You might follow the perfect healthy diet all day long, but when late-night hunger strikes, a bad snacking decision is a quick way to throw your hard work out the window. These famous chefs reveal what they cook to satisfy their post-dinner hunger pangs, while still keeping calories in check.
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Rocq Catering's celebrity chef Eddy Rocq
tosses together this high-protein, low-calorie sandwich featuring chicken, lettuce, and tomatoes. The simple combination provides a quick fix for your late-night hunger pangs.
2-3 slices wheat bread
Rotisserie chicken or grilled (prepared during the day or left over from earlier meal)
Hard-boiled eggs (avoid the yolk because of the fat content at this time of the day)
Lay your slice of bread and top it off with the hard-boiled egg, then spinach and tomatoes. Make sure to keep the moisture away from your bread in order to not make your sandwich soggy, especially if you prep it a few hours prior to consumption. Add the rotisserie chicken. If you just came back from the gym and you want something a little more caloric, spread 2 tbsp. unsalted peanut butter on your bread.