I'm just a few weeks beyond you.
You can continue to lose (albeit more slowly with time) as long as it takes. I think the better question to ask is why all the snacking? Developing patterns of grazing will undermine your weight loss and will cause regain, too. It sounds like you may have some pervasive eating patterns that didn't break through the process of surgery (or that you've returned to).
I too start to feel hunger coming back, and am far enough out that most eating is pretty easy and doesn't force me to be mindful. This is just another phase of the journey. Our work didn't end eight months ago when we had the surgery. I think now is where the hardest work is: getting our heads in the game and weeding out the rotten habits that have been part of our whole lives, changing the way we feel about ourselves, finding out the people we're going to be.
I'd recommend starting an eating journal. Force yourself to capture everything you eat (which also means forcing yourself to measure everything you eat). Also, capture why you made that choice and how you are feeling physically and emotionally when you choose to eat it. Strive to learn why it is you are snacking and to find more positive ways of coping with those times besides food.
I wish you well, I'm looking at all of this myself, too. See you on the road.