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Five amazing midnight snacks

Five amazing midnight snacks

It’s 12 am and you’ve got the munchies. Nothing in the fridge and you don’t wanna wait for a 40 minute restaurant delivery to arrive only to have the cheese missing from the burger. An easier option is to just make yourself these easy peasy treats.

Fried Buttered Bread

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The easiest and tastiest snack to make. All you need is some butter, a hot pan and some bread to roll it on over. Simply turn the sides when golden brown and you get a yummy buttery toasted slice of awesomeness.

 Cheesy Pizza Toast

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The easiest pizza you’ll ever make. Warm some frozen chicken tikka chunks in the microwave, layer on a slice of cheese and bake in the oven for less than ten minutes. Lastly splash on another layer of ketchup or barbeque sauce and you have just mastered the art of semi-pizza making.

 Egg and Vegetable Salad

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Boil 2 eggs. Peel, mash and mix with mayonnaise or sandwich spread. Add salt, pepper and butter to taste. Cut up some green cucumbers and red tomatoes. Shake the salad bowl once or twice and you’ve got yourself a delicious and nutritious snack.

Peanut Butter Nutella Sandwich

Get two pieces of bread, spread some Nutella inside and grill them on a pan or a sandwich maker. Congratulations you now have your favorite comfort food for those lonesome nights spent binge watching Game of Thrones!

Noodle Soup

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Put together a bowl of cut up fresh veggies. Boil for 2 minutes and Add masla. For best results keep pan covered to absorb properly, garnish with coriander leaves and voila! Snack for the lazier than lazy and great to have when you have a cold. Your throat will thank you.

Did you like these snacks? Comment below and let us know!

Also check out this recipe of homemade Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

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