A Medium Apple
Sure, an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but it also keeps those excess pounds from sneaking up on you if you bite into a medium-sized apple for your mid-day snack. Most medium varieties of Macintosh, Gala, or Granny Smith apple only equal 95-calories.
Half a Cup of Fat-Free Yogurt
Blueberry, strawberry, peach, cherry—oh my! Your favorite half cup of creamy, fat-free fruit yogurt will only set you back 85-calories, and if you select a brand with naturally-occurring bacteria; you’ll be doing your digestive system a favor too. Not all yogurt is less than 100-calories. Even if it says fat-free, be sure to read the label and double check, says Julie Ching, registered dietitian.
I love pistachios, you feel like you earn a nibble after prying away the shell. And at just 85-calories for 25 pistachios of the dry-roasted, unsalted variety, you have your work cut out for you!
These compact, pop-able fresh berries are full of flavor, vitamin C, and fiber for a naturally sweet, low calorie snack. One cup of blueberries amounts to just 85-calories!
Half a Baked Potato
Good news for tader lovers! You can snack on a half a baked white potato for about 85-calories. And you can even add some fat free, low calorie dollops—including low fat, plain yogurt, fresh dill or chives, and a spoonful of chunky salsa!
Just be careful because not all sizes of baked potatoes will amount to 85-calories. For it to be under 100-calories, you should eat no more than 3/4-cup of sweet potato, says Ching.