Snacks under 250 Calories That’ll Tide You Over until Your Next Meal

Here are some healthy snack ideas (all under 250 calories) for those times when you just need a little something to tide you over until your next meal.

Woman eating grapes in front of a fridge, snacks that are 250 calories or less


Sometimes you get hungry in between meals, and that’s perfectly normal. Go the healthy route and snack on something that’s not only good for you, but satisfying enough to get you through until your next meal. Here are some of our favorite healthy snacks, all under 250 calories (hoorah!):

  • 4 slices turkey breast and one string cheese = 140 calories  
  • 2 celery stalks and 2 tablespoons peanut butter = 225 calories  
  • ½ cup strawberries and 25 almonds = 184 calories  
  • ½ cup hummus and 1 cup carrot sticks = 233 calories  

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  • 1 hard-boiled egg and a medium apple = 158 calories  
  • 1 cup cucumber slices and 2 slices Swiss cheese = 228 calories 
  • 5 oz. Greek yogurt and ½ cup blueberries = 181 calories 
  • 16 wheat crackers and 1 oz. cheddar cheese = 250 calories  
  • 1 single-serving bag white cheddar popcorn and 1 medium banana = 205 calories  
  • 15 black olives and ½ red bell pepper(sliced) = 166 calories  
  • ½ cup cottage cheese 1 medium pear (sliced) = 190 calories  
  • ¼ cup dried bananas and 2 tablespoons almond butter = 215 calories 
  • 1 Oatmeal Peanut Butter Protein Ball and 12 red grapes = 198 calories  

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