4 Oz. of Non-fat yogurt and drizzled with maple syrup. Is interesting to the palate and tastes better than it sounds! You can use honey or agave nectar for variety. The yogurt has 9 grams of protein, and 10% of your daily requirement of calcium as a bonus to the yummy taste! Depending on the sweetener, between 84 to 95 calories. We like Chobani Greek yogurt best -- and they don't even pay-us to say that.
Italian Quesadilla! Utilizing a 6 inch, whole wheat tortilla, sprinkle two table-spoons of re-duced fat Parmesan, Mozzarello, Asiago, or Romano with one teaspoon of Olive oil. Micro-wave for 5 seconds or pan-heat with low-fat frying spray. Magnifico!
Whole Grain Bread / Pretzel Sticks. Avoid the empty calories and high glycemic index of 'white bread' and go for the high-fiber, whole wheat or multi-grain sticks. Up to 6 whole grain pretzel sticks will be under 100 calories.
Frozen Banana or Blueberry Pops! We suggest you make a least 6 at a time. For 6 pops, blend 16 ounces of Chobani yogurt with 8 ounces of fresh banana or fresh blueberries and a 8 ounces of ice. 1 - 3 drips (yes drips!!) of Stevia if you have a sweet-tooth. Frappe for 30 seconds, pour into popsicle moulds, add sticks, throw in the freezer and voila! Protein, calcium, potassium and less than 100 calories. If you eat the wooden stick add 4 grams of insoluble fiber! Just kidding about the fiber :>) .
Seedless Green or Seeded Purple Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrapes! If you have a sweet tooth and can take a higher-glycemic index snack, upto 12 ouces of green or purple grapes are under 100 calories. For sugar conscious health -- we suggest no more than 8 0unces at one sitting. Trace minerals and some fiber round-out this portable, yummy snack.