Health.com, Prevention.com and WebMD.com all offer lists of low-calorie foods. The lists include fruits, vegetables, entrees, beverages and desserts. Some also provide suggestions of seasonings that add more flavor to a dish.
Vegetables such as celery, broccoli, radishes, carrots and spinach all have very few calories. Many fruits also have fewer than 60 calories. These include peaches, strawberries, grapefruit, watermelon and papaya. Soups are very light and filling and are often inexpensive to make. Vinegars, mustards and low-calorie salad dressings brighten up a variety of cold dishes. Garlic, horseradish, curry or dill are used to liven up an entree while adding minimal calories.