1. Tropical Smoothie Bowl
Bursting with vibrant flavor, this fruity smoothie bowl is a rich source of fiber but only has 180 calories. Fiber-rich foods like fresh fruit can help keep you satiated. A star ingredient in this bowl is frozen mango, which provides more than half your day’s worth of vitamin C in just one cup. Top it with chopped almonds and shredded coconut for even more fiber and a dose of healthy fats to help round out the snack and keep you full.
2. Kale “Chips”
One of the healthiest vegetables, kale is low in calories but high in water content, vitamins and minerals. These crispy “chips” are the ultimate low-calorie and low-carb snacking option but are packed with nutrients and fiber. Munch on the chips by themselves or pair them with low-fat buttermilk ranch. If you are choosing the store-bought kind, look for as few ingredients as possible. Kale chips (similar to potato chips) should contain just kale, oil, salt, pepper and some seasoning like garlic and onion powder.