The Best On-the-Go Snacks

If you’re short on time, here are some of the best on-the-go snacks available around town

Amano Bakery. Picture / Instagram

1. Amano Bakery, pizza slice
Freshly baked slow-fermented pizza dough is generously topped with combinations like prosciutto, pumpkin and onion slices at Amano. Available in a range of breakfast and lunch options, the slices are in the cabinet ready to go and can be eaten as is or warmed up.
— 68 Tyler St, Britomart.

2. The Raw Kitchen, caramel slice
A sure sign of great caramel slice in when the ratio of caramel to chocolate and base is almost double. The Raw Kitchen are known for their raw rendition of the classic, great for a mid-afternoon pick me up when your sweet tooth comes calling.
— 267 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby and 9D Kent St, Newmarket.

3. The Unbakery, tropical green smoothie
If you’re feeling sluggish, some leafy green vegetables might be just the pick me up that you need. Opt for the classic tropical green smoothie from Little Bird’s Unbakery - kale is blended with fresh coconut water, mint, pineapple and lemon, for a hit of greens that is crisp and sweet. 
— Cnr Summer St & Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby; 14 Customs St, Britomart and 385 New North Rd, Kingsland.

Were Bros. Picture / Instagram

4. Were Bros, toast with toppings
No time for brekkie? Were Bros freshly bake their own organic sprouted bread and organic seeded sourdough. Served up toasted by slice, it comes loaded with your pick of seasonal toppings like fermented beetroot hummus, labneh, dukkah and pickled egg. 
— 480 Richmond Rd, Grey Lynn.

5. Scratch Bakers, savoury doughnut
Bringing more sustenance to a traditional treat, Scratch Bakers have made the addition of savoury doughnuts to their already plentiful line-up of sweet options. Baked from a savoury dough, the donut is filled with bacon and avocado to see you through the day.
— 5 Graham St, City.

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