I keep home made hummus in the refrigerator, usually spinach edamame hummus as a quick snack. Sliced cucumber or zucchini make a healthy vehicle for the hummus. I also add it to wraps or pita bread sandwiches.
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Recently discovered this downloadable free eCookbook that contains 40 Healthy Snack recipes. Go to: http://www.favediets.com/Snacks/The-Ultimate-List-of-Healthy-Snacks-40-Healthy-Snack-Recipes-Free-eCookbook
Categories: Fun Healthy Kids Snacks, Healthy Snacks for Teenagers, Low Fat Low Calorie, Health Snacks for Diabetics, Low Sodium Snacks, Healthy Easy Party Snacks.
Most recipes are easy to make with items you can find in any grocery store. Many can be adpated to suit one's own likes and tastes.
Have whole grain crackers & low-fat cheese, hummus or cheese spread to save fat & calories. Add sliced apples or pears to make the snack more filling. String cheese is another great choice at about 70 calories.A hard boiled egg is low in calories but provides excellent quality protein,about 74 calories. Tuna comes in snack-sized cans.Try Nabisco's 100-calorie snack packs. A scoop of cottage cheese about 90 calories. Add chopped onion for a spead on a whole grain cracker or top with sliced fruit
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