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Saturday
Sep222012

SNACKAGE...Because good snacks are important.

Snacks are often the step-child of our meals....an afterthought....a slapped together fiasco on a plate. I admit that sometimes that's what makes them great, but recently some inspired snackage on the brilliant food blog, the Garden of Vegan got me thinking....What if, on occasion we elevated the snack to an extravagant in between meal? Now, extravagant doesn't have to mean complicated...heck, extravagant can even be downright simple (as shown in the pics below)...It's really all about upping the ante and breaking out of your snack box...

So, with that in mind here are three extravagant yet simple snack options to up your game...

And oh yeah, did I mention they're healthy too?....Uh-huh....Score.

Snack Inspiration-
The Peanut Butter, Banana & Apple Wrap


Raspberries & Sliced Banana with Dark Chocolate Sauce & Grapes


Bananas with Almond Butter, Hemp hearts , Dried Apricots, Walnuts & Dark Chocolate

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