Fitness Minutes: (135)
2/18/12 3:57 P
I keep 2 lists - one for salty and another one for sweet snacks. And I keep both of them on my fridge door, lest I get distracted by the cheesecake in my freezer :). So here they are, in order of preference.
Sweets: - cup of yogurt + 1 tbs of orange-flavored fiber - cup of yogurt + cereal - cup of cocoa + 1 marshmallow - slice of bread with PB or bread with jelly (not both) - honey + tahini (+ optionally nuts)
Salty: - all whites omelet with handfuls of no-salt spices - low-fat string cheese - 2 slices of turkey breast - personally popped corn with a tiny bit of salt and lots of other spices
Fitness Minutes: (7,171)
627 2/16/12 11:30 P
banana and peanut butter or fruit salad
Fitness Minutes: (40)
76 2/16/12 12:58 P
I mix together 1/4 cup of nuts (whatever kind I have on hand) with 1/4 cup dried fruit (raisins, cranberries, blueberries)....throm it in my briefcase for a mid-afternoon snack.
Fitness Minutes: (1,160)
96 8/16/11 6:48 P
Ok, so it's ALMOST healthy....I love, love, love baked tortilla chips, and my homemade salsa from my garden...Salsa is virtually fat free and full of vegetables!
Fitness Minutes: (7,876)
8/13/11 10:08 P
My favorite snack, whereever I am, is diced tomato, diced cucumber, diced zucchini with balsamic vinegar and a small amount of feta cheese. Season with pepper and it is sooooooo good and also good for you.
Fitness Minutes: (97,557)
6,638 8/13/11 5:49 P
Flavored almonds...wasabi soy or buffalo wing.
Crunchy, salty and spicy. 170 calories in a 1 oz. serving. Yum!
8/13/11 6:42 A
I always have a baggie in my purse with craisins, walnuts and coconut. I also grab an apple if I am going walking
Fitness Minutes: (19,915)
2,615 8/12/11 8:24 A
low fat string cheese celery and peanut butter
8/12/11 8:05 A
I like fat-free Greek yogurt with whatever fresh fruit I've got in the fridge!
I like to keep a serving (160 calories) of almonds in baggies in my purse for a quick snack so don't run through drive thru if starving.
Fitness Minutes: (60)
8/10/11 4:57 P
Mine's edamame! :D In the pods, I like to cook them regular and once they're drained, put 1 tbsp OO, 1 tbsp sriricha sauce and a couple shakes of garlic pepper in a pan , then once it's hot, dump the pods in and simmer while stirring for 4-5 minutes.. So tasty!
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