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Choosing whole-grain crackers is the key to this classic snack. The fiber will keep you feeling full between meals, and the cheese provides protein and calcium. To stay under 100 calories, cut up. Healthy Snacks Under 100 Calories 10 Delicious Low Calorie Snacks Low calorie, healthy snack ideas are a great way to use your munchies to your advantage when you’re trying to drop.

Pairing low-calorie, fiber-rich veggies like broccoli, radishes, celery, or bell peppers with protein-rich hummus makes a satisfying snack that is sure to keep you feeling full. My top 10 snacks – all under 100 calories My top 10 healthy and delicious snacks below are easy on the wallet and take minimal time to prepare. So easy, I often get my boys. Looking for 100 calorie snack recipes? Allrecipes has more than 80 trusted recipes for 100 calories snacks complete with ratings, reviews and cooking tips.

One of your 5-a-day and a option for your delicious 100 calorie snacks. A Small Baked Potato 100 calories – Jacket potatoes are filling low calorie foods if you choose the right toppings. Try with two teaspoons of fat-free sour cream and/or half cup of salsa for less than 100 calories.

With processed snacks available everywhere you look, a quick between-meal nibble can turn into a calorie bomb. These flavor-packed healthy snacks are all under 100 calories. Sweet snacks.

Whether you want to snack on baby carrots before lunch time, or want to keep a low calorie count at dinner time, these 100-calorie snacks (per 100 grams, according to. 1 shoestring french fry. 1 Snyder’s of Hanover pretzel nibbler. Candy & Dessert Food 10 Calorie Snacks (Consume in Moderation!) 4 & 1/2 mini marshmallows.

1 entire container of Jell-O sugar-free gelatin snack. Celery is one of the most well-known, low-calorie foods. Its long, green stalks contain insoluble fiber that may go undigested through your body, thus contributing no calories.


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Some healthy, low-fat, easily packable snacks include raisins, trail mix, nuts, energy bars (check for the low-fat, low-calorie variety), apples, bananas, and many other fruits.

“Harley-Davidson Motorcycles” by Bill Stermer
from Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
by Bill Stermer
MotorBooks International, 2002

Plain, unbuttered, unsweetened snacks like popcorn, pretzels, and soda crackers contain around 115 Calories (kcal) per ounce (28 g), while the richer items like chocolate candy, potato chips, and puffed corn snacks contain over 150 Calories (kcal) per ounce, which is close to that for the various types of nuts.

“Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set” by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
from Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set
by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
Taylor & Francis, 1993

• Try these snacks ideas: unsalted pretzels or nuts mixed with raisins; graham crackers; low-fat, fat-free, or frozen yogurt; popcorn with no salt or butter added; and raw vegetables.

“Nutritional Foundations and Clinical Applications E-Book: A Nursing Approach” by Michele Grodner, Sylvia Escott-Stump, Suzanne Dorner
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Healthy snacks can also taste great—try an apple or celery sticks with peanut butter, low-fat cheese with whole-grain crackers, raisins, whole-grain toast with low-sugar jam, or a bowl of whole-grain cereal.

“Healing the Addicted Brain: The Revolutionary, Science-Based Alcoholism and Addiction Recovery Program” by Harold Urschel
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by Harold Urschel
Sourcebooks, 2009

• Try these snacks ideas: unsalted pretzels or nuts mixed with raisins, graham crackers, low-fat and fat-free yogurt and frozen yogurt, popcorn with no salt or butter added, and raw vegetables.

“Williams' Essentials of Nutrition and Diet Therapy E-Book” by Eleanor Schlenker, Joyce Ann Gilbert
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by Eleanor Schlenker, Joyce Ann Gilbert
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Here are some healthy grab­and­go snack ideas that take either no or little time to prepare: 8­ounce lowfat yogurt, fruity or plain 1 ounce of nuts with a piece of fruit (such as an apple or orange)

“The Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies” by Meri Raffetto, RD, LDN
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by Meri Raffetto, RD, LDN
John Wiley & Sons, 2010

‘’ Popcorn: Air-popped popcorn is a fun, low-calorie snack.

“Parrots For Dummies” by Nikki Moustaki
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Crunchy granola bars are good choices because they are packable, have an extremely long shelf life, and are satisfying.

“The Serotonin Power Diet: Eat Carbs-Nature's Own Appetite Suppressant-to Stop Emotional Overeating and Halt Antidepressant-Associated Weight Gain” by Judith Wurtman, Nina T. Frusztajer
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Rodale Books, 2009

These are some of my favorite make-ahead snacks, little proteinor veggie-packed bites to get methrough to the next meal without breaking the calorie bank.

