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What can I make and store that's savoury and snacky. Doesn't need to be really healthy.

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roundligament Tue 05-Mar-19 06:40:07

Pregnant and fed up of eating food that comes out a wrapper for a snack.
Happy and comfortable cooking so any suggestions welcome. Can share a special recipe if you have one other wise just throw a name out there or an idea out there for me

Thank you so much

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moreismore Tue 05-Mar-19 06:41:52

Carrot sticks and peanut butter or apple and cheese were my go to snacks!

Or a handful of nuts-buy raw in bulk and then toast in oven, can add spices too if you like.

madvixen Tue 05-Mar-19 06:59:38

I'm a huge fan of these

https://www.rivercottage.net/recipes/honey-and-peanut-butter-booster-bars

Easy to make and keep for ages

roundligament Tue 05-Mar-19 07:02:06

@madvixen yummm

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Ricekrispie22 Tue 05-Mar-19 07:12:43

Frittata muffins realfood.tesco.com/recipes/green-frittata-muffins.html
Falafel
Mini sausage rolls. If you fancy something a little less ordinary, try these chicken ones www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/11610/summer-sausage-rolls
Cheese straws
Muffins www.deliaonline.com/recipes/type-of-dish/picnic-recipes/savoury-mini-muffins-with-two-flavourings
Cheese scones
Leek and cheese flapjacks www.british-leeks.co.uk/recipe/leek-cheese-flapjacks.php
Carrot flapjacks www.riverford.co.uk/recipes/view/recipe/carrot-flapjack

picklemepopcorn Tue 05-Mar-19 07:48:18

Sourdough crackers.
Cheese straws.
Cheese biscuits.

Hot4Holes Tue 05-Mar-19 07:50:55

Get a naice ham, some cheese and crackers. I like to mix mustard mayo to go with but you can lubricate with whatever you like (chutney, pickle etc).

One of my favourite tv snacks 🤤

roundligament Tue 05-Mar-19 09:02:41

Some very good ideas
I eat at least a whole packet of Waitrose antipasto platter every week 😳😳

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Rainbowqueeen Tue 05-Mar-19 09:04:36

Heat pumpkin seeds over low medium heat in a dry frypan for a couple of minutes. Tip over 1-2 tablespoons soy sauce and tip into dish to cool. Super yummy

FlukeSkyeRunner Tue 05-Mar-19 17:34:50

Samosas. Yum

AtleastitsnotMonday Tue 05-Mar-19 21:09:56

Roasted chickpeas, tosswith spices of your choice, spread on baking tray and spray with oil then bake till crunchy.

Baked spring rolls. I make them after I’ve made a stir fry and use the leftover veg as my filling. Wrap in filo, spray with oil and bake. Very tasty and a lot healthier that their deep fried friends!

CountFosco Tue 05-Mar-19 21:16:45

To buy (no work required):
Nuts
Crisps
Habas Fritas
Giant corn
Popcorn (when I was pregnant I would eat popcorn and a lump of cheddar, bliss)

Minor prep:
Hummus and crudites
Chipolatas and tomatoes
Oatcakes and cheese

SnailorSwift Tue 05-Mar-19 21:19:55

Was just coming on to suggest the sunflower seeds @Rainbowqueeen mentioned. So good!

SnailorSwift Tue 05-Mar-19 21:20:37

Pumpkin/sunflower either work.

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