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50YEARSAWIFE Posts: 5,639
8/7/13 8:25 A

One pre-packaged prunes

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (11,136)
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8/7/13 1:58 A

turkey jerky'
tuna pouches
salmon pouches
kale chips
sweet potato chips
any dehydrated veggie chips

SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,116
8/6/13 10:42 P

Dried fruit is just concentrated sugar, personally I would skip that. Most granola bars are too...

Maybe Kavli Crispy Thin Whole Grain Crispbread..17 calories and 4 grams of carb for a generous portion or maybe Wasa Crisp'n Light 7 Grains cracker bread with 20 calories and 4.5 grams of carb per slice. Why not pack a lunch bag cooler everyday with some raw veggies....easy to tote...maybe celery, radishes. raw cauliflower with a tad of reduced fat cream cheese or take along a yogurt cup, an applesauce cup, a fruit cup, fresh berries. I love those lunch cooler might too!

Edited by: SUNSHINE6442 at: 8/6/2013 (22:44)
OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (186,241)
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8/6/13 3:44 P

I often keep an apple in my purse. You can also buy individual 'snack packs' of peanut butter

FITFOODIE88 SparkPoints: (2,019)
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8/6/13 3:40 P


dry cereal (something like puffins or cheerios would be great)
beef/turkey jerky
larabars (no coating like a regular protein bar so they will withstand the heat a little better)
dried fruit with no added sugar
dry roasted edamame
wasabi peas

LGREGG07 SparkPoints: (40,735)
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8/6/13 2:33 P

dried fruit
trail mix
whole grain crackers
pb crackers (although these might melt)
veggie chips
nuts ( i like the 100 cal packs of almonds best, they seem to fit perfectly into the side pockets in my purse)

8/6/13 1:56 P

Here are my ideas...

Almonds (any nut, really)

TRILLIANTOO SparkPoints: (41,427)
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8/6/13 1:24 P

I'm looking for something I can keep in my purse or bag to have on hand for those "emergency snacks". Sometimes I'll have things in my purse for days before I need it so I need something that will hold up to that challenge. It's also super hot where I live and my regular protein bars are melting.

I am looking for something besides / in addition to nuts and seeds, and not as full of refined sugar like most granola bars.

Any ideas?

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