“The Doctor's Diet Cookbook: Tasty Meals for a Lifetime of Vibrant Health and Weight Loss Maintenance” by Travis Stork, Leda Scheintaub
from The Doctor’s Diet Cookbook: Tasty Meals for a Lifetime of Vibrant Health and Weight Loss Maintenance
by Travis Stork, Leda Scheintaub
Bird Street Books, 2014

• Serve low-calorie, low-glycemic, nutritious snacks, such as fresh fruit and vegetables, air-popped popcorn, pretzels, low-fat yogurt, frozen fruit juice bars, skim milk, and low-sugar cereals.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

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  • Plz give us more clear soup ideas for late night I always crave for something savory and end up eating rameyen I will try this soup next time

  • My mom can make healthy banana ice-cream, just put chipped bananas into the freezer and blend it, there should be a cream, then just eat it��

  • Okay, you’re short like me. I want to be 5’4″ 132-35. I’ve been a bad girl consuming too much sugar at night, soda, bread and ice cream. I have to get rid of about 4 or 5 pounds. Oh!!!!

  • Very practical, good information and straight to the point than rest of the fitness instructor who talk so many useless stuff about their day, their makeups blah blah


  • I’m not drinking water then going to wait 20 mins to know if I’m hungry or not, I know when my stomach is growling…lol And it usually is at night ��

  • You should not snack at night. It was a game changer for me. I also do internment fasting. I lost 22lbs in 3 months without exercise. I just do my usual walking.

  • This was great! Thank you for sharing!!
    I absolutely love cheesecake so I tried the mini lemon cheesecakes and my family loved it! So yum!! ��

  • this is not a `healthy“ snack but its REAAALLLYYYYY good!! some sort of White bread, toast for example, ham, salad and the finishing tutch!! pepper creamcheese! this is sooooooo good! and if you dont have that, toast with ham and salad is also really good! i love that! and im only 11:3

  • Honestly I would just starve and go to bed when I’m hungry late at night but i have a very fast metabolism and I work very hard to keep it that way so I need to eat when I’m hungry rather than waiting till me next meal…so thank you for this video

  • I need them Hot Cheetos late night snack…. sorry I would never do this. I’m super skinny and I would never wanna eat like this lol sorry.

  • “Quarantine has forced me to get out and have a little fun time outside” I think you don’t really get the meaning of Quarantine, anyway great content ; )

  • My chinese take away consists of orange chicken though �� I never buy the soup since I’m Mexican and there will always be broth somewhere

  • For any UK followers I have some under 100 cal cheap snacks for you.
    -Tesco free from caramel rice cakes
    41 calories per cake

    -Tesco breadsticks
    20 calories per breadsticks

    -Skinny Whip/crunch bars (crunch bars are lower in calories)
    75-96 calories
    £1 X5 bars

    -Hartley’s Jelly
    10 calories per pot (for the 175g pots)
    £0.75 each or £4 for 6

    Proper corn
    -42-63 calories per 10g pack
    £1 for a 6 pack

    This is not everything but here are just a few examples or cheap low cal/low fat snacks ��

  • As your container is smaller, it’ll be more filled than if you used a bigger one and therefore will take longer to bake. I suggest baking it for another 4 to 5 minutes for perfect texture ��

  • “The Art of Snacking” that was good advice, not taking big bites and making it last. It’s pretty simple and obvious but something that I defiantly need to be more mindful of with snacks. Everything in moderation as the old saying goes.

  • I have never snacking through the night.Even when i was young and out in nightclubs, i dont eat.I you working through the night, and have a very hard work there you use your body, you can eat.

  • Could you possibly give us your take on artificial sweeteners/pre packaged food. The snacks in this video are indeed low in calories but not necessarily healthy for digestion/body. Just curious on your opinion.

  • Enjoyed watching this. Good, fun video and lots of tips. Love the peanut butter or abs thing that you said. As in a surplus of calories and “excess fat” will for sure lead to fat gain. You need to get the balance right between protein, fats and carbs don’t you. And great to give people lots of ideas for snacks under 110 calories. Carlos

  • I totally agree…snacking is the challenge, healthy meals easy…getting into the gym working out easy…snackin’ healthy is hard

  • Steve’s usual repertoire of recommendations are detailing sharp suits or Lamborghini rentals. In these CORVID times, we have snacks at home. Good times, the content with simplicity. Enjoy it while it lasts, folks. ��
    Nom-ing with Steve (lunch hour) was pretty great.

