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Snacks

Do you have a recipe or something yummy to share with your flashaholic friends ?

 

yum......

 These peanuts rock

 

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~ TRADER JOES ~ Old Fashioned ~BLISTER PEANUTS ~ SALTED ~

Generations ago, folks soaked peanuts in water to remove the red skins prior to roasting. This caused the peanuts to "blister" during roasting, resulting in an incomparably crunchy nuts.

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 During the Christmas holidays
Trader Joes has dark chocolate covered star shaped short bread cookies ...
 
 
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i dont know if you will call it a snack, but i always use this to munch on

 

2 cups dry macaroni cooked

can of rotel original diced tomatoes 

little italian dressing

parmesan cheese 

shredded sharp cheddar 

 

just mix it all up. yum yum 

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Pineapple chunks in a can. I have to go with the dole brand cause I broke my last p38

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isnt a p38 less than a can of dole pineapple chunks? Tongue Out

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Pulsar wrote:

isnt a p38 less than a can of dole pineapple chunks? Tongue Out

Sometimes, when you can find them. The surplus shops around here want $5 or more. No way I’ll pay that, even though my keyring looks bare

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inanitydefined wrote:
Pulsar wrote:

isnt a p38 less than a can of dole pineapple chunks? Tongue Out

Sometimes, when you can find them. The surplus shops around here want $5 or more. No way I'll pay that, even though my keyring looks bare

Wow, that's expensive! Last I checked mine had them for 25 cents. Big Smile

As for a snack, here my super complicated recipe is: 

Ingredients

Hershey chocolate bar 

Steps

  1. Open chocolate bar and remove the wrapper
  2. Eat chocolate bar
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Chili Cheese Fritos…yum.

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Grapes.
A bowl of grapes:
1. get bowl.
2. put grapes in bowl.
3. wash and rinse grapes in bowl.
4. eat grapes.
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You should try these. I brought some into work one day… never again, cuz they were “gone in a flash”:

http://regenies.com/zen-cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=25&p...

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cone wrote:
Where to begin…

Umm, cake?

Or, take two ritz crackers, put peanut butter between them and dunk in or cover all sides with melted white chocolate. Yum.

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My friend used to snack on a concoction called “Turdium”. Made from Vienna sausages, M&M’s, and Coca Cola. It was the most fart inducing thing known to man…

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Cashews or Peanuts - unsalted

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I just tried some peanut butter filled pretzels. -they were bumpin

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
 
 mmmm.....  Cheese  !
 
 
 
yum....
 

Manchego

The Manchego is produced in the La Mancha region of Spain, which is also home to Don Quixote. It is made from unpasteurized sheep's milk. It is one of the popular cheeses from Spain, made from sheep's milk. 

The traditional use of grass moulds leaves a distinctive, characteristic zigzag pattern on the Manchego cheese. Authentic Manchego is only made from the Manchego sheep's milk. Manchego cheese is made from both pasteurized and unpasteurized milk.

 The rind is inedible with a distinctive, traditional herringbone basket weave pattern, pressed on it. A typical ear wheat pattern is pressed onto the top and bottom wheels of the cheese. There are specific differences in Manchego cheeses, depending on their aging period.

Semi Curado - Young Manchego cheese is aged around 3 months are supple and moist. The flavor is fruity, grass, hay with a tangy note.

Curado - Manchego cheese aged for 6 months acquires a caramel and nutty flavor. It has distinct acidity.

Viejo - Manchego cheese aged for a year becomes crumbly in texture while the interior of the cheese acquires a butterscotch color. It has a sweet, lingering taste.


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 Last week we had a wedge salad with such a totally sweet dressing  we've been making all week......
 
Creamy Blue cheese  with Balsamic vinegar and brown sugar
Try it ..... very tasty

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chorizo, Danish blue cheese and salt n vinegar crisp butties is my latest addiction.

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Sweet potato fries and ranch. Oh my…

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  • Mikado Daim (like chocolate Pocky with pieces of crunchy toffee)
  • Chocolate crepes warmed in microwave.

Might add to this list later.

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ohaya wrote:
You should try these. I brought some into work one day… never again, cuz they were “gone in a flash”:

http://regenies.com/zen-cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=25&p...

yeh, your right….try the sesame…even faster to disappear.

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Frozen Mini-Snickers bars.

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Anything cake/ice-cream or Little Debbie branded. I have a serious sweet tooth. My wife makes some excellent cakes with the best homemade buttercream frosting I've ever had...

I also like making homemade beef jerky...

Here's a favorite:

Butterfinger pie...

  • 1 block of cream cheese
  • 1 tub of Cool Whip
  • 1 8-pack of mini butterfinger bars
  • 1 graham cracker crust

Allow the cream cheese to come to room temperature. Whip in a mixer until light. Add the Cool Whip and mix at lower speed until blended. Break the Butterfinger bars into small bits and add to the mix. Reserve one of the crushed bars for garnish if desired. Add to crust and top with reserved bits. Refrigerate and enjoy...

 


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Does anything count as a snack or does it have to be bad for you? :bigsmile:
Berries! Oranges. Failing that, fruit cocktail in a can.
Also chocolate mousse cake.
edit
Any cinnamon pastry.

Chloe wrote:
* Mikado Daim (like chocolate Pocky with pieces of crunchy toffee)
  • Chocolate crepes warmed in microwave.

I believe Mikado is actually Pocky just renamed for the Europe / UK market, no?
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I could go for some blueberry pocky right about now.


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  Do the indulgences end?!

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Combine post 7 with post 8 for one of my all time favorite snacks. Funny that they would be listed one after another. (serendipity) Just take some of 8 and one piece of 7 and eat them together.

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Can't stand Hershey's. It is occasionally available her and usually ends up being very heavily discounted. Not that the UK stuff is even edible by European standards.

 

Marmite and salt and vinegar crisp (chip in the US) sandwich in a roll.

 

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18sixfifty wrote:
Combine post 7 with post 8 for one of my all time favorite snacks. Funny that they would be listed one after another. (serendipity) Just take some of 8 and one piece of 7 and eat them together.

Really??? bahahaha

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Anything this belongs on.

And as a side note, I think it would be great on 18sixfifty’s creation, because it’s good on pretty much anything.

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