey, I think they're worth it.

I mix 1 tbsp. with 1/4 cup almond milk, let sit for 10 minutes until they "gel", then ingest. They keep me full for a few hours!

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (61,851)
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Posts: 4,472
1/31/13 4:34 A

a baked sweet potato - low cal (I eat them plain) and filling
Canadian bacon
Greek yogurt
an apple

FAT2GAINHEALTH SparkPoints: (10,252)
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Posts: 399
1/30/13 11:03 P

drink a large glass of lemon water or lime water with splenda or sweet and low or equal. it will fill you up and help with water intake as well.

HOTDISH2DIE4 SparkPoints: (13,008)
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Posts: 146
1/30/13 10:40 P

egg white omlette

NIRERIN Posts: 11,975
1/30/13 9:00 P

vegetables.
broccoli is somewhere around 50 cals per cup depending on if you're talking frozen or fresh or cooked. add a little bit of cheese and you're getting a cup of food for less than 100 cals. and personally, since i find potatoes to be the most filling food ever, pop that broccoli and cheese on a 100 gram potato that you bake and you're adding less than 100 cals but fiber and protein. that will keep me full for a few hours.
spinach and cauliflower are also low cal and have volume.
i also make a lot of lentil vegetable curries. it's a great way to clean out the fridge and tends to be less than 200 cals a cup when you toss in zucchini, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, mushrooms, peppers, onion, and dark green leafies. it also freezes well. and if i want to make it even more filling, i'll mash some potatoes with greens and serve that under the curry. lots of bulk for not a lot of calories.

SARAHANN01 SparkPoints: (1,660)
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Posts: 124
1/30/13 8:52 P

I normally have a part-skim string cheese stick because it's super convenient. I buy various brands depending on what is on sale, but it is essentially 70 cals and 9 grams of protein. Plus, because you have to pull it apart it takes longer to eat which makes me feel more satisfied.

-VIXEN- SparkPoints: (21,479)
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Posts: 822
1/30/13 8:43 P

nonfat cottage cheese
plain yogurt with cinnamon and stevia
low cal cheese wedge and celery
air popped popcorn
string cheese and rye cracker

FITNESS_ELLE Posts: 1,115
1/30/13 8:41 P

Hi! I am wondering if anyone has recommendations of what to eat when you've already hit your daily calorie allowance, but you are starving?

I generally have a snack of nuts and fruit, but today that put me over by a lot. (400 calories) I'm actually still hungry, to be honest, but my tracker is scaring me away from food until tomorrow.

What do you snack on when you've already had your meals and need a little something else?

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