suga- well, I am more of an atkins low carber, than a south beach low carber, but I know they have the same principles, but south beach has more of a focus on good carbs/good fat rather than just eliminating carbs.
So here is some of the stuff I snack on-
I do a lot of pepperoni and cheese. I will just slice up some cheese and place the squares on slices of pepperoni. South beach would probably reccomend turkey pepperoni instead of regular for less fat. Mozzarella sticks too.
Sugar free jello- don;t worry if you have 6 cups, it is basically flavored water, no carbs, no fat, and like 10 calories, so fill up.
Nuts- I like walnuts, almonds, peanuts, macadamians. Sometimes I will take the walnuts or almonds and heat them on the stove with a tiny bit of butter(I am sure you can use low fat or something south beach acceptable) and a pack of splenda, a warm sweet treat.
I roll up cold cuts and cheese, , sometimes with pickles, dip in some mustard, very quick and easy when your hungry
Fruits and veggies- berries are allowed, and most green veggies. I buy those steamable veggie packs and they take five minutes in the microwave.
Wraps- I buy wraps, xtreme wellness are the name of them, made by ole, I get them at the grocery store. They are low in everything and come in spinach & herb and tomato & basil. I get creative, like chicken and spinach, chicken ceaser salad wrap, eggs and cheese, sometimes I do them quesadilla style in my george foreman, again, quick and easy. I think on south beach you can use whole grain breads, so you could even do a no sugar added peanut butter and some smuckers sugar free jelly sandwiches.
If I think of more I will let you know, sorry to everyone else for having to read our low carb post, but if you need ideas, definitely ask, I make a lot of recipes that people eat and don;t even know they are sugar free or low carb. Suga- check out the recipe room at www.lowcarbfriends.com
for ideas too.