Your Favorite Snack Foods

AquaAthena

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Mine are, in this order:

Cheetos *Yum*

Cheeze-its

Wheat Thins ( reduced fat---same for Cheeze-its :( )

Fritos
 

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Raw walnuts & almonds
Carr's Whole Wheat Crackers
Tortilla chips and guacamole or salsa
Herbed cheese with crackers or a sliced baguette
Havarti with dill and tart apple slices
Smoke oysters in olive oil

And worst of all: Bacon Flavored Thins. I can't buy these; I'll eat the entire box in one sitting.
 
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Raw walnuts & almonds
Carr's Whole Wheat Crackers
Tortilla chips and guacamole or salsa
Herbed cheese with crackers or a sliced baguette
Havarti with dill and tart apple slices
Smoke oysters in olive oil

And worst of all: Bacon Flavored Thins. I can't buy these; I'll eat the entire box in one sitting.

I'll be right over. :)

I forgot to mention, I also love to snack on pecans. OMG! All in limited amounts and never in the same hour...hahahahaahaha*
 

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On the salty side:

Popcorn
Corn chips and picante or Newman's Bean and Corn salsa (yum!)
Extreme Cheddar Goldfish
Almost any kind of cheese
Jax

On the sweet side:

Homemade anything I bake
Asher's chocolate
Yeah, that pretty much will cover it


For anyone who enjoys the Wheat Thins too much, DO NOT try the ranch ones. One box, one sitting, one and done. Tasty, tasty, flat and salty. :eusa_drool:
 

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Oreo cookies and milk... but no dunking! Ice cold milk!!

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On the salty side, nothing beats home made Chex Mix for me.

On the sweet side, that's a hard call. I don't have all that big of a sweet tooth. If I do have a craving for something sweet and junky, it's Skittles, I guess.
 

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Cereal outta the box. Fruit Loops, Frosted Flakes, Capt'n Crunch, Cinnamon Toast Crunch . . . . I never, ever buy these cause I'd eat 'em and go into a sugar coma. My kids don't eat cereal. They are weird.
 

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What is this thing you mortals call............food?

I have been known to place an orange slice in really bad beer. Does that count?
 

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Pretzels with hummus (I can eat a whole container in one sitting)
Brie, melted onto triskets
Gorgonzola with Italian bread and herb olive oil
Gruyere cheese fondue with French bread
Anything with artichoke-spinach dip

Add a healthy glass of red wine to any of the above.


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Orgasmic...
 

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Notice how that ad with the really fat guy who becomes a gym junkie always appears when you are on these type threads?

It is the Madison Avenue code. The are trying to burrow into your sub-conscious.

But if you drink enough you can crash your conscious into your sub conscious and confuse the hell out of them.
 

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