The Most Filling Snacks Under 150 Calories

Oct 26 2018
Snack attack! When you need a little something that'll truly satisfy between-meal hunger, look for foods with protein, fiber, and big portions... without oversized calorie counts, of course! Here are thirty of our favorites...

Filling Fruits & Veggies

When it comes to produce that doesn't leave you hungry an hour later, you need fiber, and these fruits 'n veggies have it! Pro tip: Dip those low-calorie veggies in salsa, hummus, or calorie-slashed guacamole!

Apple: 1 large: 116 calories ⭑ Banana: 1 large: 121 calories ⭑ Raspberries: 2 cups: 128 calories ⭑ Blueberries: 1 1/2 cups: 127 calories Broccoli: 2 cups: 62 calories Snap peas: 2 cups: 53 calories Baby carrots: 20 medium: 70 calories Jicama: 2 cups, sliced: 91 calories

Packaged Snacks that Pack Satisfaction

Don't stick to chips and crackers... Unconventional snacks like soup, oatmeal, and tuna are where it’s at!

Snack-Friendly Recipes

Ready to take things to the next level? Make your own snacks! Prep a few batches on the weekend, and you'll be set for days...

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October is National Apple Month, and we could really go for a bowl of Scoopable Slow-Cooker Apple Pie right about now!

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