You’re more likely to reach for an unhealthy snack if you lose interest in the healthy options. Luckily, there are plenty of tasty and good-for-you snacks out there to choose from. Aim for a snack that has 60 to 180 calories, depending on your hunger level and what you had for lunch. Here are some suggestions you may not have thought of:

  • Amy’s Kitchen Tofu Scramble Pocket Sandwich (180 calories)
  • 1 cup cut veggies and dip made with 100 grams plain 2 percent Greek yogurt (higher in protein, lower in sugar) or just plain low fat yogurt mixed with 1/2 pack of Knorr soup mix (100 calories)
  • 1.5 tablespoon of all-natural peanut butter and 2 high-fiber crackers (180 calories)
  • 2 Laughing Cow or Bonne Bell Light Cheese rounds and 2 high-fiber crackers (150 calories)
  • 1/2 handful raw unsalted almonds and a piece of fruit (140 calories)
  • 1 packet of plain McCann’s oatmeal or Quaker low-sugar, flavored oatmeal (160 calories)
  • 1 Skippy Stick (140 calories)
  • Late July Cheddar Cheese Bite Size Crackers, 1.5-ounce bag (130 calories)
  • Glenny’s Soy Chips, 1.3 ounce bag (70 calories)
  • Luna Bar (180 calories), Kashi Crunchy Bar (140 to 170 calories), Glenny’s Light n’ Crispy Bar (60 calories), or Pria Bar (170 calories)
  • Crispy Delites Veggie Chips; the sweet potato, carrot and apple flavors are great (105 calories)
  • 1 Dannon Light ‘n Fit yogurt; freeze it for a refreshing, longer-lasting treat (90 calories)
  • Sugar-Free Jell-O Chocolate Pudding (60 calories)
  • Orville Redenbacher’s Smart Pop 94% Fat Free mini bag (110 calories)
  • Nabisco 100-Calorie Pack (either Oreos, Wheat Thins, or Cheese Nips)

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