Snacking is loved by all, but avoidance of calories is also important. We have a variety of low-calorie snacks that are not only tasty but also healthy and aid in weight loss management. Snacking aids in the management of hunger and the regulation of blood sugar levels. It increases your consumption of nutrient-dense foods such as fruits and vegetables. Protein, fibre, and healthy fats in snacks help you stay full throughout the day. In this blog, let’s learn about 25 super snacks with 100 calories or less.

  1. Microwave popcorn (six cups)

Popcorn is an excellent choice for a large snack with a low-calorie count. Some microwave brands contain only 100 calories per six-cup serving. "You have to chew it, so it's satisfying," says Joan Salge Blake, RD, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokesperson. It's high in fibre and keeps you feeling fuller for longer.

        2.Cottage Cheese and Cantaloupe

Cottage cheese is high in protein, with 1/2 cup providing 14 g. Protein, like fibre, can help you feel fuller for longer. Low-fat cottage cheese can be eaten plain or with a side of fruit. A small cantaloupe wedge brings the total calories to 100.

        3.Three Crackers with Cheese

The key to making this classic snack is to use whole-grain crackers. The fibre will keep you full between meals, and the cheese will provide you with protein and calcium. To stay under 100 calories, divide one slice of low-fat cheese among three crackers.

        4.Half Cup Slow-Churned Ice Cream

Is it not surprising! Ice cream is one of the best low-calorie snacks. The key is to look for varieties that are slow-churned or double-churned. This is a process that reduces fat and calories while maintaining the creamy texture of full-fat varieties, so 1/2 cup contains only 100 calories.

        5.Almonds 14 pieces

When you're on the go and the munchies strike, there are few things more convenient than nuts. You can eat 14 almonds without exceeding 100 calories. They're also high in fibre and protein, which help to keep hunger at bay. It is the best snack even if you are stuck in traffic.

        6.Whole-grain pretzel sticks six in number

Pretzels are just as convenient when you're on the go for those who don't like nuts. Stick to six whole-grain pretzel sticks to stay under 100 calories. This snack is cholesterol-free, low in fat and sugar, and contains over 3 g of fibre to keep you going.

        7.Baked Apple

Apples are still one of the healthiest snacks available, and there are numerous ways to jazz up this old standby. Blake suggests eating baked apples because they taste like dessert but provide the same vitamins and fibre as fresh apples. You can even top with cinnamon without adding calories.

        8.Cheese-Stuffed Pita Pocket

Here's one that's simple to make but gives you the feeling of biting into a sandwich. Fill a whole-grain pita pocket with 1/2 ounce part-skim ricotta cheese. The fibre and protein will help you feel full, and the entire snack contains less than one gramme of saturated fat.

        9.Blueberry Smoothie

A fruit smoothie is a delicious way to get extra calcium and antioxidants during the day. Blend 1/3 cup nonfat yoghurt, 2/3 cup frozen blueberries, and ice. "It's very cool and refreshing," Blake says. "That reduces your ability to drink quickly." Snacks that take longer to prepare are often more satisfying.

       10.One-third cup Edamame

These young soybeans are one of the healthiest snacks available. A half-cup contains more than 8 g of protein and 4 g of fibre, which will help keep you full. As an added bonus, you'll get nearly 10% of your daily iron requirement. Edamame can be purchased in ready-to-eat containers for a quick snack on the go.

       11.Three-Fourth Cup Frozen Mango Cube

These can be purchased pre-packaged or made from scratch. Blake describes it as "having frozen candy." "It's an excellent source of beta-carotene and fibre while also satisfying your sweet tooth." A 3/4 cup serving contains only 90 calories and provides 60% of your daily vitamin C requirement.

       12.Baby Carrot with Hummus Eight in Count

Dip eight large baby carrots into 2 tablespoons hummus when you want a satisfying crunch. Carrots are high in vitamin A and beta carotene, and hummus adds protein. Pre-packaged baby carrots are convenient, and hummus comes in a variety of flavours.

