Zebra cakes food of choice in the blind

Written by Steve Schwartz, for Lone Star Outdoor News

Who knew hunters had so much to say about a Zebra Cake?

When Lone Star Outdoor News decided to post on Instagram and Facebook, asking just what hunters like to snack on when they sit in the blind, there was a slew of opinions — some funny, some helpful — about what keeps people’s stomachs full while their waiting out their prey in the blind.

There was no clear winner. Technically Zebra Cakes won with a whopping two votes from the peanut gallery, but the camo-clad connoisseurs had plenty to say about what they munch on. Check out some of the best responses, along with the nutritional value added in.

Based on the choices from our committed readers, the nutritional values won’t sway most opinions.

“Cosmic Brownies. No Competition” — twade_richburg (122 calories, 2g protein, 2g sugar)

“Zingers!” — ksochris (160 calories, 0g protein, 21g sugar)

“Ruffles baby! Even though they’re quite noisy. Trick is to kill a few 1st then chow down! Haha” — RandyandRainbow Crain (15 chips – 160 calories, 2g protein, 2g sugar)

“I have to take a bag of white powdered donuts into the blind for snacks. For the kids of course.” — Chris Breeden (4 donuts – 250 calories, 3g protein, 15g sugar)

“Copenhagen.” — Wade Ringo (0 calories, 0 protein, 0 sugar)

“My mother-in-law’s homemade brownies and coffee!” — John Biela II (Our best guess is a lot of everything — including brownie points)

“Definitely Little Debbie Pecan Twirls.” — Brandon Shuler (100 calories, 1g protein, 7g sugar)