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55 Healthy Snacks Under 200 Calories

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    I badly need suggestions that are
    gluten-free and dairy free - 1/14/2013 1:03:53 PM
  • LILHEDGE - thanks! - 1/14/2013 12:08:31 PM
  • Now what I need to know but don't have time to enter in each thing to find out--which of these has a significant serving of protein and/or fiber? - 1/14/2013 8:52:34 AM
  • As with anything you take what you think is good leave what you think is bad and move on. I might add that for some people the food items that don't seem so healthy to us are a fair bit more healthier that what they may be snacking on now. There was a time when my partner and I would throw a family sized bag of potatoe chips in a bowl then empty a bag of cookies around the edge and snack on that while we watched a movie. - 1/14/2013 4:48:28 AM
  • This is wonderful. I just printed the list and I will be using it. I'm going to make some to take to the movie instead of eating popcorn. - 1/13/2013 5:12:39 PM
  • Bronhi, click the button with the heart w/ a checkmark on it just to the left of the article. It's under the share icons. - 1/13/2013 4:14:33 PM
  • Can anyone send me a message letting me know how to save this page to my favorites? - 1/13/2013 1:50:54 PM
  • I like this list, but to make some of them what I'd consider a "snack" I'd have to cut the portion in half. Who needs an entire cup of yogurt or applesauce in one sitting? (I'm assuming measuing cup, not the small plastic single serving container). A snack at 200 calories to me is begging to be rounded out and made a small meal. I am loving some of the suggestions closer to 100 calories though.

    There are several I could just add a piece a fruit and I'd have breakfast. 2 whole grain waffles is a snack? Grab a banana and it's breakfast. Same with the oatmeal & english muffin. Others I could add veggies or lean protein for a nice lunch. I'm definately getting some ideas, but more for light meals than snacks.

    And I'd have to argue with how "healthy" a few of these are. Homemade banana bread (cake), a fruit & nut bar (what kind? All fruit & nut bars I've seen are basically candy bars in a box), and pretzles?? Really? Calorie packed, high sodium carb bombs with no nutritional value. Now, you can eat just about anything in moderation, but just because it's a small portion doesn't mean you can call it healthy. :) - 1/11/2013 4:53:41 PM
  • Well...I just was scanning through this....why bake a banana??? and the low fat Fudgecicle with almond butter!!!! WHAT??? Why would you put almond butter on a fudgecicle??? and how would you get it to stay if you wanted to? - 1/11/2013 11:12:56 AM
    I love the different snacks but a print out would be awesome. - 1/10/2013 6:24:04 AM
  • I am not sure I would consider most of those snacks exactly totally healthy - 1/9/2013 11:00:12 PM
    I can't even see a list to WANT to print! I've clicked on everything to no avail! - 1/9/2013 10:41:30 PM
    Print Friendly...Friends look to the left where the bubble says share this article, look down the list where it says print and print away, comes out great! - 1/9/2013 5:46:46 PM
  • You can always do a copy (ctl c) open a word document page and paste (ctl v) - you then can manipulate the verbiage as you desire and save and/or print. - 1/9/2013 2:46:21 PM
  • One BIG note: Any dried fruits ARE NOT diabetic friendly - - they have w a y to much sugar content once dried!!! Just sayin' - 1/9/2013 2:41:17 PM

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