The Most Delicious Snacks Under 100 Calories

August 19, 2016  |  
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When you’re trying to eat healthy, baked chicken every night works when your willpower is strong. But eventually, we all need something delicious if we’re going to maintain our sanity and not binge eat the first sweet or salty food someone puts in front of us.

Thankfully, snacks these days are packaged in ways that help you keep your calories low. We found a few for you to keep in mind for your next grocery run. The following foods are not only good, but they’re also filling. So the next time you’re making an effort to watch what you eat, fill your refrigerator and freezer with these snacks for a sweet tooth or junk food craving. Your scale and your taste buds will thank you.

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Dill Pickles

Great news for pickle fanatics. Your favorite snack has so few calories that you can eat around 10 medium-sized ones and still come in under 100 calories.

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Chocolate-Covered Bananas

Try half of a banana dipped in two tablespoons of melted dark chocolate chips and freeze it for a treat that comes in around calories.

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Cheese Popcorn

Track down those popcorn flavor shakers at your local grocery store and shake them over two cups of air-popped popcorn for a deliciously filling snack.

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Grilled Pineapple

It’s even more delicious when you throw it on the grill. Two or three slices are around 100 calories.

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Shrimp Cocktail

Everyone’s favorite appetizer has less than 100 calories for three large shrimp eaten with one teaspoon of cocktail sauce.

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Berries and Whipped Cream

One cup of berries with two tablespoons of whipped cream is a light snack. Want to make it an even better substitute for ice cream? Blend the combination and pop it in the freezer for a few hours.

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Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate packs in the flavor so just three squares (depending on the brand) is more than enough of a snack to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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Cinnamon Applesauce

One cup of unsweetened applesauce spiced up with cinnamon is another delicious and light snack.

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Pistachios

They’re delicious. Go ahead and enjoy a handful — roughly 25 nuts.

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Sweet Potato Fries

When you bake them, they’re healthier for you than french fries. A whole sweet potato’s worth is just around 100 calories. So if you have a small order of them, you should be fine — and full.

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Vodka Soda

Need an adult beverage but you’re on a diet? A vodka soda (or a shot of any alcohol with a calorie-free beverage) will be a nice treat and also be less than 100 calories.

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Watermelon

You can have around two ice cold diced cups of watermelon on a hot summer day.

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Celery and Peanut Butter

A tablespoon of peanut butter spread on a stalk of celery will take you back to the days of delicious middle school snacks, and keep your calories low.

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Frozen Grapes

We don’t know why they’re better ice cold, but they really are. And you can have around 30 and come in just under the calorie count of 100.

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