Saturday, March 19, 2011

Finger Foods By Aisle: The Middle

I've pretty much covered the perimeter of the grocery store already, so in this installment of the Finger Foods By Aisle series, I'm tackling the aisles in the middle. There may be one more post in this series, but I'm close to wrapping it up. Here are the top ten middle-of-the-store finger foods on my mind:

  • Nut butters (for spreading on crackers or making sandwiches)
  • Raisins
  • Dried cranberries
  • Animal crackers (possibly the junkiest/sweetest food on any of my lists)
  • Peanut butter crackers
  • Freeze-dried strawberries
  • Freeze-dried mangoes
  • Whole-grain crackers
  • Snapea crisps (a chip-like snack made from peas)
  • Baked beans
As for the baked beans, I don't advocate eating canned foods all that often due to the BPA that leaches out of the lining of cans, but when you're fresh out of time, sometimes compromises have to be made.
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