10 Delicious Low-calorie Snacks That Won't Leave You Hungry

Mango with chilli and lime

Low in calories and fat, it provides over 50% of your daily vitamin C requirement, as well as other nutrients like vitamins A and B, copper, and fiber.

Watermelon with sunflower seeds

Watermelon is high in fiber and water which can make it a filling snack. 

Homemade popcorn

Popcorn is low calorie and high volume and if you skip on added butter it can be a healthy choice. 

Apple slices with nut butter and cinnamon

Apples and nut butter can be an alternative to "nachos" and satisfy your sweet tooth.

Hummus with veggies

You can also experiment with making different types of hummus, including garlic hummus, sun-dried tomato hummus, bell pepper hummus, and black bean hummus.

Roasted beans

Beans on the other hand are lower in calories and offer protein and fiber. She suggests trying roasted chickpeas, edamame, or fava beans. 

Chia pudding

Chia pudding can be a rich and creamy snack. Kaidanian says to make your own with unsweetened almond milk.

Vegetable soup

If you're in the mood for comfort food, have some vegetable soup. 

Store-bought soups often have a lot of sodium, so make your own at home, if possible. Kaidanian recommends adding beans or cubed tofu to bump up the protein.

Kale chips

You can make your own at home by tossing kale with some olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and sea salt, and popping it in the oven for around 20 minutes. 

Baked sweet potato fries

Baked sweet potato fries are better than regular fries and just as tasty. 

Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants and can contribute to better eyesight, immunity, and blood sugar management. 

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