7 Late Night Snacks that are easy and quick to make
Late Night Snacks-You are up late night reading a book or watching some shit online and suddenly your stomach starts growling like a hound! Your choosy tongue rejects the biscuits and you refuse to stay in the kitchen cooking something for an hour. You need to eat something or you go insane. What do you do? Prepare these easy and quick snacks that won’t take more than 15 minutes without much hassle!
5 Snacks That Are Really Easy To Make-
1. Instant Noodles
This is so obvious. If you are hungry, either grab a Snickers or make the 2-minute instant noodles that take 10 minutes to cook.
2. Spicy Bhujia
If you have some good namkeen in your pantry but your picky mind doesn’t wanna settle with it, give it a twist! Chop an onion or half and some tomatoes, mix them with the Bhujia and squeeze a lemon on the top of it. Here you have a perfect snack for your midnight cravings!
3. Bread Pizza
If you are ready to do some extra chopping and cutting, you can make Bread Pizza with some slices of bread, grated cheese, onion, tomato and a little ketchup. This filling snack will end your hunger for good.
To some people, oats taste like shit. But when you are super hungry and have nothing else to eat, you’ll treasure the same food that you loathe otherwise. You can make the oatmeal’s taste a little better by adding extra spices as per your taste, or fruits and berries, or you can add some nuts and dried fruits for an interesting crunch.
5. Mayo Potato Salad
This American dish is super easy and super quick to make. Boil some potatoes and mash them in a bowl and then add some scoops of mayonnaise. Add some onions, green chillies, a little bit chilli sauce and mustard sauce. Don’t forget to boil the potatoes properly or you’ll have to make some effort in chewing the chunks which will ruin the fun.
Upma is a famous South Indian breakfast but because you are a night owl, the rules of society don’t apply to you. So, what’s a quick breakfast for normal people running late for the office, is a quick late night snack for your hungry ass! The process to Upma is simple, just heat some oil in a pan, add the basic Indian spices, like cumin, mustard seeds and curry leaves. You can add some cashews or groundnuts, too if you want to. Then, add a handful of onions, green chillies and finely chopped ginger. Pour water and when it starts to boil, add rava or sooji and stir it leaving no lumps. The whole process takes 15 minutes and you can have a filling mini-meal!
When nothing works, Nutella works. Either spread it on a bread or directly dip your fingers in the jar and lick ‘em!