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Snacks under... 50-100 calories?

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I know... I should probably stop the evening snacking after 8 pm, but I work late, and a lot of times I just get too hungry to resist the urge to grab something.

 I used to keep a pile of snacks on top of by cabinet, now I've moved all food out of my room. I've mostly been snacking on small fruits, or baby carrots, or just a cup of hot tea... and I got sugar-free jello sometimes.

 Are there any other low calorie snacks? Besides fruits/veggies/sugar-free jello?

 (maybe just anything besides apples, kiwis, grapes, oranges, celery sticks, peppers, and sugar-free jello....)


Please advise, and thanks! 

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Rice cakes - vary from 45-60 calories a piece

Babybel cheese wedge - 50 calories (I pair this with half a matzo [another 50 calories] for a total 100 calorie snack)

Sugar Free/Fat Free pudding made with Almond Breeze - counts either 60 or 80 calories per serving (1/4 box).

Vitamuffins - I make one batch every two weeks, 100 calories for a muffin

One Turkey Meatball (Trader Joe's) with a 35 calorie per slice piece of bread for a 90 calorie snack. Add in 1/8 cup of Trader Joe's Rustico sauce for only an additional 1.5 calories.

Cliff Z-Bar - for kids but oh so good for 120 (maybe 110) calories

One fun sized hershey bar - 60 calories

Special K Bites - 90 calories per pouch

No pudge brownies - 110 calories per piece (if made with non-fat yogurt)

Bananas - 1/2 a banana usually does it for me...50 calories. Pair this with the yogurt and you have a good and oh so delicious 110-130 calorie snack (again, can't remember the calories on the pudding).

That's all I got. If there's something in particular you are looking for, let me know...I'm pretty much the queen of 100 calorie 'meals' and snacks.

EDIT:  It's 80 cals on the pudding. :) 




I like Quaker plain brown rice cakes - 35 calories, spread with a tablespoon of fruit spread - 35 calories.

Jello pudding cups can be as low as 60 calories, or you can have the 100 calorie kind.  They satisfy chocolate cravings too.

A small container of yogurt - 60 to 80 calories!  Read the labels though. Some kinds are remarkably high in sugar calories.

A glass of skim milk - 80 calories, and it provides protein to keep you from feeling hungry

2 thin slices (1 oz) of deli turkey breast - about 45 calories.

Usually my last snack of the day ends up being dannon light n fit yogurt, Just 60 calories. Because it's kind of sweet, I guess it pretty much satisfies my sweet tooth. Or I also like to snack on dry healthy cereal like a serving of wheaties of a serving of fruity cheerios. They all get an "A" or "A-" grade.
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thanks a lot for all the suggestions. please keep them coming. i'm making a new grocery list...

Just wanted to say it's ok to eat before bed if it's in your calorie allowance, and not a 5 course meal :)

some of my end of the day snacks are:


tbsp of peanut butter

cottage cheese

rice cakes (I get the white cheddar flavour, was only 5cals more than plain :))

fruit like apple, banana, or clementines

salad, or veggies with dip (I just use low cal salad dressing)

mmm can't think of anything else wiithin that calorie range right now.

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my favorite under 100 cal snack/meals:

1 pc. extra sour rye bread (cut in 2), with 1 thin slice of ham, about 1/4 c. of alfalfa sprouts and a squirt of mustard - about 95 calories

satsumas - 25 calories each

peach celestial seasonings zingers to go with 8 oz water and juice of half a lemon, frozen and crushed in blender  - about 6 calories

sugar free jello black cherry - 10 calories

bin bin rice crackers (1 sachet/2 crackers) - 43 calories

chinese spinach & rice soup:  8oz chicken broth, 1/4 c. yu choy (chinese spinach) and 1/4 c. brown rice - 95 calories

1/2 c cornflakes & 1/4 c skim milk - 70 calories

sunsweet ones (dried prunes) - 25 calories each

2 c green salad (lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, sprouts), 1/2 T bacos, 2 T fat free ranch - about 65 calories

1/2 c baked sweet potato chunks - 90 calories

6 large shrimp (boiled or steamed) & 2 T cocktail sauce - about 70 calories

7-11 crystal light slurpee (small) - 80 calories

There are tons more that I've discovered since I like to eat every hour or so...By keeping them at about 100 calories, I end up eating about 12-14 times a day. :o)

