13 Snacks To Sneak Into A Movie Theater

While movie theaters are still struggling after the pandemic, the prices they charge for their food are bordering the absurd lately. So, if you want to enjoy snacks at the movies without paying those crazy, ridiculous prices, here are thirteen snacks you can easily sneak in, in a purse or in your pocket.

1. No Bake Granola Bars

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No-bake granola bars are a great snack that are kid-friendly and perfect for packing into a lunch box. Because the recipe uses clean eating ingredients, you can feel good knowing that your kids will be snacking well!

2. Spicy Roasted Almonds

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Spicy Roasted Almonds are the ideal low-carb snack for movie time. They’re small enough to fit easily into a purse or pocket, and they won’t make too much noise when you munch on them, even if they’re crispy.

3. Pumpkin Spice Granola Bark

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Pumpkin Spice Granola Bark is great because you can break it up into small pieces and take it in a sandwich baggie. It’s easy to toss into your purse or pocket, and the flavor is great for taking to a spooky movie this time of year.

4. Roasted Everything Bagel Chickpeas

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Roasted Everything Bagel Chickpeas are a delicious, crunchy snack that will fit in your pocket. Pack small bags for everyone to enjoy their own.

5. Coconut Granola Bars

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Coconut Granola Bars are better carried in a purse. Wrap them individually to keep them from sticking together. They are a sweet, hearty snack.

6. Homemade Kettle Corn

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If you have to have popcorn during a movie, Homemade Kettle Corn is a fantastic option. A larger package in a purse is the way to go with this one, or smaller, individual sandwich bags.

7. Matcha Energy Balls

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Matcha Energy Balls are best taken in a purse so they don’t get squished. They are a softer, yummy, sweet treat you can nosh on during the movie.

8. Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

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Peanut Butter Fat Bombs are great for keto and low-carb snackers. Plus, they are small, so they are easy to stick in a purse. Avoid putting them in pockets because your body heat will melt them.

9. Stuffed Dates

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Stuffed Dates are small and easily packed. Roll a few together in some plastic wrap for each person.

10. Low-Carb Snack Bars

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Low-Carb Snack Bars are a great snack for low-carb eaters. There is no crunch either, so you won’t disturb anyone around you.

11. Air Fryer Apple Chips

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Air Fryer Apple Chips are an all-natural, delicious snack. You can pack them as is or break them into smaller pieces for easier picking.

12. Low Carb Trail Mix

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Low Carb Trail Mix will be loved even by those who don’t eat low-carb. You can’t go wrong with this one, and it’s easy to pack. A small package will even fit in your pocket.

13. Grain-Free Trail Mix

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Grain-Free Trail Mix is fabulous for those who eat Paleo. And if you have leftovers, it makes a great morning cereal as well.

The Daily Snack Tray

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Home with the kids? This snack tray idea is a great way to get them to snack on healthy foods all day and quit bugging you for snacks. Works for adults, too!

After-School Snacks That Won’t Ruin Dinner

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Sick of the kids ruining dinner with everything they eat after they get home from school? Here are some ideas for healthier snacks they’ll enjoy that won’t ruin dinner.

Need Some Healthy Movie Snacks?

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The food shack at the movie theater can leave you with a tummy ache when the movie is done. Here are some snacks you can sneak in or enjoy at home for a happier belly.

40 Clean Eating Road Trip Snacks

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Hitting the road this summer? Take along some healthy snacks that will keep you from overspending and ending up with a stomach ache because we all know that the food you buy on the road is rarely, if ever, the healthiest option.

This originally appeared on The Gracious Pantry.

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