Listed below are more choices for 100 Calorie Great Snacks. These Snacks are great for in between meal snacking, when you don't want a 100 calorie pack of cookies or chips. Burn a calorie, get up and prepare a snack, something good for you. You must want to treat your body right, if you are searching for 100 Calorie Snacks. Fats and calories are approximated in the following recipes, but remember to check your food labels for complete nutrition information as you prepare these treats. A few recipes listed below are less than 100 calories per serving. Eat frequently throughout your day as digestion raises the metabolic rate, and helps maintain our blood sugar levels.
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1. Berries and Whipped Cream: Heat 1/2 cup of Frozen Blackberries, Blueberries or Raspberries in the microwave for 2 minutes in a microwavable covered dish, let it cool for 10 minutes at least, then top the cooked Berries with 2 tablespoons of Reddi Wip Whipped Light Cream. Contains about 100 calories, 1 gram of fat, and the Berries are loaded with antioxidants.
2. Chocolate Fix: Fill a bowl with about 6 tablespoons of Reddi Wip Whipped Light Cream, about 45 calories, and add 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoons of pure Hershey's Cocoa. Whisk until blended and creamy, approximately 50 endorphin feel good calories, and 3 grams of fat.
3. Tea with Cheese and Crackers: 1 large glass of Iced Tea, squeeze 3 lemon wedges in the tea, 1 wedge of The Laughing Cow Original Swiss Cheese, and 7 Wheat Thins Multi Grain Crackers. This treat has approximately 100 calories and 4 grams of fat. Eliminate artificial sweeteners from your diet and enjoy the benefits of Iced Tea with Lemon, natural Tea contains antioxidants that protect your body from free radicals, and has about half the caffeine of coffee. Add fresh squeezed lemon to taste, for the added immune boosting benefit of vitamin C, and don't put the lemon slice in your glass as the lemon peels can contain oxalates that may inhibit the absorption of calcium. You can always keep on hand Minute Maid Lemon Juice, which contains the juice of 7 lemons in a 7.5 ounce container, use approximately one or to squirts to taste, you can find it in the freezer at your grocery store. If you have to have Sweet Tea, try 1 or 2 packets of Estee Fructose Natural Sweetener with 10 calories per packet, it is delicious and not an artificial sweetener.
4. Breakfast Sandwich: Fry 2 eggs in Pam over medium heat about 2 minutes, then turn over with a spatula, at the edge of both eggs, cut into egg yellows and mash out about two thirds of the yellows and discard. Add salt and pepper to taste. When eggs are done approximately 3 to 4 minutes total, place eggs on one slice of Aunt Millies Fiber for Life Whole Grain Bread with 3 grams of fiber and 35 calories, toast and slice in half, spray toast with Fat Free Parkay Spray and you have a delicious Egg Sandwich with about 4 grams of fat, 12 grams of protein, and approximately 100 calories.
5. Puffed Wheat Cereal: 2/3 cup of Puffed Wheat, one half cup of skim milk and 1 packet of Estee Fructose Natural Sweetener. With less than 1 gram of fat and 100 calories total, this great tasting and filling cereal has approximately 1&1/2 grams of fiber, 12 grams of carbohydrates and 15% of the RDA for Calcium and 15% of the RDA for iron.
6. Toast with Blackberry Jelly: 1 slice of Aunt Millies Fiber for Life Whole Grain Bread toasted, spray with Fat Free Parkay Spray, and spread 1 teaspoon of Blackberry Jelly on the toast. Great snack with about 50 calories. This treat has under 1 gram of fat and 13 grams of carbohydrates with the added bonus of 3 grams of fiber.
7. Mozzarella Cheese Stick and Marinara: Heat 1/4 cup of Barilla Marinara Sauce in the microwave with one light Frigo Mozzarella Cheese Stick in a covered dish, let cool before eating. This snack has about 100 calories, 10 grams of protein, and 3 grams of fat.
8. Southwest Ranch Salad: This salad complete with salad dressing has approximately 100 calories and 3 grams of fat, you'll never want to buy premade light ranch salad dressing again, once you have tried this recipe.1 cup of Romaine Lettuce torn into bite size pieces, 3 Cherry Tomatoes and 3 Cucumber slices diced. Top salad with 2 tablespoons of Fresh Gourmet Tortilla Strips and 1&1/2 tablespoons of your Homemade Ranch Salad Dressing, to make this dressing, combine 1 cup of Kroger Reduced Fat Sour Cream, 1 cup of Kroger Cultured Lowfat Buttermilk and 1 packet of Hidden Valley Original Ranch Buttermilk Recipe Salad Dressing Mix, wisk all ingredients together until creamy and refrigerate 2 hours before serving. This Homemade Ranch Salad Dressing contains approximately 53 calories and 2 grams of fat in a 2 tablespoon serving. Create a large dinner salad by adding 1 extra cup of Romaine lettuce and 1 grilled chicken breast, 4 ounces, this will add about 120 calories and 23 grams of protein.
9. Vegetable Tray with Homemade Ranch Salad Dressing: 1/2 cup of cucumber slices, 6 celery sticks, 6 slices of sweet red pepper 1/2 cup of raw broccoli florets. 2 tablespoons of your Homemade Ranch Salad Dressing, recipe above for your vegetable dip. . This Vegetable Tray has about 100 calories and 2 grams of fat.
10. Turkey Sandwich: 1 slice of Aunt Millies Fiber for Life Whole Grain Bread and a 2 ounce serving of Fat Free Turkey Breast. Spread a teaspoon of mustard on your bread and a few lettuce leaves. Approximately 100 calories, 10 grams of protein and 1 gram of fat.
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