What does your snack look like? What is your snack? What color is it? What shape is it? Do not judge it, but if a judgment does come (aw, man! It’s bruised! That’s bad!), notice the judgment and just let it go.
Hold your snack in one hand. How does it feel? Is it heavy or seemingly weightless? Is it smooth or rough? Is it hard or soft? Really take some time to acknowledge how your snack feels. Just notice it.
Now, hold your snack up to your nose. Smell it. What does it smell like? Is there a scent? Is it a pleasant scent? Again, if a judgment arises, just notice it and let it go.
Does your snack make any sound? If you were to eat it now, would it crunch? If you shake it, does it rattle?
Put your snack in your mouth. Hold it there – don’t chew yet. What do you notice? How does it feel on your tongue? Did you choose chocolate or ice cream? Is it starting to melt? Now, bite your snack. How does that feel on your teeth? Is your snack crunchy or soft? Is your snack flavorful or bland? What does your snack taste like?