There are snacks that can boost metabolism, fight hunger and add healthy nutrition to your diet.
Here you will find 39 low-calorie snacks that are also incredibly healthy at the same time!
Cherries: This fruit is sweet and little. Cherries are full of antioxidants. They can reduce the chance of you getting a heart attack but also cut down belly fat. The fresh ones are the best to eat!
One ounce of smoked salmon (about 1 slice) on 4 Wheat Thins: If you are hungry, then eat this for a mid-morning snack before lunch. Smoked salmon is full of protein that can keep you full throughout the day.
Two cheese slices on cucumbers: Cheese is a great snack for lunch. Find one in pre-sliced individual triangles, and for a no-carb option, you can put them on cucumbers, celery or carrots.
A small frozen banana dipped in sugar-free chocolate syrup: This can be a dessert substitute or a snack for the kids. The bananas are frozen into a popsicle.
A 1-ounce nonfat Greek yogurt with raspberries: Greek yogurt with berries is a sweet pick-me-up any time of the day. This yogurt has more protein than regular yogurt.
Roasted Brussels sprouts with one ounce of prosciutto: If you want to get some of your daily fiber and vitamin C, then Roasting Brussels sprouts are the perfect snack for you. You can roast them in olive oil or coconut oil. You can add one ounce of prosciutto.
1/2 mango and 2 ounces of low-fat cottage cheese: The combination of cottage cheese and mango is really tasty and this snack can provide you with nutrition and energy boost! We can add peaches, cantaloupe, grapes, and pineapple in our cottage cheese.
Two celery sticks and one tablespoon of natural peanut butter: This snack is a classic low-carb snack! Celery has no calories and peanut butter is packed with healthy fats.
One cup of frozen berries: Freezing berries is a very good snack. They make a good substitute for cold sweet treats. You can make yourself a smoothie from any frozen fruits and you have a low-calorie breakfast!
Three low-fat cheese sticks: Cheese sticks have a good amount of protein – about 7 grams per stick – which will help you feel full between meals.
Pretzel sticks: Pretzel sticks are quick, low-fat snack and you should choose whole wheat and low sodium brands.
One brown rice cake with a ½ teaspoon of spreadable honey: Brown rice cakes are especially good for you because their content of fiber is high. You can add a little bit of honey as well.
Eight frozen banana slices with peanut butter: The bananas and peanut butter freeze perfectly together and this is a very sweet snack.
Two tablespoons of original hummus with carrots: This is a tasty, low-calorie snack full of nutritious goodies. Hummus is good with any kind of vegetable, so this is a better alternative than chips, crackers or pretzels.
One cup cantaloupe and ½ cup strawberries with 1 teaspoon of almond slices on top: Enjoy your fruit salad with the almond slices, and bear in mind that it is healthy!
A half cup of fresh grilled pineapple with three extra lean slices of ham: Grilled pineapple and ham is a savory treat and these two sweet flavors are perfect together.
100-calorie popcorn bag: This is an easy, convenient snack and will always be a favorite, but don’t top your low-calorie bag with butter and salt.
One kiwi and 1 mandarin orange: Kiwi and mandarin orange is a combination that is refreshing, bold and it has an intense sweetness.
A small box of raisins: A small box of raisins in your purse is a low-carb snack anytime.
One cup of edamame: This maybe is easy to make, but it doesn’t mean that it has a simple taste. This snack is excellent with a little spray butter and touch of sea salt.
A third-cup cup of tabouleh: This fantastic snack is filled with protein and vitamins.
One container of Yoplait 100 Greek Yogurt: Greek yogurt contains probiotic cultures and is lower in lactose, and it is an excellent source of calcium, potassium, protein, zinc, vitamins and more!
Two cups homemade sweet potato chips: Veggies chips are a healthy snack. You can slice up your own sweet potatoes and roast them in the oven for a quick crunchy snack anytime.
Pistachios: They contain fewer calories and have more potassium and vitamins than many other nuts. Not only do they contain protein, but they lower your cholesterol as well.
One protein muffin: One muffin contains 5 grams of protein and is delicious!
Half cup dried apricot halves: Dried apricots is one of the healthiest ways to eat them. They are naturally full of vitamin A.
Red frozen grapes: Frozen grapes turn into little bite-sized popsicles! They can be kept for a long time in a freezer safe bag, and whenever you want something sweet and cold, you can pop some.
Carrot and cucumber slices: Carrots and cucumbers are both crunchy and juicy and they offer a ton of vitamins A and C with hardly any calories.
An apple and 4 walnut halves: You can mix your apple with four walnut halves because they are a great source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which play a crucial role in brain function.
A hard-boiled egg with ½ cup sweet green peppers: If you are cutting carbs and adding protein, then hard boiled eggs are the perfect snack.
A third cup of rolled oats & a ⅓ cup of fresh blueberries: Rolled oats stabilize blood sugar, lower your cholesterol and prevent heart disease and by adding blueberries, you get even more nutrients that help with cognitive function and eye health.
Egg white omelet: If you want a good breakfast that will keep your energy levels up, then three egg whites with 1 cup spinach, 1 cup mushrooms, and 1 tomato slice is the ideal breakfast for you!
Fifteen pretzels dipped in one teaspoon reduced-fat cream cheese: Reduced-fat cream cheese is a good source of calcium and you can eat it in small amounts.
One tablespoon of almond butter and apple slices: Apples and almond butter are a delicious snack because the almond butter is higher in fiber and has fewer carbs.
A quarter-cup quinoa, ¼ cup cucumber, five cherry tomatoes, one teaspoon of olive oil: Quinoa has many health benefits. You can pair together quinoa, cucumber, cherry tomatoes and olive oil and this snack will be healthy for your heart.
Two ounces ahi tuna sashimi: Fish has protein and essential omega fatty acids. This small snack can improve your overall health in many ways.
Spinach salad with one cup of sliced peaches & one teaspoon of almond slivers: Spinach, peach, and almond are all very great natural, unprocessed foods. The salt in the almond compliments the sweetness of the peaches.
Sweet potato baked wedges: Some sweet potato baked wedges are an excellent snack for your midday hunger pangs!
Ten asparagus spears & one tablespoon of low-fat shredded Parmesan cheese: Asparagus has fiber, folate and vitamins A, C, K and E and when topped with some warm shredded Parmesan cheese is delicious.
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