under 50 calories

Snacks under 50 calories
  • 1 oreo
  • 1 fig bar
  • 3 ginger snaps
  • 5 animal crackers
  • 2 triscuits
  • 2 saltines
  • 2 graham crackers
  • 3 ritz crackers
  • 1 large tangerine
  • 10 small cherries
  • 1 small apple
  • A slice of cantaloupe
  • 1 small orange
  • 1 peach
  • 1 kiwi
  • 1 cup of watermelon cubes
  • ½ a cup of raspberries
  • ½ of a papaya
  • ½ of a mango
  • 4 oz. of orange juice
  • ½ cup of apple sauce

2

July 2017
Low Calorie, Vegan & Gluten Free*
Name: Little Dabbies Cosmic Brownies
Dosage: 25mg each - 2 per pack
Calories: 75 Cal each
Description: Second scrumptious treat in my Little Dabbies collection! I decided to kick these up a notch by making them low calorie, vegan and gluten-free! The brownie itself is dairy-free egg-free and gluten-free and under 50 calories! With (vegan version available upon request) chocolate ganache frosting from scratch, it becomes incredibly decadent… But is still only 70 calories! Ultimately topped with the unmistakable Little Debbies colorful candy crunch we know and love, using Nerds. While nerds are gluten-free please keep in mind that they were made in a factory with other products that contain gluten. You seriously do not want to miss out on these!

50 Best Snacks under 50 Calories

Satisfy your sweet tooth

1. 1⁄2 medium apple, baked, topped with 1 Tbsp lowfat yogurt sprinkled with cinnamon (45 calories)

2. 1⁄2 small banana, frozen (45 calories)

3. 4 oz unsweetened applesauce sprinkled with cinnamon (49 calories)

4. 1 miniature box of raisins (45 calories)

5. 2 sugar-free ice pops (30 calories)

6. 1 sugar-free fudge ice pop (35 calories)

7. 12 cherries (48 calories)

8. 1 individual serving sugar-free gelatin with 3 Tbsp light whipped topping (40 calories)

9. 1⁄2 cup strawberries with 21⁄2 Tbsp nonfat yogurt (47 calories)

10. 14 seedless red grapes, frozen (48 calories)

Indulge a salt craving

11. 11⁄2 cups salted air-popped popcorn (46 calories)
12. 1⁄4 cup shelled edamame with sea salt (37 calories)
13. 8 oz miso soup (36 calories)
14. 1 pretzel rod (37 calories)
15. 1⁄4 small bag of Glenny’s lightly salted soy crisps (35 calories)
16. 1 medium sliced cucumber mixed with 1⁄4 cup sliced onion, 1⁄2 cup chopped celery, 4 Tbsp vinegar and salt to taste (45 calories)
17. 6 oz eight-vegetable juice (39 calories)
18. 1 kosher dill pickle (10 calories)

Crunch and munch

19. 1⁄2 cup jicama with 4 oz salsa (49.5 calories)
20. 11⁄2 cups sugar snap peas (40 calories)
21. Small celery stalk smeared with 1⁄2 Tbsp natural peanut butter (49 calories)
22. 1⁄2 small apple with 1 tsp soy butter (46 calories)
23. 1 brown rice cake with 1 Tbsp sugar-free jam (44 calories)

Smooth and creamy

24. 1 Laughing Cow Light Garlic & Herb wedge spread on cucumber slices (35 calories)
25. 1 tsp almond butter (34 calories)
26. 1⁄2 cup fat-free Greek yogurt with 1 tsp sugar-free strawberry jam (43 calories)
27. 1 oz avocado (about 1⁄8 of an avocado) squirted with lime (45 calories)
28. 8 grape tomatoes dipped in 1 Tbsp light cream cheese (46 calories)

