(Closed) Favorite Diet Foods that are edible :-)

posted 7 years ago in Fitness
Post # 3
350 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Anything skinny cow is awesome.  

Fage nonfat greek yogurt with fruit. 

Any berry: strawberry, raspberry, blueberry. 

Popcorn popped in olive oil. 

Post # 4
1576 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

No Pudge Brownies

Chobani Greek Yogurt – either the vanilla or black cheer *SO GOOD!)

Bocca Burgers on toasted multigrain bagel flats

Turkey Hill Fat-free frozen yogurt – in either Southern Lemon Pie flavor or chocolate marshmallow. Both are sufficient proof that God loves me and wants me to be happy.

Post # 5
2091 posts
Buzzing bee

Popcorn-flavoured rice cakes!

Post # 6
2463 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

my absolute favorite new trick: “ice cream” made just from blending frozen bananas. seriously–it’s just a banana. but it tastes like ice cream. zero guilt. amaze-balls! http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/tips-techniques/stepbystep-instructions-for-oneingredient-ice-cream-097170

laughing cow light cheese triangles with carrot and celery sticks


wasa whole grain crackers

and then i second the skinny cow and greek yogurt recommendations…



Post # 7
285 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I know it sounds weird but I buy wonton wrappers & spread a little Nutella on them, top with a piece of banana, wrap those suckers up & bake it for about 5 minutes – OH thank heaven. Delish. It only comes out to about 70 calories a pop as well.. score!

Post # 9
592 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Mango – Love it!! A great dessert because it’s so sweet. Any fruit is a good option though.

Air popped popcorn. I just add a little bit of butter and a little salt. Great filling snack.

Goldfish crackers. A serving size is like 45 goldfish (or something like that). So again, something I can have a lot of without to many calories.

Cereal. Personally I love Cinnamon Life and Honey Nut Cherrios. Again, something with a little sweetness that makes a great snack.

Chicken soup. It’s cheap, easy to make and healthy to eat. I make a big pot so I have it in the house. I then use the chicken to make a healthy chicken salad with low-fat mayo and grapes and celery. Two for one there.

Post # 10
677 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I love khashi and fiber one cereals

Homemade smoothies made with vanilla greek yogurt and frozen berries (no sugar needed!)

fresh roasted vegetables ( I am addicted to sweet potatoes and asparagus )

fresh fruit!

whole grain english muffin spread with either peanut butter or allfruit Jam.

Post # 11
1046 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

Quinoa > all other grains =D

Post # 12
6473 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011 - Sydney, Australia

@Gingersnap: I had those while we were travelling through Canada and I am ITCHING for some here. We don’t sell them – just plain, sour cream & chives and salt and vinegar. I WANT POPCORN FLAVOURED THINGS.

Post # 13
241 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

I love using the Pepperidge Farms (or other brand) of 100-calorie sandwich thins. It’s 100 calories for both top and bottom, which makes the calorie count a little less scary on sandwiches, etc.

I love hummus and use it to dip raw veggies, and as an alternative sandwich spread to mayonnaise.

Dannon Light ‘n Fit 80 calorie yogurts in Very Cherry and Key Lime.

I also love Edy’s Whole Fruit bars. Only 80 calories and the strawberry and pomegranate flavors both taste like heaven.

Post # 14
5668 posts
Bee Keeper

I love both Skinny Cow and No Pudge!

Laughing Cow light cheese


Individual bags of Pirate’s Booty (130 cal each and the bags are so big!)

Sarah Lee 45 Calories and Delightful bread toasted with low fat peanut butter (or Nutella if I’m feeling naughty)

Air Popped Pop corn with a sprinkle of low fat parmesan (or nutritional yeast) and a spritz of butter flavoured Pam

Walden Farms No Calorie Ranch with baby carrots

Materne GoGo Squeez AppleApple (or any flavour variety) applesauce

Claussen Pickles

Post # 15
108 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

Snack a Jacks! I admit it, I’m addicted. Not in the cute “oh i LOVE those!” way.. I’m talking about the “I just ate 10 bags of them in a row” way.

The good news is theyre only 100 calories a bag so it’s not TOO bad as far as snacks go 🙂



Post # 16
11167 posts
Sugar Beekeeper

Hummus!!!! It is amazing power food and fills you up, tastes pretty good too. Mix it with vegetables to give them some sick. I even put it on my salad as the “dressing” of sorts to cut back of fatty oils.

Oh and Dannon low fat vanilla yogurt. With some fresh berries it made one delicious low calorie dessert.


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