5. One Apple and Peanut Butter
An apple might be sweet with sugars, but eat it with the skin on and it has a lot of fiber. Eat a whole apple with a teaspoon of peanut butter, and you can satisfy your sweet tooth, get some fiber, and fill yourself with protein to keep you full while you sleep.
4. Cheese with Whole Wheat Carbs
Cheese makes everything taste better, and it makes an ideal midnight snack. Combine string cheese and whole wheat crackers, and you’ve got yourself a snack that will leave you satiated until morning. You can also use ricotta cheese with some honey, or a sliver of American on a slice of whole wheat bread. Just keep the amount you consume under 200 calories, and it won’t impact your weight.
3. Avocado Toast
Avocado toast makes for a delicious and healthy late-night snack. Avocado is chock full of healthy nutrients like unsaturated fats, B vitamins, and high in fiber. It also has a creamy texture, which fools your mind into thinking you’re eating a rich snack. Stick to one slice of toast and keep your avocado plain, and you’ve got yourself a no-nonsense and tasty treat.