20. Kale chips! They are super easy to make. Cut kale leaves into chip sized pieces (slightly larger, it’ll shrink as it dries), toss in whatever seasonings you want. I use salt, garlic powder and paprika usually. Then bake at 275F for 20 minutes, until they are completely dried out. Use the tiniest bit of oil (like a couple sprays of mist if you have one of those salad spritzers) to make it tastier, but use too much and it’ll be soggy. Don’t overlap leaves while baking or they will steam each other. Spices have no calories, kale is like 30 calories per cup of material. Eat an entire head with no guilt.
I also use a lot of vinegar as a low calorie dressing option. Make your own oil-free salad dressings, then drench whatever you want. Also I might be crazy, but I really like popcorn dipped in vinegar dressing.
A lot of people are saying fruit, and while I do like fruit, usually when I want chips, fruit isn’t the thing I want, if you know what I mean.