My new snack treat is odd even to me. A friend and I went to a small french restaurant and I ordered a salad nicoise, which was, yes, a salad, but had two interesting things in it that I really liked, so the next day, the leftovers were great.
One was grilled salmon with some crusty topping (never mind, as delicious as it was, that's expensive as a routine food) and the other was green beans, probably french ones, that were only cooked (boiled? sauteed? grilled? I didn't ask, but there were still partly crunchy) and had a little bit of tasty salad dressing on them.
The next week I made my own batch of them - this isn't hard. Put some butter or oil in a frying pan, put the washed and drained ordinary green beans in it, and saute (low/medium flame) until one tastes good. Add what you want to the pan while sauteeing - garlic, chile powder, salt and pepper, whatever.
One pound of green beans lasted me a week, eaten cold from the refrigerator.
Beats tortilla chips in a lot of ways and still tastes good.
Time to learn to cook. Or at least consider eating fresh vegetables (many taste good completely raw) with some kind of dip that you either get from a jar or make yourself.
Do you like or hate canned fish? Tuna salad sandwiches - slap tuna/mayo onto bread, eat - can be quite good for you. We used to call fish "brain food".