Cheesy whizzes

29. 6 pieces of endive filled with 1⁄2 oz reduced-fat feta cheese (49 calories)
30. 1 slice fat-free American cheese (30 calories)
31. 1 large tomato, sliced, topped with 1 Tbsp Parmesan, broiled (44 calories)
32. 1 oz fat-free cottage cheese on 1 slice caraway Finn Crisp Crispbread (38 calories)
33. 1 oz fat-free mozzarella dipped in 1 tsp marinara sauce (46 calories)

Power up on protein

34. Turkey rollups: 2 slices white meat turkey rolled in 2 lettuce leaves (46 calories)
35. 1 oz smoked salmon (about 1 slice) on 2 Wheat Thins crackers (Multi-Grain) (48 calories)
36. 1 tofu dog with 1 Tbsp sauerkraut (48 calories)
37. 1⁄2 cup plain fat-free yogurt sprinkled with 1 tsp sunflower seeds (49.6 calories)
38. 1.3 oz water-packed tuna with 1 tsp Dijon mustard (48 calories)
39. 2 large hard-cooked egg whites with 1 cup sliced cucumber (48 calories)
40. 1 slice Wasa Fibre Crispbread with 2 tsp hummus (45 calories)
41. 1 medium water-packed sardine with slice of red onion (35 calories)

Solid standbys

42. 1⁄2 cup melon with 2 Tbsp 1% cottage cheese (47 calories)
43. 1⁄2 small grapefruit (32 calories)
44. 1⁄3 cup blueberries with 1 Tbsp light sour cream (47 calories)
45. 1⁄2 cup carrots with 1 Tbsp light ranch dressing (45 calories)

Thirst quenchers

46. 1⁄2 cup nonfat milk with 1 Tbsp Walden Farms calorie-free chocolate syrup (40 calories)
47. 1 packet of sugar-free hot chocolate made with 1⁄4 cup skim milk and 3⁄4 cup hot water (47 calories)
48. 3⁄4 cup almond milk (45 calories)
49. 3⁄4 cup seltzer with 1⁄4 cup cranberry juice and a lime wedge (33 calories)
50. Homemade iced green tea (with artificial sweetener if desired) (0 calories)

More snacks under 50 calories
  • 8 dry roasted peanuts
  • 1 slice of fresh pineapple
  • 7 celery stalks
  • 1 small pack of raisins
  • 10 grapes
  • 1 cup of bell peppers
  • 50 blueberries
  • 12 strawberries
  • 1 sesame bread stick
  • 10 oyster crackers
  • 2 apricots
  • 1 jaffa cake
  • 1 green apple
  • 16 cherry tomatoes
  • 1 cup of brocolli
  • 1 lady finger
  • 2 arrowroot cookies
  • 10 pitted green medium sized olives

anonymous asked:

When is it okay to binge? I've lost a good deal of weight and am on track in all my dieting, I have some wiggle room left in my meal plan and would really enjoy a couple of candies or a cookie for under 50 calories. My dads birthday is also Friday and they're making ice cream sundaes, any tips on how to avoid eating it or how to have some but keep it in my 400 calorie range (this includes 100 calories of salmon and half a baked potato)???

First of all, it’s never okay to “binge”!
You need to get control, you know.
I’m not saying it isn’t okay to eat a few sweets every now and then but don’t loose control. Think about how much you wanna eat of it, count the calories & don’t eat more. its not a binge then! 💘

This candy is something I made for a Christmas party many, many weeks ago.  It’s not so good if you’re watching what you eat, but it’s sure to please if you’re just in it for the taste!

Tiger Candy
about 15 pieces 

¼ cup white chips
2 tablespoons creamy peanut butter
2 tablespoons milk chocolate chips

In a small bowl, melt the white chips and peanut butter together in the microwave (mine took about 30 seconds), then stir until smooth. Pour into a small pan that’s been lined with parchment paper.

In a separate bowl, melt the chocolate chips.  Drizzle over the first layer.

Freeze for 10 minutes, or until solid.  Break into small pieces.

nutrition (per piece):
41 calories | 4g carbs | 3g fat | 1g protein | 0g fiber

source: Taste of Home Cookies and More!, 2011