Friday, 31 July 2015

3-Ingredient Snacks For Under 150 Calories

When you need to grab an easy snack, check out one of these recipes that are made with three ingredients or less! Craving something sweet? Whip up these popsicle-like yogurt- and chia-seed-covered frozen grapes. Each 10-grape serving is just 52 calories. Keep reading for more simple snack inspiration.

Frozen Banana Pops
Make these treats with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen — you only need a banana, yogurt (I used soy), and chocolate chips. One popsicle is 78 calories.

Baked Cinnamon Banana Chips
These irresistible sweet little gems are seasoned with cinnamon to satisfy sugar cravings, and the addictive chewiness might have you devouring the entire batch. But don't worry — half a batch is under 150 calories.

A frozen snack to satisfy your ice cream cravings, these smudgies are made with banana, peanut butter, and graham crackers.

Vegan Banana-Oat Protein Balls
Made with just rolled oats, protein powder, and banana, each 47-calorie ball offers 2.7 grams of protein.

Dried Cantaloupe
Bonus! This snack is only one ingredient and each delicious, chewy serving is just 25 calories!

High-Protein Banana and PB Snack
If you love the classic combo of banana with peanut butter, jazz your snack up by adding protein powder.

Striped Apple Cinnamon Fruit Leather
This snack couldn't be easier. All you need is applesauce from the jar and cinnamon. One serving is just 18 calories.

Banana Peanut Butter Ice Cream
Another frozen treat, this dessert is made with just frozen bananas and creamy peanut butter, so it makes a healthy 150-calorie snack.

Chunky Apple Orange Almond Spread
Juicy, sweet, and made with just an apple, raw almonds, and a little orange juice, thisspread is only 42 calories and tastes delicious served on crackers.

Fruit and Nut Bars
If you like Larabars, make your own fruit and nut bars! These 148-calorie bars are made with almonds, dates, and raisins.

Kabocha Squash Fries
Squash isn't just for dinner! When french fry cravings strike, bake up these squash fries.

Carrot Chips
Craving potato chips? Make a healthier version using carrots — each serving is just 79 calories.

Almond-Butter- and Granola-Filled Dates
Cut a date in half, remove the pit, fill it with some almond butter, top with granola, and yum! This snack tastes like dessert.

Kale Chips
Bake up a batch of these crispy chips, made with just kale, olive oil, and salt and pepper.


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