Nutrisystem Snacks

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How To Use This Sortable Snack List

Nutrisystem provides a large variety of snack options including bars, cakes, cookies and some savory snacks too like the Snack-A-Round chips and (my fave) the Sweet and Salty Snack Mix.  You can sort the list based on any of the key nutrients shown.  If you're watching your sodium intake then you may want to sort the list to find the snack with the highest and lowest amounts of sodium.  Sometimes if I'm trying to keep my calories lower I'll sort the list and find the lowest calorie items.  It's easy to do; just click the arrow next to the nutrient by which you wish to sort and select ascending (lowest to highest) or descending (highest to lowest).

Nutrisystem Snacks and Desserts

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* Means this meal is discontinued. We keep it on the list just in case you still have some in your pantry and just for historical reasons.

Type:  The container type for shelf stable items OR indicates if the food comes frozen.

Box: - These items come boxed and the food is inside a tray that can go in the microwave or the conventional over.

Bag: - These are usually items like bars or snack foods.

Box/Dry: - Dehydrated foods that must be reconstituted with water and heated in a microwave. These foods take an extra 5 - 10 minutes to re-hydrate after heating.

Pouch: - Shelf stable pouches that are opened partially or fully then placed in a microwave to heat.

Tub: - These are small cardboard lined tubs with pull tabs and plastic covers.

Frozen:  Meals that come frozen.

Fun Fact about Nutrisystem Snacks

Nutrisystem Sortable Meal Lists

You can sort any of the meal lists tby any key nutrient category like, calories, fats, cabs, protein, sodium or fiber.  Looking for the lowest calorie meal, or maybe one with the highest fiber or maybe you want the lowest carb?  Find it fast with our sortable meal list.

Nutrisystem Breakfast Meals

Nutrisystem Lunch Meals

Nutrisystem Dinner Meals

 

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Barbara Bowman graduated with degree in Foods and Nutrition from San Jose State University. As CEO of GourmetSleuth.com she spends most waking hours writing, cooking, eating, gardening and traveling.