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100 Calorie Snacks That Don’t Come in Packs

By JulieVR |

100 calorie snack packs are all the rage these days, providing portability, convenience and portion control. They’re also most often overpriced, and come with plenty of excess packaging. If you want to save money and the planet along with your waistline, 100 calorie snacks don’t have to come from packs – DIY munchies are easy to prepare using real food – you control what goes into them, and you can have something tasty and fresh, rather than dry and packaged. Eat up!

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Healthy snack recipes

Apple Chips

These crisp apple chips will change the way you snack on apples! They ring in at under 100 calories per cup.

Family Kitchen has the recipe!

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About JulieVR



Julie Van Rosendaal is the author of five best-selling cookbooks, food editor of Parents Canada magazine, a CBC Radio columnist and a freelance writer. Her award-winning blog, Dinner with Julie documents life in her home kitchen in Canada with her husband and 7-year-old son. Read bio and latest posts → Read Julie's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “100 Calorie Snacks That Don’t Come in Packs

  1. Michele says:

    Great ideas! Here are some more:
    Pineapple with raisins mixed in
    Low fat (or no fat) cottage cheese that has been jazzed up (I like it with horseradish – really!)
    3 crackers with a little peanut butter and a pickle on top (don’t knock it until you’ve tried it)
    Endive with a little smoked salmon blended with no fat sour cream
    Corn, tomato and chopped red onion “salsa” with some pita

  2. Ruth Loughlin says:

    Not only are pumpkins seeds good for you, but they help to get rid of headaches too.

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