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Can anyone give me some snack ideas I can grab and throw in my bag, and be off on my way? Something that doesn't require lots of preperation would be great.

KEEP IN MIND: I'm a VERY picky eater...LOL! I like some veggies, I like granola and grains and such. But I bet half of the suggestions you leave I will reject. Sorry...lol.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Luna bars are a great snack, they're nutritious, and they come in lots of yummy flavors! My favorites are the cherry-covered chocolate, and the chocolate peppermint stick! It's like eating a candy bar, but it's good for you! I believe there's a thread about them here somewhere.
 

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Nuts are good. Cereal is good, too (you can mix the two and make a trail mix).

You can pack plain rice cakes and eat them with some baby carrots and cherry tomatoes.

Bananas are good, I like to eat them with graham crackers.
 

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are pop tarts even vegan. i have never seen a flavor that was. i would not eat them anyway, but a couple of times we have been somewhere and lilly has wanted food and all they had were poptarts. none were ever vegan.
 

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I'm a big fan of those little boxes of raisins -- you can carry 'em with you with no hassle. Same goes for bananas, and, of course, Luna bars.


I've also recently become a big fan of puffed-rice snack bars. They come in all sorts of cool flavors like peanut butter or berry. I think they're made by Envirokids (but big kids like me eat 'em too
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The Pop Tarts with icing aren't vegan. I've only had the strawberry ones without icing (which, as piglet said, are vegan), so I'm not too sure if the other flavors of the plain ones are vegan. But certainly Luna Bars are much better for you. It all depends what you're in the mood for...sometimes I just have to have a Pop Tart
. I don't eat them that much, so I don't worry about it. Small bags of pretzels might be an idea also.
 

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I pack a big vegan lunch for my hubby everyday for work-

Make a batch of muffins, freeze them in a big storage bag, pull on out when you're in a hurry- they thaw quickly

mini pretzels, Luna Bars, cookies, Veggie Booty, little soymilk drink boxes, pistachios(or other nuts/seeds), whatever is leftover from dinner the night before
 

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Type B gelatin derived from beef sources is found in the frosting of all varieties of Kellogg's(R) Frosted Pop-Tarts(R). Plain (unfrosted) Kellogg's(R) Pop-Tarts(R) do not contain gelatin. None of the equipment that comes in contact with the gelatin on Kellogg's(R) Frosted Pop-Tarts(R) is used in the production of the other pastries. The pregelatinized wheat starch, which some of our toaster pastries contain, is derived from wheat and does not contain any gelatin. No other products of animal origin are used in Kellogg's(R) Pop-Tarts(R) or Kellogg's(R) Frosted Pop-Tarts(R). No animal shortening is used, only vegetable shortening.

http://www.muslimaccess.com/articles/misc/kelloggs2.asp
 
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