Light salad dressing 1
Don't ruin a perfectly healthy salad by pouring "light" salad dressing on it. It may be light on calories, but it is probably not light on ingredients that read like a chem lab checklist. Try balsamic vinegar with olive oil instead. You can even add a squeeze of citrus and a touch of mustard to fancy it up.
Spinach and artichoke dip 2
If only spinach artichoke dip were as healthy as it sounds, I could eat it every day without having a cardiologist on speed dial. It's all the ingredients that aren't listed in the title that make this an artery-clogging delicacy.
Veggie chips 3
Surely, chips made of veggies must be better for you than regular chips. The problem is that most veggie chips are still processed food with very little veggies in them. Try making your own kale chips for an honest to goodness veggie chip.
Fruit cocktail 5
A fruit salad is great for you, but a canned fruit cocktail packed in sugary syrup, not so good.