18 On-the-Go Snacks Under 175 Calories: Jerky, Bars, Cheese & More

Dec 14 2018
Smart holiday season strategy #87: Always have emergency snacks! They’ll save you from making bad food decisions. Here are 18 of our current favorites… Think of ‘em as your edible back-up plan!

Snack Bars & Beyond

Our latest obsession in the bar world? Kid-sized snack bars! By that we mean the bars are sized for kids, not the size of kids…

Meat Snacks

Jerky isn’t your only option these days… Krave Bars feature meat with fruit & quinoa!

Nuts 'n Beans

Crunchy bean snacks will crush a chip craving while delivering a dose of protein. And portion-controlled nuts never go out of style…

Say Cheese

While these snacks can’t live indefinitely outside your fridge, we highly recommend grabbing one on your way out the door!

Sweet Treats

Need something sweet to stop you from caving to over-caloried desserts? Check these out…

Looking for filling fruits & veggies to snack on? Check out this list!

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