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100 cal snacks
20 May 2013, 13:02
I found this link interesting with a lot of good suggestions for 100 cal snacks. :)

http://www.easyliving.co.uk/beauty/100- ... 0-calories
Re: 100 cal snacks
21 May 2013, 05:00
I need a poster like this to put up in my kitchen. Good find Fiona
Re: 100 cal snacks
21 May 2013, 05:42
wow some great ideas just to change things up ,some of those would be handy just to now to have on non fast day too.
Re: 100 cal snacks
21 May 2013, 07:29
:smile: Thx for posting that....will be very useful!
Re: 100 cal snacks
21 May 2013, 08:00
Brilliant many thanks...off to buy the magazine...
Re: 100 cal snacks
22 May 2013, 07:04
These look good but I'm not sure of some of their quantities. How much hummous on that whoemeal pitta? I'd want to load on as much as I can! On MFP and in the fast diet book a banana seems to work out at around 1 calorie per gram, so the 90 cal banana is a bit tiny. I usually allow around 125 cals for a medium banana.

Like the chocolate raisins idea though. 20 isn't too tiny a number and could be a nice treat is cals left at the end of the day.
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