       13.Apple Slices with Peanut Butter

Combining sweet and salty flavours is a tried-and-true way to satisfy hunger. Measure out 3/4 cup apple slices and spread each with a thin layer of unsalted peanut butter. Use no more than 2 teaspoons of peanut butter in total to stay under 90 calories.

       14.Yogurt with Seeds of Sunflower

1/2 cup nonfat plain yoghurt with a teaspoon of sunflower seeds The seeds add texture while only adding 19 calories. The yoghurt contains protein, and the entire snack contains less than half a gramme of saturated fat. Use unsalted sunflower seeds, especially if you're watching your sodium intake.

       15.Non-fat Greek Yogurt consumed with Honey

Greek yoghurt is distinguished by its extra-creamy texture and high protein content. A 1/2 cup of nonfat plain Greek yoghurt contains 12 g of protein, which will help you stay full. With a teaspoon of honey drizzled on top, the snack has 84 calories. The best part is that you might feel as if you're eating dessert.

       16.Baked Potato with Salsa

Microwave a baked potato for a quick snack that's high in vitamin C but low in calories. A half-medium baked potato has 80 calories; keeps the skin, which is high in nutrients. Spread a heaping tablespoon of salsa on top to spice it up while remaining under 100 calories.

       17.Frozen Yogurt Sandwich

Nonfat frozen yoghurt is a healthy alternative to ice cream, and sugar-free varieties are easy to find. Spread two tablespoons of nonfat frozen yoghurt between two graham cracker squares to make a "FroYo" sandwich. Even with chocolate frozen yoghurt, the calorie count is only 84.


Don't be put off by the high fat content of pistachios; the majority of the fat is unsaturated or "good" fat. 20 pistachios contain only 80 calories and less than a gramme of saturated fat. They're also high in protein, fibre, and a variety of vitamins and minerals. Eat them raw or dry roasted without salt to avoid an unhealthy dose of sodium.

       19.Frozen Banana Top

Try frozen banana pops as a novel way to incorporate more fruit into your diet. Insert popsicle sticks into several peeled banana halves. Coat each half with an ounce of plain low-fat yoghurt. Place the pops in the freezer and you'll have ready-to-eat low-calorie treats in no time. At just under 80 calories per serving, this is a guilt-free snack.

       20.A Cup of Tomato Soup

Tomato soup is high in anti-inflammatory nutrients but has only 74 calories per cup, no cholesterol, and less than 1 gramme of saturated fat. Just keep in mind that there are many different kinds. Cream of tomato contains significantly more fat and calories. When purchasing canned soup, look for "low sodium" labels and the calorie count.

       21.One-third Cup Dry Oat Squares Cereal

If you like cereal, try skipping the milk for a quick, low-calorie snack. Put 1/3 cup dry oat squares cereal in baggies to keep in the car or at work. Each serving contains 70 calories and very little saturated fat. Other whole-grain cereals work well as well. Just avoid overly sweetened varieties.

       22.A Cup of Grapes

Grapes are high in water, so a whole cup contains only 62 calories. The water content gives you a full feeling and keeps you hydrated. Grapes are also high in vitamin K and manganese, and they contain some fibre. They're delicious either fresh or frozen.

       23.Smoked Salmon Pinwheel

Spread 1 tablespoon of low-fat cream cheese onto a slice of smoked salmon (lox) and roll it up for a savoury snack under 60 calories. Although the salt used to cure the salmon raises the sodium content, it is high in protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. If you use less cream cheese, you can have two pinwheels for less than 100 calories.

      24.A Cup of Jicama Sticks and Salsa

Jicama root is a vegetable that is frequently overlooked. Despite this, it is extremely low in calories and provides a satisfying crunch. Dip the jicama in salsa after slicing it into French fry-sized sticks. You can eat an entire cupful for 54 calories.

      25.Cannellini or Baked Beans Stuffed Mini Bell Peppers with Spices and Herbs

Mini sweet peppers are great when stuffed with healthy fillings. 4 tbsp. cannellini or black beans, mashed, with oregano, basil, parsley, paprika, garlic powder, cumin, salt, and pepper. This mixture should fill three mini bell peppers. They don't need to be cooked.


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