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Healthy, Homemade Snacks Under 100 Calories

Save calories (and cash): Make your own snacks at home using healthy ingredients.

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Chunky Peach Pops

Why buy preservative-laced pops when it's this easy to make your own? Sub different fruits for all or part of the peach puree to make endless flavor combinations.

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Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites

These tiny sandwiches satisfy a sweets craving in seconds, without wrecking your diet.

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Watermelon Salsa

We love this sweet alternative to tomato salsa on top of baked tortilla chips.

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Quick Pickles

These way-better-than-store-bought pickles are ready in under an hour -- and will last in your fridge for up to 10 days.

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Strawberry Frozen Yogurt

This fat-free frozen treat contains a full serving of fruit and 100 percent of your daily recommended vitamin C.

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Ranch Dip & Crunchy Vegetables

We've slimmed down this classic ranch-style dip by using nonfat buttermilk and light mayonnaise for the creamy base.

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Polenta Biscotti

Need an afternoon pick-me-up? Munch on a couple of these crisp, golden slices alongside a cup of hot tea.

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Indoor S'Mores

No campfire required: This sweet treat feels decadent, but -- surprise! -- only clocks in at 98 calories.

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Crunchy Cereal Trail Mix

Crunchy, sweet, and salty, this simple trail mix combines all your favorite flavors in a convenient mix.

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Pickled Eggs

These tangy hard-boiled eggs make a satisfying protein-rich snack.

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Hawaiian Smoothie

Drink up: This tropical treat contains one-and-a-half servings of fruit, and only 81 calories.

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Feta & Herb Dip with Crudites

Serve this zingy white-bean-based dip with assorted veggies, such as baby carrots, bell pepper strips, radishes, snow peas, and broccoli and cauliflower florets.

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"Cocoa-Nut" Bananas

Cocoa powder and toasted coconut flakes give wholesome bananas an extra-special spin.

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Quick Applesauce

This speedy homemade applesauce is ready in just 15 minutes.

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Mini Greek Pizza Muffins

Feta cheese and olives give these pizza bites a Mediterranean twist.

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rmeloncon wrote:

Thanks for the tip karink23! That's really helpful. I keep dodging in articles as I'm cooking and cleaning - so it helps if I don't have to wait for a new page to load. Only have seconds! OOP! Gotta stir the stir-fry! :p

7/6/2010 11:01:38 AM Report Abuse
lolamac33 wrote:

You guys need to get real on this...are you that lazy that you need to have everything force fed to you... i'm suprised you even exercise!

4/14/2010 02:04:07 PM Report Abuse
karink23 wrote:

Why don't you complainers click on the "Print All Slides" option (just left of the "Share" buttons)? It will then show all images on one page (you don't have to print).

4/14/2010 12:09:13 PM Report Abuse
anonymous wrote:

thanks fitnessmagazine.com for all of the completely free helpful info you provide! oh no! i have to click again and again and again... sounds like your problem is pure laziness!

4/14/2010 11:28:30 AM Report Abuse
anonymous wrote:

quite the complaining! all of this info is FREE! don't like it, don't look! it's not like you're paying for something and they're not delivering! people complain way too much; too much negativity!!! how about thanks for all of the free exercises, recipes and info to help people learn and maintain healthy life habits!

4/14/2010 11:26:10 AM Report Abuse
anonymous wrote:

I'm confused about this pic, are you showing one serving or four???

3/19/2010 07:01:57 AM Report Abuse
postalpattie1 wrote:

I agree. The first page should list all of the recipes and then we can decide which recipes we would like to view. It makes me want to unsubscribe. It's so frustrating!!!

3/18/2010 11:08:38 PM Report Abuse
patparkave wrote:

WHY can't you make it so a person doesn't have to click to 15 pages to see "Healthy Homemade Snacks Under 100 Calories"??? You waste people's time having to keep clicking to one more, one more, one more page! Make your site something they call "User Friendly".

3/18/2010 08:49:56 PM Report Abuse

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