The Top 25 Logged Foods in the South Beach Tracker AppArticle posted in: South Beach Diet
With an array of breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks, South Beach makes losing weight easy. Busy schedules can often get in the way of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but with the help of our easy-to-make food options paired with our easy-to-use food tracker app, losing weight has never been so simple. The top logged foods in the South Beach Tracker App can give you a better idea of what South Beach entrees, snacks and shakes our users are frequently enjoying.
Our South Beach Tracker App allows you to keep your own food diary—making dieting as easy as swiping your smartphone. Research suggests that consistently tracking your food intake can increase weight loss results. Stay on top of tracking your daily meals, snacks, water intake and activity with the help of our FREE, user-friendly South Beach Tracker App. Wondering which South Beach logged foods are the most popular. We’ve got a list so you can easily pick out your favorite logged foods!
Check out our 25 top logged foods in the South Beach Tracker App:
1. Dark Chocolate Nut Bar >
(Logged 52,994 Times)
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stands behind nuts. In fact, they claim that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. What’s more? Nuts—specifically the almonds, peanuts and walnuts in this South Beach favorite—are wrapped up in a truly satisfying package. This is the ultimate sweet and savory treat to kick off our list of top logged foods.
2. South Beach Keto Friendly Chocolate Shake Mix >
(Logged 52,212 Times)
Here’s what South Beach Dieters are saying about this low-calorie, nutrient-dense shake: “Filling, nutritious, a nice boost of energy and the creamiest milk chocolate flavor…absolutely delicious.” “Very tasty and easy to prepare!” “Tastes like a milkshake!” Is it any wonder this shake lands in the second spot on our most logged foods in the South Beach Diet Tracker App? Nope. Oh—did we mention this shake has no added sugar, artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors or preservatives?
3. Beach Shack Chocolate Shake >
(Logged 32,178 Times)
You’re away on a girls’ weekend and your friends decide to make brownies. How do you resist? You borrow Sheila’s blender and make your own dessert: A creamy chocolate shake that’s satisfying and HEALTHY. Drink as is with some whole milk or add some peanut butter and ice to make it particularly milkshake-like. Better guard your drink: The girls might get shake envy.
4. Chicken Roma >
(Logged 25,765 Times)
Roasted chicken, vine-ripened tomato sauce, Parmesan and green beans. This healthy “chicken parm” is the perfect alternative to the real (rather unhealthy) deal. A perfect office lunch or quick dinner. Or, get fancy: Grab some candles, some sparkling water and a linen napkin to enjoy dinner “out.”
5. Peanut Butter Chocolate Bar >
(Logged 23,522 Times)
Monounsaturated fats improve blood cholesterol levels, which can decrease your risk of heart disease, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Nearly half the fat in peanut butter is monounsaturated fat and this bar is wrapped in a gooey peanut butter coating. Bottom line? Not only is this bar delicious, it’s good for you. Go ahead—enjoy those chocolate crispies!
6. Toffee Nut Bar >
(Logged 20,878 Times)
Roasted almonds, peanuts and crisps. Caramelized sugar and sea salt. Somehow this “candy bar” has five grams of dietary fiber and six grams of protein. Keep a bar in your purse, your office drawer, your car or gym bag. When temptation strikes, you’ll be prepared with a South-Beach-approved alternative, which ranks as one of the most logged foods in our Tracker App.
7. Tropical Coconut Almond Bar >
(Logged 20,088 Times)
Coconut “meat” is a terrific source of dietary fiber and healthy, monounsaturated fat, according to the USDA. Coconut is also high in potassium, vitamin C and iron and rich in antioxidants. In this nutrient-dense bar, coconut is mixed with flax seeds, dry-roasted almonds, peanuts and walnuts and kissed with a sugary-sweet coating.
8. Double Chocolate Bar >
(Logged 19,341 Times)
You’ve been putting out fires all morning, and your next meeting starts in 10 minutes. Don’t skip lunch; you’ve got time for a Double Chocolate Bar. This cocoa celebration is crunchy on the inside and smooth on the outside, but 100% diet-approved. With 15 grams of protein and nine grams of dietary fiber, hunger won’t strike until you leave the building. This is yet another leading chocolatey treat on our list of top logged foods.
9. Taqueria-Style Beef & Cheese Skillet >
(Logged 17,971 Times)
Craving Mexican? “Indulge” with this flavorful lunch or dinner. Zesty spices like smoked paprika, cumin and chili pepper flavor the sauce; pan-seared beef, cheddar cheese and tomatoes take center stage. Feel free to serve it up with your favorite non-starchy veggie.
10. Chocolate Carmel Shake >
(Logged 17,065 Times)
Here’s an online reviewer’s “con” about this shake: “Serving size should be even larger—it’s just too good.” Here’s another review: “Nice and creamy. Almost illegal.” Are you seeing a pattern? South Beach Dieters like this shake! Mix it up in a blender with some iced or frozen fruit (and add some spinach for luck—you won’t taste it) and enjoy every last drop.
