From this article in the International Journal of Obesity, High-intensity intermittent exercise attenuates ad-libitum energy intake comes this conclusion:
“High-intensity intermittent exercise suppresses subsequent ad-libitum energy intake in overweight inactive men. This format of exercise was found to be well tolerated in an overweight population.”
The study compared a group of over-weight men who did moderate exercise to another over-weight group who did high intensity interval exercise (HIIT). Seventy minutes after they exercised the HIT group consumed fewer calories and also consumed fewer calories the next day.