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Thread: looking for the perfect snack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkiris View Post
    How about a mixed bowl of salted peanuts and M & M's? Yummy--sweet and salty!
    This is fantastic! When a friend told me it would be better than the peanut M&M's I thought she was crazy - but she was right on!

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    I did fortune cookies and inserted quilt sayings. Went over big!
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    One year the Boy Scouts sold big tins of chocolate covered already popped popcorn and it was delicious! I have been looking for it ever since.

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    Super simple, super good. Popped popcorn covered with white choc.

    Have a fun time!

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    Bring something gluten free.. Try Lentil Crackers worth rosemary flavor. Wonderful!

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    They call it "reindeer food" now as "white trash" is politically incorrect!---so I was told when I took it in to work!

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    Mix candy corn with cashews or to save money, with blanched peanuts.
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    this was posted a few weeks ago and it is absolutely delicious. I made two batches, one with white chocolate and one with milk chocolate. Couldn't decide which I preferred so had to eat both !!!!!!!

    thanks to whomever sent this recipe in to us......don't know if you did us a favor or not.....couldn't stop eating it !!!


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    I love snack mix and often make my own...ingredients depend on my mood. I started doing this to try to eat less of the high-fat salted mixed nuts that I can just inhale. I used those, plus wheat chex, mini-pretzels, M&M's and usually at least one kind of dried fruit. WalMart carries a snack mix that I just love....it has three kind of nuts, three kinds of fruit and three kinds of chips (chocolate, white and peanut butter). It is called Indulgence, I think. Comes in a big reclosable bag.
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    This is a great treat for the season:
    Pumpkin Cream Cheese Spread

    Ingredients:
    1-8 ounce package cream cheese, softened
    cup canned pumpkin
    cup sugar
    teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
    teaspoon vanilla

    Directions:
    Combine pumpkin pie spice and sugar, stir until mixed. In a medium bowl combine softened cream cheese and remaining ingredients. Mix until all ingredients are thoroughly blended. Refrigerate until ready to serve; serve with bagels or crackers of your choice.

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