21 Late Night Healthy Snacks Under 100 Calories

When a wild night leaves you ravenous, these scrumptious snacks will save you!

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16. Spoonful of Peanut butter (99 Calories)

The easiest snack ever! Crush cravings with a savory spoonful of peanut butter, packed with satisfying protein to curb hunger. The beloved condiment also carries little/no sugar, meaning it’ll help stabilize your blood sugar levels and let you sleep like a log.

17. Stove-Top Popcorn (60 Calories)

Popcorn might not get the best rep, but the tasty, borderline-addicting snack actually carries a boatload of antioxidants, polyphenols, and fiber when cooked on the stove. So don’t feel guilty about grabbing a handful!

18. Skinny Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip (40 Calories)

This savory sweet, deliciously creamy dip tastes uber-indulgent, especially since it’s bursting with peanut buttery goodness. Enjoy with some sliced apples or strawberries!

19. Small Banana (90 Calories)

Bananas make for an easy, grab-and-go solution anytime, anywhere. The fabulous fruit delivers slow-releasing carbs and fiber to help curb your appetite without spiking your blood sugar.

20. Bell Pepper Candy (12 Calories)

I’m obsessed with this bell pepper treat. These crunchy, low-cal bell pepper candies are delicious and won’t sabotage your weight loss goals. With just 2 ingredients and 12 calories a serving, this genius late-night snack tops the carts.

21. Baby carrots (35 Calories)

Fun fact: baby carrots are just regular carrots that have been shaved down. They’re so much easier to eat that way! This waistline-friendly snack will calm those hunger pangs at the cost of very few calories. Adorable, crunchy baby carrots make the ultimate guilt-free snack to enjoy any hour of the day.

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Ellie Krasner

Ellie is a full-time violinist living in Las Vegas, and a writer with an insatiable appetite for clean eating and fitness! She is a graduate of Binghamton University with degrees in English literature and violin, and loves investigating the world of healthy living.

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