35 Calorie DIY Flavored Rice Cakes

    Plain, lightly salted, boring rice cakes have 35 calories per cake. Add flavor without adding calories by using delicious low calorie seasoning!

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    The calories and macros for a plain, lightly salted rice cake are 35 calories, 0 g protein, 7 grams carbs, and 0 grams of fat. To step out out of boring rice cakes, without adding calories, I use butter flavored spray, and a variety of seasonings for many different flavors.

    diy flavored rice cakes with calories and macros

    Packaged flavored rice cakes calories

    • Caramel rice cakes are 50 calories
    • White Cheddar rice cakes are 45 calories
    • Apple Cinnamon rice cakes are 50 calories
    • Butter flavored rice cakes are only 35
    • and the Chocolate rice cakes are 60.

    I like to use a plain rice cake and add flavor with the following seasonings:

    Other flavors by Feast mode that I want to try are chocolate and pumpkin! (If you try Feast Mode, I have 10% off with this coupon code: roskelley10

    I love finding products that add flavor without adding calories. One of my favorites is Kernel Season, which has a huge variety of flavors including:

    white cheddar, sour cream and onion, garlic parmesan, dill pickle, ranch, cheesy jalapeño, caramel corn, nacho cheddar, chile limon, buffalo wing, bacon cheddar, salt and vinegar, milk chocolate caramel, birthday cake, pumpkin spice, and more!

    Wow! You can quench any craving with this variety of flavors! They range in calories from 0-5 calories per serving (1/4 t) so you can spice up your rice cake without adding calories. It’s a great hack for weight loss.

    Another favorite of mine is Feast Mode and it offers almost 30 flavors as well. While all of them might not work on a rice cake, you will definitely see something that makes your mouth water. I want to try death by chocolate, and pizza parmesan! Like Kernel Season, they have just a few calories, if any, so you are really just adding flavor.

    What other seasonings would you try?

    Why eat rice cakes?

    Rice cakes are a popular snack with a dry, crispy texture. Rice cakes do not carry a lot of nutritional value, but are a great filler if you tend to snack between meals. Made from puffed rice that is pressed together to form a circular cake, a rice cake is just the right size to carry and snack on.

    Eating a small, low calorie snack; like a rice cake with seasoning, can boost your energy and help you stay active between meals. For more nutritional content, you can add healthy toppings like nut butters, avocado, or fruit. If you want more ideas of high protein toppings read this post!

    Another benefit of rice cakes is that they are made with only 2 ingredients, rice and salt. Rice is a very easy to digest food that is easy on your stomach and does not cause any bloating. That is why rice cakes are my favorite snack on my long run days when I often have an upset stomach.

    Eating rice cakes post-workout also helps to replenish muscle glycogen.

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    DIY Flavored Rice Cakes

    Keep the boring rice cakes to 35 calories, and jazz them up with some delicious zero calorie seasonings~!
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    Course: Snack
    Cuisine: American
    Keyword: 35 calorie rice cake snack, Flavored Rice Cakes
    Prep Time: 1 minute
    Total Time: 1 minute
    Servings: 1 rice cake
    Calories: 35kcal
    Author: Amy Roskelley

    Ingredients

    • 1 Lightly Salted Rice Cake
    • 1 spray butter flavored cooking spray

    Instructions

    • Spray a rice cake with cooking spray.
    • Sprinkle zero calorie seasoning on top.

    Nutrition

    Serving: 1rice cake | Calories: 35kcal | Carbohydrates: 7g | Protein: 0g | Fat: 0g
    Nutrition Facts
    DIY Flavored Rice Cakes
    Serving Size
     
    1 rice cake
    Amount per Serving
    Calories
    35
    % Daily Value*
    Fat
     
    0
    g
    0
    %
    Carbohydrates
     
    7
    g
    2
    %
    Protein
     
    0
    g
    0
    %
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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