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MOTHERBOARDER SparkPoints: (252,989)
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3/25/12 11:00 A

fat free plain yogurt

SPARKLEMEUP2 SparkPoints: (129)
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Posts: 8
3/25/12 10:44 A

coffee,apples,whipped cream and cinnamon

HONNEE1 Posts: 633
3/25/12 10:26 A

1 gram carb chocolate 1 ounce

COURTNEYFUJARA SparkPoints: (9,111)
Fitness Minutes: (8,609)
Posts: 11
3/25/12 10:18 A

Berries!

GOODBYEBLUESKY Posts: 27
3/25/12 10:10 A

Cereal and soup :)

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MEINA4 Posts: 108
3/25/12 9:42 A

Raw nuts and apples emoticon

MYOWNHERO Posts: 1,156
3/25/12 9:40 A

frozen spinach, frozen blueberries, frozen strawberries.


WENDYHJ SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 21
3/25/12 9:36 A

Bananas, fat free yogurt, sugar free tapioca, hard boiled eggs, kashi heart to heart cereal, laughing cow cheese wedges, broccoli, black beans, canned tomatoes, fat free milk, green tea latte mix- oops- that's way more than one item!

OMAHAMAMA SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 847
3/25/12 9:31 A

Eggs - preferably farm fresh - otherwise cage free organic.
Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, they are a perfectly balanced protein.
Lately I've been keeping peppers and onions on hand so I can scramble up two eggs and make quick breakfast burritos. Yum!
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ILOST150POUNDS Posts: 1,662
3/25/12 9:29 A

High fiber whole wheat wraps. I can use them for breakfast with egg whites, for lunch with chicken or even for dinner with black beans and brown rice. And only about 75 calories.

MERLA59 SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 101
3/25/12 9:10 A

greek yogurt with 1/2 small box of raisins

SUSANK16 Posts: 2,518
3/25/12 8:06 A

frozen parmesan tilapia and cut up fruit

SHRINKINGSHERI Posts: 3,419
3/25/12 6:21 A

Fruit, spinach, coffee, popcorn, garlic powder, olive oil

BARRISTER2011 SparkPoints: (29,255)
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Posts: 1,017
3/25/12 2:32 A

Organic Strawberries, apples, oranges, local fat-free milk

MTULLY SparkPoints: (116,747)
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Posts: 3,064
3/25/12 1:36 A

carrots

WHTDOVE22 SparkPoints: (0)
Fitness Minutes: (655)
Posts: 282
3/25/12 1:30 A

whole wheat cereal bars...apple cinnamon.

RNINNC Posts: 34
3/25/12 12:48 A

i really like fruit emoticon

KEEPITSIMPLE_ SparkPoints: (91,638)
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Posts: 4,759
3/24/12 10:37 P

Tuna

I go to Starkist Tuna packs which include the low-fat mayo, relish, and crackers. I keep them at work and home. I love Tuna, I crave it, and I don't enjoy cooking. Delicious and healthy.

I keep Sargento Low-fat cheddar cheese sticks and yogurt for anytime snacks.

KAREN2LOSE55 Posts: 8,040
3/24/12 10:04 P

Yoplait 100-calorie fat free yogurt

BUTRFLY_FREEDOM SparkPoints: (19,412)
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Posts: 2,245
3/24/12 10:03 P

Rotel

Chilies, jalapenos, black beans. ALWAYS on hand!

KATE10161 Posts: 45
3/24/12 9:57 P

Baby carrots and hummus

NEWGAL78 SparkPoints: (8,929)
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Posts: 200
3/24/12 9:45 P

celery

BRISKYE SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 7
3/24/12 9:04 P

organic strawberries
kale chips (yum)
kale or spinach
some form of vegan chickun

thats more than one but i always have those items in my fridge

JESSIHOVER1 Posts: 602
3/24/12 8:36 P

Lately peanut butter. Great way to get some fats. But I love no salt added beans and soup, the fresh fruits and veggies. Fresh foods are always good go to foods. They are quick and healthy.

ERINMARIE424 Posts: 3,101
3/24/12 8:09 P

no salt added pinto beans - great on salad, in soup, mashed up as a dip....

