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  • MaryWaldron
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    You can try simple snacks such as brownies, creamy garlic broccoli, sweet potato chips and many more. All these recipes are healthy and easy to make. For more such recipes you can redirect to this website.

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  • Creamcake
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    Tortilla chips and adding cheese, jalapenos, tomatoey dip, etc, and in the oven to melt. Pretty similar to one above.

    Banana with milk.

    Toastie.

    Fruit smoothie, just blend the fruit together.

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  • MaryWaldron
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    Re: Simple Snacks

    You can try simple snacks such as brownies, creamy garlic broccoli, sweet potato chips and many more. All these recipes are healthy and easy to make. For more such recipes you can redirect to this website.

    Leave a comment:


  • MaryWaldron
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    Re: Simple Snacks

    You can try simple snacks such as brownies, creamy garlic broccoli, sweet potato chips and many more. All these recipes are healthy and easy to make. For more such recipes you can redirect to this website.

    Leave a comment:


  • MaryWaldron
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    Re: Simple Snacks

    You can try simple snacks such as brownies, creamy garlic broccoli, sweet potato chips and many more. All these recipes are healthy and easy to make. For more such recipes you can redirect to this website.

    Leave a comment:


  • MaryWaldron
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    Re: Simple Snacks

    You can try simple snacks such as brownies, creamy garlic broccoli, sweet potato chips and many more. All these recipes are healthy and easy to make. For more such recipes you can redirect to this website.

    Leave a comment:


  • MaryWaldron
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    Re: Simple Snacks

    You can try simple snacks such as brownies, creamy garlic broccoli, sweet potato chips and many more. All these recipes are healthy and easy to make. For more such recipes you can redirect to this website.

    Leave a comment:


  • MaryWaldron
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    Re: Simple Snacks

    You can try simple snacks such as brownies, creamy garlic broccoli, sweet potato chips and many more. All these recipes are healthy and easy to make. For more such recipes you can redirect to this website.

    Leave a comment:


  • Peony.
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    Originally posted by nonameakhi View Post
    not the healthiest but

    pack of doritos or similar
    pour on some passata or crushed tin of tomatoes or jar of pasta sauce

    throw on jalapenos, olives , diced onion etc

    grate cheese over the lot and stick in oven or under grill

    enjoy
    Sounds extremely unhealthy.

    Is this similar to nachos?
    Last edited by Peony.; 03-01-16, 09:48 PM.

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  • neelu
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    If it's just a snack then it would be a banana, or hummous with carrot and cucumber sticks. Sometimes I have a gluten free crepe with nutella or with vanilla greek yogurt and berries or something. I'm also thinking of trying a baked doughnut recipe soon inshaAllah. If I'm feeling a bit naughty then sometimes with a cup of tea I like either salted mungdal from ambala or salted plantain crisps from tesco and then a piece of chocolate to go with it. There's something about the sweetness of chocolate and saltiness of the crisps/dal that works together (like salted caramel etc).

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  • Joha
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    Does a can of baked beans count?

    But seriously - some good bread dipped in olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

    Heaven - competes with the baked beans.

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  • ssh
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    Green grapes and greek yoghurt

    wasabi peas

    calamari with herby dip from M&S

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  • nonameakhi
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    Originally posted by Pippin1376 View Post
    What is passata?
    Its crushed ripe tomatoes into a puree, not like the puree we get in uk in those tubes, bit more expensive than say the tin tomatoes (so lidl and aldi do cartons for around 35p but glass jars and bottles can be more from other supermarkets)

    Its 100% tomatoes without skin and seeds and I prefer it to tinned tomatoes

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  • shay5
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    Originally posted by Pippin1376 View Post
    What is passata?
    uncooked tomato puree ...I usre it in all my cooking...how can anyone live without it..

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  • shay5
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    Carrot sticks
    Popcorn
    Trail Mix

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