11. Cinnamon Bun Bar >
(Logged 16,784 Times)
Cinnamon, vanilla and yogurt come together again but this time the carbs weren’t invited. With nine grams of dietary fiber and 15 grams of protein, this small but mighty bar will keep you full and energized. Enjoy this with your morning coffee, and you’ve got the perfect breakfast. Pair with some baby carrots and bell pepper and you’ve got an easy lunch.
12. Roasted Turkey with Herb Gravy >
(Logged 16,633 Times)
Wish it could be Thanksgiving all year? Wish granted. Even better? You can have Thanksgiving dinner AND reach your goal weight with this entrée. Here are a few more ideas for your “Thanksgiving” menu. Make roasted carrots, sweet potatoes or Brussels sprouts. Roast your veggies with a few fresh cranberries for the complete experience.
13. Texas-Style Chili Sauce with Meat >
(Logged 16,489 Times)
What makes chili “Texas-Style?” No beans. Texas-style chili recipes contain meat, spices and vegetables like onions and peppers. Add extra veggies like mushrooms, corn or more onions and peppers.
14. Fudgy Graham Crumble Bar >
(Logged 16,262 Times)
“Myra” said it best in her online review: “I love the taste. It truly feels like I’m cheating, but I’m losing weight!” If ever there were a better way to avoid temptation, we haven’t seen it. This bar combines crunchy graham cracker with salted caramel and dark chocolate. It also contains rolled oats and sugar-free chocolate chips. Enjoy as an after-dinner dessert or have it for lunch with a tossed salad.
15. Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Bar >
(Logged 15,665 Times)
Sometimes you just need a candy bar. We know that—and it’s exactly the reason we developed this decadent bar. Caramel, peanut butter, peanuts and dark chocolate come together in an amazing 120-calorie package. Hide these from your hubby and the kids!
16. Italian-Style Sausage & Peppers >
(Logged 13,212 Times)
Just because you’re dieting doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the meals you love. This dish is loaded with chicken sausage in a zesty tomato sauce and rounded out with onions and peppers. Try it over spaghetti squash or zucchini ribbons.
17. Turkey Sausage & Egg Muffin >
(Logged 12,826 Times)
How long do you wait for your order at the drive-thru? 10 minutes? 15? This breakfast favorite is ready in less than two minutes and contains half the calories and around 80% less fat than a leading fast food breakfast sandwich.
18. Mushroom Stuffed Chicken Breast >
(Logged 12,557 Times)
This popular entrée has over 500 reviews and maintains a rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars on South Beach. A blend of earthy white and portabella mushrooms are enhanced by sweet, caramelized onions and complemented by Swiss and American cheeses. Serve with fresh roasted asparagus, butternut squash or mashed cauliflower.
19. Florentine Omelet >
(Logged 11,669 Times)
Egg whites, spinach and Parmesan: Sometimes the simplest recipes are truly the most delicious. Sure, you could make this omelet at home—if you’ve got 20 minutes and feel like doing the dishes afterwards. Until then, enjoy this two-minute omelet at home or as soon as you get to the office.
20. Broccoli and Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast >
(Logged 11,650 Times)
Peanut butter and jelly. Bacon and eggs. Broccoli and cheese. Some foods are just meant to go together, and this tasty entrée highlights broccoli and cheese with perfection. Online reviewer “Ken” summed it up best: “Tender, tasty, convenient and quite satisfying.”
21. Chicken Primavera >
(Logged 11,175 Times)
Think about spring foods…does asparagus come to mind? Now picture asparagus with zucchini, vine-ripened tomatoes and roasted chicken. Instead of pasta, serve this entrée atop spaghetti squash, roasted rutabaga or turnips to make it “authentic” and even more filling.
22. Nut and Seed Entrée Bar >
(Logged 11,343 Times)
Seeds are like nuts: They’re high in fiber, monounsaturated fat, protein and iron. Essentially, they’re teeny tiny superfoods. Pumpkin and sunflower seeds join with cashews, peanuts, almonds and crunchy soy nuggets in this entrée bar. A vanilla-flavored yogurt coating adds sweetness and a hint of smooth decadence.
23. Blueberry Ricotta Muffin >
(Logged 11,412 Times)
Online reviewer “Beth” said this about our muffins: “Love, love, love these. So tasty and favorable.” Reviewer “Katelyn” added this: “I really like these—add a few extra blueberries and they taste great.” Two muffins come in each frozen package and they’re ready in just 20 seconds. The perfect commuter breakfast!
24. South Beach Keto Friendly Vanilla Shake Mix >
(Logged 10,996 Times)
Imagine the possibilities…milk, almond milk, or coconut milk. Ice, frozen bananas, or frozen berries. Spinach, oats, peanut butter. We can go on and on! Bottom line? This vanilla shake is a good, solid base (with 20 grams of protein!). It’s up to you to keep it simple or make this shake truly your own.
25. Grilled Chicken Sandwich >
(Logged 10,829 Times)
Online reviewer “Mary” said she’ll buy this sandwich again. “Nice when I’m hungry for bread, usually add mustard, tomato and lettuce and a touch of mayo.” Reviewer “Amy” said she likes her chicken sandwich with a side of sweet potatoes. While not the sandwich and fries combo you once enjoyed at the corner restaurant, this sandwich is one of our favorites in our top logged foods list, and it is surely healthier. Add healthy toppings to change it up!