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Bonfire night is tomorrow, so I’ve compiled a snack guide of alternative snacks to much on whilst enjoying the fireworks. Whether you’re going along to a display, hosting your own in your garden or heading to a friends, it’s always nice to turn up with something for when you get peckish.
Stuffed peppers are incredibly easy to make and you can use a variety of ingredients as fillings. You easily adapt them for vegetarian or vegan diets.
Burts Chips – Firecracker Lobster
The wonderful Sarah sent me a few packs of the new and improved Firecracker Lobster flavour, by Burts Chips. They’ve worked really hard on the flavour, so when Kiel and I tried these we were so impressed. We were pleasantly surprised with how flavoursome the firecracker lobster chips are. Plus, I love that the name of these fits in with bonfire night.
Due to my childhood, I associate chocolate apples or toffee apples with two things. The first one is Hull Fair because I grew up attending and would get a chocolate apple every year. The second is bonfire night. I’d get so excited when I’d spot them available at local firework displays.
The internet is filled with creative recipes and I loved this easy, healthy option – Easy Fruit Rockets by Eats Amazing. These are perfect for someone who is on a weight loss journey, like myself.
Baked Potato Half
This is another option which is great for those who are following a plan such as Weight Watchers. The options are endless in regards to fillings, such as cheese and bacon, tuna and low fat soft cheese, or loaded potato skins, plus many more.
Homemade Rocky Road Bites
Last year I repeatedly made this rocky road, which is dairy free. The recipe can be adapted for your food requirements. Every time I make these, I end up with loads. They are great as a small yummy snack.
I hope you like my suggestions of bonfire night snacks. I’ve tried to include a variety of options, some which require a bit more effort to prepare than others. Thank you for reading. Enjoy the fireworks and displays on the 5th November!
Do you have any go-to snacks for bonfire night? Do you like the sound of any of those listed in this post? Let me know in the comments.
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