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Spartan_Mommy posted:
Any suggestions for healthy, quick, easy, and discrete snacks to keep on hand in my classroom? I am a teacher and need something that I can munch on quickly in between classes or while the kids are working quietly.
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MrsC0802 responded:
I was a teacher during my first pregnancy. I liked almonds. No refrigeration necessary and they are very filling. Plus good fats for your growing baby.
 
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KLN777 responded:
I am not a teacher, but I do work with kids. Between sessions, I snack on Luna bars. Lots of good nutrition for the baby and they come in lots of yummy flavors.
 
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Anon_77886 responded:
Dried fruit - but some kinds (like the dried plums I had recently) can leave a film on you hand so keep some hand sanitizer near by. I also like nuts, trail mix and granola bars (the high fiber/low sugar ones),
 
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Anon_77886 replied to Anon_77886's response:
Cheese too - like string cheese. During the first trimester when I had morning sickness - I could still eat cheese.


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