Low Calorie Alternatives - Grains
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Grains & Baked Goods
Low Calorie Alternatives
Source: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health. Aim for a Healthy Weight. NIH Publication No. 05-5213, Aug. 2005.
Rice or noodles (spaghetti, macaroni, etc.)
Pasta with white sauce (alfredo)
Pasta with red sauce (marinara)
Pasta with cheese sauce
Pasta with vegetables (primavera)
Bran flakes, crispy rice, etc.
Cooked grits or oatmeal
Whole grains (e.g., couscous, barley, bulgur, etc.) Reduced fat granola
Croissants, brioches, etc.
Hard french rolls or soft “brown ’n serve” rolls
Donuts, sweet rolls, muffins, scones, or pastries
English muffins, bagels, reduced fat or fat-free muffins or scones
Low-fat crackers (choose lower in sodium)
Saltine or soda crackers (choose lower in sodium)
Cake (pound, chocolate, yellow)
Cake (angel food, white, gingerbread)
Reduced fat or fat-free cookies (graham crackers, ginger snaps, fig bars) (compare calorie level)