Your 100-Calorie Serving-Size Guide

Even if you think you're cutting unhealthy corners, you might be consuming more than you think!

Your 100-Calorie Serving-Size Guide

Even if you think you're cutting unhealthy corners, you might be consuming more than you think! From coffee creamer to a dollop of sour cream, some foods can be secretly packed with unwanted calories. Do you know what adds up to 100 calories? Find out!

Nutritional facts from Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD


Almonds (Whole)

100-calorie serving: 15 almonds

Almonds, a natural antioxidant, are a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. And like all foods high in vitamin E, almonds keep skin moisturized and soft by promoting oil production.

Recipe idea: Almond-Crusted Chicken With Sweet Potatoes and Asparagus

Pumpkin spice — it gives you all the warm and cozy feelings of fall! The pumpkin spice latte is a go-to for a lot of people. But at 400 calories from one store and at least $5 a drink, it racks up in more ways than one. So here's a quick and easy recipe to slim down the fall-favorite drink and enjoy it without the guilt. It's Dr. Oz-approved at just 45 calories!