1. Apples and Almond Butter
Fall back into childhood with the signature snack of apples and peanut butter but this time use a healthier almond butter.
4.5 grams of protein, 5.9 grams of fiber, 190 calories.
2. One-Minute Greek Yogurt Cookie Dough
Yes, trust me this is real! Exchange the fat and salmonella for this protein-packed alternative.
26 grams of protein and 155 calories. Get the recipe here.
3. Sweet Potato Chips
The best thing about this recipe is that you can make it in no time using your microwave!
Use one whole sweet potato, and these crispy chips will have 136 calories, 4 grams of fiber, and 2 grams of protein.
4. Baked Carrot Fries
Great for kids, and also kidults!
One serving of these "fries" comes with about 53 calories and 2.5 grams of fiber.
5. Greek Yogurt and Fruit
Jazz up your mid-morning snack with this berry parfait recipe!
All you need is some non-fat vanilla yogurt, berries and toasted oats.
Added bonus: The ingredients can help fight cancer.
6. Roasted Nuts
For peanuts in the shell, measure out 1 ½ cups for a calorie-controlled and vitamin E packed snack.
Not a peanut fan? Choose any other shelled, dry roasted or raw nut —they contain approximately 7 calories per piece.
7. Two Hard-Boiled Eggs
Two eggs might seem small, but the combined 12 grams of protein in just 155 calories will keep you full and satisfied.
Plus, few nutrition powerhouses are simpler to make ahead of time and eat on-the-go than hard-boiled eggs.
8. Turkey and Cheese Rollup
Roll a one-ounce slice of turkey and a one-ounce slice of cheese together to get a nutritious snack that has just 140 calories, depending on the type of cheese used.
If you’re watching your fat intake, go for a lower-fat cheese, such as Swiss, and if you’re trying to cut back on sodium, use baked turkey breast meat instead of sliced deli meat, which is high in sodium.
9. Cereal and Non-Fat Milk
Hungry in a pinch? Turn to the college-student staple snack of low-sugar cereal and non-fat milk.
About a cup of skim milk and a cup of your favorite toasted o-shaped cereal, for example, adds up to 183 calories.
The key is choosing a healthy cereal that has more fiber than it does sugar and watching the serving size.
Drink your fruits and veggies with this mix of banana, apple, strawberries, and kale!
195 calories for an 8-ounce glass.
11. Berries and Basil and Cream Cheese Toast
About 176 calories and 5 grams of protein.
12. Orville Redenbacher's Smart Pop Butter Popcorn
I promise you it's better than you think! Throw this snack in the microwave, pop in a movie and invite your friends over for a guilt-free night.
Smart Pop has only 2 grams of fat per bag and 60 percent less sodium than regular microwave popcorn.
13. Pretzels and Hummus
Traveling soon? Whether on a plane or in the car, this sharable hummus and pretzel pack comes to the rescue when hunger strikes.
14. Cottage Cheese with Oranges or Peaches
Don't knock it till you try it! It’s a good source of protein and calcium combined with natural sweetness from the fruit.
Low-fat cottage cheese has about 97 calories per half-cup serving, and one cup of canned mandarin oranges has about 72 calories — the perfect kid-friendly snack.
15. Peanut Butter Cheese Crackers
These are vegan and gluten-free, FYI!
Two sandwiches come with 5 grams of protein, 3 grams of fiber, and 158 calories.
16. Sliced Tomatoes With Feta and Basil
Caprese salad to the rescue!
129 calories and 6 grams of protein.
17. Tomato and Feta Cheese on Crispbread
Healthier version to your favorite sandwhich!
Roughly 175 calories, 6 grams of protein, and 3 grams of fiber.
18. Peanut Butter Granola Bites
You can never go wrong with some peanut butter!
Each bite has 3.5 grams of protein and 113 calories.
19. Kale Chips With Sea Salt and Smoked Paprika
Crunchy and tasty feel of chips without the calories and fat!
One serving comes with 77.5 calories.
20. Honey-Roasted Cinnamon Chickpeas
Finger food for the heart!
6 grams of protein, 4.5 grams of fiber, and 146 calories.