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TIP OF THE DAY: Best Low Calorie Foods

Love great food but need help sticking to a New Year’s resolution?

We never start a diet without loading up on these favorites from our Diet Nibbles Section. Each is so delicious yet low in calories.

  • Bare Fruit Cinnamon Apple Chips. Almost as satisfying as apple pie. A .4-ounce serving is 29 calories. The chips are feather-light, so it’s a nice serving size. Get some. Read our review.
  • Blackberry Patch No Sugar Added Syrups. At 35 calories a tablespoon, add some to yogurt, use as a dipping sauce for apple slices or anywhere you need some sweetness. In Blackberry, Blueberry and Maple Pecan, one tablespoons is 25 calories. Get some. Read our review.
  • Bilinski’s Chicken Sausages. Low in fat and as little as 70 calories for a juicy link, we enjoy these with an egg for breakfast, for lunch with sauerkraut, in many dinner recipes and as protein-packed snacks. Get some at the supermarket—brands vary by region. Read our review.
  • Boylan’s Bottleworks Diet Sodas. Nobody makes better soda—regular or diet—than Boylans. The diet sodas—black cherry, cola, creme, orange and root beer—have 0 calories. Get some. Read our review.
    Combining the crunch of chips with the flavor of apples, we love this low-calorie snack from Bare Fruit. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky | THE NIBBLE.

  • FAGE 0% Greek Yogurt. Instead of sour cream, try this thick, tangy yogurt. Or, sweeten it with honey or fruit preserves for dessert. Get some at supermarkets nationwide (Chobani and Oikos are equally delicious); 15 calories/tablespoon, 90 calories per six-ounce container. Read our review.
  • Garlic Farms Garlic Juice. A calorie-free spray that adds fresh garlic flavor to anything. Get some. Read our review.
  • Infused Whitefish Roe. At just 20 calories a tablespoon, crunchy caviar is a most delicious snack atop a slice of cucumber. The roes are available plain or in flavors such as citron, mango, passionfruit and wasabi. Get some. Read our review.
  • The King’s Cupboard Sugar-Free Chocolate Sauce. When you’re dying for chocolate, a spoonful of this luscious, fudgy sauce is more than satisfying. One tablespoon is 55 calories. Get some. Read our review.
  • La Nouba Sugar Free Marshmallows. Better than supermarket marshmallows; no one will believe they’re sugar free! Three plump marshmallows have 41 calories. Get some. Read our review.
  • PB2 Peanut Butter Powder. With just two grams of fat and 45 calories per serving, PB lovers have a healthy alternative to full-fat peanut butter (at 190 calories per serving and approximately 16 grams of fat). Reconstitute it into a spread or sprinkle it on yogurt and other foods. Get some. Read our review.
    Do you have favorite low calorie products? Add them to this list!


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