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What treats/snacks do you get when you shop? For adults...

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Pavlovthecat Wed 28-Sep-11 20:14:13

I am doing the shopping list, as normal, and have the usual stuff.

But, I find that I often I want something to snack on, (that something a bit more than slice of bread and jam!) and I Just Have No Inspiration in me anymore.

I enjoy blue cheese/crackers so have that. Fresh bread is nice but not easy to just have the fresh bread lying around. I am not really into chocolate/ice cream etc any more, thinking more savoury.

What do you eat? when the kids are in bed and it is allowed to eat some luxury?

MrsCurly Wed 28-Sep-11 20:22:09

pistachio nuts when I'm feeling rich

FannyLogan Wed 28-Sep-11 20:23:01

Sainsbury's sweet and salty popcorn

StellaAndFries Wed 28-Sep-11 20:24:28

Rice crackers, wasabi nuts, mixed nuts, cheese straws.

Pavlovthecat Wed 28-Sep-11 20:27:29

See, just not doing it for me.

There is something. Something I after. I keep going to the fridge and looking. But I can't find it. That thing I want.

Nor can DH.

Pavlovthecat Wed 28-Sep-11 20:31:02

OK, i now what it is.


I am really wanting some mixed fruit and yoghurt - some strawberries, apples, banana, grapes etc with some of that yoghurt with bits in.

That is what I keep wanting! !

<goes off to add to shopping list>

But I won't want that every night so keep posting!

WorzselMummage Wed 28-Sep-11 20:33:11

I was going to say cheese and bread but you don't want that...

Erm.. Haribo?

We eat a lot of rainbow drops here.



WorzselMummage Wed 28-Sep-11 20:35:01

Rainbow drops


Pavlovthecat Wed 28-Sep-11 20:35:04

I do want the cheese and bread. Got that.
Not haribo.
Wine already on the list
don't like pate.
Ah, but, pate reminds me...those little fiery red stuffed peppers...Mmmmmm

Pavlovthecat Wed 28-Sep-11 20:35:24

oh i like rainbow drops! that takes me back a few years!

fatlazymummy Wed 28-Sep-11 20:35:40

quavers, dried apricots, sunflower seeds, cashew nuts, houmous, cream crackers, sushi, melon, avocado with lime juice, doritoes with salsa.
I'm not eating most of these things at the moment, as I am losing weight but these are some of my favourite snacks.

WorzselMummage Wed 28-Sep-11 20:43:47

Kettle chips ?

Pavlovthecat Wed 28-Sep-11 20:57:50

ok so the things I have ordered are:
cherry yoghurt (big pot, just for me)
Stuffed peppers
garlic stuffed olives
crackers (more)
st agur creamy spready one
maryland cookies (for DH)
Fruit - not ordered, I will got local grocers, don't like getting that online but will get some lovely stuff to have with yoghurt above!
Kettle chips and dip (lovely idea!)
pistachio nuts

that is a lot isn't it? blush

Iloveshoes001 Wed 28-Sep-11 21:08:36

Not at all. A little of what you fancy does you good. I've just lost 2 & 1/2 stone and finally I can eat again... you should see my list! grin

WorzselMummage Wed 28-Sep-11 21:15:15

Rainbow drops Pavlov, rainbow drops...


Iloveshoes001 Wed 28-Sep-11 22:14:57

Rachel's Dairy rice pudding & really mature cheddar (not together you understand)

Jdore Thu 29-Sep-11 09:24:16

a good ginger biscuit with cheese

AutumnHues Thu 29-Sep-11 11:06:01

I know it's a bit late to add to this thread but I like: Chocolate raisins, breadsticks, crisps, cakes, cheese straws, cheddars, yoghurts, rice, etc.

BertieBotts Thu 29-Sep-11 11:09:50

That sounds great! I am making a list to add to online shopping order grin

Smash09 Thu 29-Sep-11 12:14:56

chilli peanuts (not the crispy battered ones), smoked almonds, magnums, olives, kettle chips, and munchy seeds are my faves.

LaurieFairyCake Thu 29-Sep-11 12:16:46

bread sticks in different flavours as fresh bread too hard to keep in the house

with dips and pate

Pavlovthecat Thu 29-Sep-11 20:50:41

oh I have added chocolate peanuts and chocolate raisins ( i need to do another shop for fresh veg so will get it then grin)

and chilli peanuts. Mmmmm

and of couse rainbow drops grin

breastfeedingbride Fri 30-Sep-11 01:49:26

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Pavlovthecat Sun 02-Oct-11 20:12:54

oh i missed that message. was it offensive?!

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