Jan 2, 2014 12:58pm
1. Strawberry shake
Blending kefir, teaspoon of honey, and strawberries gets you a refreshing protein shake full of probiotics.
2. Greek yogurt
High protein, low in sugar - you can add slices of fruit for more flavor.
3. Multigrain pretzel
Good alternative to chips. To make it a more rich snack, dunk them in yogurt.
100-calorie packs of 94% fat-free microwave popcorn is a good choice. Don't use butter, but using spice is a good idea -- cinnamon, cayenne pepper, or lime powder.
4. Multigrain crackers
Multigrain crackers or low-fat rye toasts can be eaten with light cheese, hummus, or lean lunch meat.
4. Dried figs
If you're really hungry, you can eat them with a light cheese.
5. Dark chocolate
Dark chocolate with at least 70% cacao contains less sugar and more antioxidants than average chocolate.
6. Cheese quesadillas
Grated low-fat cheese in wholemeal tortillas crisped on both sides. Try to use a cheese with only 3-5 grams of fat.
7. Frozen blueberries
You can top this with light whipping cream.