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thank you for this great list along with the amount for one snack. I am diabetic and could use some new ideas to spice it up.

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SisterAnne 07-29-2010 04:34 AM

thank you for this great list along with the amount for one snack. I am diabetic and could use some new ideas to spice it up.

Emmy 07-28-2010 07:59 PM

peanut butter
no sugar pudding cups
applesauce (in the little containers)
low fat string cheese
3 graham cracker squares
popcorn (no butter, no salt) 3 cups
cottage cheese w/fruit
cottage cheese with weiner
3/4 cup of cheerios
15 baby carrots/ranch dressing
no sugar jello

Following is a list of snacks you can purchase at most supermarkets. These are great snacks to take with your wherever you go. They are calculated to supply 12 to 15 grams of carbohydrates or one carbohydrate (1 bread/starch) exchange:

One small apple
Eight animal crackers (not frosted)
Four medium fresh apricots or seven dried halves
1/2 of a banana rolled with 2-tablespoons Grape Nuts cereal
1 cup cubed cantaloupe
Twelve Bing cherries
Two chocolate mousse bars (Weight Watchers)
1/2 cup chow mein noodles
Three dried dates
Two small dried figs
Two sugar-free fudgesicles
Three gingersnaps
36 Goldfish (adds 1 fat exchange)
Three graham crackers (2 1/2-inch square)
1/2 low-fat granola bar
15 grapes
Five kumquats
Three Lorna Doones (adds 1 fat exchange)
12 loquats
Five slices melba toast
One small nectarine
1 cup skim milk
Three thin sliced Norwegian Kavli flatbread (2 thick sliced)
One small orange
One small peach
Three peanut butter sandwich crackers (adds 1 fat exchange)
One small pear
16 Mr. Phipps Tater Crisps (adds 1 fat exchange)
Two small plums
24 oyster crackers
3 cups popcorn (popped by hot air, or low-fat microwave)
Three dried pitted prunes
15 fat-free potato or tortilla chips
3/4 ounce pretzels
2 tablespoons raisins
Two rice cakes (4" diameter)
Seven Ritz crackers (adds 1 fat exchange)
Six saltine crackers
Two Stella d'Oro Sesame Breadsticks (adds 1 fat exchange)
One tangerine
15 Teddy Grahams (adds 1 fat exchange)
Five reduced-fat Triscuits
Six Vanilla Wafers (adds 1 fat exchange)
Six Waverly Wafers (adds 1 fat exchange)
12 Original Wheat Thins (adds 1 fat exchange)
13 Reduced-fat Wheat Thins (adds 1/2 fat exchange)
1 cup nonfat fruit-flavored yogurt (sweetened with sugar sweetener)
1/2 cup of either I Can't Believe It's Yogurt or TCBY frozen yogurt or Baskin Robbins, Sugar-Free Ice Cream

luvelementary 07-28-2010 07:44 PM

My husband's favorite snacks right now are green apples and sugar-free pudding cups. They are both quick and simple and fit nicely in his lunch box. He also likes Wheat Thins.

hereiam 07-28-2010 07:19 PM

What are some good quick and easy snacks for diabetics? A friend keeps getting cookbooks with several ingredients and commented today, "I wish I just had a list of quick and easy one ingredient no work snacks!" Anybody got some good ideas for this list?

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