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Old 07-27-2005, 11:30 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Let's share some healthy snack ideas

These are common items in my house:

Celery (and dip :LOL )
Grapes
Homade grahm crackers
Bananas
Muffins
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Old 07-28-2005, 08:37 AM
 
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How do you make homemade graham crackers????

We have...
watermelon
cantelope
raisins
hmmmm....that's about it...guess I need to go shopping!!
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I'd tell you my list but I'm nauseous right now I was SO hungry all day yesterday but last night the m/s seems to have set in. I'm glad to have symptoms but feel rather yucky. Actually even while nauseated I'm still hungry : :LOL

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Graham Crackers

1/3 Cup dry milk
½ Cup water
2 TBS vinegar
1 Cup brown sugar
½ Cup honey
1 Cup canola oil
2 tsp vanilla
2 eggs, beaten slightly
6 Cups whole weat flour
½ tsp salt
1 tsp baking soda

Mix together, dry milk, water and vinegar. In separate bowl, mix next five ingredients. Combined the two mixtures. Add the flour, salt and soda.

Divide dough into 4 equal parts. Place each part on a greased and floured cookie sheet. Roll 1/8 inch thick. Prick with fork. Bake at 375 for 15 mins. remove from oven and cut into squares immediately.

Yields 5 dozen

Source, Light and Natural Cookbook
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Great!!! Thanks for the recipe....I can't wait to try them!!!!
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Thanks for sharing the recipe!

I have been eating peaches - yum! And cheese. Not together. :LOL

I've mainly been thirsty though - I am just chugging the H2O!

Thankfully, the thought of anything overly fried or overly sweet just isn't agreeing with me. Guess this is going to be my health-nut baby!
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(I'm posting here and in March bec. Im right at the end of March.. you never know..)
Im at 5 weeks and hungry and thirsty all the time. I bring snacks like grapes, granola, trail mix and baby carrots with me to work... which I forgot today and am hungry already, even though I had pancakes for breakfast.:P

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Old 08-02-2005, 08:13 PM
 
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Well yesterday I ate an entire box of Reduced Fat Cheeze-its without meaning to...

Today I made peanut butter and banana sandwiches and they were way better than the turkey sandwiches I brought with me yesterday!

Other than that I'm still struggling to find something to fill the never ending hunger.. mozzarella cheese was good today too.
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Uggggg food sounds blech and I am so pukey feeling. I am mostly thirsty though.
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The lasted edition on Fit Pregnancy has some good suggestion for healthy prenatal snacks...

Vegetable Bagel- whole grain bagel with light cream cheese and sliced veggies, carrots, cumumber, radishes, peppers ( high in folate)

peanut butter toast (high in protein)

cottage cheese with peaches (high in calcium)

hot chocolate and vanilla wafers (calcium)

spinach dip with Ry Krisps crackers- 2 10 oz packages of frozen spinach ( thaw and remove excess water), 1 8 oz can of sliced water chestnuts ( drain and chop fine), 1 1/2 cups plain nonfat yogurt, 1 cup light mayo, 1 package dried vegetable soup mix. Mix ingredients in a bowl, refrigerate for 2 hours. Serve with crackers. (folate)

Fruit smoothies (calcium)

Hummus with pita crackers (protein)

Apple and cheese (calcium)

pudding and berries (calcium)

raisin bran cereal (fiber)

trail mix (fiber)

juice and popcorn (folate)

yogurt with granola (calcium)

muffin and tea (fiber)


Okay I'm hungry now have to go find something to eat

Lydia
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Ok, I tried cottage cheese.. yuck! lol

And even though I crave chocolate it's just too sweet right now and I can only eat a bit at a time, not too much or I feel sick! One peice of peanut butter and honey toast was great.. 2 is not so great!
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I had to post on this thread because I had three full lunches today! My friends tell me that I've lost a lot of weight lately, and I was only 110 to begin with. Probably due to stress from the divorce. But my appetite is roaring back. I gained 45 pounds for my first pg. I hope to top that in this one!
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