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#1 Posted by SexyToad (2939 posts) -

What are you duders favorite makeshift snack? And if it's something you made up or out of the norm go ahead and put down a recipe as well. I would say mine is a grilled cheese sandwhich.

#2 Posted by Shaka999 (537 posts) -

Popcorn on the stove. Always tasty & really easy to make.

#3 Posted by Ravenlight (8057 posts) -
#4 Posted by Lunar_Aura (2824 posts) -

puffins cereal lightly drizzled with honey, sometimes sprinkled with crushed pistachios

#5 Posted by TyCobb (2000 posts) -

Whenever my wife makes homemade chili, I get a big bag of tortilla chips and shredded cheese. For the next 3 days I get to eat off of Chili-Cheese Nachos. Mmmmmmmmmm

#6 Posted by familyphotoshoot (703 posts) -

Cheese crackers.

Take some shredded cheese (I like cheddar) and a nonstick pan. Crank the pan on super high heat and put down a layer of your shredded cheese. Cook until it's super crusty on the bottom and most of the moisture has evaporated, then flip it and do the same on the other side. Transfer to a plate with some paper towels, let it cool, and then break it into cracker-sized pieces and enjoy.

#7 Posted by Irvandus (3060 posts) -

Peanut Butter + Celery

#8 Posted by _Chad (998 posts) -

@SexyToad said:

What are you duders favorite makeshift snack? And if it's something you made up or out of the norm go ahead and put down a recipe as well. I would say mine is a grilled cheese sandwhich.

Probably the same. Super easy, super quick.

#9 Edited by MrKlorox (11142 posts) -

I usually drink a big fat glass of milk when I'm a little hungry but don't feel like cooking, or if it's a while til the next meal.

#10 Posted by RPGee (775 posts) -

Take a box of salt crackers (my preference are Savoy's.)

Take a block of cheese (hard is better than crumbly, and you should not use Kraft Singles.)

Take one jar of jam (jelly to some I hear, raspberry seems to go quite well but strawberry works too.)

Combine in whatever order you like, and eat.

Keep going until you realise the box is empty, get another, realise what you're doing, don't care, and start again.

#11 Posted by matthias2437 (992 posts) -

Vanilla ice cream covered in honey vanilla greek yogurt.

#12 Edited by Franstone (1209 posts) -

My quick (better in my opinion) alternative to a deviled egg

Boil an egg.

Remove shell (obviously).

Cut boiled egg in half long ways.

Sprinkle a small amount of seasoned salt on each half of the egg.

Top it off with a little relish.

Good healthy snack.

#13 Posted by 71Ranchero (3140 posts) -

A sandwich.

#14 Posted by Silvergun (298 posts) -

Fruit! I usually buy quite a bit and it winds up being a race against time to eat it before it goes bad. Bananas and green grapes are my favorite.

#15 Posted by MeierTheRed (5014 posts) -

@Silvergun said:

Fruit! I usually buy quite a bit and it winds up being a race against time to eat it before it goes bad. Bananas and green grapes are my favorite.

Fruit is great, i usually got for the red or green grapes. But a good apple or a pear will do nicely too.

#16 Posted by AjayRaz (12657 posts) -

@TyCobb said:

Whenever my wife makes homemade chili, I get a big bag of tortilla chips and shredded cheese. For the next 3 days I get to eat off of Chili-Cheese Nachos. Mmmmmmmmmm

@Silvergun said:

Fruit! I usually buy quite a bit and it winds up being a race against time to eat it before it goes bad. Bananas and green grapes are my favorite.

both of these things sound absolutely delicious and are making me really hungry

#17 Posted by CatsAkimbo (686 posts) -

Bag of pre-washed green beans and bowl of some teriyaki/soy/sesame sauce to dip them in. Delicious!

Just a fat loaf of soft french bread is good too.

#18 Posted by NlGHTCRAWLER (1219 posts) -

Whats up with all this healthy crap?

My favorite thing to make is a Dorito Sandwich of Pain.

