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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally90 View Post
    I use SR. Not a dumb question at all.
    Thanks I will try these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
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    Do the muffins have much sweetness without the sugar?
    Yeah with the fruit particularly if you use berries. They aren't super sweet like your traditional muffins though.

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    Brown rice crackers with a little vegemite and avocado

    Hard boiled eggs

    A new this in our house at the moment are apple balls. Dried apples and dates, chia seeds done oats and cinnamon. Blitz in a food processor, add a little maple syrup to bring mix together and roll into balls. My boys love these

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    Brown rice cakes with macadamia nut butter and also like pp boiled eggs

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    If I'm craving something sweet which is not as often as I crave something savoury, I 'try' and eat something sweet that is good for you like Lady Finger bananas or grapes, especially the purple sweet ones, yes, I know too much fructose isn't great either, but it beats reaching for the licorice bullets I would usually grab if I'm craving something sweet!

    I also like to snack on air popped popcorn, pretzels, wasabi peas and love edamame beans. The kids love mini muffins, frozen mixed berries, Haloumi either pan fried or natural, pickled onions, pickles, marinated artichokes, olives and crackers with various dips like tzatziki, beetroot etc, naan bread, anything like that. I have heaps of 'condiments' in my fridge especially for 'picking'.

    Don't forget dark chocolate is okay to snack on too if you need your chocolate fix.

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    Fussy DD loves these. I use a whole banana and quinoa flakes instead of oats (coeliac). Really yummy. http://onehandedcooks.com.au/recipe/...-date-cookies/

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    anything from this website..

    http://www.wholefoodsimply.com/category/all/

    I usually have a batch of something in the fridge or freezer (currently peppermint slice and lemon balls) and one piece is plenty.

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    My fav atm is to cut my apple and out a little peanut butter on it... YUM


 

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