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30 Low Calorie Snacks

Satisfy your cravings between meals with these healthy, low-calorie snacks from our You Can Do It! diet plans. Pick two treats each day (each snack is 150 calories or less).

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Hummus with Pita and Peas

3 tablespoons hummus; 1/2 whole-grain pita, cut into pieces; and 1/2 cup pea pods

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Strawberries with Chocolate Sauce

1 cup strawberries drizzled with 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup

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Apple and Peanut Butter

1 medium apple, sliced, with 1 tablespoon peanut butter

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Pumpernickel with Swiss Cheese

3 slices mini pumpernickel with 1 slice Swiss cheese

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Oatmeal and Berries

1 packet low-sugar oatmeal topped with a handful of berries

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Spiced Maple Yogurt

Spiced maple yogurt: 6 ounces plain yogurt, 1 tablespoon maple syrup, and a dash of cinnamon

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Green Tea with Cookie

Unsweetened green tea with 1 oatmeal dark-chocolate cookie, such as TLC by Kashi

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Beer and Nuts

12-ounce light beer and 12 pistachios

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Chocolate Pudding

1 chocolate pudding cup with 1 graham-cracker square crushed and sprinkled on top

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Cafe Mocha

12-ounce nonfat cafe mocha (no whipped cream)

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Tomato Juice and Cheese

8-ounce V8 juice with 1 piece of string cheese

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Chips and Dip

2 tablespoons low-fat spicy bean dip and 18 baked tortilla chips

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Crackers with Honey Soy-Nut Butter

4 whole-grain crackers with 1 tablespoon honey soy-nut butter

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Oranges with Walnuts

4-ounce mandarin-orange cup topped with 2 tablespoons chopped walnuts

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Chocolate-Covered Soy Nuts

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 140 calories, 5g protein, 15g carbohydrate, 8g fat (4g saturated), 1g fiber

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Apple and Cheese

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 150 calories, 1g protein, 15g carbohydrate, 8g fat (5g saturated), 3g fiber

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Chips and Guacamole

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 152 calories, 3g protein, 17g carbohydrate, 9g fat (1g saturated), 4g fiber

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Strawberries and Cream

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 153 calories, 3g protein, 28g carbohydrate, 5g fat (3g saturated), 7g fiber

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Pudding with Cherries

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 141 calories, 3g protein, 34g carbohydrate, 0g fat (0g saturated), 1g fiber

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Coffee and Cookies

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 134 calories, 2g protein, 28g carbohydrate, 2g fat (0g saturated), 2g fiber

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Red Grapes and Almonds

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 148 calories, 4g protein, 18g carbohydrate, 8g fat (0g saturated), 2g fiber

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Lemon Sorbet with Raspberries

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 140 calories, 2g protein, 34g carbohydrate, 1g fat (0g saturated), 6g fiber

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Cereal and Yogurt

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 147 calories, 13g protein, 28g carbohydrate, 1g fat (0.3g saturated), 5g fiber

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Root Beer Float

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 125 calories, 4g protein, 20g carbohydrate, 4g fat (2g saturated), 0.23g fiber

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Healthy Cocktail

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 136 calories, 0.19g protein, 10g carbohydrate, 0g fat (0g saturated), 0.05g fiber

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Cheese and Crackers

Nutrition Facts Per Serving: 148 calories, 9g protein, 18g carbohydrate, 5g fat (1g saturated), 3g fiber

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Edy's Slow Churned Double Fudge Brownie Ice Cream

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, June 2008.

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diza11 wrote:

Where are the calorie and carb amounts?? Walden Farms Chocolate is awesome. Can buy on their site or for less money on netrition dot com. Excellant diet food site.

8/27/2013 12:54:16 PM Report Abuse
mmorris2313 wrote:

well isnt chocolate unhealthy?

1/25/2013 07:39:36 AM Report Abuse
dalee527 wrote:

what's the calorie count.????

11/5/2011 03:19:46 PM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

That means, only 1/3 of chocolate can be considered "bad" for you... which, unless you live a completely natural and perfectly balanced lifestyle, is pretty good (it's not like you're going to be eating it all of the time!)

9/5/2011 08:00:36 AM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

Regarding the naturally occurring fats in chocolate: 1. Oleic Acid is a healthy monounsaturated fat that is also found in olive oil; 2. Stearic Acid is a saturated fat but one which research is shows has a neutral effect on cholesterol; and 3. Palmitic Acid is also a saturated fat, one which raises cholesterol and heart disease risk. * Please do your research before making comments.

9/5/2011 07:57:45 AM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

Health benefits of chocolate: 1. Antioxidants protect from aging caused by free radicals (dark chocolate contains x8 more than strawberries); 2. Flavonoids help relax blood pressure via production of nitric oxide, & balance certain hormones; 3. Stimulates endorphin production, inducing pleasure; 4. Contains serotonin (acts as an anti-depressant); & 5. Contains theobromine, caffeine & other healthy stimulants (which is a great for people who exercise, & also helpful in increasing brain activity).

9/5/2011 07:56:58 AM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

"Louisabsullivan" I think YOU might need to reassess YOUR list.

9/5/2011 07:56:27 AM Report Abuse
gmajudypoole wrote:

How many calories??

7/9/2011 04:37:55 AM Report Abuse
neonbaby1422 wrote:

This is what i alway's eat when i get hungry inbetween meal's. it can be healthy if you use non-fat chocolate, trust me it's DELICIOUS..

5/21/2011 03:54:40 PM Report Abuse
reneedubo wrote:

It may not be as healthy but I heat a little chocolate cake icing up in the microwave and drizzle it over our strawberries to cut the chocolate taste down a bit.

5/17/2011 01:58:11 PM Report Abuse
twogreenpenguins wrote:

I've tried this and it's awesome! A little cool whip on tip makes it though

4/2/2011 12:19:38 PM Report Abuse
hsgh5926 wrote:

trust me on this one. take hersheys special dark cocoa powder, add a splash of pineapple juice or milk, or what have you-anything as long as it is a vehicle, until it makes a syrup-y sauce, and you are good to go!

1/19/2010 05:48:55 PM Report Abuse
louisabsullivan wrote:

Chocolate sauce does not fit under the "healthy" headline-- no matter how few calories it has. Fitness, I think you need to reassess this list.

1/18/2010 12:01:29 PM Report Abuse
hartzellcreations wrote:

try walden farms calorie free chocolate dip or syrup to make it even lower

1/11/2010 11:53:04 AM Report Abuse

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