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10 Simple Late Night Snacks to Help You Lose Weight

Late Night Snacks

Your doctor has told you that you need to lose weight, but that doesn’t mean you have to suffer through endless hours of hunger and complete food deprivation. If you’re hungry at night, plenty of healthy snacks will satisfy your sweet tooth and keep your cravings under control as you shed pounds. Try out one or two of these ten late night snacks to help you lose weight naturally and sustainably for your body.

10 Late Night Snacks to Help You Lose Weight

We have compiled a list of the snacks that will help you in losing weight even if you eat them at late night.

1. Crunchy Cucumber

Cucumbers are like a cool drink of water when you’re hungry and trying to lose weight. They’re easy on the stomach and light enough that they won’t disrupt your sleep but still satisfying enough to keep you feeling full. Plus, they’ve got high potassium levels, which is great for restoring electrolytes lost during exercise! Add a little salt or paprika to add flavour and nutrients. This is considered as one of the simple late night snacks that you can try on.

Crunchy Cucumber, Late Night Snacks

How to Make Crunchy Cucumber For Your Late Night Snacks

Chop them up into slices, quarter the slices lengthwise, or use a veggie peeler to create cucumber ribbons that are perfect for dipping into hummus. If you’re more in the mood for something savoury than sweet, try this recipe with a little spice!

2. Chocolate Milk

Adding chocolate milk to your late night snack routine is a great way to get calcium, protein, and carbs while satisfying those pesky late night cravings. I recommend enjoying it in a cup or, even better, drinking it out of an oversized coffee mug, so you feel like you’re having a sip. Keep the drink under 250 calories by opting for low-fat chocolate milk.

Chocolate Milk

How to Make Chocolate Milk For Your Late Night Snacks

Once the milk reaches a low boil-slowly, stir in 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder until smooth. If desired, stir in a teaspoon of sugar and a dash of vanilla extract. Let cool for about five minutes before pouring it into an insulated mug or travel thermos. Pour the hot chocolate milk into an insulated mug with a lid or travel thermos preheated with boiling water, then place it back on the stovetop to keep warm as you drink it. Drink up while it’s still hot!

3. Red Pepper Dip

You can have your late night snacks with Red Pepper Dip. This is a simple and quick way to fulfil your late-night craving for something tasty. It also happens to be very healthy and perfect for weight loss. This dish is so easy and satisfying that you can use it as a go-to after-school snack. 

Red Pepper

How to Make Red Pepper Dip For Your Late Night Snacks

Grab your cutting board, knife, skillet and 8-inch nonstick frying pan so you can make some of this tasty dip before it’s too late! Cut the pepper into thin strips, then chop them into smaller pieces once peeled away from their skin. Place 1/2 teaspoon olive oil in an 8-inch nonstick frying pan over medium heat until shimmering but not smoking. Add one onion and two garlic cloves, often stirring, until soft and golden brown, about 10 minutes. Add the chopped red peppers, salt (1 teaspoon), black pepper (1/4 teaspoon) and cayenne pepper (a pinch). Cover tightly with a lid and cook for 5 minutes more. Finally, add three tablespoons of water to deglaze the pan. Transfer everything to a food processor fitted with the chopping blade, or use a blender if you don’t have one.

4. Trail Mix

Trail mix: Combine your favourite mix of nuts, seeds, dried fruit, chocolate chips and other items for an irresistible snack pack that’s easy to eat on the go. Just aim for two tablespoons per serving and then adjust according to preference. Use fresh berries if possible. If not, frozen berries will do in a pinch.

Add protein powder for an added punch of nutrients and carbs, depending on how many you use. Try this recipe for Berry Almond Protein Bars with Coconut Oil for variety. They’re low-carb, gluten-free and dairy-free too!

Mix up trail mix flavours by incorporating various combinations of rice cakes, cheese sticks, dark chocolate chunks, banana chips and more. Keep the portions in check so as not to ruin any progress made during your weight loss journey.

Trail Mix

How to Make Trail Mix For Your Late Night Snacks

All you need is nuts or seeds (peanuts, almonds, walnuts), a dry fruit (raisins, cranberries, cherries), and a dark chocolate chip or mini-square. You can add whatever spices are on hand, like cinnamon, ginger or turmeric. Mix it in a bowl or jar, and you’re ready to munch!

5. Popcorn

You can easily toss a bag of air-popped popcorn into the microwave for 1-2 minutes, add salt and a pinch of pepper, and have a great low-calorie and satisfying snack. Keep an eye on the microwave, so you don’t overheat it – if your microwave is new, be sure to check the instructions for proper power levels. 

Popcorn also contains something called resistant starch, which helps give it an edge over other late night snacks as it’s easier to digest than anything high in carbs or sugars. This makes it ideal for those who want something low-calorie but filling after dinner or at work when winding down.


