Whilst we discourage extra snacking during a diet plan, we understand that every now and then people give into temptation on diets and opt to have a cheeky snack, but finding the right ones that will satisfy your cravings without ruining your waistline can be tricky! However we've compiled a list of snacks under 100 calories that adheres to everyones tastes!
Remember to always double check the labels of your chosen foods for calories and to always keep to moderation.
68 calories - If you like something to nibble with your treat glass of wine, why not steer away from the crisps and have some olives instead? At only 68 calories for 20 they’re a far healthier option. Olives are also good for the liver.
98 calories - A perfect snack for keeping at your desk when you need something to snack on, almonds is an ideal substitute for the savoury snacks people usually reach for and with heart protective monounsaturated fats (MUFA’s) and some vitamin b why wouldn’t you?
90 calories - Tasty treat that is calorifically low and with just one gram of fat per cake.
93 calories - Having friends over and want low calorie party food? These are perfect for sharing and won’t spoil your diet either.
100 calories - indulge in some chocolate orange (not a ‘chocolate orange’) without the hefty calories.
98 calories - Fancy a munch at the cinema? You can have two of these bags of ‘snack-a-jacks’ for under 100 calories (you may need to sneak them in however!)
62 calories - Soups are satisfying, making them a great diet snack if you’re peckish.
99 calories - These ice-cream treats are based on screwballs and with much less calories than most ice-cream snacks!
100 calories – “An apple a day can keep the doctor away.” Apples are rich in soluble fibre which helps protect against environmental pollutants and eliminates cholesterol. Go for one of the sweeter variety and you can skip a less healthy sugary snack.
100 calories - You can still enjoy a frozen treat and keep your ‘beach body’ thanks to these low fat iced desserts, and they come in a variety of tasty flavours, like berry and chocolate.
57 calories - You can buy miso soup in powder sachets so they make a quick and easy mid-afternoon snack for the office.
61 calories - pastry is no friend to a dieter, but luckily just one bite sized sausage roll won't eat much into your calorie allowance.
70 calories - Will count towards your 5 a day and the carbs in the pastry will help lift you from the 3 o'clock slump.
87 calories - a cheesy snack at a fraction of the calories of a chunk of cheddar.
74 calories - Nuts are high in calories, but as a ‘Low GI’ food they release their energy slowly, so a small amount will keep hunger pangs at bay for a long time.
75 calories - Celery may seem like boring diet food, but filled with soft cottage cheese it makes a great savoury treat.
100 calories - How long does it take to suck your way through five boiled sweets? It'll be dinner time before you know it!
76 calories - If you love crisps and can not think of anything better than a bag to snack on, opt for a low calorie choice and avoid temptation.
98 calories - Yum.
100 calories - an alternative party snack.
85 calories - you can diet and eat chocolate (see our article on dieting and chocolate) Just make sure it's high in cocoa and don't graze too much.
100 calories - The energy given to us from oats gets used very slowly, so this should keep you going until dinner time.
76 calories - Chocolate, pastry and cream at just 76 calories? It’s true!
100 calories - It's almost as good as being allowed chips. Just make sure you don't put more than three in the oven and don’t overdo the ketchup...
100 calories – Last’s all morning and counts as one of your 5 a day. Grapes help in the treatment of anaemia, fatigue, arthiritis, gout, rheumatism and especially for recovery from illness.
76 calories – “The red car and the blue car had a race... All red used to do was stuff it’s face; it ate everything it see’s from trucks to prickly tree’s... but good old blue he took the milky way!”
88 calories - Melons are the ultimate diet snack! They have such a low calorific value as they are made up mostly of water; go ahead and eat a whole one if you like!
100 calories – Convenient snack to have in your handbag, plus they're full of fibre too.
74 calories – a low calorie soup can be a filling snack and full of goodness.
89 calories – A light snack to calm your savoury craving.
100 calories - re-visit your youth with this classic kids' party pudding. Good for sore-throats too!
100 calories - Full of vitamins and low fat, cherries also take a while to eat as you have to avoid the stones, so your morning snack lasts.
