Snacks 250 cal and under

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  1. GGarcia

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    I'm working hard to get my student club going. We are allowed to fundraise by selling snacks, but the snacks have to be 250 calories or less. Anyone have any experience with what is a good seller and easy to buy?

    Thanks again.
     
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    Caesar753 Multitudinous

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    Those baked chips, especially the Hot Cheetos, are a hot seller at my school.
     
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    Different flavors of pretzels should fit the bill.
     
  5. TeacherNY

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    Granola bars.
     
  6. GGarcia

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    Thank you. I am going to Costco tomorrow!
     
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    I love having a handful of plain almonds. Mmmmmm. One square of dark chocolate (though I usually can't stop there) is also great.
     
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    There are a lot of different types of granola bars, fiber bars, protein bars that are under 200 calories. You can also do trail mix, raisins alone, nuts, etc.
    They even have very small bags of chips, like Cheetos, etc that are way under 200 - not sure about the nutrition value, but they sure are popular!
     
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    The large dill pickles were always very popular.
     
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    Love them so!!!
     

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