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    Originally Posted by tolewfo View Post
    I love apples and P'nut Butter... Carrots and P'nut Butter... Celery and P'nut Butter...

    Well anything with P'nut Butter really.

    Kashi trail mix bars are great too.
    I eat PB like it's my job. My wife calls me Mr. Peanut butter. We buy that huge 2 pack of natural pb from Sam's. Lucky of it lasts the month.
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    Originally Posted by princetonwu View Post
    Nice thread from 2008. I eat sardines; i find it better than tuna
    In water, oil, or mustard?
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    Thumbs up Some Healthy Snack ideas!!!

    One of the major things I've struggled with is my sweet tooth more specifically banana pudding and cheesecake so I decided to change that. I searched for some stuff and finally came across recipes that I've tried and enjoyed.
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    My Favorite healthy snacks for any time of the day are :
    1. Fruit Plate
    2. Fruit Smoothies
    3. Vegetable Frankie
    4. FRU2go - Fruit Snack
    5. Cereals
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    Since people seem to be bumping this, I might as well throw this in here. I plan all of my own meals except dinner, and never ask or expect the family to prepare something that fits my macro needs. The only place that can sometimes be an issue is my protein needs, so I like to look for quick and easy protein dense foods to supplement dinner (besides shakes all the time). I was buying beef jerky at the store for a while but most of them came with more carbs than I would like, and then I came across this at Amazon:




    While it's not cheap when calculating the $/gram of protein, it is a nice change of pace and provides an instant source of very protein dense calories. It is softer than jerky and almost reminds me of pastrami.
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    Originally Posted by ectoBgone View Post
    Since people seem to be bumping this, I might as well throw this in here. I plan all of my own meals except dinner, and never ask or expect the family to prepare something that fits my macro needs. The only place that can sometimes be an issue is my protein needs, so I like to look for quick and easy protein dense foods to supplement dinner (besides shakes all the time). I was buying beef jerky at the store for a while but most of them came with more carbs than I would like . . .
    Have you ever tried making it yourself? It's not that difficult and if you like experimenting, you might find a recipe that you like better than the store bought products. I would make quite a lot. So much so that I used toothpicks to hang the meat from the racks in my oven (you must use aluminum foil or cookie sheets to catch the drippings).

    My goto healthy snack is sunflower seeds still in the shell. I can eat for 30 minutes or so and not consume more than 200 calories due to the time that it takes for me to get the seed out of the shell. I really think that it's contributed positively to my cholesterol values too.
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    Originally Posted by Payton1221 View Post
    Have you ever tried making it yourself? It's not that difficult and if you like experimenting, you might find a recipe that you like better than the store bought products. I would make quite a lot. So much so that I used toothpicks to hang the meat from the racks in my oven (you must use aluminum foil or cookie sheets to catch the drippings).
    No, I haven't. Good idea, I just feel like I spend so much time in the kitchen already doing meal prep that I'm hard pressed to add another project.
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    She is up to about 12 years now without a snack
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    Originally Posted by waknickm View Post
    She is up to about 12 years now without a snack
    she's very patient and dedicated
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    Apples or banana with peanut butter

    2 protein bars

    Sometimes turkey or ham roll ups

    Boost drink (protein and vitamins)

    Trail mix, tuna fish with crackers
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