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List Your Top 10 Fav. Snacks
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I thought it would be fun to see what everyone likes for snacks. Lets list our top 10 in no certain order. :)

1. Lays Stax - plain

2. Mission Corn chips with Pace salsa

3. Betty Crocker Brownies

4. Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookies

5. Homemade ice cream

6. Apples with cinnamon and sugar sprinkled on them.

7. Strawberries

8. Popcorn - homemade

9. Hormel lunch meat - ham rolled up with Kraft cheese

10. String cheese - Kraft

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Thanks GFreeMO -I love your idea of the apples with cinnamon and sugar! I might have to try that! :)

1. Lays Stax -plain or cheddar

2. Betty Crocker Devils food cake with choclate gluten-free icing and Silk Almond milk -YUM!

3. Lara Bars or Purfit Protein Bars

4. Planters peanuts or cashews

5. Any fresh fruit

6. Popcorn -Popweaver microwave

7. Edy's Ice Cream - sometimes with Nestle Semi-sweet chocolate chips on top

8. Snickers

9. yogurt -Yoplait or Giant Eagle brand

10.Glutino Pretzels and Chocolate Covered Pretzels -YUM!

I do try to stick with mostly healthy, less processed foods for everyday snacks and only treat myself once in a while to the more fattening, processed foods like -Snickers.

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Do I have to choose just 10? LOL! I snack a lot!

1. Popcorn/kettle corn (made on the stove top with olive oil)

2. Granny Smith Apples dipped in honey

3. Bananas with peanut butter

4. Carrot sticks

5. Almonds

6. Homemade Trail mix made with nuts, sunflower seeds, craisins and Enjoy Life chocolate chips

7. Tortilla chips with salsa, guacamole or hummus

8. Raw veggies and hummus

9. Wavy Lays Potato chips

10. Plantain chips (I like banana chips too)

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1. Almonds

2. Dried apricots

3. Veggies (mostly carrots)

4. chocolate :ph34r:

5. Movenpick Swiss Chocolate ice cream :ph34r:

6. Havarti cheese and rice crackers

7. Apples

8. Larabars

9. Pepperoni slices

10. Sesamini bars (including the chocolate ones) :ph34r: (they're from Germany)

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What fun!

1. Tangerines

2. Pretzels

3. Jelly Belly jelly beans

4. Kraft Cheddar Cheese in a jar- great for dipping the pretzels in..

5. Plain potato chips

6. Peach cobbler with whipped cream

7. Apple cobbler with whipped cream

8. Wegmans Honey Roasted Cashews

9. Dark Chocolate Milky Way bars

10.Watermelon

Okay now I want some cobbler.....

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  • Apple slices with Skippy Natural Peanut Butter and Udi Cranberry Granola
  • Udi bagel with Strawberry Philly Cream Cheese and sliced strawberries on top
  • Almond Snickers
  • Demet's Turtles (caramel with nuts and chocolate) or other gluten free kind
  • caramel apple with nuts, snickers, or Butterfinger on it
  • Dairy QUEEN BLIZZARD Butterfinger or banana split
  • Wendy's Chocolate Frosty
  • 7-Eleven or Burger King Frozen COKE
  • Oven-baked nachos with beans, sour cream, the works!
  • Against the Grain or Whole Foods Bakery Baguettes with butter

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1. Popcorn. I make it on the stove.

2. Bean dip or refried beans with tortilla chips or Fritos.

3. Cheese dip with same as above.

4. Instant mashed potatoes, sometimes with cheese, onions and bacon.

5. Hummus with Fritos, thick potato chips or veggies.

5. Cottage cheese and canned pears.

6. Cheese.

7. Nuts.

8. Synders, gluten-free pretzels.

9. Apple slices with peanut butter.

10. Olives.

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What a wonderful Idea!

1. Mrs Crimbles Coconut Macaroons

2. Rice cakes with peanutbutter and jam

3. Twirls!

4. Kettle Chips (Lightly Salted)

5. Popcorn

6. Olives

7. Any fruit

8. Marks And Spencers gluten-free Lemon Cake (I felt like crying when i found this and how good it was!)

9. Tortilla Chips with Sour Cream&Chive and humus

10. Tescos finest madagascan vanilla ice cream with strawberries

This has made me hungry and given me ideas for more snacking food!

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1. dark chocolate

2. trail mix

3. dried apricots

4. pineapple (canned, usually)

5. apples

6. sun butter/peanut butter

7. larabars

8. cheese and crackers (crunchmaster multi-grain)

9. homemade cocoa nut bars

10. pickled cauliflower

I like cookies, too, but they don't make the list for lack of frequency and the fact that I've never had any that are quite perfect enough.

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1. Popped whole grain sorghum with olive oil and salt

2. sweet potato fries

3. stevia and sorrel leaves

4. spoon of honey - to fight the sweets cravings!

