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Old 04-23-2014, 01:42 PM   #1
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What are your favorite snacks or mini meals?
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Cup (8 oz) Dannon Light and Fit Greek nonfat yogurt, 130 calories

can of albacore tuna, drained, with 1 Tbsp sugar free relish - 160 calories

I Tablespoon natural unsweetened peanut butter with small apple, about 200 calories

20 almonds and a hot cup of tea, about 120 calories for the almonds
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When I just want something tasty the snack packs of Korean roasted seaweed are lovely (25 calories). I keep well roasted almonds in a jar and pair them with a handful of grape tomatoes plus a smidge of cheese if really hungry. I also tend to keep some sort of vegetable salad in the fridge (like kale or broccoli) as well as protein like boiled egg, canned fish, cooked shrimp - an instant mini meal filling salad. I guess you can see that if really hungry I find protein to be an essential element

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I love making snacks at home like chickpea chocolate chips and mini chicken burger. My kids love to eat burgers during snack so I'm trying different recipe and style. I used pre-cooked chicken balls in making some chicken burgers. The ingredients are very simple; you will also need some lettuce, mayonnaise, tomatoes, cheese and mini buns.
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Old 08-14-2014, 07:32 PM   #5
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almonds, or whatever is available... sometimes a low cal smoothie.
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Pretzels w/ hummus
Cereal
Cereal bars
Fruit parfaits
Apples
Wheat Thins
Fresh fruit smoothies
Popcorn
Baby carrots

Oh and fresh broccoli with a little ranch dip (strangely enough, my 6 yr old son got me into that...lol)
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Hummus with Wheat Thins
Greek Yogurt
Apple slices and Peanut Butter
A plain toasted waffle
A little handful of chocolate or cinnamon chips when I'm totally craving sweets...
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I love making snacks at home like chickpea chocolate chips and mini chicken burger. My kids love to eat burgers during snack so I'm trying different recipe and style. I used pre-cooked chicken balls in making some chicken burgers. The ingredients are very simple; you will also need some lettuce, mayonnaise, tomatoes, cheese and mini buns.
Do you mind sharing your chickpea chocolate chip recipe ? Sound interesting I love chickpeas and have tried using chickpea flour without much success.
Another question do you grind up the chicken balls up? Thanks
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A local supermarket carries frozen edamame with sea salt in single-serving microwaveable boxes, and it's the perfect snack. Because you have to shell each pod to get the soybeans inside, eating it is a slow, healthy treasure hunt.
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