GGCHET Posts: 1,520
3/24/12 8:06 P

tomatoes...usually grape or cherry tomatoes!!!

BLUEANNIEDOG Posts: 334
3/24/12 7:41 P

Fruit, greek yogurt, peanut butter

LESSCHEESE Posts: 314
3/24/12 7:26 P

Lawash low-carb tortillas! I eat a few a week at least and you can stuff 'em with anything. They are so delicious and I wish I hadn't shared them with my kids because now they like them better than regular. LOL

Also, baby carrots and Greek yogurt.

MONYEE Posts: 757
3/24/12 6:56 P

what are shiritaki noodles and how do you prepare?

MONYEE Posts: 757
3/24/12 6:55 P

Honey Greek yogurt, 0% and Planters Nut-trition Heart Healthy Mix. Great snacks and the nuts come in 1.5oz packs that I can keep in my purse for a snack when I'm on the go.

MSGNOME Posts: 555
3/24/12 6:16 P

I am never without peanut butter.

ROBINDTHEWINNER Posts: 4
3/24/12 6:15 P

Triscuits and Laughing Cow cheese!

WATERDIAMONDS Posts: 14,777
3/24/12 6:04 P

bananas, peanut butter and broccoli

1TOBFIT SparkPoints: (57,389)
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Posts: 1,237
3/24/12 6:03 P

Eggs emoticon

MASHAMOO Posts: 1,667
3/24/12 6:01 P

Coffee.

FITNAPTURAL SparkPoints: (77,335)
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Posts: 407
3/24/12 5:58 P

Almonds and peanut butter! I never allow myself to run out of either.

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (67,852)
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Posts: 3,526
3/24/12 5:56 P

tuna!

INFINITEJESS84 SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 304
3/24/12 5:45 P

Pickles! Mmmmm salty briny goodness!!

CEDARCOVE4 SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 18
3/24/12 4:59 P

Jazz Apples, Wasa Crisps and herbal tea in lots of fun flavors! I must have these in the house....OOOH! And Popcorn!

BEACHBUM2002 Posts: 22
3/24/12 4:51 P

shiritaki noodles

NOREENBX Posts: 761
3/24/12 4:30 P

Baby carrots!

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (225,375)
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Posts: 14,510
3/24/12 4:18 P

brown rice, bulghur, Canadian bacon

every time Publix has BOGO on brown rice I stock up!

CHERYLMCINTYRE Posts: 9
3/24/12 4:15 P

Organic Bananas (only a few cents more and WAY better for you and the field workers, go online for some quick research and you'll be buying organic too!)

Astro All Natural Fruit at the bottom Yogurt Cups

:) Both very good for you and very affordable.

Have a sunshine day,
Cheryl
Lethbridge, AB, CAN

ZELLAZM Posts: 11,895
3/24/12 4:10 P

Favorite snack go-tos that I always have on hand: Bananas! Peanut butter! Carrots!

DANNIELLEMARIE Posts: 1,416
3/24/12 2:49 P

frozen spinach, unsweetened soy milk, decaf coffee, frozen broccoli, zucchini, carrots, and lettuce. I get twitchy when I'm running low on any of those things.

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (60,906)
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3/24/12 2:40 P

Cheese. I adore cheese, and never have less than five different kinds in my fridge at any time. Right now I've got cottage, colby jack, cheddar (sharp and mild), American, swiss, mozzarrella, and a cheese ball. I think that has some port wine in it.

Funny thing? I'm lactose intolerant.



LYNCHD05 Posts: 9,631
3/24/12 2:33 P

bananas and greek yogurt

FARIS71 Posts: 492
3/24/12 2:26 P

greek yogurt

TYLERDRANGUET SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 571
3/24/12 2:08 P

I can't live without Multigrain Cheerios. They're my favorite snack ever and so filling. Great for at home, at work, and on-the-go.

ZIGGYSTARSHAY Posts: 595
3/24/12 1:04 P

What is one staple/multi-purpose food item you always have in your kitchen?

I use Thomas' multi-grain 100 calorie english muffins for everything! Breakfast sandwich, lunch sandwich, with peanut butter, with fruit..couldn't live without em! And I get a third of my daily fiber? Yes please!

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