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Oddly enough my grandmother just gave me a pull-out from the 2007 October issue of AARP (written by Mike Klesius...have to give credit where credit is due)  that is a guide to 50 calorie snacks because she knows how much I watch what I eat.  They are also categorized.  So, here they are:  Kiss



  1. 1 cup Manischewitz Matzo Ball & Soup Mix
  2. 1/2 of a large grapefruit
  3. 2.5 cups sugarfree flavored gelatin
  4. 12 baby carrots
  5. 3/4 cup serving of fruit smoothie (1 c nonfat sugar-free yogurt, 1 c strawberries, 1 banana, 3 c crushed ice)
  6. 10 dill pickle spears
  7. 1.25 c spinich, boiled and drained
  8. 3/4 cup gazpacho (no bread)
  9. 1 c chopped cantalope or watermelon

Surf 'n' Turf

  1. 1 think slice smoked salmon
  2. 1.5 pieces California roll
  3. 1/3 slim jim
  4. 1.5 strips bacon
  5. 2 thin slices turkey breast


  1. 1/2 Nature Valley Oats 'N Honey Granola Bar
  2. 1 Lightlife Smart Dogs Meatless Franks
  3. 1/2 cup vegetarian barley soup
  4. 2 pieces Turtle Island Tofurkey Jurky


  1. 1/2 wedge of honeydew melon w/thin slice honey ham
  2. 3 saltines each topped w/ two thin slices turkey pepperoni
  3. 3 Nabisco Original Wheat Thins topped w/ low-fat cream cheese and thin slice of pickle
  4. 10 medium strawberries w/ 1 tbsp Cool Whip topping
  5. 1/2 c diced watermelon mixed w/ 1 tbsp lowfat yogurt


  1. 1 fig bar
  2. 1 Charms Junior blow Pop
  3. 1 tbsp honey
  4. 2 hershey kisses
  5. 5 Brach's jelly beans
  6. 12 M&M's Chocolate Candies


  1. 5 potato chips
  2. 2 cups light microwave popcorn
  3. 4 lowfat Honey Maid Honey Grahams
  4. 11 dry roasted peanuts


  1. 6 oz. Dannon Light & Fit nonfat yogurt
  2. 1/2 low-fat ice cream sandwich
  3. 1 Breyers "Pure Fruit" Fruit & Cream Bar
  4. 1 Dove Ice Cream Miniature


  1. 15 seedless grapes
  2. 1.5 cups chopped cucumber w/ 3/4 tbsp olive oil, squirt of lemon juice and salt
  3. 2 medium tomatoes or 16 cherry tomatoes
  4. 4 pimiento-stuffed Queen olives
  5. 7 almonds
  6. 2 oz. red or white wine

Bottoms Up

  1. 1 cup V8 100% vegetable juice
  2. 1 cup light apple juice
  3. 1 cup coffee w/ 1 tbsp half-and-half and 1 tsp sugar
  4. 1 diet root beer float w/ 1/4 cup light vanilla ice cream
  5. unlimited iced tea
  6. 6 oz. Bud Light
  7. 2 oz. red or white wine

Thought that it might help!  Laughing

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thanks a LOT!!
my absolute fave is lite cheese sticks, they have only 10 calorie! if you eat them by peeling off the strings, you can make them last longer, which will make your mind feel fuller, atleast mine does!

I like to buy pumpernickle bread from a German deli, ( it comes in a long little loaf with slices about 2 inches square) 3 slices are 80 calories. I then make a little sandwich with a thin slice of extra lean ham folded in four to make it fit on the bread.  and  a wedge of laughing cow lite cream cheese  and a slice of dill pickle. All of it is less than 100 calories.   It's really tasty and filling and the fibre in the bread is very satisfying.  You can have a couple with a greeen salad for a very healthy low cal lunch.

bread -2 slices -52 calories

ham- 20 calories

laughing cow lite cream cheese- 20 calories

pickle -5 calories (or less)

1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese with 1/4 cup pumpkin, add splenda,cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice to preferent taste

1 container of Fage 0% greek yogurt with 1/2 cup frozen peaches ( definitely need to sweeten the yogurt)

slice apple and place in microwave for 1:15 minutes with cinnamon

put an assortment of sliced mushrooms, carrots, celery, tomatoes on a plate with a wedge of light laughing cow cheese

1 LTF tortilla with 3 slices of oscar mayer thin sliced deli meat, add mustard, lettuce, some tomato, onion, mushroom for little to no extra cals

make a small salad!
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