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umasubra

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Easy and cheap ideas for snacks for a group of 5-6 adults
« on: August 02, 2017, 01:39:11 PM »
Hi,

My husband meets with his study group a couple of times a week after work to do his school home work, outside of home, in a common place. And every time this happens, he ends up doing a take out for dinner from a nearby restaurant and then if they end up working too long, he also the first to buy additional snacks, etc. from nearby restaurants for everyone (5-6 adults). He tells me sometimes others buy too, but I'm seeing too many expenses on our CC. I'm new to MMM, and trying to see what I can do to reduce this spending. I'm thinking of sending him with some snacks from home for everyone. Any ideas for economical, homemade or store-bought snacks please? I'll have to send it with him in the morning, so cannot get spoilt.

Thanks!

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Re: Easy and cheap ideas for snacks for a group of 5-6 adults
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2017, 01:52:26 PM »
Can't go wrong with popcorn. You could make different batches. Kettle corn is my kids' favorite, but I'm partial to a savory soy sauce/nutritional yeast kind. You could drizzle caramel or chocolate, add peanuts in clusters. Parmesan is good. Or a spicy lime/cumin savory kind. Good luck! 

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Re: Easy and cheap ideas for snacks for a group of 5-6 adults
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2017, 02:23:45 PM »
I'm a big fan of almonds.  I prefer unroasted, unsalted.  I also really like trailmix.  I try to keep the sugar and salt down, so I'll do things like cheerios, wasabe peas / nuts, rice crackers, etc.  If sugar isn't a concern, you can't go wrong with peanut m&m's, ginger, dried fruit, etc.

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Re: Easy and cheap ideas for snacks for a group of 5-6 adults
« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2017, 02:35:29 PM »
It's a study group.  Ask everyone to contribute $5 or $10 for the snacks before an order is placed?

Bring cookies, cheese and crackers, home made coffee cake (basic), big bag of no name pretzels, etc.