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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Guilt-free snackin'

"Snacks." Even the word sounds tasty. Sounds like something you just gotta have, doesn't it? They're like little presents to your tummy to tell it, "Shh... It's OK. I haven't forgotten about you since breakfast. Don't worry. >insert "Lunch" or "Dinner" here< face="georgia">
Here are some of my favorite snacks that are under 150 calories:

Campbell's Soup At Hand (I love the Creamy Chicken, the Velvety Potato and the New England Clam Chowder.)
Curves snack bars (I'm not really interested in working out at the Curves gyms [I like Ideal Fitness], but the chocolate- peanut-y granola-y bars are delicious!)
Almost all of the little 100 calorie snacks (I like the Chocolate Goldfish from Pepperidge Farm)
Sugar-free Jello-o and RediWhip. (How can something so good have like, 10 calories, and next to no carbs?)
And, of course, fruit. Which reminds me: I need to get my honeycrisp fix...

Do you have any favorite snacks that have less than 150 calories?


at 1:08 PM Anonymous Schottzie03 said...

I take the Lorna Doone 100 calorie packs, put a zero calorie dollop of ff whipped cream on it, and add some strawberries, and stir it all up.

Please don't tell anyone...most people think I am rather manly.

at 3:54 PM Blogger Julie said...

130 calories=Trader Joe's Lightly Salted, Crunchy Green Beans. Addictive, but sooo good.

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