"There is something nostalgic for me about a turkey rollup as a snack!" says Caroline Thomason, RD, LDN, CDCES. "It is a great source of lean protein and helps me create more stable energy levels between meals when I am short on time."
This snack in the low-cal zone, top with a bit of Swiss or goat's milk cheese when craving something savory or drizzle with a dash of honey to craft a sweet treat.
This protein will help you stay fuller longer, and when paired with fiber from berries, you have a nutrient-rich, satisfying snack for under 150 calories."
This low-calorie snack yields a little over 60 calories per cup while also providing a whopping 8 grams of satiating fiber.
A quarter-cup of this sweet treat will fuel your body with about 13 grams of quality carbs, in addition to providing 4% of your daily value for protein and fiber, respectively.
"This is great as a low-calorie snack option that will tide you over between meals."