84 calories - Fewer calories than the standard chocolate bar; a great sweet fix and craving killer.
85 calories - this one's probably best saved for after work however!
93 calories - nuts release energy slowly (thanks to their low glycaemic index), plus crackers always take ages to chew, just don’t try to eat them in under a minute.
94 calories - a treat the whole family can enjoy (although probably best to multiply the quantity by the number of family members).
98 calories - A very healthy snack for sushi fans!
83 calories - Make in batches and keep in the freezer. It makes a healthy dessert for that kids will like!
100 calories - Packed with healthy veg and tasty cheese.
93 calories - Filling treat to pick you up from your mid-afternoon slump.
42 calories - low-calorie snack packed with vitamin C and awkward to eat which means your snack lasts longer!
98 calories - sometimes it's hard to resist cheese when you're dieting, but you don't need to as long as you stick with the ‘light’ option.
94 calories - spice up a poppadom with hot salsa!
71 calories - This snack will certainly kill that sugar craving stone dead!
97 calories - Dipping snacks keep your hands busy!
100 calories - eaten in sensible quantities, nuts can be a dieter's best friend, as they keep you fuller for longer.
91 calories - A chocolate marshmallow biscuit treat. What more can you ask for?
80 calories - You can pick at this snack all afternoon, and not only is it chocolate but it contributes to your 5 a day. Bonus!
90 calories - Toasted until gooey or popped on top of your coffee, marshmallows are a fantastic low-fat sweet.
65 calories - low-fat and nutritious.
97 calories - Filling and full of flavour, perhaps not if you don't like Marmite!
72 calories - the perfect partner to your cup of tea or coffee.
72 calories - Fruity sweet fix without the guilt.
90 calories - This may not be in your daily, or even weekly budget, but every now and then it’s nice to treat yourself to a glass of bubbly.
100 calories - Never forget the calories in drinks (You can read our article about alcohol and dieting here). Vodka and slimline tonic is however relatively low, though, so you can enjoy one occasionally.
100 calories - Toast with a delicious cheesy topping doesn't have to be calorific. If you use healthy bread and spread your soft cheese thinly.
86 calories - Sticky and sweet.
97 calories – A savoury delight, cut into pieces to help it last.
21 calories – I bet this one is a realy shocker! Yes, bite sized chocolate with crunchy nougat chunks can be a mere 21 calories each believe it or not. (note MINI toblerone).
100 calories – We usually advise staying away from baked goods, however you can toast yourself a crumpet (avoiding butter) and dust with a tiny amount of grated low-fat cheese for a filling snack.
100 calories - Next time you fancy a snack, why not reach for a refreshing pear? One of your 5-a-day and less than 100 calories too.
100 calories - Jacket potatoes are filling and very low in calories if you choose the right toppings. Try with two teaspoons of fat-free sour cream and/or half cup of salsa for less than 100 calories.
95 calories - A tasty chocolate bar without the guilt. They also come in Chocolate Nutty Nougat and Caramel Treat flavours, too.
74 calories - Pop one of these yogurts in the fridge and you’ll always have a tasty snack when you’re feeling any hunger pangs.
67 calories - These bars are a convenient snack for an energy boost. They don’t melt either!
90 calories - If you feel like a treat after dinner but don’t want to ruin your diet; one of these iced desserts is perfect (and it’s much less fattening than ice cream).
100 calories – It’s good to know that you can have a corn on the cob with a little salt and pepper for less than 100 calories!
100 calories - Enjoy hummus with some crunchy carrot at any time for just 100 calories.
90 calories - You can enjoy four slices of juicy mango. They’re also sweet so great as a treat if you’d usually reach for something with more calories!
83 calories - Blueberries (as well as being a strong antioxidant) are tasty, refreshing and a great way of getting one of your ‘five a day’. Also considered a ‘superfood’ for it’s ability to slow the aging process and protect against heart and circulatory disease and many forms of cancer.
95 calories – There’s nothing better (and usually horrifically calorific!) than a tasty ice cream in the summer months, but if you don’t want to ruin your diet why not try one of these?
