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Old 01-26-2009, 12:22 PM   #1
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Default What is your favorite healthy snack?

Looking to add some to my list so I don't get board.
Of course fruits and veggies are great.
I just bought some mini-delights by Quaker.
They are ultra thin rice cookies with a smidge of extra flavor (we bought White Chocolate, Chocolate Drizzle and Cinnamon) All these flavors are wonderful. Individual packages are 90 calories. I bought them at Walmart.

What have you found?

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Old 01-26-2009, 12:31 PM   #2
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Cheese! string cheese or white cow cheese. Peanut butter and celery
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Old 01-26-2009, 12:33 PM   #3
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I've found a new love for prunes!
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yogurt...or sugar free pudding
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Sensible foods dried fruit and fruit smooshers in the organic section
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Old 01-26-2009, 12:45 PM   #6
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It's not the most convenient BUT I really enjoy a simple little salad as a snack. Spinach, tomatoes, broccoli, a smidge of dressing and some lean protein. You can have a nice little snack that way around 100 calories. Sometimes I'll get fancy and wrap it up in a tortilla, YUMMO.

I don't typically eat traditional big sit down meals. I just eat all day, lol. I'll also do tortilla wraps with roasted chicken (110 cals), pouches of tuna (90 cals), a little serving of cottage cheese with veggies (80 cals), nuts (180 cals), a TBS of almond butter (90 cals) and so on.

I don't eat much convenience food, I get a better bang for my calorie buck by making my own snackys.
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I am loving cherry flavored prunes right now.
(abomination, i know) hehe


yogurt, I LOVE cottage cheese and the new cracked pepper and olive oil triscuit crackers. that is a definate fave. Sometimes, if I have extra cals left over I will have two servings of those and make it a meal.

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Laughing cow cheese (french onion ) with some simply naked pita chips.

string cheese, olives, hb eggs, yogurt, cottage cheese w/fruit, tuna,

I can take a single serve sugar free jello pudding pack, make it and add fresh fruit for 100 cals. The pudding only has 70, even w/ skim milk to mix it.

I also eat veggies. Last night I had a 3.5 serviings of canned mixed veggies w/ a can of mushrooms as my mini meal.

Oh yeah..forgot NUTS! I love almonds and sunflower seeds. Just gotta watch portions.
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Old 01-26-2009, 12:53 PM   #9
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I love sugar free pudding and also a new love to rice cakes! Yummy!
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Edamane nuts! (if that is spelled right) or soy nuts rinsed though. low cal deli meat(1 serving though) for me would be 6 pieces. ^_^
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Old 01-26-2009, 01:03 PM   #11
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Many of my snacks are more like mini- meals. Those 100 calorie packs are not for me. They're over with in a second and leave me clamoring for me 100 calorie packs. Same thing with the rice cakes. It's pure air food to me. I need to get some nutrition and FILLING power from my snacks. Keeps me going and on plan.

Some of my favs:

-egg white omlette with sauteed veggies
-FF/SF yogurt with Fiber One Cereal
-HUGE salad with 3 oz of tuna
-Turnip fries
-veggie platter with salsa
-roasted zucchini and tomatoes
-cucumber, tomato, onion salad
-cucumber salad
-raw string beans
-sliced apple dipped in 1 tsp peanut butter or sprinkled with cinnamon
-grapefruit
-baked apple
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Old 01-26-2009, 01:12 PM   #12
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Plain fat free yogurt with blueberries and strawberries and a little sweetener is my favorite snack.
On an extra hungry day I like to saute some vegetables, zucchini, yellow squash, mushrooms, tomatoes with garlic and italian seasonings.
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I love....

vanilla yogurt and fruit
dry cereal
slim a bear crunchy klondike bar thingy's- i have such a weakness for these
popcorn
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Old 01-26-2009, 02:19 PM   #14
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Thanks, lots of great ideas here:

-- pineapple, oranges, bananas, strawberries, apples, pears
-- blueberries and raspberries in sf-lf yogurt
-- cherry yogurt and sf-lf Source yogurt
-- baked apples with cinnamon
-- apple chunks in yogurt (very filling)
-- rice cakes plain or with a bit of peanut butter
-- sunflower seeds or almonds occasionally
-- baby dills (3 for 5 calories)
-- cucumber slices sprinkled with vinegar
-- salad with tuna or salmon
-- bran or fiber cereal (small bowl with skim milk)
-- turkey pepperettes (50 calories each)
-- cheddar cheese or Kraft slices
-- w/w crackers with cheese or pb
-- omelette with ketchup
-- hard-boiled egg
-- one small homemade lowfat bran muffin with tea
-- popsicles (90 cals and less)
-- polar ice cream bar (100 calories)
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Old 01-26-2009, 03:21 PM   #15
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- cashews
- balance or Zone bar
- greek yogurt with some canned pumpkin stirred in, topped with cranberry sauce
- latte and clementines
- pear and cheese
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