September 15, 2010

How do you like them apples?

Recently, I’ve discovered my love for apples. Seriously, they are phenomenal. Whenever I get a craving for something sweet, I normally go for a spoonful or two of ice cream direct from the carton (hey, it’s my carton of ice cream and no one else eats it!). But recently, instead of going for the ice cream, I find that apples satisfy my craving and sate my hunger without giving me too many calories.

My roommate went apple picking this past weekend with her brother and his family, and I asked her to bring me back a bag of apples. However, I have yet to find out if she did or not, as she’s been sick and staying at her boyfriend’s every night since she got back so that he can take care of her (boo, I want my apples! Oh yeah, and her company too…). Finally, this morning I picked up a bag of Red Delicious at the grocery store (that was what was on sale today). I am so excited about diving into an apple this afternoon for my snack 🙂 I know there a lot of other fruits and snack foods, but apples are just doing it for me lately.
What are your favorite low-calorie snacks?

3 thoughts on “How do you like them apples?”

  1. Honestly, apples do it for me too. I can just throw one in my bag and be good to go. When I get high in the miles I find that one of those in the afternoon really tides me over until dinner… know at like 10pm.

  2. I really like cantaloupe….especially with either fat free/low fat cottage cheese or with tuna fish (I know the latter sounds like a weird combo, but you have to try it if you haven’t. I also like the standard veggies with hummus, and the sugar-free dark chocolate jell-o puddings for when I need a chocolate fix 🙂

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