5 snacks you can sneak into MIB™:I
We love the movies, but the cinema can be a minefield of unhealthy snacking options. Drink and popcorn supersize combos, chocolates and potato chips, all lit up like a beacon drawing you in for two hours of mindless eating in the dark. Because we want you to succeed on your personal health mission and also enjoy a great film, we've called in the reinforcements and collected five movie snacks you can make ahead of time. These creative and healthy bites are for the sophisticated individual with an international palate. So be cool, act casual and arm yourself against the temptations of snack bar candy with these secret snacking weapons.
Palisa Anderson’s Matcha Choc Chip Cookies
The color of matcha makes a vibrant out-of-this-world cookie treat for your alien blockbuster, with the Japanese flavour of nutty, delicate green tea enriched by dark chocolate chunks.
Blast your tastebuds with this spicy-smoky sensation. Once you've elevated your game with cumin and paprika, you’ll forget all about that bucket of buttered snack bar popcorn you used to grab on the way in.
Darren Robertson’s Bird Seed Bars
The secret to how we pack so much seedy, nutty, nutritious goodness into these little bars is one we're willing to share. Sweetened with natural fruits and honey, these easily-hidden treats will manage your sugar craving.
Choc Hazelnut Slice
Like gianduja (that's Italian for 'hazelnutty chocolate') for the health-conscious. Rich dark chocolate and cacao blended with hazelnuts and maple syrup make a decadent and distinctly Italian flavor combo.
Lime & Coconut Bliss Balls
As a zingy flavor combination, you’ll find everywhere from India to the Caribbean (famously, coconuts do migrate), these bliss balls have wide appeal, so don't forget to slide a few extras up your sleeve to share with pals.
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