If you’re thinking about snacking on a 100 calorie bag of potato chips, opt for these skinny sweet potato sticks instead. Their crunchy texture will satisfy your chip craving but they’ll be full of sweet potato’s beneficial beta-carotene and vitamins A and C.
These baked butternut squash chips are the real deal: they’re sweet, they’re spicy, their salty, and they satisfy! Serve these by themselves as a crunchy snack or pair them up with your favorite low-point dip. No matter how you serve them, these will become a new house favorite.
I love how versatile pesto is. You can serve it by itself as a dip, toss it with pasta (or spiralized noodles), or swirl it into soup. Making this low-point pesto hummus is my new favorite way to transform it into a satisfying snack. It’s quick, easy, and full of fiber. Serve this snack whenever you want to sneak some raw vegetables into your diet.
Lentils are my new favorite superfood. They’re packed with protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals – and they taste delicious to boot! Serve this thick and flavorful dip with your favorite vegetable chip, or go for whole wheat pitas or crackers. Since it’s only 3 smart points, you’ll have some extra points for the day.
Who doesn’t love a snack that’s prepared with only three ingredients? Quick, easy, and delicious! Baking the kale in a low-temperature oven slowly removes the moisture from this superfood, crisping it up to perfection. These chips are addictively good, and since they’re only 2 smart points you can eat a lot of them!
Skip the bread and enjoy this guilt-free sandwich snack. By using cucumbers as the “bread,” you not only skip all the points from bread but you also sneak an extra serving of vegetables into your day. Sounds like a win-win scenario to me!
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