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Ultimate Low-Calorie Snack Guide: Satisfy Your Hunger for 50, 100, 150, or 200 Calories

Here’s the deal, it’s OK to snack! In fact, having small snacks between meals is even encouraged. Why? Well, you stave off those blinding rage hunger pangs that send you in to that cataclysmic space where you will eat anything. All of the donuts! All of the potato chips! All of whatever you left behind in the fridge at work! All of it right now!

But when you have a small snack, made of quality ingredients or that is nutritionally dense, you’ll actually feel satisfied. You’ll give your body more of what it needs. And to boot, when lunch or dinner actually rolls around, your eyes won’t be bigger than your stomach and you’ll eat a reasonable amount of food.

See, snacks have a purpose that’s far more valuable than giving your hand and mouth something to do while you binge watch Netflix on a Wednesday night. We’ve got 24 snacks that are actually good for you, that will keep you satisfied, and don’t have more than 200 calories.


Have a measly 7 Cheetos at 46 calories, or any one of these more satisfying snacks for around 50.

1 clementine – 35

1 cup Angie’s Boomchickapop – 35

12 pistachios – 48

1 Tbsp. hummus + 4 baby carrots – 49

Laughing Cow Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil with 1 cup cucumber slices – 50

4 oz. natural applesauce cup – 54


You can have about 2/3 of one Twinkie for 90 calories, or fill up on one of these snacks.

1 large hard boiled egg – 78

1 small apple – 80

1 oz. seedless raisins – 85

2 cups watermelon – 91 calories

1 tbsp. peanut butter + 2 medium celery stalks – 100

2 Applegate Chicken & Apple Breakfast Sausages – 107


You can have about 4.5 bites of Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream for 143 calories, or fill up on a more lasting treat.

1/2 cup So Delicious Dairy-Free Chocolate Frozen Almond Milk Dessert  – 120

Kashi Lemon Berry Chia Bar – 130

1.75 cups Angie’s Salted Caramel Kettle Corn – 140

6 oz. strawberry Greek yogurt – 140

1 cup low-fat chocolate milk – 158

1/2 cup salted edamame – 160


You can have a small french fry for 178 calories, or you can fill up on these healthier snacks.

12 Beanitos black bean w/ sea salt chips + tomatillo and pineapple salsa – 165

14 Annie’s Honey Bunny Grahams + 1 Tbsp. almond butter – 170

PBJ Quinoa Donut – 170

1 cup of 1% cottage cheese + 1/2 cup fresh peach slices – 193

100 calorie Wholly Guacamole + 12 Garden of Eatin’ blue corn tortilla chips – 198

Dark Chocolate & Sea Salt KIND Bar – 200

Also Read:

11 Must-Eat Pumpkin Recipes

10 Breakfast Foods with as Much Sugar as a Candy Bar

The Anatomy of an Unhealthy Snack

October 20th, 2013

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