By Anna Redman
Snacks don’t have to be unhealthy to taste good. There are plenty of ways to satisfy your cravings without breaking your diet goals.
Top a piece of whole-wheat bread with two teaspoons of peanut butter and half a cup of berries for this grown-up version of PB and J.
Instant oatmeal is easy to make and delicious to eat. This is a great, low-fat way to snag your must-have three o’clock sugar fix.
Mix one cup of mango cubes with three ounces of vanilla yogurt for a fruity afternoon snack.
Nine crackers, each topped with 1/3 of a slab of light Laughing Cow cheese bites, will kick a cheese craving without killing your diet.
Munch on ten carrot sticks with two tablespoons of your favourite dip (just make sure it’s under 150 calories!)
For a great source of fibre, calcium, and protein, sprinkle half a cup of blueberries over a cup of your favourite organic Greek yogurt.
Slice an overripe banana into cubes and freeze overnight for a deliciously creamy mid-morning snack.
One cup of no-sugar-added applesauce topped with 10 pecan halves will tide you over until lunch.
One tablespoon of peanut butter makes a medium apple taste so much better. Slice and dip for a fun and healthy bite.
Pair 12 almonds with an orange for the ideal on-the-go combo.