By Jamie Leach
These chocolatey treats are only 15 calories a pop and are seamless to whip up. Plus, they're frozen, so you can't eat them as fast as sweets that are not.
Pistachios totally hit the spot when you're in the mood for a crunchy, salty bite late at night. Plus, they won't wreak havoc on your waistline.
This fruit is sweet, low in calories, packed with antioxidants, and doesn't contain added sugar.
This healthy frozen yogurt bark created by The Nutrition Twins only has 18 calories in each piece.
The Nutrition Twins warn, "Just be careful not to add oil or butter to your popcorn which can add hundreds of extra calories.
Hardboiled eggs aren't just for breakfast! They're easy snacks that contain six grams of protein that will fill you up.