5 Healthy(ish) Snacks From Aldi’s Under 500 Calories

Back with another under 500 calories snack post. Last time we went to Target and found 5 snacks

This time, we made a stop into Aldi’s (probably my favorite market!). And did the same thing.

Finding 5 healthy-ish snacks, with, per serving, calories under 500.

1. Chocolate Chip Granola Bars – 100 Calories Each

2. Trail Mix – 230 Calories Each

3. Elevation Protein Bars – 200 Calories Each

4. Boom Chicka Pop Corn – 150 Calories per serving

5. My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream – 100 Calories Each

And, that’s 5! Have you tried any of these? Do you have a favorite low cal snack?

Where should we go next???

5 Healthy(ish) Snacks From Target Under 500 Calories

Try out some of these snacks I found in TARGET.

All under 500 calories per serving

All healthy (ish)

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1. Oikos Greek Yogurt. Just 100 calories per pack

2. Sabra Snackers: Guacamole & Tortilla Chips – 220 Calories

3. Perfect Bar- 330 Calories

4. Good & Gather Quick Bites: 170 Calories per tray

5. Halo Top Birthday Cake Ice Cream: 280 Calories

That’s 5! We’ll do a part two, either in a different market or try it again in Target with different items.

Top 3 Reasons To Meal Prep

I think meal prepping, for a LARGE amount of people, is the key to success or failure in reaching their current health and fitness goals.

1. It takes the guessing game out of your eating habits

You meal prep, you don’t worry about what’s for lunch at work. Or stopping for a snack at wawa or sheets. You know what you’re having before you even leave the house.

2. You know EXACTLY what you’re eating

When you meal prep, you know serving size. You know ingredients. You know exactly what you used to cook your food. No hidden ingredients like when you go out to eat.

3. Saves time

It may not seem like it when you’re spending 2 hours in the kitchen on a sunday. But, over the course of the week, you’ll save soooo much time. Meal prepping and cooking in bulk, even just your dinners, can save you 2/3/4 hours of not having to cook, or stop for food, the rest of the week.

Meal prepping is a major key in seeing results. If you don’t want to cook, there are meal prep services out there that will send you prepped meals to just heat up.

You’ll save money by doing it yourself, but, both will work!

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