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THETOOTH SparkPoints: (6,415)
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11/18/11 1:34 A

I had Goldfish.

You can't handle THE TOOTH!!! :)

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DAISY5301 SparkPoints: (0)
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11/17/11 9:29 P

The fat-free fudgicles are satisfying for me. A small (frozen) bagel w/ fat-free cream cheese & sugar free preserves is good too. Or yogurt. Or even bran flakes w/skim milk.

But I'm trying to not eat after 8pm ~ reading this food page is kinda helping to satisfy my food thoughts emoticon

AMAGHROND SparkPoints: (0)
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11/17/11 5:23 P

banana, celery and peanut butter, carrots, fiber1 cereal

SHABBAL1 Posts: 41
11/14/11 8:38 P

I like Dannon Light and Fit with a couple tbsp FF or reduced fat Cool Whip:)

JINXSTORM Posts: 6,719
11/14/11 6:22 P

skinny cow fudge bar

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MAMROTU73 Posts: 46
11/13/11 2:53 P

I just baked some banana bread today, so I'd have a slice of that. Just sweet enough that it could be considered a dessert. Yum!

MOTHERBOARDER SparkPoints: (145,163)
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11/13/11 12:56 P

skinny cow dessert

XIUXIE SparkPoints: (0)
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11/13/11 11:54 A

finn crisp with peanut butter

Edited by: XIUXIE at: 11/13/2011 (11:55)
Plenty of things taste as good as being skinny feels. :)
ROCKINGRANDMA3 Posts: 786
11/13/11 11:47 A

A cinnamon graham cracker

JLBRHW SparkPoints: (27,134)
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11/13/11 5:46 A

homemade pica de gallo w/ tortilla chips is my fav, but most likely I'll eat something a bit less heavy in the sodium category...greek yogurt w/ flaxseed is delicious!

HUNGRYCURVYGIRL SparkPoints: (0)
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11/13/11 4:50 A

popcorn

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DVCASEBOLT SparkPoints: (0)
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11/11/11 8:08 P

fudge dip macroon granola bar and tree top fruit snack

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LOWCARBFORLIFE Posts: 139
11/11/11 4:55 P

None. I prefer meals as oppose to snacks.


WATERDIAMONDS Posts: 14,777
11/11/11 11:24 A

chocolate cherry "ice cream" made with dates, soy milk, 1 scoop of cocoa and a handful of frozen cherries

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INSIDEOUT2010 Posts: 572
11/11/11 10:33 A

Plain nonfat yogurt (sweetened with splenda) and topped with two tbsps of granola.


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MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 8,303
11/10/11 1:08 A

My snacks were 100 calorie pkg almonds and a small
bag of original flavor pop chips! Yum!
emoticon

JINXSTORM Posts: 6,719
11/9/11 10:21 P

green smoothie

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DVCASEBOLT SparkPoints: (0)
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11/9/11 8:39 P

banana, and houny roasted peanuts

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STARTINGOVER-11 Posts: 168
11/9/11 2:11 P

I have an individual servings of Greek Yogurt with Honey (Oikos Brand in Canada anyway). It's like 80 calories and 10g protein. Creamy and sweet it works for me. Anything salty makes me want more.

"A goal without a plan is just a wish" - Shaq
MULEDOGGIE SparkPoints: (55,072)
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11/8/11 11:19 P

Just had 6 oz non-fat vanilla sugar free yogurt with Kashi Go Lean mixed in (about .66 serving). Sweet and crunchy.

Jeff

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SONICB Posts: 4,308
11/8/11 11:12 P

Hm... I would go with part-skim mozzarella string cheese or a hard-boiled egg.

ARAE288 Posts: 22
11/7/11 10:03 P

Jonagold Apple. Pink Ladies are delicious as well.

-CORAL- SparkPoints: (39,573)
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11/7/11 7:44 P

I'm a veggie lover so I like to just cut up celery, carrots and cucumber and have them with my homemade low-fat buttermilk ranch dressing.

Or popcorn! But I see you already have that covered!

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MARITIMER3 SparkPoints: (142,995)
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11/7/11 7:13 P

Greek yogurt with fresh fruit.

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BITTYGIRL51 SparkPoints: (35,651)
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11/7/11 6:58 P

Thanks for all the great ideas. I have found some mini-sweet bell peppers at Sam's that are delicious! I like them with Marzetti's fat free ranch veggie dip. Yum!


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DVCASEBOLT SparkPoints: (0)
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11/7/11 6:50 P

granny smith apple with carmeal sauce

Edited by: DVCASEBOLT at: 11/7/2011 (18:59)
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BAZINGABROOKE Posts: 833
11/7/11 3:49 P

Almonds! They're a healthy fat that is filling.

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SPONSKY120 SparkPoints: (0)
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11/7/11 3:10 P

sunflower seeds!!!

KASSAY25 Posts: 3,218
11/5/11 9:08 A

dark chocolate frozen banana babies

KPETSCHE Posts: 4,655
11/4/11 11:38 P

Just bought a bag of Clementines and had a couple of tiny ones tonight. Really refreshing.

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11/4/11 11:19 P

peanut butter gronola bar

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BLUESOX4113 SparkPoints: (22,127)
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11/4/11 10:42 P

I just discovered kale chips, which are an amazing way to fool your body when you are craving something salty/crunchy. Here's a link to a video that explains how to make them: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGesrS_YrQc You can do the same sort of thing to make beet chips.

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JOEYKIRKWOOD SparkPoints: (0)
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11/4/11 10:16 P

I like cottage cheese and fruit

BEARCLAW6 SparkPoints: (27,813)
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11/4/11 9:42 P

Cottage cheese? It is a nice mix of fat, carbs and protein.

Edited by: BEARCLAW6 at: 11/4/2011 (21:43)
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11/4/11 7:44 P

This is a wonderful time of year for apples, so a snack I often enjoy is an apple sliced up into many slices and a tablespoon of peanut butter. I create a moment of it, and I use a small cheese knife to spread a slice with a little peanut butter, and then eat it. Then I repeat with the next slice. It makes me eat more slowly and appreciatively. The mix of sweetness, creaminess and crunchiness satisfies me.

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11/4/11 6:59 P

I am a nighttime snacker. I try not to eat too heavy or too late, but am often in a quandry as to what to have for a snack before bedtime. I sleep much better when I have a small, healthy snack. My "go to" when all else fails in popcorn, but I would like suggestions for tonight especially since my calories etc; are limited based on the following:


CALORIES CARBS FAT PROTEIN
1209 154 30 87

My Daily Goal:

1,200 - 1,550 163 - 236 32 - 56 60 - 127

Remaining Today:

0 - 341 9 - 82 2 - 26 0 - 40

I did work out today and burned an additional 631 calories.


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