Thursday, July 26, 2012

12 Snacks Ideas For Any Craving!

Spiced Maple Yogurt
6 oz plain nonfat yogurt (try greek)
1 Tbsp sugar free maple syrup
Dash Cinnamon


Yogurt Parfait
6 oz vanilla greek yogurt
1/2 cup high fiber cereal
1/2 cup blueberries
(Layer to make a parfait)

Apple and Cheese
1 small apple Sliced
2 Swiss Laughing Cow cheese wedges 
(spread on apple slices)













Cottage Cheese and Cherries
1/2 cup cottage cheese
10 sliced cherries

Avocado and Tomato Toast
1 slice light whole wheat toast
1/4 avocado sliced thin
1/2 tomato sliced thin
(Top Toast with avocado and tomato slices)

Zinger Cucumbers
1/2 cucumber sliced thin
Vinegar drizzled over top
Mrs. Dash Garlic Herb seasoning on top

Chocolate Fix
100 calorie pack cocoa roasted almonds
2 Tbsp mini chocolate chips












Tomato Juice and Cheese
8 oz tomato V-8 Juice
1 piece low-fat string cheese

Chips and Dip
2 Tbsp Low fat spicy bean dip +2 Tbsp Salsa
12-14 Whole grain tortilla chips

Hummus and Peppers
1 Red Bell Pepper sliced
2 Tbsp Roasted Garlic Hummus (tribe)
(Dip peppers in Hummus)










PB and J Roll Up
1 50 calorie light Tortilla
1 Tbsp Peanut butter
1 Tbsp no sugar added Jam
(Spread PB and Jam on tortilla, roll up, enjoy!)

Dessert
1/2 cup Frozen Greek Yogurt
1 Cup sliced Strawberries
2 Tbsp light whipped topping
Drizzle of chocolate syrup
(Top frozen yogurt with strawberries, whipping topping and syrup)

What is your favorite snack?  Share your ideas in the comment section below!


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5 comments:

  1. I love the cocoa roasted almonds!!!!

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  2. I love spreading low fat cream cheese onto celery, fibre and a bit of protein :)

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    1. That is yummy! And much lower in calories than doing Peanut butter :) Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Italian Ice - home made from fresh fruit and scraped out of the freezer container with a fork . . . then melted slowly in my mouth.

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