You get bread. Any bread is fine, but I prefer French Bread. Microwave some roast beef and layer that shit on. Add mustard. Lots and lost of mustard. Add some cheese and maybe a little bit of lettuce. Crunch up some Doritos with your hands and put the remains in the sandwich. Pour some BBQ sauce and if you feel up to it some Tobasco sauce. Then sprinkle the opening to the sandwich with Mexican goat cheese and throw that sucker in the oven for 3 minute. Take it out and enjoy the best thing you have ever eaten in your life.

#19 Posted by Silvergun (298 posts) -

@NlGHTCRAWLER said:

Whats up with all this healthy crap?

I guess not all of us enjoy type-2 diabetes.

Another one I like to make, usually as a side with dinner but it works between meals too, is take some frozen corn, thaw it, add a little butter, then season it with steak seasoning (my favorite it a garlic-pepper blend). Steak seasoning on corn is the only way to do corn.

#20 Posted by fox01313 (5175 posts) -

Wheat toast with some peanut butter & sometimes a little honey or just more coffee.

#21 Posted by NlGHTCRAWLER (1219 posts) -

@Silvergun said:

@NlGHTCRAWLER said:

Whats up with all this healthy crap?

I guess not all of us enjoy type-2 diabetes.

Bitch please.

I work out like crazy so I can eat whatever I want. Fuck your steak seasoned corn.

#22 Posted by Vextroid (1451 posts) -

Cheese Sandwiches. Love me some cheese sandwiches grilled or un-grilled.

#23 Posted by haffy (681 posts) -

Banana sandwich.

#24 Edited by kalmis (1744 posts) -

Plain crips bread for me. The darker the better.

Probably an odd Nordic thing.

#25 Posted by pyromagnestir (4382 posts) -

What exactly makes a snack qualify as makeshift? I figured you meant weird things people made up on their own, but then you said grilled cheese. That just seems like a snack to me, not a makeshift one. I'm all confused.

#26 Edited by stonepawfox (237 posts) -

@pyromagnestir: i think it's basically like "well i don't want to go get/order food from anywhere or spend more than 5 minutes making something so i'll just eat x"

i enjoy hummus with whatever bready or vegetable product

#27 Edited by Seppli (11233 posts) -

While I don't snack, I do breakfast. One of my standard breakfast items is a Wasabi Egg Sandwich.

Toast two slices of whatever bread you like (I usually go with regular plain white wheat toast). Butter them up. Put some Wasabi on each slice. Mix it thoroughly with the butter. Slice a harboilded egg and put it in the sandwhich. Majo. Pickles (usually just regular pickled cucumber, really want to try some pickled ginger though). A couple of drops of low sodium soja sauce. Close up. Half into two triangles. Enjoy a Wasabi brainbuzz.

#28 Posted by BaneFireLord (3084 posts) -

Microwave popcorn with Parmesan cheese and Old Bay Seasoning.

#29 Posted by SockemJetpack (420 posts) -

One evening while I was in a non-sober state I made a quesadilla made of crunchy peanut butter in a whole what wrap cooked in the toaster oven. I then used strawberry jam for dippin'. That was pretty good.

#30 Edited by Brenderous (1185 posts) -
#31 Posted by Zleunamme (760 posts) -

Slice of bread with Nutella. Eating cereal from the box.

#32 Posted by LethalKi11ler (1592 posts) -

Make a bunch of Nutella toasts or just buttered ones. I make like 10 for the following 30 minutes. Keeps my stomach busy for a few hours :P

#33 Posted by pyromagnestir (4382 posts) -

@stonepawfox: Well if them's the parameters then I guess my answer would be cereal.

#34 Posted by McGrittles (96 posts) -

Oscar Meyer taco and 2 buck chuck , IM POOR

#35 Posted by legendlexicon (99 posts) -

@Brenderous: Doing it.

#36 Posted by Zomgfruitbunnies (992 posts) -

@Zleunamme said:

Slice of bread with Nutella.

