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Greek yogurt and berries
A serving of plain Greek yogurt topped with a handful of berries is a protein-rich, fiber-filled snack, says Tamara Duker Freuman, M.S., R.D., C.D.N.
Tuna salad and veggies
This twist on a tuna salad sandwich is lighter but just as satisfying. “Mix a 3-ounce can of tuna with low-fat mayo or a bit of mashed avocado.
If you’re craving something warm and filling, opt for a cup of lentil soup, which is loaded with plant-based protein and fiber to keep you full.
Guacamole and broccoli
Trade in tortilla chips for broccoli florets, either raw or steamed when you need a crunchy fix, Ilana Muhlstein, M.S., R.D.N., creator of 2B Mindset, suggests.
This play on a whipped mousse packs a big punch of protein. Mix a serving of plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt with 1/4 banana sliced and two tablespoons of powdered
Goat cheese and pears
Try pairing 1 ounce of salty goat cheese with fiber-rich pear slices for a sweet and savory snack that tastes more decadent than it is.
When you can’t decide whether to go salty or sweet, have both. Pair a hardboiled egg with a serving of melon or your favorite fruit, Freuman says.
Add your spices to them, like cumin, black pepper, and paprika, or make it sweet with cinnamon, nutmeg, and a touch of honey. Then, portion them out in 1/3 cup and munch
Lox with cream cheese on crackers
Revamp your bagel order with this lower-carb, yet filling version. Top a few whole-grain crackers ( Scandinavian-style whole-grain crispbreads) with cream cheese
Eating on a stick not only helps with portion control but gives you another interesting, creative way to enjoy your food. Combining mozzarella balls with fresh basil leaves
10 Healthy and Energizing Snacks