If your looking for something quick and easy for your lunch box etc. or work. I find that a small plastic container, filled with mixed nuts (i like almonds, walnuts and cashews, but you can go crazy with it, choose anything) you can buy bigger packets of mixed nuts in most shopping centres. Anyway, a container filled with mixed nuts and 4 squares of dark chocolate, the dark chocolate is REALLY good for your brain, in small amounts.
Popcorn. A lot of people may feel this is unhealthy, but actually is. And the fact that it is cheap these days is even better. Be careful not to add too much butter and salt if you do decide to add any.
get some normal pretzels (not the stick the normal shape) and put chocolate syrup on it, and put in the freezer over night.Then, in the morning put a M&M or a circle or anything, and put it in the freezer for 2 hours.this may not exactly be healthy, but hey.Its great!
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Last edited at 2:50PM on 2/24/2013
it depends on how much u like to cook. one good recipe is monkey balls. despite its weird name it actually tastes great. Another great recipe is Blondies ( the white version of brownies) it tastes really good, though i prefer it with chocolate chips. Also, my sister came up with this very tasty dip that can be eaten with fruits preferably apples, peaches, and oranges. They're pretty fun snacks to make...if you like to be in the kitchen. Also a dish called puppy chow which is like a homemade nutty bar