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Slimming 100-200 Calorie Snack Ideas

AppleSauce_400Keep your appetite–and weight–in check with these healthy alternatives to the vending machine. From Think Eat Move Thrive.

Snacks Around 100 Calories
• 1 piece of string cheese
• 1 cup of grapes
• 1 cup of strawberries
• 1 large apple
• 10 baby carrots with ¼ cup hummus
• An orange and 5 or 6 almonds
• 10 cashew nuts
• 10 almonds
• 2 ounces of lean roast beef or turkey
• Half of a small avocado
• 1 hard-boiled egg and half of a sliced cucumber
• ¼ cup of cooked brown rice, with 1 fresh tomato and ½ ounce of hard cheese
• 4 mini rice cakes, with 2 tablespoons of lowfat cottage cheese
• 3 ounces of lowfat cottage cheese and 3 whole-wheat crackers
• ¼ cup fat-free ranch dressing, with mixed raw veggies
• 1 small baked potato, with ½ cup salsa and 2 tablespoons of fat-free sour cream
• ⅓ cup of unsweetened applesauce with 1 slice of whole-wheat toast, cut into strips for dunking
• One 5-ounce tossed salad with lettuce, tomato, cucumber, and ¼ cup fat-free dressing
• 10 ounces of coconut water
• ¾ cup of cooked edamame
• One 8-ounce nonfat, soy, or almond milk latte (no flavor syrups or sugar added)

Snacks Around 200 Calories

• 25 almonds
• ¾ cup of strawberries with ½ cup of nonfat cottage cheese
• 4 ounces of grilled chicken
• Turkey-and-cheese roll-ups (144 calories): Cut 1 part-skim mozzarella cheese stick in half lengthwise. Roll about 1 ounce of sliced roasted turkey breast around one half of the cheese stick and repeat with the remaining cheese stick and another 1-ounce slice of turkey to make a total of two roll-ups.
• 3 ounces of deli turkey slices with 1 ounce of lowfat Cheddar cheese
• 1 apple with 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon of peanut butter or almond butter
• 2 tablespoons of hummus with 2 rice cakes
• ½ cup slow-cooked oatmeal with ½ cup nonfat milk
• 2 ounces of Spence & Co. Wild Salmon Pinwheels (160 calories)
• 6 whole-grain or multi-seed gluten-free crackers with 2 teaspoons of nut butter or hummus
• 1 cup drinking coconut milk blended with 1 scoop sprouted brown rice protein powder plus ½ cup frozen berries.
• Half of a baked sweet potato (bonus when sprinkled with cinnamon)
• Half of a whole-wheat English muffin with 1 hard-boiled egg, sliced tomato, lettuce, and onion
• 1 small whole-wheat pita (4 inches in diameter) with ¼ cup of baba ghanoush
• 2 ounces of shrimp cocktail, with ¼ of an avocado and 1 tablespoon of cocktail sauce

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