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30 Soft Foods You Can Eat In The Library

Eating in the library is a necessity in college. But no one likes that guy who annoyingly crunches through an entire bag of chips when you’re trying to focus. You might say: “Just put in some headphones.” Well, for many students reading or writing is a difficult task when listening to music so they would rather work in a quiet room.

We’ve put together a list of suggestions of soft foods to eat in the library so that you can munch in silence. Although some ideas may be more feasible for library consumption than others, there’s no denying that all the food are delicious. Next time you need a snack to get you through a long night at the library make sure to consult this list first!

Be sure to click on each suggestion for more information!

  1. Pancakes
  2. Applesauce
  3. Pear sauce
  4. Greek yogurt with honey
  5. Quesadillas with guacamole
  6. Pudding 
  7. Soft-serve ice cream (As long as there’s no cone)
  8. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich
  9. Peanut butter and honey sandwich
  10. Mashed potatoes with chives, garlic and cheese
  11. Rice pudding
  12. Chocolate chips 
  13. Refried beans
  14. Froyo
  15. (Fig) Newtons
  16. Jar of jelly
  17. Marshmallow Fluff
  18. Chocolate syrup
  19. Hummus with pita bread (not pita chips!)
  20. Nutella
  21. What do you call cheese that’s not yours?***
  22. Brick of cheese
  23. Soft flour or corn tortillas
  24. Bean and cheese burrito
  25. Ice cream
  26. Cool Whip
  27. Jumbo-sized marshmallows
  28. Caramel
  29. Steamed peas
  30. Tofu with soy sauce

***Nacho cheese

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