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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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1 medium apple, sliced, with 1 tablespoon peanut butter
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ptgirl100 wrote:

In the picture, that 1 slice is covered with about 1 Tbsp, so the rest of the apple will be eaten as is. I love apples, so that's not a bad thing, but the picture is deceiving.

8/12/2013 07:49:18 AM Report Abuse
sonia910240 wrote:

Yes, give us the calorie, that is the bottom line.

7/25/2013 01:13:51 PM Report Abuse
joaniesd0827 wrote:

Apples, strawberries, etc. are on the "only buy organic list" this year so they are not healthy unless they are organic. (GMO's, pesticides, etc.)

3/7/2013 09:58:08 AM Report Abuse
debbie.davis-scharoun wrote:

this is a favorite combo for me. something about sweet and salty together.

10/4/2012 02:16:24 PM Report Abuse
georgiapeach345 wrote:

I use Better N Peanut Butter also and I love the taste. And it also comes in chocolate. YUM, YUM,

5/2/2010 12:04:43 PM Report Abuse
miss*lean*cristine wrote:

Super yummy with Almond Butter as well.

4/19/2010 10:59:18 PM Report Abuse
anonymous wrote:

I use better'n peanut butter which I get at Target its 85% fat free and 40% fewer calories it does contain soy but its good

4/13/2010 08:32:37 AM Report Abuse
valloti2 wrote:

To Steph_Rowland-my p.b. is 80 cals. for 1 tbs. you should change p.b. to lower the cals.

1/25/2010 11:56:16 AM Report Abuse
steph_rowland wrote:

How is this possible? 1 Tbs of my low fat peanut butter is 95 calories. A 5 oz (small) apple is 75. That totals 170 calories.

1/12/2010 09:06:23 AM Report Abuse
rana.riad wrote:

it says on the first slide that all the snacks are around 150 calories (:

11/28/2009 10:54:05 AM Report Abuse
anonymous wrote:

It would be great if you would put the nutritional value on things. What is the low calorie magic number?

11/27/2009 12:49:05 PM Report Abuse

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