favorite low cal meals/snacks!?
Posted 16 September 2020 - 06:41 PM
Posted 16 September 2020 - 08:08 PM
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Posted 16 September 2020 - 10:59 PM
sliced tomato - 1 is 27 cals
cherrios (not honey nut) a pretty decent portion is 150ish
low fat cottage cheese - like 2 cups is 400 or something last I checked
sweet potato - weigh your potato to be accurate but a pretty filling portion is pretty low!
halo top is obv but I love having a whole pint of ice cream for a meal
cool whip - the whole tub is 650 I believe (and its a lot! you dont need the whole thing lol)
carrots are great for mouthfeel
popcorn is light but watch out for the kinds with that weird butter grease stuff
good fish is expensive but yuuuuuummm and its low cal
cocktail shrimp in a low cal sauce
imitation crap is p good
soup is pretty safe as long as its a light version
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Posted 17 September 2020 - 12:25 AM
Posted 17 September 2020 - 01:41 AM
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Posted 17 September 2020 - 01:49 AM
an ungodly amount of cantaloupe! you can feel pregnant for only like 200 calories.
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Posted 17 September 2020 - 04:52 AM
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Posted 17 September 2020 - 04:56 AM
Skyr yoghurt for me, also FibreOne bars make a good snack. Low cal ice creams I have as a meal, konjac noodles are good too if you prepare them right
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Posted 17 September 2020 - 07:30 AM
quarter cup oatmeal (75) egg (70) small sugar cookie (53) = 198 calories. the sugar cookie puts off binges because i enjoy small sweets and don't fully cut myself off. the oatmeal keep's me satisfied before my next meal. the egg gives me enough protein to start my day focused and think more clearly. it's my favorite meal. i put the egg and oatmeal in a bowl together with salt and pepper, and put the cookie on the side. if you dont like savory oatmeal you can always put the egg on a small plate to the side and crumble the cookie into the oatmeal instead. i do either.
serving of tofu (70-90) quarter cup of rice (50) tikka masala sauce (50). doesn't sound like much but it fills a small dinner sized bowl for me. the tofu is my protein, i like rice because it keeps me satisfied, and the tikka masala sauce is how i flavor it all and its so warm and feels great. spicier foods also put off hunger
cauliflower rice is fun to make, you just put chopped up pieces of cauliflower in a food processor or blender till its like rice and cook it up with soy sauce. depending on how much you eat and sauce you want its still very low cal
i really like peanut butter crackers for cravings (200 for six big crackers) butter/ club crackers (70 for four crackers) fiber one brownies (70-90 depending where you live) jello (70)
i like taking a tortilla (50) and putting a quarter cup vegan cheese on it (70) and folding it over. i cook it in a skillet and make a really good quesadilla! you can season it with mexican seasoning mixes or get pre-seasoned cheese, or dip it in taco sauce, whatever you wanna do
sometimes you can get 4-5 frozen wontons for 150 calories, and soy sauce is only 10
halo top is great oc and my favorite flavors are oatmeal cookie or peanut butter cup
animal crackers are sooo underrated and i could seriously restrict on solely them, but that would be terrible restriction. they're 140 cals for a bag of like 40 small sized crackers in cute shapes, its the dream for my ED
half a pack of ramen is 150 calories with the seasoning pack. with the rest over noodles you can save them for later and toss them in soy sauce, peanut sauce, sesame, pasta sauce even. its cheap and very tasty imo haha you can always add veggies or an egg also!
vegan morning star corn dogs are sooo tasty and 140 cals each. i like some mustard on it
also im just going to recommend that a serving of cinnamon toast cereal is alot of fucking cereal and 140 calories. when im feeling sick or really down and need something better than diet food i eat it. i like to eat it dry and like one piece at a time and its just such a comfort. also chicken noodle/vegan chicken noodle soups. they're usually 60-90 cals per cup. if you're not feeling great it WILL lift your spirits. stock up on canned soup if you're ever feeling good. it will put off binges your body is craving. if you bloat a little, its just the sodium tho i want to say. i dont often bloat from it but sometimes it happens. hope you're doing good!
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