Healthy Snack Ideas // Movie Night Recipes, Vegan
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A trip to the movie theater seems to be synonymous with snacking — chewy chocolate, bubbly soda and, of course, salty, buttery popcorn. The good news is that no matter how strong your movie snack cravings are, these healthier food swaps save you a ton of fat and calories without sacrificing all the flavor and fun. These powerhouse snack packets are sold individually and in bulk in different snack sections (I recently picked one up in a 7-Eleven!), and they’re compact enough to pack into any bag or pocket.
Pair with a bag of baby carrots or whole wheat crackers—the Sabra hummus cup is a great low-calorie option at just 160 calories for an entire serving. Movie theaters are not known for their healthy snack options. In fact, the moviegoing experience facilitates the type of mindless snacking that can be bad for your health. However, informing yourself ahead of time allows you to make healthier choices at the theater (MacMillan, 2015.
Healthy Snack Options at the Movie Theater. Don’t let jumbo calorie counts ruin your hard-earned weight loss. Here, smart and delicious ways to snack at the movies. Typical movie snacks not only wreck your diet but cause bloating and all sorts of digestive upset from the high amounts of fat, sugar, and salt.
Choose a better option with some of these healthy snacks to take to the movies that are affordable and will fit into any handbag. Movie snacks are as important as what you’re watching, whether you’re at the theater or staying in. Ditch the fake-butter popcorn for these healthy snacks.
Swap out your sugar-filled sorbet for a half-cup of frozen strawberries or berries blended until smooth to save more than 100 calories. Did you know? The Vita-Mix blender can turn your frozen fruit into an ice cream consistency for the perfect delicious and healthy treat.
8. White rice for quinoa (147 calories vs 136 calories). As boring as “healthy snacks” might sound, you’d be surprised at just how tasty they are, all the new things you’ll get to try, and how easy they are to tote around with you on the go. (Seriously, they fit in your laptop bag, purse, workout bag or backpack just as easily as the prepackaged stuff.). LET’S BE CLEAR: it’s better to fill up before you go to the movies than to buy snacks there. Real-world snacks are 200 calories; movie snacks run as high as 1,200.The portions are huge, and.
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