Yes.

#37 Posted by CannonGoose (385 posts) -

Vegemite toast or a grilled cheese sando.

#38 Posted by joshth (542 posts) -

@familyphotoshoot said:

Cheese crackers.

Take some shredded cheese (I like cheddar) and a nonstick pan. Crank the pan on super high heat and put down a layer of your shredded cheese. Cook until it's super crusty on the bottom and most of the moisture has evaporated, then flip it and do the same on the other side. Transfer to a plate with some paper towels, let it cool, and then break it into cracker-sized pieces and enjoy.

dude. Cheese and Crackers is the best snack in the world.

#39 Posted by McGhee (6128 posts) -

hummus and tortilla chips

#40 Posted by Grimhild (758 posts) -

One time I came home really lit and made a Pop-Tart sandwich in an inebriated moment of genius. It was pretty fucking delicious. Just toast two of your favorite kind of Pop-Tarts and make a PB&J sandwich with them.

I've only done it once since then, though, since I usually don't eat a lot of junk food. I always feel like crap afterwards.

Sometimes I'll spread pecans out on a baking pan with a little salt and pepper and roast them for a few minutes in the oven. They're pretty damn tasty, too.

#41 Posted by IzzyGraze (866 posts) -

Peanut butter sandwhich with honey.

Peanut butter and jelly sandwhich and have yogurt as a dip for the sandwhich, I find vanilla works.

Beef sandwhich with cheese, steak sauce, and tabasco sauce.

Cereal + berries + honey.

Cereal + yogurt.

That's what I generally try. I usually just look in my fridge combine what I think will be good. Tried a cheese whiz +cheese +mustard sandwhich a few minutes ago. It was...ok.

#42 Posted by MyNiceIceLife (660 posts) -

pretty much any food that is quick to eat. can't go wrong with some chips and salsa though.

#43 Posted by Sparky_Buzzsaw (6922 posts) -

Spoonful of peanut butter. Good taste, and more importantly, it fills me up fast so I don't end up snacking on a bunch of other shit. I'm also big on keeping frozen fruit around the house - I like the real stuff better, but during the summer, thawing some out with a spoonful of sugar mixed in sure works for me.

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#44 Posted by the_OFFICIAL_jAPanese_teaBAG (4311 posts) -

Toast

#45 Posted by PillClinton (3352 posts) -

@Irvandus said:

Peanut Butter + Celery

This, aaaaaand...

@Silvergun said:

Fruit! I usually buy quite a bit and it winds up being a race against time to eat it before it goes bad. Bananas and green grapes are my favorite.

this.

I also like some nice fat slices of a big round ripe tomato, drizzled with a little olive oil, sprinkled with some fresh-ground pepper and coarse sea salt, and topped with some feta or goat cheese.

I used to eat very unhealthily, having large bowls of sugary cereal like Cinnamon Toast Crunch and the like just for snacks between meals! I've since changed my ways.

#46 Posted by Hector (3514 posts) -

Crackers + cheese, or toast.

#47 Edited by MordeaniisChaos (5904 posts) -

@Lunar_Aura said:

puffins cereal lightly drizzled with honey, sometimes sprinkled with crushed pistachios

Someone's a gorramn Trader Joes (TM) hippy.

@MrKlorox said:

I usually drink a big fat glass of milk when I'm a little hungry but don't feel like cooking, or if it's a while til the next meal.

Hell yeah. I thought I'd be a weirdo saying "A big ass glass of ice cold milk!"

I also like apple slices with thin slices of chedder wrapped around em. Or of course peanut butter.

#48 Posted by SirPsychoSexy (1355 posts) -

Peanut Butter and Banana sammich

#49 Posted by ReCkLeSs_X (473 posts) -

Cottage cheese + blueberries + strawberries + whole wheat wrap.

YES. I find it delicious.

#50 Posted by sparhawk814 (12 posts) -

Nutella on toast, or just some cheese and italian meat with crackers.