Anyone have good snack ideas?

previous topic · next topic
SBChick

Joined: Feb 07
Posts: 1

      quote  
Posted: 06 Feb 2007, 19:09
Does anyone have any good crunchy, somewhat salty snacks for phase 1? I'm trying to think of things other than celery, cheese, and nuts to snack on, but my mind is blank, and no websites have helped so far. Any ideas?
reeneejune

Joined: Jan 07
Posts: 95

      quote  
Posted: 07 Feb 2007, 00:06
Rather than plain celery, i eat mine with peanut butter. It gives you the crunch of celery and the salt of peanuts. Just watch how much PB you use, it adds up fast.
Fast food sure is fast. . .at making you fat!

Holiday Survival Challenge... Go Santa's Helpers!!
Vinchenz

Joined: Jan 07
Posts: 7

      quote  
Posted: 07 Feb 2007, 12:48
Celery and Peanut Butter works well for me too.
Vinchenz

Joined: Jan 07
Posts: 7

      quote  
Posted: 07 Feb 2007, 12:49
Another idea is BBQ or Plain Pork Rinds with Sour Cream Dip, crunchy and tasty and no carbs.. Very Happy
jeanniep

Joined: Jan 07
Posts: 12

      quote  
Posted: 08 Feb 2007, 03:49
Pork rinds with tobasco sauce is good too!
spacistacey

Joined: Feb 07
Posts: 12

      quote  
Posted: 10 Feb 2007, 00:27
This site might be useful, I stumbled on it when I was checking out the different diets sites. Good luck!Very Happy
http://kalynskitchen.blogspot.com/2007/01/kalyns-top-ten-south-beach-diet-snacks.html
Quote:
You only have one life, live it well!!
jeanniep

Joined: Jan 07
Posts: 12

      quote  
Posted: 10 Feb 2007, 07:01
I made Carolina's Pizza quiche recipe, but omitted the sausage and spaghetti sauce. I made them in muffin tins and freeze them separately. I munched on them a work this week, my colleagues were jealous!
LittleMamaMi...

Joined: Oct 06
Posts: 18

      quote  
Posted: 10 Feb 2007, 10:30
The roasted chickpeas from the original SBD cookbook are really good & easy to make. They turn out nice & crunchy too & I put a little garlic powder or cayenne pepper for added flavor.
If your health is good preserve it. If it's not...FIX IT!!
jdcalla

Joined: Feb 07
Posts: 1

      quote  
Posted: 21 Feb 2007, 09:44
I made some guacamole with lowfat sour cream, threw in a little salsa and used plain pork rinds for chips - YUMMY!!
kvonnordheim

Joined: Nov 06
Posts: 20

      quote  
Posted: 21 Feb 2007, 15:09
I slice up 1/2 an apple and dip it in a tablespoon of peanut butter. It's delicious! Taste similar to a taffy apple with nuts. YUM!
At701South

Joined: Feb 07
Posts: 6

      quote  
Posted: 22 Feb 2007, 21:10
LittleMamaMickey wrote:
The roasted chickpeas from the original SBD cookbook are really good & easy to make. They turn out nice & crunchy too & I put a little garlic powder or cayenne pepper for added flavor.


Thanks for the reminder about the chickpeas. I completely forgot about them until you mentioned it. Roasting up a batch of them now. I cant wait to try them with the garlic powder!

Rick43

Joined: Jan 07
Posts: 1

      quote  
Posted: 23 Feb 2007, 13:46
In a large bowl, mix raw broccoli & cauliflower with Kraft Fat FREE shredded cheddar cheese and a ½ cup of sunflower seeds, and/or any other favorite nut of your choice (later, in phase 2, craisins can be added). Then comes the sweet dressing that can alternately be used to sweeten any salad.
Dressing: Mix ½ cup of Miracle Whip Light, with 2 Tablespoons of apple or red wine vinegar, and 1/8th cup of Splenda (or some other sugar substitute). If the consistency is a little too thick for your liking, just add a couple tablespoons of water.
Great as a side dish or all by itself as a snack.



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

advice needed
Make your way of eating and your exercise part of your life, not a diet that will run it's course. Sounds easy but it does take commitment and effort.
by wholefoodnut on 30 Aug 14 08:20 AM
Vegetable pasta
Try using Konjac. It comes as fettuccine 8 calories/100g, spaghetti 10 calories/100g, rice 10 calories/100g, lasagne sheets 8 calories/100g & noodles 8 calories/100g. The best thing EVER for keeping ...
by justgottadoit on 30 Aug 14 01:29 AM
Mix feelings
Keep yourself busy so that you don't have time for a snack. If you really just want to eat something sweet or salty you can, but only in small amounts. Just think how bad you would feel afterwards ...
by snezica on 29 Aug 14 03:08 PM
how to add images or pics in my journals?
This is how you post pictures in your journal. I have copied this from the answer kingkeld gave us: "First, I need to explain that in order to post pictures here on Fatsecret, the image needs to be ...
by snezica on 29 Aug 14 03:01 PM
can someone tell me about the turbo carb cycling
I sold my bike, to dangerous to ride it around here. I workout inside, its over 115 degrees outside, and also I don't work, 64 years old.
by karenromiaih2002 on 29 Aug 14 01:13 PM

Member Tip

average member ranking
by member Sharon Caulkins
eat regularly
07 Jun 13 for diet The South Beach Diet