10 Snacks Under 100 Calories

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10 Snacks Under 100 Calories

Your taste buds won't know that these snacks all weigh in at 100 calories or less!

Movie Night Necessity

Sprinkle a tablespoon of parmesan cheese over 2 cups of air-popped popcorn: 85 calories

Italian Delicacy

Chop an ounce of low-fat mozzarella cheese and 6 fresh basil leaves, then eat with a cup of cherry tomatoes: 100 calories

Filling and Fiber-Rich

Fill 5 ribs of celery with one tablespoon of peanut butter: 100 calories

Morning Perk

Enjoy an 8-ounce skim milk latte: 85 calories

Protein-Packed Pleasure

Wrap 1.5 ounces of low-sodium turkey deli meat around one small sliced apple: 100 calories

Berry-riffic Boost

Mix 1/4 cup of low-fat vanilla yogurt with 1/2 a cup of blueberries and raspberries: 90 calories

Midday Munchies

Top half a medium apple with a 1-ounce slice of low-fat extra sharp cheddar cheese: 90 calories

Sweet and Savory

Top 2 ounces of low-fat cottage cheese with one medium peach, sliced: 80 calories

Irresistible Luxury

Top 8 ounces of sugar-free hot chocolate with 2 tablespoons of fat-free whipped topping: 95 calories

Chocolate with a Conscience

Top 4 ounces of sugar-free chocolate pudding (made with skim milk) with 2 tablespoons of fat-free whipped topping: 75 calories

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1/9/2012 9:51:39 AM

I have to agree with the individuals that asked for more natural choices - non processed foods and some realistic pictures. I understand that advertisers are tying to make money so they rationalize the deceitful pictures they use, but I thought SP was all about helping us. Thumbs down on how these treats were presented.


1/9/2012 9:49:24 AM

These look Yummy. Think my kids would love them too.


1/9/2012 9:47:50 AM

CBULLIS1's SparkPage
This is great sllways looking for low Cal snacks


1/9/2012 9:42:13 AM

SARHOD99's SparkPage
These look great - thanks!


1/9/2012 9:40:57 AM

Thank you


1/9/2012 9:39:50 AM

These snacks do look delicious, and I know that a few of them are. My wife makes the fruit and vanilla yogurt. I have had celery and low fat cream cheese, but peanut butter also sounds good. Is anyone familiar with carob? It's used as a substitute for chocolate, but is it OK for diabetics?


1/9/2012 9:37:39 AM

SHEILAGO2014's SparkPage
These are good ideas for things to keep around so it eliminates the excuses to grab something you shouldn't


1/9/2012 9:36:42 AM

LMJ2874's SparkPage
I believe the illustrations are just to be used as a guide. At the bottom of the first page it had a "disclaimer" - Note: Slideshow photos are for illustration purposes only and do not represent accurate portion sizes.

It's up to us to make the right choice when spooning it into the bowl. :-) Might be disappointed the first time around but at least we learn what works and what doesn't.


1/9/2012 9:27:34 AM


what is a rib: a stalk? five pieces of celery pulled from the main stalk or one of the outer pieces cut into five pieces or cut so many inches for each rib?

1 T for five pieces? the size in the picture.

true serving pictures would only make sense, that big bowl of parmesean cheese and tomatoes sure shows way too much. We need to see the real portion.

the meat wrapped around the apple slices, isn't 1 1/2 oz like a slice or maybe 2, please make it real


1/9/2012 9:08:57 AM

GWENDY45's SparkPage
How about showing honest pictures, with the actual amount that is under 100 calories!


1/9/2012 9:01:31 AM

MDEAKIN1's SparkPage
Yummy...now I want a snack ;)


1/9/2012 8:41:10 AM

I think "Filling and Fiber-Rich" is very interesting combination! Is it really 100 cal?


1/9/2012 7:49:49 AM

would be nice to see more whole (fruits, veggies) and less processed foods here (deli meat, lowfat whipped topping, ...)


1/9/2012 7:36:56 AM

I dont necessarily believe the nutritional value goes down to zero. Some nutritionist are even the best absorbed when the product is cooked and consumed


1/9/2012 6:10:45 AM

Unfortunately cooked/processed/de-natured food is not real food. Once you cook and process grains/rice fruits and vegetables the nutrional value goes to zero. I do not cook anything anymore.

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