200 Calorie Snacks- Healthy Snacks Under 200 Calories

Healthy Snacks Under 200 Calories

Snacks are definitely an awesome way to keep hunger away in between meals. They keep you filled up until your next main meal. But then, it is quite important to keep a careful watch on your snacking habits. They could go a long way in deterring those diet goals and frustrating your honest efforts at staying snatched. Some people are now in the habit of eating anything, every time they have the chance to, all in the name of snacking. If your snack treats are already posing as threats on your dieting goals, then it is high time you charted a change course for that snacking habits. On the norm, if you are trying to hit a calorie-controlled diet of 2000 calories daily, then your snack should not exceed 300 calories, remember that it is not the main meal.

Below is a long list of healthy in-betweens that are below 200 calories and will still do a good job of keeping you full.

  • A half-Cup of frozen yogurt can do the trick. It is a low-fat dairy food and can only give about 150 calories per serving. To hit 200, you could have your yogurt topped with chunks of fresh fruit. That will give you a much healthier option.
  • A Half-Cup of Sorbet or Sherbet. Either of the two is a great after-dinner snack choice and the fun part is, they come in several flavors. Sherbet gives only 140 calories while gives within a range of 80 to 200 calories, depending on the flavor.
  • Egg is another quick in between meal. If you have two mediumly sized eggs, you will have had a 155 calorie snack. And it will keep you full and satisfied. Plus, you get to eat it on-the-go.
  • 226 grams of ketchup would amount to 200 calories.
  • a hot dog would also give you 200 calories.
  • 51 grams of cheddar cheese is 200 calories.
  • 30 M&M candies would give a total of 200 calories.
  • 34 grams of peanut butter equals 200 calories.
  • 33ml of whole milk nets just 200 calories.
  • 496 ml of regular Coca Cola drink gives 200 calories.
  • 6 oz skim or reduced fat soymilk and 2 graham crackers.
  • 4 oz nonfat cottage cheese on 1 slice whole grain bread or English muffin.
  • 1 oz soy cheese and 3-5 whole grain crackers.
  • ½ cup frozen low-fat yogurt topped with ½ cup diced fruit of choice.
  • Cereal and non-fat milk
Broiled Grapefruit

1. Broiled Grapefruit with Shredded Coconut

The snack requires only one half of the grapefruit for one serving and each serving gives 120 calories.


  • ½ large grapefruit
  • ½ teaspoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon shredded coconut


  • Since it is a baked snack, you will be needing the oven. So prepare the oven first and preheat the broiler of the oven.
  • Now, turn to the grapefruit. Divide the fruit horizontally into two. Then bore into it through the grapefruit flesh until you reach the pith. Make little slices on both sides of each segment to loosen it up and make it easier to eat.
  • Place one half of the grapefruit on a baking sheet and spread the honey over the surface of the grapefruit. Broil it for 3-5 minutes. When the edges are browned out then it is ready to get off the oven.
  • Take the grapefruit out of the oven and immediately sprinkle it with the shredded coconut. Let the grapefruit cool for a minute, then eat.
S/N Constituent  
1. Fat
2.1 g saturated fat
1.4 g unsaturated fat
3.5 g
2. Carbohydrate
3.7 g dietary fiber
14 g sugars
24.9 g
3. protein 1.3 g
4. sodium 3.7 g
5. Cholesterol 0 g
Honey-Roasted Cinnamon Chickpeas

2. Honey-Roasted Cinnamon Chickpeas

This is an awesome meal, it gets really tasty and takes only about 45 minutes to get cooked. The 146 calorie snack option is high in protein and fiber.


  • 15-ounce can organic garbanzo beans
  • 1/2 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/8 teaspoon sea salt


You start with, preheating the oven to 375°F. Next of, you arrange parchment papers on the baking sheet.

After preparing the baking sheet, rinse the chickpeas thoroughly and drain it. After draining, leave them on a towel to dry off.

Now, lay the chickpeas on a baking sheet and bake the chickpeas until crispy.

Meanwhile, get a bowl and mix the oil, honey, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt together in it.

When crispy enough, toss the chickpeas in the bowl of mixture that you made. This will give the baked chickpea a caramelized taste. After this, you’ll return the chickpea back into the oven for another 10 minutes baking.

This meal will produce 4 servings.

Sweet potato chips

3. Sweet potato chips

You should note that I said sweet potato chips, not potato chips. This is to say that the potTo we’ll be making the chips from is not the regular potato. This is a different species of potato called the sweet potato. Sweet potatoes are one of the most nutritious vegetables to have ever been discovered. In making your choice of the sweet potato to buy in the market, be careful not to pick ones with crack, messy areas or bruise. Just be sure it is hard to press.

The snack doles out only 188 calories.


  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Canola Cooking Spray
  • Salt {optional}
  • Parchment Paper


1. Wash the sweet potatoes thoroughly and peel off the skin, especially if it is the naturally grown species.

2. After peeling off the skin, cut the potatoes into sizeable bits. Make sure the bits are equally sized. And while cutting, you will have to be fast so as to ensure that it doesn’t turn black.

The way to prevent it from turning black is to get it into water immediately after it has been cut.

3. Leave the whole slices inside a salted bowl of water for a bit. This is after you have rinsed it severally and changed the water.

3. Lay a piece of parchment paper on top of the removable microwave turntable plate. I like to give the parchment paper edges a little trim so it does not jumble up when the plate spins.

4. Now, arrange the sweet potato slices on the parchment paper inside the microwave, spray the slices with cooking spray and lock up the microwave.

5. Microwave the slices for about five minutes, but this is depending on the thickness of the slices you made and how crunchy you want it. Once the edges begin curling in and the sweet potato turns a bit darker in color, then it is ready to be set down, although you can check it to verify that it has gotten as crisp as you will want it.

6. Now you can see it down, I know how tempting it can be to want to eat it immediately, but I’ll suggest you let it cool for a tiny bit, that will help it get crispier