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I still in the pre-stage but I doing my best to completely overhaul my diet. I need ideas for quick/on the go crunch-salty Snacks. I have been good and not given in to chips, but I sure do want some. Quick and easy is essential. Thanks everyone.

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And yes, I’ve been snacking on almonds. Getting sick of them.

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Kale chips?

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I like to make zucchini chips in the air fryer

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Quest also makes Protein chips, you can find them by the other Protein Shake and bar products at the grocery, but they are pricy!

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Whisps are pretty good and sold on the store here. So are Cheddies.

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I buy the Protein Snacks on Bariatric Pal and at the GNC store. I like the protein BBQ chips and I'm expecting a delivery today of the protein cheese puffs to try. Check them out.

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On 06/06/2019 at 06:03, Ellf said:



Whisps are pretty good and sold on the store here. So are Cheddies.


Ooh! I like making those in the oven! Quarter slices of sharp cheddar or pepper jack and bake them on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper! I like mine cooked at a higher temp to make them nice and crispy and my daughter likes them slightly chewier at lower temps. Sharp cheddar tastes like cheese iTs!!

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