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Wow - That had how few calories ?!!?

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  • kenyonhaffkenyonhaff Posts: 1,138Member Member Posts: 1,138Member Member
    Spongebob Squarepants popsicles. 100 calories for a serving, and it's surprisingly good.
  • psychod787psychod787 Posts: 1,932Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,932Member, Premium Member
    mengqiz86 wrote: »
    Heinz gravy. 1/4 cup for 20 kcal. I used to use it so sparingly.. now I just pour it on!

    thanks for that info! Open face turkeys here I come!
    For me, sugar free jello pudding made with skim milk. I use pbfit with the fudge chocolate, almost taste like a reeses to me!
    edited September 2018
  • VUA21VUA21 Posts: 2,085Member Member Posts: 2,085Member Member
    Yasso Greek yogurt ice cream bars. 80-100 calories per bar, and they actually taste like ice cream!!! Plus, 5g protien per bar as well.
  • eminatereminater Posts: 1,712Member Member Posts: 1,712Member Member
    sauerkraut - it's about 25 to 30 cals per cup

    right I mean it's made of cabbage, so it should've been more obvious but it is SO LOW in calories ... and I just love it!
  • slossiaslossia Posts: 133Member Member Posts: 133Member Member
    Ice cream cone at Macdonalds 170 calories
  • ACanadian22ACanadian22 Posts: 369Member Member Posts: 369Member Member
    Homemade steak stew...I put no fatty meat in at all, potatoes, carrots and turnip. Very filling and low cal.
    Another is Subway as long as you hold the mayo. I get a sub with no cheese/mayo loaded with turkey and lettuce and it is filling without all the cals
  • StationagentjulesStationagentjules Posts: 57Member Member Posts: 57Member Member
    I'll second the sauerkraut. Delicious.

    Fat Free Feta Cheese
    Peel eat Shrimp
    Peaches
  • JeromeBarry1JeromeBarry1 Posts: 9,906Member Member Posts: 9,906Member Member
    I got serious mind-blowage with strawberries dipped in whipped cream.
  • jelleighjelleigh Posts: 486Member Member Posts: 486Member Member
    Shirataki noodles!!! I just made a HUGE very satisfying stirfry full of veggies and pork and these noodles and my husband (loves his big portions) couldn't believe how much he could have for only 500 calories. A whole package of these noodles are only 40 cal. I think the same amount of vermecilli noodles (which IMO these are pretty much exactly like) would be like 400 cal!
  • dashagrrdashagrr Posts: 27Member Member Posts: 27Member Member
    Whole potatoes (I was surprised, so filling), mushrooms, veggies in general (especially cauliflower, cucumber, cabbage). Someone mentioned McDonald's ice cream - yes! Pork tenderloin, filet mignon, shrimp for protein.
  • midlomel1971midlomel1971 Posts: 994Member Member Posts: 994Member Member
    I'm sure it's been mentioned , but PB2. I'm obsessed w/ PB&Js. It took those from roughly 450 calories to 150, depending on the bread used. It was a revelation!
  • Crafty_camper123Crafty_camper123 Posts: 1,251Member Member Posts: 1,251Member Member
    I'm sure it's been mentioned , but PB2. I'm obsessed w/ PB&Js. It took those from roughly 450 calories to 150, depending on the bread used. It was a revelation!

    I found some on sale and bought it yesterday! Tried it for the first time this AM on a waffle. Pretty darn good! And at 50 Cals per serving VS 120?? This will be a good trade off for a lot of things!
  • MsBaz2018MsBaz2018 Posts: 345Member Member Posts: 345Member Member
    A friend of mine is sooo into the "pop corn doesn't have many calories", she eats them by the bucket! (oil popped too!) Is it really that you don't have to watch portions with popcorn?

    For me: egg white, canned sardines, papaya - not my favorite fruit before, but one of my go to now when I need fruits and don't have calories to spare
  • 4legsRbetterthan24legsRbetterthan2 Posts: 15,684Member Member Posts: 15,684Member Member
    tostitos queso. with a serving of chips its under 200 calories and its one of the few snacks that actually fills me up a bit
  • erjones11erjones11 Posts: 168Member Member Posts: 168Member Member
    Kodiak Pancakes, yep!

    53 grams which is supposed to be a half a cup of powder mix and a half a cup of water makes a stack for 180 calories. Add on 30 calories of sugar free maple syrup and I am happy at just over 200 calories! I have this almost every weekend cause I can. Heck I can even have two servings if I want.
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 6,184Member Member Posts: 6,184Member Member
    Large, fresh butter croissant from my local bakery. Soooooo much good for under 200cal.
  • hamelle2hamelle2 Posts: 297Member, Premium Member Posts: 297Member, Premium Member
    Milk Duds. 130 calories in 10. And you can make them last a long time.
  • springlering62springlering62 Posts: 222Member Member Posts: 222Member Member
    From my local coffee shop: one cup plained steamed almond milk with a shot of Routin 1883 brand sugar free vanilla syrup. 35 calories. I like it because their steamer froths it, too. I miss froth at home.

    Beef jerky. An ounce averages about 70 calories, and it’s very filling.

    Chimes (available from World Market) or The Ginger People’s Gin-Gins (Trader Joe’s) ginger chews. Small, low calorie sweet and spicy, and very satisfying if you can just let them melt in your mouth.

    Dave’s Killer Bread products: the 60 calorie thin multi-grain/seed slices are really good. Even the cashiers piped up and were giving them raves at Kroger, lol. And their English muffins are fantastic and 140 calories, especially the ones in the red bags. Great with just a tiny sweep of almond butter and honey!

    Home made chicken and barley soup. We have a rotisserie chicken for Sunday dinner, and then throw the carcass in the Instant Pot with a sautéed onion, garlic, a ton of carrots and celery (keep the celery leaves- they add flavor), broth, and whatever herbs sound good (a pinch of cayenne livens it up, too!). Let it do it’s thing and depressurize, fish out the bones and shred the meat, then set it on sautée to bring it to a boil, and throw in a cup of Trader Joe’s ten minute barley. 205 calories for about two large hearty cups of soup. Can also skip the barley and throw some Bisquick dumplings on top to steam for chicken and dumplings for not many more calories than the basic soup.
  • suziecue25suziecue25 Posts: 289Member Member Posts: 289Member Member
    Lean pork....so much protein, variety and taste. I have to have crackling if it's roast pork joint though.
  • SquirrelBrainSquirrelBrain Posts: 41Member Member Posts: 41Member Member
    Dave’s Killer Bread products: the 60 calorie thin multi-grain/seed slices are really good. Even the cashiers piped up and were giving them raves at Kroger, lol. And their English muffins are fantastic and 140 calories, especially the ones in the red bags. Great with just a tiny sweep of almond butter and honey!

    Yes, this! I just discovered the Dave's Killer Bread English Muffins last week. So good. I've been toasting them and putting a banana on top with a teaspoon flaxseed, and maple syrup drizzled over the top for about 250 calories depending on the size of banana.
    edited February 19
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