Try two hard-boiled eggs, red pepper strips, a cup of grapes, whole-grain crackers and almond butter. Or cubes of cooked chicken, mini whole-grain pita pockets, baby carrots, cucumber slices, tzatziki or hummus and a quartered apple (rub with lemon juice to prevent browning).
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