7 Quick and Easy Vegetarian Snacks

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Everyone loves to snack! The mini meals between full meals are super satisfying and keep us going through the day. But did you know most snacks found at your local market are unhealthy and full of harmful chemicals! UGH!!

Fear not, because we have narrowed down our favourite snacks that are both healthy and delicious! Now you can satisfy your every craving without the guilt! #YASSS

1) Chocolate Chip and peanut butter bars

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2) Apple cookies

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3) Moong sprouts chaat

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4) Apple chips

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5) Peanut butter rolls

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6) Strawberry oatmeal bars

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7) Baked Spinach balls

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