Trying To Lose Weight ? Take A Look At 10 Surprising 100-Calorie Snacks - Healthy Tips Center

Trying To Lose Weight ? Take A Look At 10 Surprising 100-Calorie Snacks

You can still enjoy these popular snacks without jeopardizing your diet and keep control of your calories; you only need three ingredients and can be prepared very fast.


Here they are – enjoy:                                         

Cheese and tomato toasty – 93kcal (390kJ)

This is a slimmed-down British classic. Its preparation is simple:

  • chop the tomato and spring onion,
  • sprinkle them over a slice of crisp bread,
  • cover with grated cheese and
  • place it under a pre-heated grill for a couple of minutes.

Necessary ingredients:

  • 1 wholegrain crisp bread: 39kcal (164kJ)
  • 15g of grated 30% less fat mature cheese: 47kcal (197kJ)
  • 40g of tomato: 7kcal (29kJ)
  • an optional sprinkling of chopped spring onion (nominal calories)

Hot chocolate with marshmallows – 99kcal (416kJ)

Indulge yourself with some diet hot chocolate. A small amount of marshmallows has been added for additional flavor.

To prepare this you need:

  • 1 sachet of diet hot chocolate: 60kcal (252kJ)
  • 200ml of hot water
  • 12g of mini marshmallows: 39kcal (164kJ)

‘Three-fruit’ fruit salad – 102kcal (428kJ)

Refresh yourself with this “three-fruit” fruit salad which includes tinned pineapple. It provides 2.5 portions of fruit from the prescribed and recommended 5 a day.


  • 50g of seedless black grapes, cut in half: 30kcal (126kJ)
  • 50g of a diced apple: 26kcal (109kJ)
  • 100g of chopped tinned pineapple in juice: 46kcal (193kJ)

Cheese and pickle canapés – 100kcal (420kJ)

You will not break the limit of your calories even if you have three of these snacks. In order to make the slices thin, use a potato peeler. Put pickle and gherkin slices on the top.

You will need:

  • 3 water biscuits: 42kcal (176kJ)
  • 15g of 30% less fat mature cheddar: 46kcal (193kJ)
  • 30g of gherkin: 4kcal (17kJ)
  • 6g (1 teaspoon) of pickle: 8kcal (34kJ)

Strawberries and cream – 92kcal (386kJ)

Yes, it contains 100kcal (420kJ) and you can also add it to your diet. You will need ripe strawberries in order to prepare it.


  • 110g of strawberries: 30kcal (126kJ)
  • 30g of half-fat crème fraîche: 62kcal (260kJ)

Smoked salmon and cream cheese parcels – 106kcal (445kJ)

In order to prepare it, place four strips of salmon on an even surface and spread 5g of soft cheese mixed with some dill at one end of each strip. Gently fold each strip into rolls, starting from the cheese end.

You will need:

  • 48g of smoked salmon cut into four even strips: 68kcal (286kJ)
  • 20g of medium-fat soft cheese (5g per parcel): 36kcal (151kJ)
  • 2ml of lemon juice: 2kcal (8.4kJ)
  • optional sprinkling of fresh dill (nominal calories)

Apple and peanut butter – 96kcal (403kJ)

If you’d like to have something crunchy and nutty, this is one of the best choice. It’s a combination of peanut butter and fresh apple slices.


  • 50g of sliced apple: 26kcal (109kJ)
  • 12g (1 teaspoon) of peanut butter: 70kcal (294kJ)
  • optional sprinkling of cinnamon (nominal calories)

Baked beans on toast – 99kcal (416kJ)

Even if you are careful with your calories you may still enjoy this snack. Don’t forget after its toasted, to weigh your slice of bread.

You will need:

  • a 22g slice of toasted wholegrain or whole meal bread: 48kcal (202kJ)
  • 60g of baked beans: 51kcal (214kJ)
  • optional sprinkling of chives (calories nominal)

Banana milkshake – 98kcal (412kJ)

You may have asked you what to do with the very ripe bananas. This is how you can use them and make a delicious and creamy milkshake. Blend the milk with the bananas and you may sprinkle on some cinnamon if you wish.


  • 100ml of semi-skimmed milk: 46kcal (193kJ)
  • 55g of very ripe banana: 52kcal (218kJ)
  • optional sprinkling of cinnamon (nominal calories)

Homemade popcorn – 89kcal (374kJ)

Last, but not the least is the freshly made homemade popcorn with which you may have some freshly baked bread.

  • 20g of popping corn: 62kcal (260kJ)
  • 3g (1 teaspoon) of oil: 27kcal (113kJ)
  • optional sprinkling of chili powder and Worcestershire sauce (nominal calories)
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