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Low Calorie Snacks

Low Calorie Snacks are an absolute game-changer when it comes to dieting and weight management! So the Snackfully team have collected some of the absolute best snacks that are low in calories, delicious and scratch that sweet tooth, to help you stay on track when it comes to dieting.

Our range goes beyond just low-calorie snacks; we've meticulously crafted a variety of wholesome choices to support your well-being and fitness journey. Everything in our collection provides a satisfying alternative to high-calorie treats and processed snacks. From crunchy veggie chips to protein-packed nut mixes and guilt-free granola bars, each snack is chosen for its flavour, nutritional value, and satiating qualities.

Whether you're seeking a post-workout refuel, a mid-afternoon energy boost, or simply a guilt-free indulgence, our selection has something to suit every taste and dietary preference. Parents searching for healthier snack options for their children will find a range of kid-friendly choices that are both nutritious and delicious from toddlers to teens.

And to make your snacking experience even better, orders over £20 qualify for FREE delivery. So why wait? Start exploring our collection of Nourishing Snacks today and treat yourself to snacks that taste great and nourish your body from the inside out.

High Protein Low Calorie Snacks

Indulge in our selection of high-protein, low-calorie snacks that fuel your body and keep you feeling satisfied between meals. Packed with protein and bursting with flavour, these snacks are perfect for supporting your active lifestyle and reaching your fitness goals.

Low Calorie Diet Snacks

Discover a variety of low-calorie diet snacks designed to help you maintain a healthy weight and stick to your dietary goals. With options ranging from crunchy vegetable sticks to protein-rich treats, our snacks make it easier than ever to snack smart and stay on track.

Low Calorie Sweet Snacks

Satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt with our collection of low-calorie sweet snacks. From fruity delights to decadent desserts, these treats are deliciously light on calories but big on flavour, making them the perfect guilt-free indulgence.

Low Calorie Savoury Snacks

Crunch into flavourful satisfaction with our range of low-calorie savoury snacks. From crispy roasted chickpeas to tangy seaweed crisps, these savoury delights are perfect for satisfying cravings while keeping your calorie count in check.

Low Calorie Chocolate Snacks

Indulge in the rich, velvety taste of chocolate without the guilt with our selection of low-calorie chocolate snacks. From dark chocolate-covered almonds to cocoa-dusted rice cakes, these treats offer a deliciously decadent way to satisfy your chocolate cravings while staying on track with your calorie goals.

Low Calorie Snack Bars

 Fuel your day with our range of low-calorie snack bars, perfect for on-the-go snacking. With a variety of flavours and textures to choose from, these convenient bars are packed with nutrients and flavour to keep you energised and satisfied wherever you go.

Low Calorie Late Night Snacks 

Satisfy your late-night cravings with our selection of low-calorie snacks designed to curb hunger without derailing your diet. From crunchy popcorn to porridge pots, these snacks offer a delicious way to indulge without the worry of excess calories before bedtime.


What is classed as a low-calorie snack?

A low-calorie snack is typically considered to be a snack that provides relatively few calories per serving while still offering some nutritional value. While there is no strict definition of how many calories constitute a low-calorie snack, generally, snacks containing around 100 calories or fewer per serving are often classified as low-calorie options. 

These snacks are often rich in essential nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, fibre, and protein, which can help keep you feeling satisfied between meals without contributing significantly to your overall daily calorie intake. 

Examples of low-calorie snacks include fresh fruits and vegetables, air-popped popcorn, rice cakes, Greek yoghurt, nuts and seeds (in moderation), and light cheese portions.

What are healthy snacks? 

Healthy snacks are nutritious food options that provide essential vitamins, minerals, and energy without excessive added sugars, unhealthy fats, or artificial ingredients. They typically include fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains, and lean protein sources. Whilst not always low in calories, it’s very common for healthy snacks to also be low in calories, meaning those on a weight loss diet can eat them.

Can you snack when trying to lose weight? 

Yes, you can snack when trying to lose weight, provided you choose nutritious, low-calorie options and practise portion control. Snacking can help manage hunger, prevent overeating at main meals, and provide sustained energy throughout the day.

What to snack on when dieting? 

If you’re dieting for weight loss - your snacking options will be more limited, as you’ll need to eat in a calorie deficit. However, we have a wide range of diet friendly snacks to help you with your weight loss goals.

Our low calorie snacks include pop corn, crisps, nuts, bars, whole-grain crackers and more.

What are low calorie foods? 

Low-calorie foods are those that provide a small number of calories per serving. These include fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, and certain dairy products. Choosing low-calorie foods can help support weight loss and healthy eating habits. 

For example picking a lean meat such as chicken or turkey over an option like bacon or beef will allow you to lower your calories.

Is popcorn low in calories? 

Yes, popcorn can be low in calories, especially when air-popped and served without added butter or oil. It is a whole grain snack that is naturally low in calories and can be a satisfying option for those looking to reduce calorie intake.

You can view our entire range of low calorie popcorns to help you with your fat loss goals.

What are some zero calorie foods?

While no foods are truly zero calories, there are several options that are extremely low in calories and can be consumed in large quantities with minimal impact on calorie intake. Examples include leafy greens like lettuce and spinach, cucumbers, celery, and certain herbs and spices.

What foods fill you up the most?

Foods that are high in fibre, protein, and water content tend to be the most filling. Examples include fruits and vegetables, beans and legumes, whole grains, lean proteins such as chicken and fish, and foods with a high water content like soups and stews.

Many protein bars and high-protein snacks will also be high in fibre, making them a much healthier alternative to traditional chocolate bars, biscuits or snacks.

What are low-fat snacks?

Low-fat snacks are those that contain minimal amounts of fat per serving. Examples include fruits, vegetables, air-popped popcorn, rice cakes, plain Greek yoghurt, and low-fat dairy products such as skim milk and cottage cheese.

Low Calorie Snack Swaps for High Calorie Favourites

Swap high-calorie snacks like potato chips, chocolate bars, and sugary biscuits for lower calorie, healthier alternatives.

Swap high calorie, fat and carb crisps for low calorie delicious favourites such as The Curators and Well & Truly.

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Incorporating High-Fibre Low-Calorie Snacks for Satiety

To help feel fuller for longer, and in turn eat few calories over the course of a day, look to Incorporate high-fibre snacks like fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds into your diet. These snacks not only provide essential nutrients but also help regulate digestion and support overall health.

What is an easy way to reduce calories for fat loss?

An easy way to reduce calories for fat loss is to swap high-calorie snacks and beverages for lower-calorie alternatives. Focus on incorporating whole, minimally processed foods into your diet, and pay attention to portion sizes to ensure you're consuming an appropriate amount of calories for your weight loss goals.

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