You can buy little tubs of dried apples, bananas, apricots, blueberries, blackberries, cherries, carrots, corn, peas, green onions, amongst other fruits and vegetables. As you know fruit (especially dark fruits like blueberries and blackberries) is full of healthy antioxidants that help protect our bodies from things we don't like such as aging, heart disease, neurological disease, diabetes, and cancer.
The dried fruit and vegetable pieces are great toppings for your low calorie oatmeal, fage or other yogurts, to eat with almond milk (almond milk makes dried fruit taste really sweet!), or to snack on dry throughout the day at work (I keep a tub of Just Bananas in my desk so I can reach for dried bananas rather than the other kinds of snacks available in the workplace).
In terms of calories, they vary based on which fruit or vegetable you buy (overall they vary from about 1-3 weight watchers points per serving). The just blueberries are 100 calories per 28 gram serving, with .5 grams of fat, and 2 grams of fiber (so 2 weight watchers points), and the tomatoes are 80 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 2 grams of fiber (also 2 weight watchers points). You can buy them at Whole Foods!
How do you eat your dried fruit?