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This list of healthy late night snacks is here to save your diet goals! Late night snacking is often the detriment of weight loss. Once started, it’s hard to stop eating those delicious, greasy chips or other high calorie foods. These healthy late night snacks are here to save you in more ways than one Not only will they help satisfy your cravings, but they actively work to decrease even more cravings. Healthy late night snacks are all under 300 calories and we have a range of high protein options, low-fat options, high fiber, and even low sugar and low sodium options. There are even packaged options, so you don’t have to “make” anything if you don’t want to. So whether you’re looking for something to top off your protein for the day or a bite of chocolate, this list has got you covered. Let’s dig right in! 

1. Healthy Late Night Snacks: Quakers Chocolate Rice Cakes with PB2

We’re starting off with two late night snack classics- chocolate and crunch. Rice cakes are a fantastic option for healthy late night snacks because they offer a good crunch without a lot of fat, calories, or high glycemic carbs. Rice cakes can easily fill you up and curb those cravings. Pairing the chocolate rice cakes with PB2 gives you an amazing chocolate peanut butter dessert under 200 calories.

2 Rice Cakes and 2 Tbsp of PB2 powder is 6 Weight Watchers points. 165 calories, 4 g fat, 29 g carbs, 7 g protein, 2 g fiber, 9 g sugar, 175 mg sodium. 

2. Protein Smoothie

I personally love a protein smoothie at night rather than something calorie dense like a milk shake. This version will give you 26 grams of protein, which if you didn’t know, research from the National Institute of Health suggests protein can actually help you sleep better. And the best part is, you can flavor it any way you want by using different protein powder flavors. To make a good smoothie, blend half of a frozen banana, one scoop of whey protein powder, one cup of unsweetened almond milk, and ten grams (about one tbsp) of sugar-free, fat-free Jello pudding mix. To make it extra thick, add some ice. 

A protein smoothie following the ingredients listed is 4 Weight Watchers points. 206 calories, 4 g fat, 18 g carbs, 26 g protein, 3 g fiber, 8 g sugar, 328 mg sodium. 

3. Two Good Pumpkin Yogurt and Lily’s No Sugar Added Chocolate Chips

While we’re on the cold and creamy healthy late night snacks, we need to talk about nonfat Greek yogurt. The flavors offered now are absolutely amazing. You could have a different flavor each night for a whole month and never get bored. Two Good is a fantastic brand because it’s high in protein, but low in sugar. Top it with a few no sugar added chocolate chips, and you’ve got a snack that will satisfy you much more than calorie-dense ice cream. 

One container of Two Good Yogurt and 15 Lily’s chocolate chips is 3 Weight Watchers points. 92 calories, 3 g fat, 5 g carbs, 12 g protein, 1 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 35 mg sodium. 

4. Healthy Late Night Snacks: Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt Bars

Yasso jumped on the nonfat Greek yogurt train and made delicious dessert bars with it. You can find fruit flavors, chocolate flavors, and caramel flavors. The chocolate fudge brownie tastes very indulgent – you won’t miss the calories at all! The bars range in Weight Watchers points depending on the flavor. Fruit-flavored bars are 3 points and the more indulgent chocolate versions go up to 5 Weight Watchers points per bar. 

1 bar is anywhere from 3-5 Weight Watchers Points depending on the flavor. A 5 point bar is 100 calories, 1 g fat, 19 g carbs, 5 g protein, 0 g fiber, 13 g sugar, 60 mg sodium. 

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5. Zero Point Weight Watchers Jello Grapes

These grapes are a recipe from this very website! If you’ve never had frozen grapes, you absolutely have to try them. You’ll be surprised at how sweet they get. By rolling them in a sugar-free jello mix, you can give them a bit more sweetness without any extra calories. This is a great recipe to have stocked in the freezer for when the late night cravings hit. 

1 cup is 0 Weight Watchers Points. 109 calories, .1 g fat, 28 g carbs, 1 g protein, 1.5 g fiber, 23 g sugar, 3 mg sodium. 

6. Lantana Avocado Hummus with Pretzel Crisps

Guacamole is a yummy snack, but adds up in calories very quickly. Alternatively, you can use this avocado hummus to get the delicious avocado taste while also saving yourself some fat and calories. Lantana avocado hummus is amazing with crunchy pretzel crisps- which are also low in fat. Try the buffalo wing flavor with this avocado hummus – you’ll not be sorry! 

4 Tbsp of hummus and 10 pretzel crisps are 7 Weight Watchers points. 270 calories, 14 g fat, 32 g carbs, 6 g protein, 3 g fiber, 4 g sugar, 590 mg sodium. 

7. Healthy Late Night Snacks: Quest Chili Lime Protein Chips

For a protein boost with some crunch, give Quest chips a try. Compared to typical potato chips, they are very low in carbs and fat, and will give you 20 grams of protein per serving. The texture is a bit thin, but once you get used to it, it will be a new go-to for healthy late night snacks. 

1 bag is 3 Weight Watchers points. 140 calories, 5 g fat, 4 g carbs, 20 g protein, 1 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 320 mg sodium. 

8. Epic Oven Baked Pork Rinds 

Pork rinds are also a great late night snack if you enjoy them normally. Epic (the brand) has baked theirs in an oven rather than deep fried them. This allows them to be lower in fat and higher in protein. Epic offers several flavors to choose from like Cinnamon churro, Himalayan sea salt and black pepper, or chili lime. Just make sure to look for the “oven baked” sign on the bag. 

