The snack I'm sharing today is simple and somewhat healthy. It's served me well from quarantine all the way through to whatever's happening now.
You'll need three ingredients: wafer crackers (I like 34 Degrees Crisps and Olina's Bakehouse Wafers); a wedge of Laughing Cow cheese (I use the Lite variety or the Asiago one); and a spoon full of jam or jelly (fruit jam, pepper jam, bacon jam -- whatever you fancy).
As a WW gal, I portion out my crackers at the start of my snacking session. 7 Oleo Wafers or 9 34 Degree crisps = 1 WW point.
I just make my way methodically through my crackers, spreading some of the cheese wedge on each and then a little smear of jam. Salty, sweet, and simple as that.
One bonus of this snack is that it reminds me of one of my best right-before-quarantine memories. My sons both had roles in their school production of Shrek the Musical, which was staged the weekend of March 6-8 ... a few days before the world turned upside down. My parents came into the town for the show and my aunt and uncle came from elsewhere in suburban Chicagoland to join us as well. The non-performers had appetizers, dinner, and a nice visit at our house before Shrek. On a whim, I had picked up 34 Degrees wafers at Jewel for my cheese and cracker tray, and my mom and I discussed how they made a nice, low calorie vehicle for cheese. I finished that package of crackers during the first week of quarantine and ended up ordering more via Amazon (they are now a Subscribe and Save item for me) and ordered the Olina's variety to be delivered with my Oberweis milk.
One word of warning: the 34 Degree crisps are fragile so you'll need to be a bit gentle when spreading your cheese. The Olina's ones are sturdier. Neither cracker tastes like anything special on its own so don't come back to me complaining the crackers are bland. Both brands have some flavored varieties if that floats your boat, but the plain ones are plain. This plainness is not a problem for me as I believe the point of any cracker is to serve as a vehicle by/upon which something more exciting gains access to your taste buds.
A final note: if you are a WW point person, you probably know that most of the Laughing Cow cheese varieties are 1 point per wedge, but not all of them, so check your app if that matters to you. I don't count points for jam (or FYI, for ketchup or the sauces at Chick-fil-A) even though I am well aware that it is not a zero point food. I just tell myself that if I am eating it mindfully and sparingly, it's fine. I gained some Covid pounds, but not from teaspoons of jam.