10 Tasty Treats under 100 Calories

Treat your taste buds to low-cal goodness.

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Stop giving puppy dog eyes to everyone who walks by with a tasty treat in their hand. Eating healthy foods doesn’t mean you need to completely cut out the flavors you crave. Here are 10 tasty treats under 100 calories to add to your menu plan.

You can live a healthy lifestyle without depriving yourself of the flavors you want, whether it’s a café drink or frozen goodie. Each treat idea below is the perfect way to indulge yourself without padding your arms, waist, hips, or thighs. Consider this: research suggests that occasional “cheats” can boost the ability to stay on track when it comes to healthy eating [1].

At SkinnyMs., we develop recipes using clean-eating ingredients rather than heavily processed ones that are too-often loaded with sodium, sugar, and artificial sweeteners. Instead, these treat ideas deliver whole food ingredients such as citrus fruits, sweet potatoes, and red bell peppers. These foods support healthy weight loss goals, energize the body, and reinforce the immune system. Did we mention we’ve included superfood chocolate? Read on and savor the flavors!
1. Strawberry Sunrise Smoothie

Get your vitamin C on with this low-calorie treat which is easy-peasy to make in the blender.
2. Clean-Eating Almond Butter and Jelly
Clean Eating Almond Butter and Jelly

This hunger-satisfier is an ideal morning or mid-afternoon treat. Scoop it into portioned jars or bowls for a healthy and easy take-along low-calorie snack.
3. Mini Apple Strudel
Mini Apple Strudel

Whole grain puff pastries combine with apples, raisins, and more for a delectable treat that won’t expand the waistline.
4. Chai Orange Latte
Chai Orange Latte

Ditch the café calories and treat yourself to this flavor-packed tea-based recipe, which includes orange juice.
5. Refreshing Lemon-Lime Popsicles
Refreshing Lemon-Lime Popsicles

Whisk just four clean-eating ingredients together for a low-calorie treat that’s perfect for beating the heat.

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Amy Wagner

Amy is a writer specializing in health & wellness, business, and entrepreneurship. She's a long-time martial arts teacher who has earned a 4th degree black belt in tae kwon do. When Amy's not writing or kicking, she's wrangling sons, reading fiction, or crushing on BBC actors.

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