  • I think that person meant to say that your viewers know that she is your girlfriend. So, basically calling her by her name is good enough. In any case, do you, I’ll continue watching. ��

  • Thanks for uploading useful videos..I am switching to this snacks…your workout video also helps me to reduce my weight.. thanks I have reduced 6kgs as of now….

  • You could also make your own popcorn on the stove, instant pot, or popcorn maker for the microwave ((that’s what I have)) and then dress it by measuring out butter or olive oil and salt it up!! But the point is you can dress it how you want to! �� I like to snack on fruit and almonds!

  • They also sell the sugar free jello in individual packs so you don’t have to wait 4 hours for it to be ready, I bring them to my lunch at work almost every day!

  • What can we do for egg replacement in this recipe? I want to make it for a friend but has severe allergic reactions to eggs..also would it change the consistency of the brownie?

  • Love your videos!! I’m going to try the rice cake with the PB powder sounds good. My husband and I eat rice cakes with grass fed butter. the Australia licorice looks really good!!

  • Outer banks, Ozark, Bloodline, You, are all good quarantine Netflix series to watch while eating your recommended 100 cal snacks��

  • I was devo that you cannot get the red soft Darrell lea licorice anymore down in Aus can’t believe it and now I see that they have sugar free stuff for USA and UK unbelievable!!!!! Morgan please bring back a suitcase full.

  • Shiratakki noodles, protein fluff: ice, whey, water, sweetner in blender then move to stand mixer and add xanthan gum
    Sugarfree gum, jello 94% fat free popcorn, sugarfree popsicles
    Beef jerky, egg beaters, diet soda
    Veggies, strawberried
    Egg beaters mixed with whey to make pancakes
    Puffed rice or wheat cereal
    Josephs lavash wraps, 35 calorie bread

  • I’m here because I love to bake shit but no one eats my creations in my house because they like to eat healthy and I get really sad when I’m the only one eating my creations so I thought I would make some for my dad when he comes back from the gym.

  • I’ve made these twice now. They actually taste like normal brownies if you add the chocolate chips, which also make them nice and melty, so do add them. Cook for 13 minutes for really gooey brownies and 15 minutes for firmer ones. It blows my mind just how low-calorie they are. This has absolutely become one of my top favorite recipes ever!

  • I made them but without the chocolate chips, they weren’t as good as I thought they would be, It was very bitter and the aftertaste of oats was very strong and it didn’t taste like brownies at all, not my favorite recipe tbh I didn’t liked them ��

  • I made these and if you want to enhance the flavor this is what I typically add to my brownies. I did use 1/4 cup almond milk because I think it’s thiccc compared to skim and I’m lactose intolerant. So I add 1 tbs dark brewed coffee, a packet of espresso powder, 1 tbs vanilla extract, and I topped mine with 1 tbs dark chocolate chips. I hope this helped. Have a good day and sum great brownies! ❤

  • I liked your recipe,,, ��������I have many healthy food recipes, I’m uploading my food every day with healthy cooking. Check me.. ❤️ ❤️

  • usually whenever i watch weight loss snack videos i never really find any of them appealing. all of your recipes look so good! i want to try all of them:,D <3

  • Did anyone figure out why it got white at the top after cooling down? Mine did it too. Still taste great for a healthy brownie but I’m just curious. Use all same ingredients but instead of truvia I used swerve. Also I bought some chocolate chips that are 60 cal per tbls no added sugars. I used 2 tbls as well. Made them in a cupcake pan and got 10 cupcakes so according to myfitnesspal it calculated 47 cal per cupcake brownie.

  • I’m liking the snack ideas!! Also, just finished outer banks last Saturday, you two should also watch Waco if you havn’t already, it’s really good.

  • Ooomg i made these brownies today and honestly, they were SO FILLING! I just had one and i physically couldnt eat anymore, but theyre sooo lovely! Can’t believe how lovely they turned out, thanks for the videoo! ��

  • I don’t do that with ice cream and hate those people too. Along with those that leave a piece of food on their plate, the tiniest piece, just eat it!!!! Lol

  • I tried it but for some reason it came out really bitter and not sweet at all. I’m pretty sure i did the measurements correctly but idk what went wrong. Maybe the stevia brand i used wasn’t as sweet as truvia.

  • Next time poke a tooth pick in the middle of the brownie, if it comes out dirty from the batter it needs a couple more minutes in the oven ��

  • Tbh I would add 1 more egg and 1 tbs of normal flour, and probably skip the milk, still would be low calorie but would look like real brownies not a pudding

  • has anyone tried these with chocolate protein powder? i’m thinking cut the coco i half and replace it with protein powder since i don’t have sweetener anyway but i’m scared the texture won’t turn out as good. if anyone experimented with it please tell me how it went.