69 calories - Enjoy them with some creamy yogurt for only 69 calories. Strawberries also have the amazing ability to increase the body’s elimination of uric acid (a substance which irritates inflamed joints).
66 calories – ‘Fruit Flakes’ would be more than three times heavier if they were non-dried fruit, which just shows how much fruit they pack in! Great for a nutritional boost.
87 calories - These fromage frais are handy for your lunchbox when you fancy a treat.
30 calories – At an amazing 30 calories per jar these gherkins are a good substitute for any snack (and filling I imagine).
83 calories - Based on the cereal ‘Sugar Puffs’, these bars taste delicious and are a great morning snack.
95 calories - Cheesy snacks are notorious for being high in calories, but these cheddar-flavoured bites are only 95 calories a bag.
92 calories - If you fancy a tasty snack in the evening, why not reach for one of these? They’re under 100 calories per pot and less calorific than a bowl of ice cream.
76 calories – Coffees can be surprisingly high in calories, but if you’re dependant on your caffeine fix then why not opt for Starbucks ‘skinny cappuccino’? You can finally enjoy your hot drink without too much guilt!
100 calories - At a party you can tuck into 10 Pringles without the guilt. However don’t be pulled into the addictive ‘once you pop you can’t stop’ slogan (pretty sure it’s not true).
62 calories - Pineapple is a great sweet and these pots are handy any time. Being both anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial; Sore-throats, digestive problems, bruising and blood clots all respond to Pineapple’s natural ingredients!
100 calories – There’s no need to be scared of the box of Roses, you can have two of your favourites for under 100 calories, just make sure it is just ‘two’.
95 calories - Pretzels are a great substitute for fatty crisps and will still give you that savoury kick.
58 calories – Kiwi fruit’s not only contain as much vitamin C as an orange, it’s a great fruit to take to work or have at home and make a nice change from the more common fruit. Also an aid to digestion and skin problems.
100 calories - Orange juice is the best way of getting your vitamin C and they are also low in calories.
96 calories – With flavours like cherry, blueberry and raspberry what’s not to love?
100 calories - If you fancy a packet of crisps with your lunch you can avoid the guilt with these bites.
58 calories - Strawberries are one of Britain’s favourite summer fruits and they’re low in calories too. You can dig into 16 for a mere 58 calories! Strawberries also have the amazing ability to increase the body’s elimination of uric acid (a substance which irritates inflamed joints).
99 calories – There’s no need to miss out on that Friday drink and peanuts or substantially increasing your beer belly when you visit the pub. Half a pint and a few peanuts shouldn’t hurt your diet.
95 calories - Keep one of these in your desk won’t be tempted to reach for a calorific chocolate bar next time you have the ‘choco cravings’.
95 calories - frozen bananas: They taste great! Simply push a lolly stick into a banana then just freeze it, and you have a cheap, healthy and tasty iced snack for around 95 calories. Take that ice-cream!
60 calories - Satisfy those chocolate cravings with a chocolate mousse, and at only 60 calories you can go to sleep content.
76 calories - Lowers cholesterol and high blood pressure, regenerates skin tissue and containing many essential vitamins, peaches are great for you and yummy too.
83 calories – There’s nothing like a chocolate biscuit with your afternoon cup of tea, and you can have a chocolate digestive for only 83 calories.
82 calories - If you fancy some crisps, snack on a bag of these and you can enjoy your crisps and avoid any guilt.
100 calories - If you love Marmite and fancy something quick and filling, a piece of toast and marmite is still only 100 calories. Marmite (love it or hate it) is also a fantastic food for vegetarians as it contains vitamin B which is mainly found in meat, eggs and fish.
95 calories - Under 100 calories and convenient for on the go, pop one in your pocket for when you’re out and about.
78 calories - Not only are they high in protein and amino acids, but hard-boiled eggs are a filling snack. Second to none for that protein boost. Also a wonderful source of zinc and vitamins A, B, D and E!
100 calories - Have a sweet tooth? Why not dig into some jelly beans next time you fancy a snack? You can have 25 of these and still not go over 100 calories.
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