snack time hits at 3pm and the best way to avoid filling up on junk is to have delicious alternatives, each of which boasts around 100 calories.
Turkey and Breadstick Rollups
Spread two teaspoons of honey mustard on one slice of deli turkey and wrap it around a sesame breadstick. You can actually eat two of these roll-ups and still come in around 100 calories.
A handful of nuts is a great option. Try 14 almonds, 17 peanuts, or 25 pistachios.
The low-fat or low-sugar bars come in right around or just under 100.
Peanut Butter and Celery Sticks
A cup of celery only has 19 calories and two teaspoons of peanut butter has 64 – plus it includes protein, which keeps you filling full longer.
Aside from its health benefits (it’s full of protein, vitamin D, and calcium,) yogurt can satisfy dessert cravings without the guilt. And with so many low-fat and fat-free products, it’s easy to stay around the 100-calorie mark.
Carrots and Hummus
A cup of baby carrots (50 calories) into a couple tablespoons of hummus (50 calories) equals a wholesome treat.
To make your own fruit salad and stay under the 100 calorie mark, slice half a medium banana into round disks, cut half an apple into little wedges, grab five to six grapes, put them in a sealable container, and sprinkle with a little cinnamon.
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