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Favorite low calorie snacks?

I recently discovered how much I love Jell-O's fat free sugar free chocolate pudding ! It's perfect for my chocolate cravings and has only 35 calories per serving!

What are some of your favorite low calorie snacks?

Thu. Jul 20, 12:35pm

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I love the Edy's pure fruit bars...the no sugar added ones are AWESOME and they only have 30 calories and 8 carbs.

Thursday, July 20, 2006, 12:40 PM

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Here's a link to Edy's


Thursday, July 20, 2006, 12:41 PM

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oh those look delcious!!! i am definitly going to pick some up! i was just thinking last night about how much i love popsicles but couldn't bring myself to eating the ones we had at home in the fridge because the insane amount of calories, carbs, and sugars. thanks for the suggestion!

Thursday, July 20, 2006, 1:10 PM

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The sugar free popsicles are INCREDIBLE! Only 15 cals each, sweet and flavorful, and they take a long time to eat. I can usually find the tropical flavor sf popsicles at our super Walmart. They're the best!

Thursday, July 20, 2006, 1:48 PM

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papadum are lentil wafers eaten with indian cuisine. they can be flavored with all kinds of other spices, too-my favorite is the cracked black pepper. you need only grill each papadum for a few seconds on each side, turning quickly, for about a total of 2 minutes. they are very flavorful and spice up all kinds of cuisine, not just indian.

Thursday, July 20, 2006, 4:19 PM

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Air-popped popcorn. It's the best! I have a microwave popcorn popper, so I can make it at work. Delish. All it needs is a sprinkling of salt. One point!

I also like soy crisps, from Glenny's. A whole bag for 2 points, and loads of protein in it too.

And fruit!

Thursday, July 20, 2006, 4:45 PM

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WW ice cream cones, there is a BIG chunk of chocolate in the bottom of the cone..They are 2 points each and are delicious!!!!!!

Friday, July 21, 2006, 4:44 AM

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Tofutti fudgesicles... I think they have 30 or 40 calories.

Frozen fruit of any kind (peaches have 50 calories/serving, mangos 90, cherries 110, about 3 servings in a bag)

Icebreakers sours (0 calories)

Marshmallow fluff (60 calories in 2 TBSP)

Friday, July 21, 2006, 9:37 AM

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Microwave Popcorn -- I like the Orville Reddenbacher Movie Theatre Butter -- it's very filling and very low on calories -- helps fighting off cravings and binges! A mini bag is only 40 calories and a full bag is only 100 calories!

Friday, July 21, 2006, 9:40 AM

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We bought those freezer-ice popcicles - the long ones that are different colors, and you push them up through the plastic wrap to eat, like when you were a little kid. They're only 25 cals each, and they feel like such a fun treat!

Friday, July 21, 2006, 10:55 AM

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have to count

If you're looking for something you don't have to count, that's going to depend on how much of it you eat. Raw vegetables, like celery, cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower and radishes are about the lowest. Carrots are a little higher, but it would be hard to eat too many of them.

I suggest you make yourself a "munchy bag". I have one in the refrigerator at all times. It contains celery and carrot sticks, 000-206 braindumps
radishes, and any other raw vegetables I have. If I feel munchy I grab a few. I do, however count these. I weigh them out as I prepare them and log the entire amount as a snack. JN0-531 braindumps That way I don't have to be counting and weighing all day long. My munchies for the day are raw zucchini, green beans, and carrots.

The usual, default serving size when you search for a vegetable, JN0-522 braindumps is one cup, and it usually states how the vegetable is cut up (strips, cubes, etc) I weigh mine.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009, 4:58 AM

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Whatever fruit is in season.

Right now, I'm chowing down on the local late season peaches, early mountain apples, cantaloupe, fresh black mission figs, and the last of the cherries.

Later in the fall it'll be lovely juicy persimmons and clementines, oh my!

All low cal, sweet like candy, and oh so good for you.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009, 8:49 AM

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