Delicious Street Foods That Are Not Very High In Calories

In the US, people are used to eating a lot of fast food. There are McDonald’s and Burger King on every corner, but another option has been gaining popularity in recent years: street foods. These delicious treats can be found at festivals or fairs all over America. They’re usually cheap, they taste great, and you don’t need any special equipment to make them! Here are some tasty examples from around the country.

1. Fried Chicken Sandwich

This one comes with two pieces of fried chicken breast sandwiched between two slices of white bread. It costs about $2-3 dollars depending on where it was purchased. The best part? You get your choice of dipping sauce. The tasty meal has about 400 calories per sandwich.

2. Hot dog

If you want something similar to a hot dog but healthier, go for this grilled veggie dog. A grilled veggie dog only has 300 calories compared to a regular beef frank which has 380 calories. Hotdogs come in many different flavors, so choose wisely by reading nutrition labels before purchasing. If you are worried about the number of calories you get, it will be best to check hot dog nutrition information online before purchase. The amount is dependent on the size, ingredients, and the manufacturer of the hot dog. 

3. Pizza Rolls

Pizza rolls consist of pizza dough rolled up into a tube shape and baked until golden brown. Like other snacks, these tasty treats contain lots of sodium, carbs, and calories. However, if you use whole wheat flour rather than refined white flour, you may find yourself saving more money while still enjoying an indulgent snack. Going for this delicious meal could cost as little as 50 cents.

4. Bagel Chips

Bagel chips are made by slicing bagels into thin strips and frying them in oil. These crispy chips have been found at most grocery stores. They can range anywhere from 60 – 80 calories per ounce. Bagel chips are perfect for those who love salty foods because they provide both saltiness and crunchy texture.

5. Fish and Fries

If you want a healthy meal that tastes good, fish and fries should be high on your list. Fried codfish has less saturated fats compared to other fried meats. However, if you prefer something different, baked potato wedges topped with salmon fillet are just as tasty. Both dishes contain around 200 calories.

6. Pretzels

These pretzel-shaped crackers are usually dipped in mustard or honey. They are prevalent among children. Most people think that eating too many pretzels will cause weight gain; however, research shows otherwise. Eating one small handful every few hours won’t make you gain any extra pounds. It’s recommended that adults consume no more than 20 grams of carbohydrates daily.

7. Crackers

Crackers are another common food item that comes in various shapes and sizes. You’ll see everything from plain old graham cracker squares to flavored ones such as cinnamon raisin, blueberry, pumpkin spice, and others. Many types also feature cheese inside. When choosing your favorite variety, remember to read the label carefully. A single slice of bread can easily pack over 300 calories. Choose low-fat options instead.

8. Fruit Bars

Fruit bars are similar to fruit roll-ups but without all the sugar. Instead, they offer dried fruits mixed with nuts and seeds. This combination makes them healthier alternatives to traditional sweets. Plus, they taste great!

9. Cheeseburgers

Cheeseburgers come in a wide array of flavors ranging from classic American cheeseburgers to Asian chicken burgers. The ingredients vary depending on what kind of flavor you choose. But regardless of which option you go with, it is best to limit yourself to two servings per week. Try making your version using lean ground beef, reduced-fat cheddar cheese, egg whites, onion powder, garlic powder, and milk if you want to enjoy some cheesy goodness. Mix until combined, then form patties. Cook for five minutes on each side before enjoying.

10. Chicken Wings

Chicken wings are typically deep-fried and served hot. While these snacks aren’t exactly light, they include protein, so they help keep hunger away. Each wing packs approximately 100 calories. To cut back on this calorie intake, order half a dozen wings rather than an entire bucketful.

There are plenty of delicious street foods out there that don’t have much impact on our waistlines. These foods may not always fit into our diets perfectly, but we shouldn’t let that stop us from trying new things. After all, life isn’t about perfection. So next time you’re craving something sweet, why not indulge? Just eat smart by limiting portions and opting for lower-calorie versions of your favorites. And when you feel full, drink lots of water to stay hydrated.

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