The 8 Best Delicious Good Snacks on Noom


Good snacks on Noom are hard to come by. So which options do you choose that guarantee your weight loss journey is satisfactory, according to Noom?

Guaranteed that Noom has a grading system that categorizes food into three classes; green, yellow, and red, but still, you need options.

This is precisely what this article will answer. Here are a set of good snacks on Noom for your use.


1. Sweet Potato Chips with Guacamole

This is the best way to take your potato chips dehydrated and with Guacamole. You can make your Guacamole at home and avoid all those too many sugar and oil brands.

This delicious meal takes approximately 40 minutes to prepare and contains no cholesterol and only 300 calories per serving.


Nutritional Facts

  • Calories 300
  • Total Fat 15g (19%)
  • Cholesterol 0mg
  • Sodium 710mg (31%)
  • Total Carbohydrate 42g (15%)
  • Dietary Fiber 11g (38%)
  • Total Sugars 8g (0g Added Sugars)
    Protein 4g –
  • Vitamin D 0mcg 0%
  • Calcium 66mg 6%
  • Iron 2mg 8%
  • Potassium 974mg 20%
  • Vitamin A 1224mcg 140%
  • Vitamin C 19mg 20%
  • Vitamin E 2mg 15%
  • Vitamin K 25mcg 20%
  • Thiamin 0.19mg 15%
  • Riboflavin 0.21mg 15%
  • Niacin 4mg 20%
  • Vitamin B6 0.58mg 35%
  • Folate 83mcg DFE 20%

2. Celery Sticks with Peanut Butter

Peanut butter plus celery sticks are one of the healthiest combinations on Noom. You can use carrot or banana slices if you don’t have celery.


This healthy snack takes less than 10 minutes to prepare, yet it contains a great deal of fibre and protein. Despite its nutrients, this snack is not suitable for all people, especially people with peanut allergies, where it causes dizziness, vomiting, and stomach imbalance.

Nutritional Facts

One serving of a minor, 5-inch (13-cm) long celery stalk topped with a tablespoon (16 grams) of 100% natural peanut butter contains the following;

  • Calories: 96
  • Carbs: 4 grams
  • Fibre: 1.6 grams
  • Fat: 8 grams
  • Protein: 4 grams
  • Niacin: 15% of the Daily Value (DV)
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  • Manganese: 13% of the DV
  • Copper: 11% of the DV
  • Magnesium: 7% of the DV
  • Vitamin B6: 6% of the DV
  • Phosphorus: 5% of the DV
  • Zinc: 5% of the DV
  • Vitamin E: 5% of the DV
  • Folate: 5% of the DV
  • Vitamin K: 4% of the DV

3. Green and Red Ball Pepper with Hummus

Green and red ball peppers are best eaten with hummus, but you can also try cucumber, carrots, or celery. You can also mix them all for a better combo. The good side is that it contains no trans fat, which increases the risk of heart disease and zero cholesterol.

Make sure you contact your dietician before you take this, as some people react to green pepper.

Nutritional Facts

One serving (57g) of this healthy noom snack contains the following;

  • Calories: 112
  • Total Fat: 8.8g (11%)
  • Saturated Fat 0.8g (4%)
  • Trans Fat 0g
  • Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
  • Monounsaturated Fat 0g
  • Cholesterol 0mg
  • Sodium 287mg (12%)
  • Total Carbs 8g (3%)
  • Dietary Fiber 2g (9%)
  • Total Sugars 2g
  • Sugar Alcohols 0g
  • Protein 3g (6%)
  • Vitamin A 120mcg (13%)
  • Vitamin C 10mg (11%)
  • Calcium 16mg (1%)
  • Iron 0.9mg (5%)

4. Greek Yogurt and Berries with a Drizzle of Honey

I love my Greek yogurt sweetened with honey, and I don’t know about you. When laced with honey, it is a powerful antioxidant and supplies other nutrients. This healthy combo is good for the heart and contains low calories and fat. The greek yogurt and berries combo is gluten, nut, and soy free and contains low sodium! That is a great value for a snack you can prepare in less than 5 minutes.

If you don’t like honey, that’s okay. You can add berries such as blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, or any other berry. Bananas are great substitutes too.

Nutritional Value

One cup of greek yogurt with 1/2 cup of blueberries and 1 teaspoon of honey contains the following;

  • 196 calorie
  • protein 23.5g
  • carbohydrates 24.6g
  • dietary fiber 1.8g
  • sugars 20.4g
  • fat 1.1g
  • cholesterol 11.3mg
  • vitamin c 7.2mg
  • folate 20.3mcg
  • calcium 252.4mg
  • iron 0.4mg
  • magnesium 29.3mg
  • potassium 377.9mg
  • sodium 82mg
  • thiamin 0.1mg
  • added sugar 6g

5. Hard-boiled Eggs with a Salt

You can always go for hard eggs when in a rush for breakfast, and you can prepare in 10 minutes. You can add salt or even pepper.

