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55 Healthy Snacks Under 200 Calories

Spice Up Your Snacktime with These Ideas

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  • 1/2 cup yogurt with 1/2 cup blueberries
  • Taking what I can use....leaving what I can't. GREAT LIST! Thanks for the info and the wonderful ideas! Will use this also as a "springboard" for my own ideas!
  • Low calorie snacks are great, but for those people (like me) who need to know the sodium content as well, all I see are foods to avoid and information I have to hunt for in order to determine whether these snacks really would work for me in the long run. I allow myself one cheat meal per week where I can eat something regardless of the sodium content, otherwise I need to track it diligently. The Nutrition Tracker on SparkPeople is an *awesome* tool for that and I try to use it daily. But if my snack has as much sodium in it as my dinner does then I feel likes it's defeating the purpose, just a wee bit. ;)
  • I TAKE A 1/2 OF LAVISH BREAD SHEET-SPREAD 1 WEDGE OF LAUGHING COW LITE CHEESE--2 SLICES DELI TURKEY AND SOME CUCUMBERS--FOR A CRUNCHY, FILLING SNACK
  • A few slices of ham or turkey deli meat are great rolled up with chopped tomatoes, cool cucumber slices, and peppery arugula. Add a dash of dijon mustard and Voila, low calorie deli wraps on the go!
  • These are awesome ideas!!! Thanks.
  • I don't know how many calories this is, but I like to put the laughing cow cheese on celery.
  • I take about a half cup of cottage cheese and mix in about a tsp of cinnamon and a tiny bit of some sweetener. Then I add a couple a tablespoon or two of slivered almonds....makes a delicious low calorie high protein snack.
  • apple with peanut butter, or a cinnamon raisin bagel thin with a laughing cow light cream cheese
  • YEUDOI
    Thanks for the great ideas! I often end up eating the same snacks over and over. Now I have a whole new list of things to try. Variety keeps me motivated! :D
  • apple slices and all natural, no salt or sugar added peanut butter. i don't like almond butter. LOL
  • JACKIE542
    Bananas, and blueberries.
  • JSIEVERT
    If you are lactose intolerant but love cheese, you should still be able to eat hard, aged cheeses, as the lactose is broken down during the aging process. I personally like Romano and Fontina. See what works for you, but typically the more aged the cheese is the better for your situation. Try a small amount and see how it works with your system. Good luck!
  • i need to find new ways to satisfy my cheese craveings because now im lactose intolerant
    dose anyone have any good ideas?
  • My "go to" snacks: banana with a tbsp. of peanut butter or celery with peanut butter; 100 cal. bag of popcorn; yogurt; 90 cal. cereal bars. When I pack my lunch I also pack my snacks so I am not tempted to go to the vending machine.

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