  • Be careful if ur tryna count calories and using Pam spray or olive oil spray and stuff because a tablespoon of that is 200 calories itself and a one second spray is 230 I think I’m not sure. Did u count the oil u used when prepping the pan? Nice video btw I’ll be making these ☺️☺️

  • Steve there is a subscription of snacks tons of them it’s called snack crate they have funny ass videos their thing is the popular snacks from different countries they had one for AU ask Morgan if she thinks they did good on picking the AU snacks

  • I would recommend making a double portion because that one is very small and it definitely isnt 9 large pieces its more like 9 tiny pieces

  • I’m sorry to say that I tried it out and honestly it tastes bad, you should save a cheat day to eat actual brownie if you are trying to keep in track with your weight, but nice video!

  • Future reference, to check if a cake or brownies are done in the middle. Use a toothpick. If the batter sticks to it then they aren’t done. If nothing sticks to it then they are done.

  • Okay so…. just tried to make these and as I was blending everything with the same exact blender it started smelling like it was burning. When I twisted it off to stop it, the entire fucking Neutrabullet shot into the air and chocolate went EVERYWHERE. On my WALLS, on my CEILING, on my FACE AND BODY ������. Still going to try again tonight but I just needed to get this out there because when I got into the shower it was like the shower head was raining chocolate. Now because I’m scared of that blender I’m just gonna use a food processor in case something like that happens again.

  • Receta en español:

    3/4 tazas de yogurth griego (light)
    1/4 taza de leche (light y descremada)
    1/2 taza de cacao en polvo
    1/2 de avena
    Stevia al gusto
    1 huevo
    Polvo para hornear
    Pizca de sal


    1. Precalientar el horno a 400 ° F y engrasar una fuente de horno cuadrada

    (Usé 8 “x8”).

    2. Combinar todos los ingredientes.
    en un procesador de alimentos o un licuadora y mezclar hasta que esté suave (aproximadamente 1 minuto).

    3. Verter en el preparado plato y hornear por unos 15 minutos. Dejar enfriar completamente antes de cortar en 9 cuadrados grandes. YAHM

  • So convenient cuz I literally just made brownies����

    I guess I’ll make em “healthy” next time
    .. Since my FBI agent is looking out for me ig

  • i’m a professional baker. Just made this. its not obviously not as enjoyable as a real brownie. its more like fudge. not bad at all. substitute a whole egg with 3 tbs of egg whites, soy with almond milk. add a bit of cinnamon and if you have it a pinch of instant coffee. otherwise great recipe. mine came out to be 425 calories for the whole thing. if you have extra calories to spare must top with a bit of powdered peanut butter. note zero calorie sugar is not zero calories more like 2-3 calories a serving.

  • Your pan is smaller so your brownies are thicker meaning you need to bake them longer. That’s why the middle isn’t done. Five or ten more minutes

  • Finally someone who knows about the correlation between “healthy” and “low calorie”! I was getting tired of finding “protein peanut butter” recipes, which are all higher in fats and ridiculously high in calories

  • I liked your snacks and loved the music you used in the video. What is the name of the song in the video that sounds like a saxophone playing?

  • Hey!! I wanted to tell you that in Spain we have a desert that is basically the same as your last recipe and they’re called “tortas de aceite”. They’re really good but they’re made with olive oil and usually have anise.

  • I just wanna say, if you’re on this video because your on keto, DO NOT EAT THE CARROT CAKE SLICES. Carrots are surprisingly high carb, and turn into glucose quicker than most vegetables.

  • I’m not sure if this is for desserts as well, but when I make lasagna I first cover the mold with foil then remove it so that the top gets crisp.

  • I do love this video & wow it’s so awesome & creative for you to do vegan/non vegan. I’d like to add, the first snack isn’t low calorie in my opinion, 188 for vegan 167 for non vegan plus 130 in graham crackers or 23 for a rice thin still makes them both around 200 or more depending what you choose, It is lower than an average dessert yes & I do like the creativity of the video but I would just say lower calorie version of great snacks not “low calorie” but again only my opinion I did highly appreciate the video!

  • So delicious the ice cream I made banana ice cream but the banana was way to door and I added peanut butter but for mme the taste was to heavy so probably Will make this one

  • Ooo this is the very first video I’ve ever watched of her. She’s so bright and uplifting especially during these times of disconnecting from people and concerns about our health. It’s wholesome videos like these that brighten a day of feeling alone.

