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Afternoon snacks...what are we all eating?

(47 Posts)
farmersdaughter Fri 05-Jul-13 17:00:19

Clearly I am trying very hard not to stuff my face, however I do need something late afternoon to keep me going till supper.

Cheese toasty

What do you eat?

notsoold Sat 06-Jul-13 13:57:25

Semi frozen watermelon

Frozen grapes

Pasta salad

AbiElizabeth Sat 06-Jul-13 16:04:27

Today i've eaten 2 oranges, a bowl of icecream, crisps and i'm considering going out in search of watermelon and cheesecake. piggywig

Lydia161290 Sat 06-Jul-13 18:59:35

A fruit salad and a big glass of water.

so boring!

Bring on the crisps!

LostMySocks Sat 06-Jul-13 20:07:27

Toast and peanut butter or sometimes a cup a soup

Fakebook Sat 06-Jul-13 22:29:39

I had two bowls of coco pops this afternoon with cold milk. Then I had a thorntons mini brownie. Yum!

Last Thursday I skipped lunch and just ate a massive sharing bag of salt and vinegar crisps. The Walkers baked ones. I felt bad afterwards, but they tasted great with freezing cold coke.

mustardtomango Sat 06-Jul-13 22:46:42

This afternoon, a crunchie, yoghurt covered apricots and a chocolate biscuit

mustardtomango Sat 06-Jul-13 22:48:15

Ps futterby, lemon curd... My god. Had a lemon curd ice cream a couple of days ago, heaven

Futterby Sat 06-Jul-13 23:03:17

Is it an English thing? Don't think I've ever seen them in Scotland sad

farmersdaughter Sun 07-Jul-13 12:38:13

You get lemon curd in Scotland!

Futterby Sun 07-Jul-13 13:13:24

I know I know, but lemon curd yogurt? Lemon curd ice cream? Desperately want some of these!

Chickpea1983 Sun 07-Jul-13 14:04:54

Futterby - the yoghurt is made by Yeo Valley. Currently on offer in Tesco (assuming you have Tesco in Scotland wink)

TobyLerone Sun 07-Jul-13 19:17:38

Sainsbury's Taste The Difference lemon curd yogurt is delicious.

purpleaura Sun 07-Jul-13 22:41:10

I second the Sainsburys recommendation. You could always just mix lemon curd into some thick, creamy natural yog. Mmm...

Futterby Sun 07-Jul-13 22:46:38

Oooh! Thanks!

AnythingNotEverything Sun 07-Jul-13 22:49:16

CHEESE! Swiftly followed by a yoghurt and some ice cream.

There's a definite calcium theme for me.

TobyLerone Sun 07-Jul-13 22:49:28

Waitrose do one too.

TwickyWoo Mon 08-Jul-13 16:37:00

I've been munching my way through a punnet of Cherries this afternoon. Absolutely delicious, but it has given me the worst indigestion sad

LouiseD29 Mon 08-Jul-13 19:20:20

Pickled onion Monster Munch - amazing!

purpleaura Mon 08-Jul-13 19:29:32

Newsflash: lemon curd yogurts are also available in Asda!!!

MeMyHusbandAndTheRoofer Tue 09-Jul-13 08:21:55

Anything I can get my hands on!! I'm 32 weeks and for the last week or so I have been ravenous - I have never known hunger like it!

Even the dog is starting to look like a tasty snack. Mmmmm hot dogs.

I have GD so am very jealous of those of you having cake (my DH is under instructions to buy fabulous cake and chocolates for when this baby arrives!)

FEED ME!

farmersdaughter Tue 09-Jul-13 08:50:04

Toby if sales of lemon curd go up, we can blame you!

Yesterday it was Mimi Milks... Well it was hot grin

TobyLerone Tue 09-Jul-13 09:09:26

grin

Also, eggy crumpets (all crumpets are inferior to Warburtons) with cheese on top.

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