So your last meal was hours ago and you could really use a snack. There’s nothing wrong with that, especially if you go for something healthy. If you’re like most people, you want something sweet, salty, creamy or crunchy—which often means bad for you. Don’t worry; you’re in luck. When one of those cravings hits, try one of the following healthy alternatives.

If You’re Craving Something Sweet

If you’re looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, fruit is the obvious choice, but it doesn’t have to be boring.

When you want something creamy do you reach for the ice cream? Don’t worry; there are some less guilty choices.

Pear it up! Using either fresh or canned pears, simply sprinkle some cocoa nibs on top. Delicious!

Here’s a simple favorite that’s sweet, tasty and full of antioxidants. Berries and cream! Whether you choose blueberries, raspberries, strawberries or all three, they’re great with either whipped or heavy cream. Looking for something lighter? Add your favorite berries to some plain yogurt instead.

If You’re Craving Something Salty

Is that bag of potato chips calling you? Skip the extra salt and trans fats and try one of these options instead.

Kale Chips. They may sound boring, but they are actually pretty tasty. They also come in a variety of flavors like cheese and Cajun spice. Simply pop open a bag and enjoy!

Salted pumpkin seeds are another great choice. They’re loaded with magnesium, zinc and Omega-3 fats.

If You’re Craving Something Creamy

When you want something creamy do you reach for the ice cream? Don’t worry; there are some less guilty choices.

Frozen yogurt gives you that same creamy, satisfying texture without all the fat and calories.

Want creamy but not sweet? Go for a serving of tangy Greek yogurt or a helping of good old-fashioned mashed potatoes. You’ll cure that creamy craving in no time!

If You’re Craving Something Crunchy

Looking for something crunchy without a lot of calories?

Sugar snap peas. They crisp and refreshing! Dip ‘em in hummus or fat-free ricotta cheese for a little something extra.

Veggie chips. You can find them in the potato chip aisle. You can also dip them in hummus or ricotta cheese. Yum!

Finally, there’s the old standby—popcorn! It’s packed with fiber, whole grains and antioxidants. Just be sure to go for air popped kind—then pop some in your mouth!