  • My mom keeps telling me we have plenty of food and that we need to eat the food we have before she buys more, but all we have in the fridge is 2 onions, some ketchup, jar of pickles, and some ranch ��

  • So I made the carrot cake today and it tasted terrible! I did everything the exactly the same and used the exact same ingredients, i can’t even describe the taste after it was cooked but it tasted weird like the protein powder reacted badly and made it really tart is that normal?.. the icing was delicious tho!

  • why do i always watch videos like this when im not having cravings and just end up forgetting when i acctually have Them and just eating a Big bag of chips

  • I have made and tried these all. My favourite is the lemon mousse. It really does taste like a lemon cheesecake but without the base. Have to think of a low calorie base to go with it. Yum yum!

  • Love this video! Your attitude to your channel is so positive and you always make me smile. Please can you do more low calorie breakfasts and desserts and cooking videos. I would love that so much. Thanks x

  • Thought I’d add some conversions for the US peeps and write down the instructions so it’s easier to follow (some might not be exact but close enough):
    This is just for the carrot cake since it’s the one I’m trying for now:)
    Wet ingredients:
    1 egg
    1/4 cup egg whites
    1/5 cup sugar free maple syrup
    1/5 cup yogurt
    Dry ingredients:
    1/2 cup coconut flour
    1/3 cup protein powder
    Lots of cinnamon
    3/4 cup shredded carrots
    Preheat oven to 320F
    Grate carrots
    Mix wet ingredients
    Mix dry ingredients (add a bit of stevia)
    Add wet ingredients into dry
    Add shredded carrots
    Add a sprinkle of baking powder and almost milk
    Bake for 25-30 mins
    Mix 2/3 cup yogurt, 1/8 cup ricotta/cream cheese, 2 tsp honey, & cinnamon, put in fridge while cake bakes

  • I’ve personally made the cup cheese ‘cake’, it’s more like a spongey mousse, very good though! I’ve also made the carrot cakes supplementing fiber for the protein powder. Needless to say they came out very good

  • What i found that helped me lose weight and made me feel full was steamed carrots, zucchini, and broccoli, after they are done steaming, cool them down, it’s better to eat it cold, then add 1 teaspoon of oil, 2 gloves of garlic crushed, 1 teaspoon of salt, and a full lemon, may depend on how much vegetables there are, but its amazing

  • I have been looking for healthy desserts but no one actually makea good stuff. Ur reciepes r amazing u just gained a new subscriber����

  • Just made the mini cheesecake (used raspberry instead of lemon) and it’s SO SO good! also subbed cottage cheese for ricotta (what I had on hand) and it came out to only 67 cal/portion and 10.8 grams of protein per serving. DEFINITELY going to be making that one again. Thanks for the recipes!

  • Thank you for these recipes. Just started counting my macros and I love sweet snacks! This is going to help me with those cravings

  • Hi! My packet of the Jell-O stuff (in from America so it’s the same thing as the jelly) isn’t in little packets, so how much is in half a sachet if your jelly stuff?

  • Could you please do a recipe of you making an actual whole cheesecake with the crust and everything using a similar method to what you did here? ��

  • Questionif i dont use the protein powder in the carrot cake is it going to turn out bad?

    Edit: tried it without the protein powder! It tastes amazing

  • These are perfect ���������� who wants to get in shape for going back to school! �������� i reccomend home court if you are a kid and want to loose a little weight! you can burn like 15 calories a minute! Remember to eat healthy!

  • Hello, I am from Poland and we probably have a different sizes of the jelly, how many grams did you add for the half cup of water? Thank you and love your video!

  • My favourite healthy snack, I take one and a half frozen bananas, preferably ripe, they are sweeter, add about 10 mls or brewed coffee, some vanilla extract, 2 table spoons of unsweatened cocoa powder. And mix in a food processor. BEST THING EVER! and it’s about 180 calories

  • You should do more of these with various foods! I’m sending this out to a lot of people so they learn!! Thanks so much for the post!!

  • And 1 Tablespoon (14-15g) of Mayo is also 100 calories.  When eating out, order without it and put it on yourself to make sure they can easily put 2 TBSP on your burger/chicken/etc…

  • love this visualization. 100 calories is not 100 calories when you think of the volume of food you can eat if you chose the right 100 calorie food. I was wishing someone would do this as a way to help people make better choices. great concept

  • 112 grams of tuna? What magic tuna is that? Low protein tuna? Cause the protein content alone is more than 100 calories per 100 grams, at least the tune I’ve got.