11 Quick Snacks for Around 200 Healthy Calories

Snacking can be the downfall of any healthy diet plan.

I’m astounded by the sheer number of unhealthy snack options that are hurled at us at every turn as we try to go about our business.

  • Dollar menus
  • Checkout displays
  • Vending machines
  • Office break rooms

However,  if we plan ahead, healthy smart snacks can be useful in preventing impulse buys, binge eating, and overeating at mealtime.

Snacks that have some protein, fiber, and a little healthy fat are usually the best because they leave the us feeling satisfied for longer.

Below I’ve put together pictures and calorie information for 11 snacks that will help you survive the unhealthy snack onslaught between meals. I’ve also included macro amounts for those counting macros.

200 Calorie Snacks with Photos

Crunchies Freeze Dried Fruit – 120 Calories

crunchies fruit snacks

  • 1 whole bag contains 3.5 servings of fruit and just 120 calories.
  • All of the fruit’s nutrition and flavor is retained.
  • No added sugar, flavor, or preservatives.
  • 8 varieties to choose from.

HealtyEater sampled Crunchies and we were really impressed. All of the varieties were delicious and had the flavor of real fruit, but with a fun crunch. They’re perfect right out of the bag or as a topping for yogurt or your cereal.

Crunchies are a great low-calorie snack option that’s full of nutrition and satisfies the dieter’s need for something to crunch on.

-Carbs: 25 g
-Protein: 0 g
-Fat: 0 g

Buy Crunchies online here.

Banana & Natural Peanut Butter – 195 Calories


  • 1 Medium Banana
  • 1 Tablespoon Natural Peanut Butter (just peanuts and salt)

-Carbs: 26 g
-Protein: 5 g
-Fat: 8 g

See also how to use these two ingredients for a delicious peanut butter milkshake.

Veggies, PB, & Apple – 209 Calories


  • 1 Medium Apple
  • 1 Tablespoon Natural Peanut Butter (just peanuts and salt)
  • 1/2 Cup Carrots
  • 1/2 Cup Celery

-Carbs: 33 g
-Protein: 4 g
-Fat: 8 g

Granola Bar & Apple – 220 Calories


  • 1 Medium Apple
  • 1 Kashi Chewy Granola Bar

-Carbs: 42 g
-Protein: 6 g
-Fat: 5 g

Triscuits, PB, & Orange – 226 Calories


  • 5 Triscuits
  • 1 Tablespoon Natural Peanut Butter (just peanuts and salt)
  • 1/2 An Orange

-Carbs: 28 g
-Protein: 7 g
-Fat: 11 g

Yogurt & Apricots – 180 Calories


  • 6 oz. Dannon Light and Fit Yogurt
  • 6 Dried apricots

-Carbs: 39 g
-Protein: 6 g
-Fat: 0 g

Cottage Cheese & Banana – 235 Calories


  • 1 Medium Banana
  • 3/4 Cup Low-Fat Cottage Cheese

-Carbs: 29 g
-Protein: 21 g
-Fat: 4 g

Wheat Thins, Cheese, & Apple – 193 Calories


  • 1 Medium Apple
  • 8 Wheat Thins
  • 1 Wedge Light Laughing Cow Cheese

-Carbs: 34 g
-Protein: 3 g
-Fat: 6 g

See also my top 75 carb, protein, and healthy fat rich foods.

Crackers, PB, & Jam – 210 Calories


  • 3 Graham Cracker Squares
  • 1 Tablespoon Natural Peanut Butter (just peanuts and salt)
  • 1 Tbsp Low Sugar Jam

-Carbs: 24 g
-Protein: 5 g
-Fat: 10 g

Yogurt, Melon, & Almonds – 226 Calories


  • 6oz Dannon Lite & Fit Yogurt
  • 1 Cup Melon
  • 8 Almonds

-Carbs: 38 g
-Protein: 9 g
-Fat: 5 g

Granola Bar & Grapes – 202 Calories


  • 1 Kashi Chewy Granola Bar
  • 1 Cup Grapes

-Carbs: 26 g
-Protein: 7 g
-Fat: 5 g

Like dark chocolate as a snack? See our healthy dark dark chocolate guide here.

The Average Snack?

If we compare the above snack ideas to some common choices, we can see how significant calories can be saved by choosing the snacks pictured above.

Not to mention, they also deliver much better nutrition!

  • Snickers Candy Bar: 280 Calories
  • 24 Doritos Chips (2oz/56g): 300 Calories
  • Starbucks Vanilla Latte (grande): 250 Calories
  • Little Debbie Swiss Cake Rolls: 270 Calories
  • McDonalds Angus Swiss and Mushroom Snack Rap: 410 Calories
  • DQ Cookie Dough Blizzard (small): 710 Calories
  • 1 Dunkin’ Donuts Blueberry Cake Donut: 340 Calories
  • Lay’s Classic Potato Chips (2oz/56g): 320 Calories

The next time you’re out at the mall and think a DQ blizzard is a tempting snack, resist! Even the mini size is around 420 calories!

Making small changes to your normal snacking routine can have huge long-term rewards when it comes to not only your waistline, but also your overall good health.

Other Calorie Pictorial Guides:

300 Calorie Meals

Less than 400 Calorie Lunches

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