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What do you like for a midnight snack?

Asked by wundayatta (58563points) October 7th, 2010

I’m kind of partial to avocado sandwiches, mint cookies, cheese and crackers, and various fruit juices.

What about you? Is a midnight snack a guilty pleasure for you, or an absolute necessity? And why are you up and eating so late?

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KhiaKarma's avatar

Just about anything whem I’ve got the munchies….I like a combination of sweet and salty most. Like yesterday, I had chilli cheese fritos and strawberries…..sounds gross but the salty just made the sweet, sweeter!

Kayak8's avatar

OMG I also love avocado sandwiches (and black olive sandwiches with a bit of mayo).

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

Chips and Salsa.

faye's avatar

Almost any kind of sandwich!

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Chocolate dipped in peanut butter.

YARNLADY's avatar

A bowl of Bran Flakes with a spoon of Tin Roof Icecream

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

An entire pot roast XD

Marchofthefox's avatar

I like chips or something fast like a sandwhich or burrito.

faye's avatar

Or ice cream eaten out of the container or dark chocolate bars or chips or…I’m on on a diet

WestRiverrat's avatar

Some of my Venison, buffalo or goose jerky. Whichever is thawed out in the fridge.

JLeslie's avatar

I never wake up hungry in the middle of the night, which is what I think of as a midnight snack. If I am up late and decide to eat, it could be anything from pizza, grill cheese sandwich, an English muffin, but it is very rare I eat late at night, unless I am out dancing and we go to eat afterwards, but I probably do that twice a year.

downtide's avatar

Has to be something savory. If there’s a jar of olives in the fridge I’ll have those. We often also have leftover poppadoms, so I sometimes re-heat those for a snack too.

iammia's avatar

I like some toast and butter or a bowl of cereal late at night :)

Your_Majesty's avatar

Anything that is edible and taste good (I will most likely eat fresh fruits and veggies). I somehow feel guilty if I eat sweet food at night since I’m afraid that I can’t go to sleep later on due to sugar accumulation in my body. And I stay up at midnight on purpose since it’s the quietest time of the day where I can get enough privacy and can do anything I want.

cookieman's avatar

Toast with butter and a shmear of grape jelly is my standard midnight snack.

Deja_vu's avatar

I relate my mid-night snacks to when I smoked weed back in the day. Weird munchies and odd combinations. I cook ,so god knows what I’ll create out of my fridge. I tell this though, it’s always good. Tonight I fryed some roast beef and Worcestershire sauce, and sauteed onions, and I made a cheese sauce out of some pepperjack, and put it all on a french roll with colmons musturd. I don’t always eat at night though.

john65pennington's avatar

My all-time favorite(and you can ask my wife and kids), is a triple-decker peanut butter and strawberry jam sandwich and a tall glass of milk. this combination should be added to America’s all-time favorite food list.

JLeslie's avatar

@john65pennington that should be America’s claim to fame for food? I guess it’s true it is very American, I bet other countries don’t eat it.

ucme's avatar

I’m quite partial to munching on pussy around that time. Bacon sandwich, yummy for my tummy!

Austinlad's avatar

In the winter, cinnamon toast or toasted bagel and warm milk or tea. Summer, cold cereal.

JLeslie's avatar

ll you peolle whonhave cereal as a midnight snack (I love cereal by the way) don’t you wind up having to wake up three times in the middle of your sleep to pee? I would never have soup or cereal before or during bedtime.

YARNLADY's avatar

@JLeslie No, I don’t have that happen

Neizvestnaya's avatar

Jack n The Box tacos & Jalepeno poppers

JLeslie's avatar

So sorry for the typos.

johlucmoha's avatar

Eating the leftovers of food that I cooked during the day.

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