5. pomagranates

6. homemade hummus wrapped with lettuce or spinach leaves

7. cucumbers with salt

8. spinach salad with herb flowers

9. stir-fried greens

10. roasted chickpeas

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1. Homemade buckwheat bread with pumpkinseed butter and dried cranberries

2. Homemade almond bread with almond butter

3. Salted cashews (I love nuts, can you tell?)

3. Fruit, esp bananas

5. Spicy sweet potato french fries

6. Dove dark chocolate

7. Chex

8. Chocolate chip cookies from scratch

9. Brown rice with avocado and gluten-free soy sauce (it's like a sushi roll in a bowl!)

10. Popcorn from the stove top

I love all of my gluten-free food :)

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1. Popped whole grain sorghum with olive oil and salt

2. sweet potato fries

3. stevia and sorrel leaves

4. spoon of honey - to fight the sweets cravings!

5. pomagranates

6. homemade hummus wrapped with lettuce or spinach leaves

7. cucumbers with salt

8. spinach salad with herb flowers

9. stir-fried greens

10. roasted chickpeas

Popped whole grain sorghum? So you pop it like popcorn? Sounds interesting

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Popped whole grain sorghum? So you pop it like popcorn? Sounds interesting

Also where do you get the whole grain sorghum? I can't do corn - would love to try popsorghum :D

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My top ten snack list is pretty similar to everyone else's.

1. Organic oranges (they are wonderful right now)

2. Strawberries

3. corn/rice chex with chocolate chips and peanuts mixed in (no milk)

4. popcorn (made on the stove)

5. veggies and homemade hummus

6. Rice crackers and cheese

7. Watermelon

8. Cottage cheese and peaches

9. cashews

10.CHOBANI yogurt (my favorite, I eat it every day)

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This is a fun thread!!

1. kettle cooked potato chips.

2. Tortilla chips with hummus, guacamole, or Mrs. Renfro's jalapeno salsa.

3. Fruit or raw veggies (apples, cherries, raw pepper slices, carrots, etc, etc.)

4. Ice cream.

5. Chobani's yogurt.

6. Bora Bora Bars. (pomegranate/pecan).

7. Popcorn on the stove with a little melted butter and a tiny bit of salt.

8. Rice crackers layered with wasabe, smoked salmon, and pickled ginger.

9. Avocado smoothie.

10. Nantucket Blend Trail Mix.

It was difficult to put them in an order of preference because I like them all so much, LOL!!

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Oooo, fun post.

1: Nutella (yes, with a spoon :ph34r: )

2: Snickers

3: Watermelons

4: Apples with sugar and cinnamon

5: Muddy Buddies (the recipe is on the Chex cereal boxes)

6: Nonpareils

7: Mickey Mouse cheese

8: Tortilla chips

9: Yoplait Yoghurt

10: Sour patch (not sure, if this is entirely glutenfree though, I tend to get a slight headache on these so I eat them rarely)

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Hmm, not sure I can limit myself to ten.

1. Greek yogurt with a little bit of honey.

2. Deviled eggs (I hardboil them ahead and make them as I want them)

3. Crunchmaster crackers with spinach artichoke dip.

4. Popcorn (my popcorn machine was the best Christmas gift ever!)

5. KIND bars

6. Ice Cream (especially peanut butter & chocolate)

7. PB& Co's White Chocolate Peanut Butter & gluten-free Ginger Snaps

8. Michael's Cheese Curls

9. Homemade Smoothies

10. Pistachio Fluff (Cool Whip, Pistachio Pudding Mix & Crushed Pineapple).

And now I want a snack.

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Also where do you get the whole grain sorghum? I can't do corn - would love to try popsorghum :D

Who knew!! http://www.glutenfreemall.com/catalog/shiloh-farms-whole-grain-organic-glutenfree-sorghum-p-336.html

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I guess I should have put all the fruits on separate lines to make a longer list, but:

1 Planters salted peanuts

2 Bananas, apples, oranges, fruit

3 Homemade guacamole with Food Should Taste good sweet tater chips

4 Corn thins with organic peanut butter.

5 Lara bars, mostly only when out

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:lol: everyone has some good creative snacks which proves it isnt boring to be gluten free!

My list:

1.) rice chex treats (rice chex, butter, marshmallows)

2.) apples with peanut butter and maple syrup mixed together

3.) craisins

4.) glutino cream sandwich cookies

5.) tomatoes and carrots and ranch

6.) tostitos tortilla chips with taco bell refried beans (kraft brand and no gluten on the label!!!)

7.) udi's muffins heated up slightly

8.) schar crackers and cheese sandwiches

9.) cocoa pebbles treats

10.) ian's frenchbread pizzas (but i havent seen these in the stores in months :huh: )

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