Eggs are very nutritious and contain a lot of protein. Eggs contain almost all the range of amino acids, meaning they are a complete protein source. They also contain many nutrients like Vitamin D, Calcium, Zinc, Vitamin B12 and B2. They also contain low calories and only about 5g of fat.

Nutritional Value

One hard-boiled egg (50g) and a sprinkle of salt contains the following;

  • Calories 77
  • Carbs 0.6 grams
  • Total fat 5.3 grams
  • Saturated fat1.6 grams
  • Monounsaturated fat 2.0 grams
  • Cholesterol 212 mg
  • Protein 6.3 grams
  • Vitamin A 6% of the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA)
  • Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 15% of the RDA
  • Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) 9% of the RDA
  • Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) 7% of the RDA
  • Phosphorus: 86 mg or 9% of the RDA
  • Selenium: 15.4 mcg, or 22% of the RDA

6. Dark Chocolate

This isn’t a drill. Dark chocolate is healthy. As long it is very dark, you can consume it as a noom health snack. The darker it is, the less sugar it contains. Just don’t get carried away. (winks)

Chocolate contains flavanols which are great for the heart. It is also an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and suitable for people with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Despite these benefits, dark chocolate is a calorie-dense snack with many saturated fats. Check the servings details on the manufacturer’s label before preparing your delicious cup of hot chocolate. Generally, I suggest you don’t take more than 20–30 g of dark chocolate daily.

Nutritional Facts

A 101-gram (g) bar of dark chocolate with 70–85% cocoa solids contains the following;

  • 604 calories
  • 7.87 g of protein
  • 43.06 g of fat
  • 46.36 g of carbohydrates
  • 11.00 g of dietary fibre
  • 24.23 g of sugar
  • 12.02 milligrams (mg) of iron
  • 230.00 mg of magnesium
  • 3.34 mg of zinc

7. Apple Slices and Almond Butter

Everyone loves apples; they are a good snack. Adding almond butter makes the experience more mouth-watering. Almonds are also rich in protein and healthy fats, supplying the nutrients apples don’t.

This healthy snack on noom is good for the heart, contains low calories, high fibre, and is soy and sodium free. It is also suitable for vegans. You can prepare this in 5 minutes. Almond butter is not suitable for some people and might result in reactions, so it’s good to contact your physician before you take this.

Nutritional Facts

One serving of a medium-sized apple and a teaspoon of almond butter contains the following;

  • 193 calories
  • protein 3.8g
  • carbohydrates 28.3g
  • dietary fibre 6.1g
  • sugars 19.9g
  • fat 9.2g
  • saturated fat 1.1g
  • vitamin c 8.4mg
  • folate 13.9mcg
  • calcium 68.1mg
  • iron 0.8mg
  • magnesium 53.8mg
  • potassium 315.1mg
  • sodium 38.2mg.

8. Green Smoothie

You can make this delicious smoothie with frozen bananas, fresh kale, water, and oat. Take this as breakfast, and you won’t have the urge to retake anything for a long time.

Green smoothies are great for weight loss as they contain less fat, protein, and fibre. They are also excellent sources of vitamins, minerals, and bioactive plant compounds. You can customize your green smoothie by adding Greek yogurt, which you can prepare in less than 10 minutes.

Nutritional Value

A homemade green smoothie contains the following ingredients; banana, avocado, protein powder, a handful of greens, and almond milk, while a store-bought one contains; apple juice, mango puree, pineapple juice, banana puree, kiwi puree, spirulina, natural flavour, alfalfa, broccoli, spinach, barley grass, wheatgrass, parsley, ginger root, kale, and odourless garlic.

An 8-ounce (240-mL) glass of homemade green smoothie contains the following;

  • Calories 146
  • Carbs 18.2 grams
  • Protein 6.9 grams
  • Fat  6 grams
  • Fibre 5.3 grams

Final Thoughts

Despite what these good snacks on Noom could do, you can’t rely on them alone; losing weight is much more than just dieting.

With Noom snack ideas and unique recipes, your weight loss journey is on a sure path.

Abdullahi Malumfashi is a healthcare/lifestyle writer with over six years of experience. He has written for Northpad, a lifestyle blog he helped reach over 3.5k monthly views. He has also freelanced for many other blogs and written for several news dailies in Nigeria. Currently, he is the lead writer for WeightLossPlansOnline.Com, a leading health and lifestyle blog in North America with tens of thousands of impressions monthly. Abdullahi’s interests include health, fitness, and nutrition as a trained microbiologist by profession. When he is not working, he is busy reading, watching documentaries, and enjoying the warm comfort of his bed.

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