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What is your go to snack at night



  • alissadough84alissadough84 Posts: 95Member Member Posts: 95Member Member
    The Yasso frozen yogurt bar- they are great! If I want something salty, popcorn. If I still have a lot of protein left to hit, I'll make some casein "fluff".
  • KelGen02KelGen02 Posts: 592Member Member Posts: 592Member Member
    When I do go for a snack it is usually a Fit&Active Chocolate Fudge Bar (100 calories) or homemade Oat balls (melt, dark chocolate, peanut/almond butter, almond milk, rolled oats then I use a melon scooper drop them on a baking sheet and refrigerate. I put 2 in a snack bag and have them around for when I am in need. (123 calories) I usually don't get home from my exercise class until after 8 by the time I get home and shower its almost 9 so I really don't feel like eating, but on nights I only do the treadmill, I usually will have a snack around 7 as long as I have room in my calories ;)
  • IVMayIVMay Posts: 442Member Member Posts: 442Member Member
    slices of meat. be it chicken. beef. Recently I've been eating some of that eastern european dried meat. Sujuk. Spicy and dry but nice. Bit like beef jerky but without the preservative nonsense.
  • LittleLionHeart1LittleLionHeart1 Posts: 3,674Member Member Posts: 3,674Member Member

    I should be eating a asparagus apple. But many times its asparagus chocolate. :D
    edited April 2017
  • Vikka_VVikka_V Posts: 8,420Member Member Posts: 8,420Member Member
    Frozen French fries, almost every day. I feel deprived if I don't have any. I cook them in the microwave for 6-7 minutes. I like them better that way than cooked in the oven.
  • BedsideTableKangarooBedsideTableKangaroo Posts: 745Member Member Posts: 745Member Member
    HyeKarma wrote: »

    I should be eating a asparagus apple. But many times its asparagus chocolate. :D

    i can asparagus dig it.
  • rugratz2015rugratz2015 Posts: 593Member Member Posts: 593Member Member
    Low calorie hot chocolate made with milk. Snack shots, Curley wurleys, pink & whites, tea cakes and snowballs. If I'm really desperate, popcorn and finally I usually have a stash of sweet stuff for baking so That gets hit.
  • ChadxxChadxx Posts: 1,202Member Member Posts: 1,202Member Member
    Greek yogurt, often with chocolate whey.
  • JDrews84JDrews84 Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member
    Home style popcorn with garlic powder, onion powder, and Tabasco ❤️
  • murph155murph155 Posts: 112Member Member Posts: 112Member Member
  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Posts: 15,802Member Member Posts: 15,802Member Member
    murph155 wrote: »

    wine is a snack?

    okay... I guess if grapes can be a snack, why not wine too?
  • aChuisle_moChroiaChuisle_moChroi Posts: 5,160Member Member Posts: 5,160Member Member
  • MarriedchunkyKMarriedchunkyK Posts: 138Member Member Posts: 138Member Member
    Cottage cheese
  • lorri71lorri71 Posts: 89Member Member Posts: 89Member Member
    Slightly sweetened caramel rice cakes or soya yogurt. Lower calorie options to beat my craving.
  • seltzermint555seltzermint555 Posts: 10,095Member Member Posts: 10,095Member Member
    I rarely snack in the evenings. I almost always have a pretty big dinner very early (5 or 6 pm) and include any sweets/dessert at the end. I usually like to floss & brush and consider myself finished w/ eating or drinking anything but water.

    But anyway! If I AM truly hungry later in the evening, I'll eat a boiled egg if I have some on hand, or just cook myself an egg and eat it with a little hot sauce or shredded cheddar on top. I rarely have string cheese but that would be an option for me too, if I did. I try to steer clear of sweet snacks because to me that just means I'm bored or stressed and if I'm hungry enough to actually want an egg then I feel that I probably need it.

  • WandRsmomWandRsmom Posts: 152Member Member Posts: 152Member Member
    Either beef jerky or mini sweet peppers with cream cheese
  • dmanakhodmanakho Posts: 143Member, Premium Member Posts: 143Member, Premium Member
    apples or oranges. sometimes grapes
  • cemetreecemetree Posts: 18Member, Premium Member Posts: 18Member, Premium Member
    A couple pickles or peanut butter on 1/3 apple with a cup of milk
  • Naturally_MonicaNaturally_Monica Posts: 335Member Member Posts: 335Member Member
    Non fat Greek yogurt with Splenda and cinnamon, apples, pretzels
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