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21 Vegan Snacks Under 100 Calories

number 1) Miso soup and 2 carrots, cut up into sticks

miso soup

number 2) ¼ avocado drizzled with lemon juice on 4 small (2 inches diameter) rice crackers

number 3) ½ banana and 1 tsp peanut butter

number 4) Nori roll made with ¼ cup rice, seaweed wrap, cucumber and pickled ginger

nori roll

number 5) 2 tablespoon hummus with ¼ celery cut into sticks

number 6) Lite packet of soup with cracked pepper plus 5 rice crackers

number 7) 1 small apple cut up into wedges and drizzled with 1 teaspoon of maple syrup

number 8) 4 medjool dates

number 9) 1 oreo cookie and a cup of coffee with soy milk oreo

number 10) 1 small tomato sliced finely, 1 tsp of margarine, cracked pepper and salt on 1 slice wholemeal toast

number 11) Smoothie made from ½ cup watermelon, ice and ½ cup soy milk smoothie

number 12) 1 punnet of strawberries, sliced and covered in a sprinkle of sugar (1-2 tsp)

number 13) 9 cashews

number 14) 1 cup homemade veggie soup made with carrots, kale, tomato puree and parsnips

number 15) 1 small soy flat white

number 16) 1 small glass of vegan red wine (125 mls) red wine

number 17) 25 small black olives

number 18) 3 medium spiced gherkins (30g each) gherkins

number 19) 3 Leda vegan gingernut cookies

number 20) 2 medium Lebanese cucumbers, sliced and drizzled with vinegar and salt, 1 slice wholemeal bread

number 21) 1 piece of mountain bread, 1 tsp strawberry jam mountain bread


Photo credits – thanks! – nori roll -gherkin mountain bread
richard.scharfenberg – headline pic


6 thoughts on “21 Vegan Snacks Under 100 Calories

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