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Man.... yalls idea of snacks and mine are way different! !!!
I lean more towards the peanut butter and butter and jelly sanich..... yes... that's heavily buttered bread with PB&J slapped on there.... skinny boy snack!!!
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Man.... yalls idea of snacks and mine are way different! !!!
I lean more towards the peanut butter and butter and jelly sanich..... yes... that's heavily buttered bread with PB&J slapped on there.... skinny boy snack!!!
PB&J is my usual breakfast, hold the butter though.
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Looking for some ideas for crunchy snacks, preferably savory. Anybody?
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Looking for some ideas for crunchy snacks, preferably savory. Anybody?
You could start chewing your nails?
Not much help here though. My wife makes some awesome fried bannanas but they are only good for awhile.
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You could start chewing your nails?
Not much help here though. My wife makes some awesome fried bannanas but they are only good for awhile.
I gave that one up years ago, lol. I do like fried bananas/plantains, just never make them. I usually only think about them when I'm traveling out of country and see them around. My son got on a pretzel kick for a few months, so I'm burnt out on them and don't buy a lot of chips other than tortilla chips.


Just thought about it, but every time I go to Bass Pro they have a little section that sells fudge and toasted, spiced nuts. They always smell so good, but I never get them. Been thinking about trying to make them at home.
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I like to keep my snacks simple.

Step 1: Buy 5lb tub of peanut butter

Step 2: Find a spoon

Step 3: Consume.



Side note, after about half the tub you will have to switch to a long metal spoon or cut off the top of the tub.



My wife does make these badass spiced ritz crackers. I eat them like potato chips.
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I like to keep my snacks simple.

Step 1: Buy 5lb tub of peanut butter

Step 2: Find a spoon

Step 3: Consume.



Side note, after about half the tub you will have to switch to a long metal spoon or cut off the top of the tub.



My wife does make these badass spiced ritz crackers. I eat them like potato chips.
I love peanut butter. PB &J for breakfast a couple days a week or plop a big old glob (or two) on a plate with apple slices.


I like the sounds of the crackers.... any chance on her sharing the recipe?
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1 stick(s) butter

1 package(s) ranch dressing mix

1/4 cup(s) grated parmesean

1 tablespoon(s) red pepper flakes

1 teaspoon(s) garlic powder

1 boxes) Ritz crackers

toss box of Ritz crackers with all 5 ingredients

Bake in 300 degree oven for 15 minutes
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1 stick(s) butter

1 package(s) ranch dressing mix

1/4 cup(s) grated parmesean

1 tablespoon(s) red pepper flakes

1 teaspoon(s) garlic powder

1 boxes) Ritz crackers

toss box of Ritz crackers with all 5 ingredients

Bake in 300 degree oven for 15 minutes
Sounds awesome..... Stupid low carb diet... Ugh
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1 stick(s) butter

1 package(s) ranch dressing mix

1/4 cup(s) grated parmesean

1 tablespoon(s) red pepper flakes

1 teaspoon(s) garlic powder

1 boxes) Ritz crackers

toss box of Ritz crackers with all 5 ingredients

Bake in 300 degree oven for 15 minutes
Thanks for sharing, sounds great! Glad I don't have a problem with carbs
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