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Under 100 Calorie Snacks

Looking for healthy and tasty snacks under 100 calories? These snacks are perfect for any time. From refreshing drinks to frozen snacks and fruit salads, these snacks take advantage of summer produce. So you can feel healthy about munching on these sweet and savory treats in just 100 calories or less per serving. These low-calorie and delicious snacks are easy to make with a few ingredients and are ideal for summer. So let’s jump to these recipes and enjoy. 

Frozen Yogurt Bark

Lightly sweetened Greek yogurt gets studded with chocolate chips and fresh strawberries and then frozen so you can break it into bites. This healthy dessert or colorful snack is perfect for both kids and adults.

Greek Yogurt And Raspberry

The protein from yogurt and fiber from raspberries make this snack a delicious and healthy snack. Mix half-cup plain Greek yogurt with one-third cup of fresh raspberries in a bowl. For a nutritious 100-calorie treat that feels decadent as a bonus, you’ll be getting about 187mg of calcium.

Mixed Berries

Mix a half cup of blueberries, four medium strawberries, and a half cup of blackberries for antioxidants clocking in just under 100 calories.

Tuna Salad And Veggies

This tuna salad sandwich is lighter and more satisfying. Mix a tuna can of 3 ounces with mashed avocado or low-fat mayo, then eat it with cucumbers or your favorite veggies. You’ll get protein from tuna and tons of fiber from the veggies.

Hard-Boiled Eggs

A protein snack like eggs for the morning or afternoon is the perfect boost. The protein will keep you full. Boil up some eggs, put them in the fridge, and you can eat a quick snack of just 78 calories. In addition, eggs are a few food sources that offer vitamin D, a key nutrient for bone and general health.

Chocolate-Dipped Frozen Banana Bites

These frosty morsels of frozen banana, vegan chocolate, and peanut butter make an easy dessert or a perfect low-calorie snack. These banana bites store great in the freezer.

Mashed Avocado Crackers

Avocados are an excellent source of potassium and are high in healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, which help regulate blood pressure and balance sodium in the body. Add a few whole-grain crackers and two tablespoons of mashed avocado for an easy snack. 

Cucumber And Olive Tapenade

Cut a cucumber, slice it into bite-size pieces, then put a small amount of olive tapenade. A cup of cucumber slices has 16 calories, while an olive tapenade has plenty of healthy monounsaturated fats. 

Lentil Soup

If you’re craving something filling and warm, go for a cup of lentil soup. It has tons of plant-based protein and fiber that keep you full. In addition, you’ll feel satisfied with all the delicious flavors coming through in your dish.

Salted Coconut Caramel Energy Balls

A blend of dates, salt, sunflower seed butter, and vanilla makes these bites taste like salted caramel in flavor and texture. Blend the ingredients together to make a paste, form them into balls and place them in the fridge to set. The extra effort is worth it for the sweet and satisfying snack.

Slice Of Raisin Bread

Try a piece of sprouted cinnamon raisin bread for a healthy morning snack. But, of course, with 80 calories, 4 g of protein, and 2 g of fiber per slice, you can go and top this bread with one teaspoon of nut butter.

Rice Cakes With Avocado

While keeping you full and satisfied, using crackers or rice cakes instead of bread helps reduce the calories from the creamy, healthy fats.

1 Cup Of Cheerios

This classic kids’ snack can work for adults, too. You can enjoy a cup of crunchy Cheerios for a healthy snack of only 104 calories. You’ll also get nearly 3 g of fiber, which is a good source, and some calcium, about 100 mg. 

Tofu Lettuce Wrap

For a light summer lunch or a more substantial snack, make a lettuce leaf wrap with baked tofu and a squeeze of fresh lemon. A half-cup of tofu has about 95 calories and provides high-quality plant protein that has been protective against some cancers.

Berry Smoothie

Smoothies are an easy snack to pack in many nutrients and even add extra veggies into your diet. For example, blend a handful of frozen spinach, one teaspoon of dried spirulina, a half cup of frozen blueberries, and 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk for a low-cal smoothie snack that offers tons of vitamins and minerals. For example, spinach is a good source of calcium (145 mg) and iron (2 mg) in a half-cup.

Hard-Boiled Eggs And A Side Of Fruit

Pair a hard-boiled egg with your favorite fruit. The protein in the egg will make you full, and melons have a high water content, giving you a hydrating energy boost.

Nonfat Greek Yogurt

A half-cup serving of Greek yogurt is a healthy and satisfying snack that’s easy to grab on the go. Greek yogurt provides important nutrients for bone health. According to the USDA, choose a fat-free yogurt to stay under the 100-calorie; plus, pack in a large 12.5 g of protein and 136 mg of calcium, making for a good source per half-cup. This snack is also full of probiotics, which promote gut health.


A warm bowl of oatmeal is a healthy snack. Oatmeal’s slow-digesting carbs help stabilize blood sugar and will help keep hunger at bay. Enjoy it with some granola and fresh fruit for a satisfying snack.

Beet Crackers With Flax Seeds

A vegan, gluten-free, and crunchy snack that is perfect for school lunch for your kids, great on the go, or as party finger foods. Beet crackers ready in just a few minutes with flax seeds are easy to make with few ingredients.

Quinoa Salad

Quinoa is relatively high in protein which is a seed that acts like a grain. Make a quick quinoa salad by adding a half-cup of quinoa, about 100 calories, with some lemon juice and chopped parsley. 

Small Latte With Skim Milk

Coffee has a ton of health benefits. Have a latte with skim milk and get lower sugar and calories. Lattes are mostly milk, and hot beverages are satiating, which is a good source of protein and calcium. According to the USDA, just 1 cup of skim milk offers 83 calories, 322 mg of calcium, and 8.4 g of protein.

Final Words

According to dietitians, snacking can be healthy and good for you if you do it right. When you get a balance of protein, healthy fat, and fiber, you’ll tamp down cravings, stabilize your blood sugar, and feel less hungry during your next meal. Try out these refreshing snacks next time you’re itching for a satisfying bite. 


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