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    pseuzanne
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    Default Snacks for hungry grad students

    I'm in grad school, and all of my classes span dinnertime. My

    professors passed around a sign-up sheet for everyone to take turns

    bringing in snacks for the class (I feel like I'm in GRADE school, not

    GRAD school!). Anyway, I need cheap and easy ideas to feed 20 people.

    I'm trying to lose weight, so I don't want to bring sweets - my biggest

    downfall. Any suggestions?



    Suzanne








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    sandi overstreet
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    Default Snacks for hungry grad students

    What about the Pampered chef crescent roll stuff? Sorry can't remember the name. I know it resembles a wreath and you can do it with chicken or ham.

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    I&#39;m in grad school, and all of my classes span dinnertime. My

    professors passed around a sign-up sheet for everyone to take turns

    bringing in snacks for the class (I feel like I&#39;m in GRADE school, not

    GRAD school!). Anyway, I need cheap and easy ideas to feed 20 people.

    I&#39;m trying to lose weight, so I don&#39;t want to bring sweets - my biggest

    downfall. Any suggestions?



    Suzanne






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    Sherita Williams
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    How about bread, peanut butter and Jelly. Or off-brand crackers and some hard cheese, least inexpensive you can find.

    "pseuzanne" <pseuzanne@yahoo.com>





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    I'm in grad school, and all of my classes span dinnertime. My

    professors passed around a sign-up sheet for everyone to take turns

    bringing in snacks for the class (I feel like I'm in GRADE school, not

    GRAD school!). Anyway, I need cheap and easy ideas to feed 20 people.

    I'm trying to lose weight, so I don't want to bring sweets - my biggest

    downfall. Any suggestions?



    Suzanne




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  4. #4
    herberkids3
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    Default Snacks for hungry grad students

    Apples, bananas, grapes, etc. Just get a bag of grapes, a bag of

    apples, and a banana bunch, and bring that in. Healthy, cheap, and

    energy supplying.



    You could also grab crackers, but for 20 adults, you'd need around 2-3

    boxes. Graham crackers might be a good one- at Save-A-Lot & Aldi's,

    they're only $.99 a box.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "pseuzanne" <pseuzanne@...> wrote:

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    > I'm in grad school, and all of my classes span dinnertime. My

    > professors passed around a sign-up sheet for everyone to take turns

    > bringing in snacks for the class (I feel like I'm in GRADE school,

    not

    > GRAD school!). Anyway, I need cheap and easy ideas to feed 20 people.

    > I'm trying to lose weight, so I don't want to bring sweets - my

    biggest

    > downfall. Any suggestions?

    >

    > Suzanne

    >










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    Liss
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    <SPAN class="187223921-07092007">I was thinking about this, but I have a question first, do you stop for a break, or is this a working munchie time?
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    <SPAN class="187223921-07092007">~Liss



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    Herlean
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    Default Snacks for hungry grad students

    cheese & crackers, sliced apples; grapes; bananas; mixed nuts, muffins (homemade or from a mix - more affordable than a bakery); a pound cake (bundt style); pretzels. Herlean

    pseuzanne <pseuzanne@yahoo.com> wrote: I'm in grad school, and all of my classes span dinnertime. My
    professors passed around a sign-up sheet for everyone to take turns
    bringing in snacks for the class (I feel like I'm in GRADE school, not
    GRAD school!). Anyway, I need cheap and easy ideas to feed 20 people.
    I'm trying to lose weight, so I don't want to bring sweets - my biggest
    downfall. Any suggestions?

    Suzanne



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    We do have a short break, but I think it' supposed to

    be something people can munch on throughout the class.

    I would set it up at the beginning of class. Obviously

    something that isn't too messy would be best.



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    Liss
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    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">>>We do have a short break, but I think it' supposed to be something people can munch on throughout the class.
    I would set it up at the beginning of class<<
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    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">Okay, thinking on the cheap here:
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">1. Muffins -these can be made ahead of time, wrapped in saran wrap and frozen. The day of class, take out a couple dozen in the morning and put them in a box. Fresh and ready at "snacktime". You can opt for any kind of muffin, carrot, morning glories, etc to make them healthy. Feeds many at about .13 per person . http://www.budget101.com/Muffin%20Mixes.htm
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">2. Carrot sticks, celery sticks, & veggie dip. But you would need to provide small plates for this. http://www.budget101.com/Dips/dipmixes.htm
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">3. Popcorn- feeds many, costs little. - you could add various seasonings rather than butter http://www.budget101.com/Popcorn/popcorn-recipes.htm
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">4. Celery Sticks stuffed with Cream Cheese or Peanut butter
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">5. Baked Tortilla Chips w/ Salsa
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">6. Make your Own Granola Bars - so you can control the amount of sugar/carbs/etc
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">7. Tortilla Roll-Ups: Soften a tub of cream cheese. Mix in 1/4 cups of shredded carrots to 1 cup of soft cream cheese. Spoon the mixture over a flour tortilla. Place thin ham slices on the tortilla and sprinkle with diced parsley. Roll the tortilla and cover with plastic wrap and place in the fridge for at least one hour before cutting. Cut the tortillas into bite size (1" ) pieces, arrange on a plate or tray, or pop into a ziploc bag.
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">- You can also use chopped green olives instead of carrots (My Personal Fave).
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">Best of Luck,
    <SPAN class="593031313-08092007">Liss
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