100-Calorie Midnight Snacks: 7 Crazy Cool Noshes

It’s midnight and you’ve got that bite in your belly. No need to wait until morning! Midnight snacking doesn’t have to be feared, nor does it have to break the calorie bank. Whether you’re kicking it with your girlfriends, staying up late to study, or stuck inside a late-night movie marathon, here are 7 treats you can totally eat, even as the clock chimes bedtime!

  • Cottage Cheese with Blueberries 1 of 7
    Cottage Cheese with Blueberries
    Grab 1/2 cup of nonfat cottage cheese, top it with 1/4 cup of blueberries, then dig into your snack before bedtime for a treat which offers protein, carbs, and a whole lot of goodness to your bedtime routine. (photo:
  • A Spoonful of Peanut Butter 2 of 7
    A Spoonful of Peanut Butter
    One tablespoon of reduced-fat peanut butter, four dark chocolate chips, and you've got a 100-calorie indulgence that will calm those midnight tummy grumbles. (photo:
  • Hardboiled Egg 3 of 7
    Hardboiled Egg
    One hardboiled egg rings in at about 70 calories. Served with salt & cayenne pepper, this is the way to nosh at night! (photo:
  • Air-Popped Popcorn 4 of 7
    Air-Popped Popcorn
    Nix the microwaved stuff, air popped popcorn with a bit of salt sprinkled on top offers some serious snacking (a full three cups equals just under 100 calories), while offering high-fiber nutrition. (photo:
  • Homemade Hummus & Veggies 5 of 7
    Homemade Hummus & Veggies
    Two tablespoons of this beautiful homemade hummus , served with a bunch of fresh veggies, makes the perfect 100-calorie bedtime snack!
    Get the recipe for Homemade Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
  • Banana Soymilk Smoothies 6 of 7
    Banana Soymilk Smoothies
    Whip up a batch of this Banana Soymilk Smoothie (one recipe makes four 100-calorie servings) then indulge in a bit of sweetness before you hit the hay.
    Click for the recipe from Banana Soymilk Smoothie.
  • Turkey Rollups 7 of 7
    Turkey Rollups
    Try these protein and veggieTurkey Roll-Ups, which weigh in at about 90 calories per serving. The perfect way to feed your belly before bedtime.
    Click for the recipe from Food Network.

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