We've all felt a bit peckish before bedtime, but you don't have to spend ages cooking something to get you through the night, as we show you 6 tasty midnight snack hacks that you can whip up in no time at all!
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Reminisce about the good old days with this collection of discontinued snacks from the 80s and 90s.From Geri Halliwell-flavoured crisps (???) to alcohol for kids, there’s some real good ones in this bunch.Enjoy!Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Childhood version 1.0: What kids did for fun before the internet‘Feather’ cakes are the dreamiest new baking craze on InstagramRoyal recipes: How to make the Queen’s favourite dishes
You eat a healthy breakfast and lunch, but come the afternoon you're desperate for something sweet. Before you head to the vending machine for crisps or chocolate, try one of these 10 nutritious snacks instead. They'll give you a
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We all have our favourite holiday snacks we reach for when we’re on vacay. Those peanut wotsit things, anything paprika flavoured and crunchy, rare and exotic versions of Milka and Haribo. Half the fun of going away is sampling the snacks and yeah, it’s sad we can’t get them all here in Blighty but at the same time, their rarity is what makes them so special. Remember when you couldn’t get Kinder Buenos here? Totally lost their novelty now. Warning do not view whilst hungry!
Some experts say the whole concept of "healthy snacking" is an oxymoron. But if you simply can't make it until your next meal, there are some science-backed appetite appeasers that, even in small doses, should tide you over.
Greek yogurt will provide you with muscle-building protein, while anti-oxidant rich berries add a natural sweetness and the fibre will keep you feeling full for a few hours. Swap out Greek yogurt for a dairy-free alternative, or add some cooked quinoa.
(All photos via Instagram/eatyrheartsout)“It’s not you, it’s me.” “We tried.”“I am damaged.”These are just a few of the breakup one-liners that New Yorker Isabella Giancarlo has heard over the years. “Break-ups are often so fraught with awkwardness, cliches, and lines that stay with us long after they’ve been said,” she said in an interview with BuzzFeed. “My aim is to allow people to engage with break-up feelings in a new way.”ALSO SEE: This Instagram account combines two of your favourite things: Drake and cakeInstead of weeping over these failed romances, Giancarlo decided to eat them away by putting the words on delicious baked goods, which she then posts on her Instagram account, Eat Your Heart Out. The results are both hilarious and tasty.Click through the gallery above to see some of the best one-liners she’s served up so far and let us know if you’ve got any of your own by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.