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The 4 best snacks for tabletop gaming

Tabletop games are better with friends; best with delicious food

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Adventure, friendship, in-jokes and great memories: These are the elements of a great tabletop game.

But wait, what's that? We're forgetting something? Oh, you've read the title of the article! Then yes. You need snacks to complete the experience.

Here are four great snacks for tabletop gaming. We're judging based on taste, cost, shareability and health. By the way, 1 is our lowest rank and 4 is our highest. Got it? Great! Game on.

Sliders

Easy to pass around, tasty and surprisingly filling. The only downsides are that they are hard to keep warm and they make it hard to roll dice as you're eating.

Taste: 3

Cost: 2

Shareability: 3

Health: 2

Total score: 10

Kale chips

The "Bizarro" to pizza rolls' "Superman." They're cheap, easy to make and super shareable, but they trade tastiness for being very healthy. Make pizza rolls if you like your friends, make kale chips if you love your friends.

Taste: 1

Cost: 3

Shareability: 4

Health: 4

Total score: 12

Smoothies

Why does no one else do this? We've never seen someone bring smoothies to a tabletop game, but we've also never seen anyone turn down a smoothie. Bring some drinking horns to pour them in and baby, you got yourself a party!

Taste: 4

Cost: 2

Shareability: 4

Health: 2

Total score: 12

Pizza rolls

OK, if "health" wasn't an option, all other options could go home. These little devils are cheap, easy to make, delicious and absolutely terrible for you.

Taste: 4

Cost: 4

Shareability: 4

Health: 1

Total score: 13

And there you have it.