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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

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Edy's Slow Churned Double Fudge Brownie Ice Cream

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, June 2008.

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caroline.levans wrote:

All that caramel is also bad for your teeth!

3/10/2013 07:37:40 AM Report Abuse
caroline.levans wrote:

Caramel apple...awful suggestion! Sugat, sugar, sugar!! Bad for your teeth also!

3/10/2013 07:36:07 AM Report Abuse
emilycmatt wrote:

IS there a recipe for this?

3/8/2012 02:08:29 PM Report Abuse
cyrn2002 wrote:

who can eat just one caramel apple? :/

9/27/2011 04:39:21 PM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

Look at the actual nutritional count of a piece of caramel... now compare those numbers to the treats you allow yourself (added with the apple they suggest)... those are OK numbers people :)

9/5/2011 08:17:04 AM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

For 1 piece (10.1 g) of caramel (average): 39 cal's, 0.8 g fat (0.3 g saturated, 0.4 g polyunsaturated, 0.2 g monounsaturated), 1 mg cholesterol, 25 mg sodium, 7.8 g carbohydrate (6.6 g sugar), and 0.5 g protein.

9/5/2011 08:16:30 AM Report Abuse
tashakoski wrote:

It's healthy to allow yourself leniency. Allowing yourself something like this is hardly being lenient, but certainly would make it feel like you are. It's a healthy twist on a bad for you treat, & a wonderful idea what with Halloween coming! (Just think: if you have kids, wouldn't they love this? & wouldn't it be so much better than a small chocolate bar?... & no, making their diets completely rigid isn't healthy either, & certainly isn't going to teach them how to be moderate & practical).

9/5/2011 08:15:24 AM Report Abuse
soontobepastery wrote:

I eat original pretzel/crakers with cunky cinnamon applesauce

8/15/2011 12:47:38 AM Report Abuse
maggi531 wrote:

Bad choice for a snack...Too much processed sugar...

4/18/2011 12:39:08 PM Report Abuse
mrusch11 wrote:

People, its a snack you eat once in a while not every day. The key is moderation...not deprivation.

1/22/2011 01:20:14 PM Report Abuse
pushbuttonkitty wrote:

you know, the amount of caramel covering that apple is about the same as in one small square of caramel candy. better to eat it on an apple than to eat half a bag of caramels!

5/30/2010 10:37:55 AM Report Abuse
jjacreman1 wrote:

Yes the caramel can be high-sugar but people now and again need a treat and I would rather a caramel apple--which by the way, there is only a thin layer of caramel and the rest is apple, high fiber and water contents--than say, oh, I don't know...a triple cheeseburger and an oreo shake with a huge serving of fries. You guys might be super-fit and able to deny yourselves things, but not all of us are. Some of us are just starting out, so give us a little slack.

5/21/2010 09:50:51 AM Report Abuse
girl wrote:

Hello CARMEL fattening !It has so much sugar and remember that it will go straight to your Tummy!

5/11/2010 08:22:52 PM Report Abuse
milkyway0416 wrote:

This is foolishness. Don't be telling people that a caramel apple is a 'healthy' snack. Be responsible...people who do not have a strong sense trust your advice and this advice isn't good.

3/21/2010 08:49:10 AM Report Abuse
jessica.gonzalez2251 wrote:

Caramel? Inform yourself. Low cal doesn't mean low sugar or low fat.

11/27/2009 10:49:31 PM Report Abuse

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