The Work-From-Home Snacks Bustle Editors Swear By

The pandemic snack purchases we stand by.

MixMedia/E+/Getty Images
By Bustle Editors

VioletaStoimenova/E+/Getty Images

See the snacks that fuel us as we continue working from home during the pandemic.

We only include products that have been independently selected by Bustle's editorial team. However, we may receive a portion of sales if you purchase a product through a link in this article.

Ever since I stopped eating dairy, I've felt like I had to miss out on the chocolate-covered snacks I used to love. I found these in quarantine and they're the perfect salty-sweet-crunchy combo for snacking between Zoom calls. — Michelle Toglia, Deputy Lifestyle Editor

See On Hu Kitchen

Working remotely has led me to rediscover Pop-Tarts. The classic strawberry flavor is delicious and yes, as an adult I do know I'm basically eating red sugar goo covered in frosting for breakfast. But these are difficult times. — Sam Rullo, Senior Manager, Editorial Operations

See On Target

Time feels like a flat circle, and sometimes I find myself momentarily forgetting what month it is. But if I'm peeling open one of these cute minis to dunk baby carrots or pita chips, I know it must be 3 p.m., aka late afternoon snack time. — Christina Amoroso, Executive Editor

See On Eat Wholly

These individually wrapped, creamy lil cheese wedges are the LEGIT highlight of my day. I eat them with crackers, veggies, and sometimes just plain by themselves because they are *that* good. Such an easy, no-brainer snack! — Kathryn Kattalia, Deputy Editor, Content Strategy

See On Target

These dark chocolate covered graham crackers pair perfectly with that 3 p.m. coffee that I somehow always need. They’re also perfect for a pre-breakfast dessert, an actual after-dinner dessert, and all the snacks in between. — Caroline Wurtzel, Art Director

See On Asher's

My snack sign is “cheese-dusted,” and this popcorn’s spicy, suspiciously cheesy nutritional yeast flavoring stains less than Hot Cheetos. — Kat Stoeffel, Features Director

See On BjornQorn