Lots of pookies love having snacks. Some pookie-fan-favorite snacks include chocolate, cookies, animal crackers, fruits, and candy! Sometimes they will go to another place to eat, like the Pizza ParlorCoffee Shop or the smoothie shack at the Cove. Sometimes a parent may make vegetarian/vegan-friendly snacks instead, but many pookies don't really enjoy healthy snacks.

Kinds of Snacks

There are many different kinds of snacks that a pookie can be spotted eating. Healthy food (ie: Kale, apples, fruits or vegtables.) The sweets (Cookies, crackers, and ice cream) are more popular over pookies. Snacks come in three main headings, savory, healthy and sweets.


A Savory food refers to a dish which is sweet and has either saltiness or spiciness as its dominant flavour. Savory dishes can either be healthy or unhealthy. A few are listed below.

Potato Chips

French Fries

Hot Dogs

Ice Cream
Animal Crackers Eating Snack

A pookie eating Animal crackers while watching Elmo.



Most of the Healthy foods also fit into the savory food area.


Sweets are the most common snack you'll see pookies eating. Many Mumus and Duh Duhs try to prevent pookies eating them beacause it isn't healthy and is bad for them. Some of them are listed below.

  • Cookies
  • Ice Cream
  • Candy
  • Chocolate Bars
  • Cake


Healthy snacks are by far the best type of snacks which can be given to a pookie or even a real child. They are light and refreshing and usually quite filling and they promote good health as their name suggests. A few examples are:

  • Salads
  • Fruits
  • Crackers (salted, buttered, animal crackers)
  • Smoothies
  • A sandwhich
  • Veggie burger


  • Snacks are often seen every day.
  • Sometimes a family doesn't approve of snacks.
  • It is rare that a pookie will make a snack themselves.

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