Healthy shelf stable snacks?

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Old 02-24-2011, 04:39 PM
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Default Chewy granola bars

I keep a box of the chewy granola bars in my car. They are about 100 calories and individually wrapped so I don't tend to overeat.

The last couple of days, I have had that tired/hungry feeling that I know can lead me to binging on bad stuff. I made a snack of 1 oz. peanuts and 1/2 serving of dried cranberries (I think it adds up to about 230 calories). That has enough salt, sweetness and fat that it kept me from raiding my husband's peanut M&M stash. You could make up bags of that using raisins or other dried fruit instead of the cranberries and keep in your car or purse or office.
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Old 02-24-2011, 05:36 PM
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Thanks for all of those great ideas. Elsewhere, someone suggested hardboiled eggs that I can keep in the fridge at work. I love, love, love nuts and have been known to eat a huge amount of non-salted raw almonds so I have to stay away from those except for my one ounce serving I can add to my lunch.

I will have to check out those recipes, they sound delicious. My DD is allergic to wheat/barley/rye, sesame, peanut and tree nut so I'm used to special foods. I'm glad it is helping your son with ADHD.
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