Favorite low Cal "cheat" foods while cutting

bigdave

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hey guys i was wondering what do some of you eat on a cut diet that doesn't really hurt ur progress.. or foods u use do control a sweert tooth or fill u up. Any comments will be useful
My favorites are:
Dannon lite and fit yogurt 60 cals 5 grams protein gooood
Diet soda, snapple, juice, diet green tea
Reduced fat popcorn 200 cals in a whole microwave bag
lettuce, peppers,onions,broccoli
Hot pockets whole grain 200 cals 20 grams protein...
 
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Beef jerky

Diet v8 splash

fat free, low sugar icecream and diet pepsi float.


Those are some of my, cure the hunger pain and sweet tooth treats.
 
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i drink diet pop, i get turkey bacon, and occasionally i'll get a wrap at subway
 
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Banana or Apple with PB
Cashews
Small pouch of Starkist
Rice Patties with PB
Vanilla Flavored Non-Fat yogurt with Fresh Fruit of choice.
 
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Choc. protein powder (low/no sugar) shake w/peanut butter, Hershey's Cocoa powder (v. low sugar), splenda, and some cinnamon. Add ice, water, blend, drink!

I like to add Splenda to alot of my stuff to sweetin' it up w/o the calories. Obvious, but maybe overlooked. I too drink diet soda, but it's not really a sweet tooth killer at all for me.
 
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I like to mix cinnamon and splenda into 1% cottage cheese and dump in some whole grain cereal, or if you're avoiding carbs you can use Special K Carb Control. Especially delicious if you add some crunchy peanut butter!
 
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Boobies. No cals, always hot. :)
 
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How about cottage cheese, mixed fruit, and a hand full of walnuts. Freakin awsome snack!
 
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Those aren't 'cheat' foods though. Most people use them as part of their scheduled diet :p

Of course there's always healthy cheat foods by Anabolic innovations.
 
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To add, cashews...lil oatmeal, I need some more too!!
 
bigdave

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o almost forgot..sugar free jello.. i whole package only has 40 cals..with sum cool whip lite hmm
 
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Those aren't 'cheat' foods though. Most people use them as part of their scheduled diet :p

Of course there's always healthy cheat foods by Anabolic innovations.
ya'rly, because "cheating" wouldn't be low-cal.

my best sweet-tooth fix is a bowlful of cut fruit (pineapple, strawberries, melon) with a cup of nonfat plain yogurt poured on it, sprinkled with granola. Kinda girly, but tasty and filling. Helps when you don't feel like cleaning the blender.
 

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a food I can knowingly eat okay while cutting as a snack without regret is pickles (not sweet, dill ones). 5 cals a serving, the body probably burns about that much digesting them. And they taste alright, have a crunch...
 

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If you look around here, you can find the recipe for protein pudding. Make that with a scoop of peanut butter, its absolutely delicious
 

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great for cheat foods, but peanut butter is far from low cal, a big spoonful (1 serving) is about 200 cals. :run:

(but it's awesome in oats)
 
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at my cafeteria they had sugar free jello i had 7 bowls for lunch and then 9 for dinner.. the only macronutrient in there is like 1.3 grams of protein per half cup
 
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at my cafeteria they had sugar free jello i had 7 bowls for lunch and then 9 for dinner.. the only macronutrient in there is like 1.3 grams of protein per half cup
 

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great for cheat foods, but peanut butter is far from low cal, a big spoonful (1 serving) is about 200 cals. :run:

(but it's awesome in oats)
LOL, def true, however you can adjust the PB amount as needed, and with sugar/fat free pudding and protein powder you don't have many calories besides the PB and protein calories
 

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LOL, def true, however you can adjust the PB amount as needed, and with sugar/fat free pudding and protein powder you don't have many calories besides the PB and protein calories
True...
 

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