Here are some of the WMHS and area dietitians’ favorite snacks:
Allison Lutz : Vanilla low fat yogurt with frozen blueberries or a chocolate chip Fiber One bar (140 calories, 4 gm fat, 9 gm fiber , 2 gm protein) with a layer of peanut butter spread on top!
Tonya Sherrill-Kuhn: Low Fat or Fat Free Cottage Cheese with canned pineapple or Low Fat Cheese cubes with Low Fat Crackers
Brenda Ridgway: Skinny Cow Chocolate Truffle Ice Cream (100 calories, 2.5 gm fat, 19 gm CHO, 3 gm fiber, 3 gm protein); Light and Fit Raspberry Chocolate Greek Yogurt (80 calories, 0 gm fat, 8 gm CHO, 12 gm protein) and Sunsweet Cherry Essence or Orange Essence prunes 3 pack (100 calories, 16 gm CHO, 2 gm fiber, 1 gm protein, O gm fat)
Hana Smith: graham crackers with cream cheese and strawberries on top (like a mini cheesecake) or Popcorn with melted peanut butter drizzled over it
Liz Kauruter: Cottage Cheese, cinnamon, and peaches; Low Fat Milk and cookies; Popsicles
Theresa Stahl: Nut butter (peanut or almond) - 1 Tbsp. (90 calories) on whole grain gluten-free crackers such as Mary’s Gone Crackers Original or Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers – 6 crackers ( about 70 calories) or a Kind Bar (180 calories) or Greek Activia yogurt – ½ cup ( 60-70 calories) with ¼ cup fresh fruit (30 calories) or 6-12 almonds (45-90 calories) or Yonanas frozen fruit ice cream substitute – ½ cup (60-100 calories)
Meredythe Barrick: Almonds with a glass of chocolate skim milk and also an apple with peanut butter, sometimes with a couple of chocolate chips sprinkled on top. I don't have actual serving sizes, but probably an 8 oz glass of milk, a serving of almonds, a small apple with 1-2 tbsp peanut butter
Jennifer Perrin: Dark chocolate flavored strawberries or bananas.
Linda Sweitzer: Jolly Time 100 Calorie Healthy Pop Butter Popcorn (3 weight watcher points - 2 gms Fat, 25 gms CHO, 5 gms Fiber)
Kristin Wilkins: Low fat chocolate milk or beef jerky
Alice Corle: Chocolate covered pretzels and Kettle Corn
-Theresa Stahl, RDN/LDN