5 stellar snack recipes for surviving long queues

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5 stellar snack recipes for surviving long queues

If you’re a responsible South African, you may be standing in some long queues today. We can’t help with the length of the lines, but we can suggest some snacks to keep you going and to reward yourself for doing your bit.

1. 3-ingredient peanut butter biscuits

Mogau Seshoene, a.k.a. The Lazy Makoti, is onto a winner with these cookies. They call for just three ingredients and are ready in under 25 minutes. Whip them up in the morning and pack a tin for the queue.

Three-ingredient peanut butter biscuits

Find the recipe for 3-ingredient peanut butter biscuits here. 

2. LemonGold®️ butter popcorn

This easy recipe by Jacqueline Burgess is made using microwave popcorn, so you can make it in no time. Lemon zest is rubbed into salt and melted butter is mixed with maple syrup, lemon juice and thyme. The result is a sweet, sour, salty mix that will keep you alert in line.

Find the recipe for LemonGold®️ butter popcorn here. 

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3. Coconut candy

If you have a sweet tooth, then this coconut candy will definitely hit the spot. The best part? You need just two ingredients to make it!

Coconut candy

Find the recipe for coconut candy here. 

4. Yum yums

The name may be vague, but it’s accurate! Yum yums are baked puff pastry drizzled in an icing sugar glaze. You can cut the pastry into any shape you want, so customise these to your packing needs to ensure easy access (and eating).

yum yums

Find the recipe for yum yums here. 

5. Trail mix

Hiking, picnics, road trips, queuing – trail mix is one of those snacks that’s perfect for when you don’t have access to a table, chair or cutlery. Plus, you can customise this recipe to your liking, which is always a win.

Find the recipe for trail mix here.

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