1 oz is 3 Weight Watchers points. 140 calories, 7 g fat, 2 g carbs, 16 g protein, 0 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 300 mg sodium. 

popcorn in wooden bowl
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9. Healthy Late Night Snacks: Air Popped Popcorn

You’ve got to love popcorn and movie nights. Most popcorn (even Skinny Pop) is made with butter or oil, which racks up in calories. By popping your own with an air popper, you’l save yourself hundreds of calories. You could even spray on a bit of Pam spray, and add salt and herbs for flavor without adding calories. 

If you’ve never made air popped popcorn, here’s a how to from Taste of Home.

4 cups is 0 Weight Watchers points. 124 calories, 1 g fat, 25 g carbs, 1 g protein, 5 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 4 mg sodium. 

10. Popcorners Kettle Corn Popped Snack

If you haven’t had Popcorners chips, they are a mix between a chip and popcorn. The kettle corn flavor is especially delicious and perfect for healthy late night snacking. It will give you that sweet and salty flavor we often crave late at night. 

18 crisps is 5 Weight Watchers points. 138  calories, 4 g fat, 23 g carbs, 2 g protein, 0 g fiber, 3 g sugar, 116 mg sodium. 

11. Healthy Late Night Snacks: Frozen Berries with Cool Whip Lite Whipped Topping

Sometimes simple is best. A cup of frozen berries (thawed) or microwaved for 1 minute so you can actually bite into them is all you need to cap off that sweet tooth late at night. Adding a dash of cinnamon and a dollop of light Cool Whip can elevate it to feel like a crustless berry pie. You’ll also be getting essential antioxidants that can help you fight off flu season. 

1 cup of frozen berries and 2 tbsp of Cool Whip Lite is 1 Weight Watcher point. 100 calories, 1 g fat, 24 g carbs, 1 g protein, 9 g fiber, 10 g sugar, 0 mg sodium. 

12. Peanut Butter Banana Toast 

Although peanut butter banana toast is often a breakfast item, it works well as a late night snack too. Peanut butter is filling and can be a healthy fat for brain health. It is calorie dense, so keeping it to a tablespoon or two will keep your calories in check. You could also use PB2 powder instead. A banana is full of potassium, which is great to have after a long, active day. Whole grain toast will give you a bit of fiber to help keep you full all night long. 

1 slice of bread, 1 banana, and 1 tbsp of PB is 7 Weight Watchers points. 310 calories, 10 g fat, 52 g carbs, 10 g protein, 9 g fiber, 21 g sugar, 246 mg sodium. 

13. Light String Cheese

Light string cheese is on the lighter side of late night snacks, but it is still satisfying. It can help you eat slowly with all the strings you can pull off. String cheese sticks also are easy to fit into your hand as you watch a movie, and leave no mess to clean up. It keeps it right at 100 calories for two string cheese sticks, so you could easily pair it with some fruit if you needed a bit more. 

2 sticks are 3 Weight Watchers points. 100 calories, 5 g fat, 2 g carbs, 12 g protein, 0 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 400 mg sodium. 

14. Healthy Late Night Snacks: HU Simple Dark Chocolate

On the more indulgent side of late night snacks is dark chocolate. Instead of reaching for a high sugar chocolate snack like M&M or a Snickers bar that is just going to leave you craving more, give HU chocolate a try. It is low in sugar and has fantastic ingredients. It will leave you feeling good about your choices, rather than weighed down by the guilt of a candy bar. 

1/2 bar is 10 Weight Watchers points. 190 calories, 14 g fat, 15 g carbs, 3 g protein, 3 g fiber, 7 g sugar, 0 mg sodium.

15. Bare Baked Crunchy Cinnamon Apple Chips

Bare has taken fruit and made it crunchy and delicious. These fruit chips are light, crispy, and slightly sweet. Rather than something high sugar like kettle corn, candy, or even gummy fruit snacks. You’re eating real fruit when you snack on Bare Baked Chips so you’ll get a whopping 6 grams of fiber in every serving. 

1 cup is 6 Weight Watchers points. 164 calories, 0 g fat, 40 g carbs, 1 g protein, 6 g fiber, 30 g sugar, 0 mg sodium.

16. Wilde Chicken and Waffle Protein Chips

Don’t hate on it before you try it! If you want ultra-crispy chips but also need some protein rather than fat or carbs, give Wilde Protein chips a try. They differ from Quest because Quest is made with whey protein powder, and Wilde is made with actual chicken and egg white protein. These are a fantastic option if you can’t have dairy or whey. There are also several flavors to choose from, so if chicken and waffles don’t call to you, you have other options. 

38 grams is 5 Weight Watchers points. 215 calories, 13 g fat, 11 g carbs, 13 g protein, 3 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 266 mg sodium.

17. Healthy Late Night Snacks: Snack Pack Sugar Free Chocolate Pudding

Throw it back to school days with these tasty chocolate puddings! The sugar-free versions are just 70 calories, so you’ve got room to top it with a bit of light Cool Whip and Lily’s No Sugar Added chocolate chips for an ultra-chocolaty dessert. These can feel indulgent without breaking the calorie bank. Plus, they are very budget-friendly, and you can share with your kids! 

1 pudding cup is 3 Weight Watchers points. 70 calories, 3 g fat, 14 g carbs, 1 g protein, 2 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 113 mg sodium.

Win the battle between dieting and late night snacking with this guide to healthy late night snacks. You no longer have to struggle with the cravings as these snacks will help you fight those cravings all while indulging your taste buds at the same time.

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  1. Love the late night snack ideas as that is when I like to eat & mostly the wrong things. This will be a great help to me. Thank you!!