How to Make Popcorn For Your Late Night Snacks

You only need a pot and stove to make a healthy, quick popcorn snack. A tablespoon of oil or butter goes in the bottom of the pot, followed by one teaspoon of either natural unrefined sea salt or Himalayan pink salt. Next, put about two tablespoons of organic kernels on top of the oil and sea salt. Cover with a lid and set over medium-high heat for about five minutes. After five minutes, please turn off the heat but keep the lid on so it keeps cooking for another minute. Stir once before serving.

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6. Sliced Apples with Peanut Butter

Creamy peanut butter and the sweetness of an apple complement each other perfectly. They are filling, contain healthy fats and fibre, and can satisfy that late-night craving without adding too many calories to your diet. Peanut butter is also a good source of protein and contains healthy vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin E, manganese, B vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc.

An average-sized apple has only 95 calories, while a serving of peanut butter typically contains around 100 calories. Eating two slices of apples with one tablespoon of natural peanut butter will provide you with 210 calories while still being able to count it as your fruit for the day!

Sliced Apple

How to Make Sliced Apples with Peanut Butter For Your Late Night Snacks

Slice up a fresh apple and put it in a bowl; add one tablespoon of peanut butter and mix it. Add extra toppings, such as cinnamon, honey, maple syrup or nuts. In less than 10 minutes, you can have a satisfying snack that won’t leave you feeling guilty because apples are low in calories and rich in fibre, while peanut butter contains healthy fats and protein.

7. Turkey Roll-Ups 

Roll a slice of whole-wheat or whole-grain bread into a cylinder shape. Place the cheese and turkey on top of the roll and wrap the entire thing in a slice of bacon. Bake in an oven until the bacon is crispy, and enjoy while it’s still warm!

These rollups are great for when you have cravings late at night but don’t want to eat anything unhealthy. They’re also perfect for travelling and making ahead so that you always have something delicious waiting for you in your fridge!

Turkey Roll Ups

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How to Make Turkey Roll-Ups For Your Late Night Snacks

Place the tortilla on a cutting board and spread the mayonnaise over one side. Layer the turkey, avocado, tomato, basil leaves and cheese on top of one another (layer only up to 1/3 of the tortilla). Starting with one edge of the tortilla, roll it up like a burrito into a tight tube. Serve with fresh or sour cream dips or as-is for a low-carb option.

8. Black Bean Dip

To make black bean dip, start by draining a can of black beans. Mash them up in a bowl and salt to taste. Pour the mixture into a small serving dish and enjoy! Add some diced jalapeno pepper to your recipe for an extra spicy kick.

Another good idea is to use this as a substitute for high-fat dips like mayonnaise or sour cream on your next taco night. As always, remember that balance is key when you are looking for weight loss success!

Black Bean Dip

How to Make Black Bean Dip For Your Late Night Snacks

Start by draining and rinsing a can of black beans and mixing them with fresh salsa, chopped cilantro, and an optional dash of cumin. Serve with tortilla chips or vegetables. Eating the dip will help you feel full between meals so that you won’t have those midnight cravings leading to weight gain!

9. Strawberry Smoothie

The Strawberry Smoothie is another Late Night Snack on our list. Combine one cup of frozen berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries) with water, skim milk, soymilk, and vanilla extract. Pour the mixture into a blender and add a handful of ice cubes. Blend on high until the smoothie is thick and slushy.

Add more water if desired for a thinner texture. Add your favourite sweetener for some added flavour! Drink this as a snack instead of any other unhealthy options late at night, and you’re sure to feel good about yourself the following day!

Strawberry Smoothie

How to Make Strawberry Smoothies For Your Late Night Snacks

You’ll need -1 cup of strawberries, -1⁄2 frozen bananas, -2 tablespoons of honey and -1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend on high speed until creamy smooth (about 2 minutes). Enjoy the Drink. Make one serving.

10. Egg Roll in a Bowl

Egg Roll in a Bowl is one of my favourite low-calorie, high-protein meals for weight loss. It’s super easy to make too! Just scramble two eggs and add 1⁄2 cup of shredded carrots, cabbage or greens, 1⁄4 teaspoon of garlic powder, and black pepper. Heat some brown rice in the microwave, then mix everything. Add soy sauce if you like it more salty and spicy!

A protein egg roll bowl can be eaten hot or cold. If eaten cold, microwave it for 30 seconds before eating. My favourite way to eat this dish is when I’m craving something crunchy and savoury: I fry an egg roll wrapper with half an inch border around the edges. I put all the ingredients inside, then fry until golden brown and crispy on both sides. Served with green onion on top, this dish will satisfy any late-night craving!

Egg Roll

How to Make Egg Roll For Your Late Night Snacks

Chop up your veggies in the order that will take the longest to cook. (Bell peppers > mushrooms > onion) Heat olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add bell pepper and onions. Cook until soft. Add the mushrooms, break two eggs into the pan and scramble them together with the other ingredients until cooked. Remove from heat and add salt to taste (optional). Serve on whole wheat toast or as is if desired.


We all have that moment when we are craving a midnight snack, but most late night snacks are unhealthy, and the best way to avoid it is by snacking on something healthy before you go to bed. These late night snacks will help satisfy your cravings but won’t make you gain weight. 


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