Katy, you poor thing! I know this isn’t really exciting, but my very first thought when I read your post was WATER! I drink insane amounts of water everyday and it really does help you not feel terribly hungry. Also, I have low blood sugar, so I eat small meals very frequently – like every 2 hours. If I don’t keep approved snack foods around, I get very grouchy very quickly! 😉
Here are a few snack ideas:
raw almonds (only if you can digest them well. you’ll know if you can’t!)
raw or lightly roasted pumpkin seeds
no brainer here – raw veggies 🙂 I like red pepper strips
almond butter on celery sticks (sometimes I put sunflower seeds on top for crunch)
I eat a HUGE salad for lunch each day. I mean BIG. And I don’t skimp on olive oil, avocado, nuts, veggie toppings either. Sometimes I add a can of wild caught tuna. Most days I can barely finish my salad. It fills up a large dinner plate in a big ol’ mound.
Maybe you could make a pot of veggie soup 1-2x per week and just keep it in the fridge for snacks – not meals. That way when you’re really hungry, you could have a bowl of soup and maybe some raw veggies, too. You don’t want to store food too long in the fridge with this diet, though, because of possible mold growth. Maybe try to just make enough that you could eat in 2-3 days.
I hope this helps out some. I’m working on some seed energy bar type things. I’ll share the recipe if I get it passable enough.