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I always look forward to trying new snacks, especially vegan snacks.
Dairy is rough on my body and when I do eat dairy my face breaks out. Not just dairy but any kind of greasy foods as well. Here are a few vegan snacks ideas you can try as a healthy snack.
Coconut or Almond milk Yogurt- These yogurt alternatives I LOVE, they have the soy kind and that doesn’t do well on my body.
Pretzels/Popcorn- You can never go wrong with these snacks. What I like to do is get the unsalted pretzel and the 35 calories per cup of popcorn are my favorite.
Rice cakes with almond butter or dark chocolates Almond butter the unsalted kind and I’ll add fruit to it, like strawberries, bananas or apples. This is the same for the dark chocolate.
Sunflower seeds- Barbeque is my favorite flavor. Sunflower seeds are also a busy snack. Whenever you are in line waiting or writing a blog post, sunflower seeds help you with your energy and keeps you busy.
Fresh fruit- Here is another alternative to salty, un healthy snacks. Fresh Fruit is delicious. Such as blue berries, strawberries, mangos are a good snack, watermelon, you can never go wrong with apples & oranges too.
Trail mix/Nuts- I LOVE to make my own trail mix with some of the dry snacks like popcorn, pretzels, sunflower seeds and I might add a sweet treat like m&m for a sweet balanced treat.
Bean & Rice chips
These chips are the best. These chips are PACKED FULL of so much flavor. I was surprised that it was all made with black and Navy beans and was very good. My youngest daughter LOVED the barbeque, nachos and sea salt flavors. She didn’t like the spicy, jalapeno, but she doesn’t like anything spicy. My husband, on the other hand, LOVED it! My favorite was the sea salt, black bean and white bean flavored. I would add chunky salsa with it as a wonderful snack
Did you know?
Liza Braude-Glidden, Beanfields co-founder, made the company’s very first bean and rice chip in her kitchen. The result was, in one word, epic. Not only did the chips taste great, but the bean and rice combination gave the chips more fiber, protein, and nutrition than typical corn and potato chips!
During the eclipse, we had a small family party. We grilled, had fruits and eat the black bean and brown rice chips with salsa, we all the great time. I highly recommend Beanfield’s chips. They are healthy and so good for the whole family.
Just the facts
• Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips have 5 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber per serving.
• They are Non-GMO Project Verified, gluten free, allergy friendly, vegan, and kosher pareve
• Beanfields offers seven delicious flavors: Nacho, Sea Salt, Pico de Gallo, Jalapeño Nacho, Black Bean, White Bean, and Barbecue.
• Price: 5.5-ounce $3.29-$3.79; 1.5-ounce $1.19-$1.4
How it all started
Beanfields started with a big idea—to help change the way people eat by creating delicious and nutritious snacks with mainstream appeal with beans as the primary ingredient. The founders wanted great-tasting chips that appealed to health-conscious snackers. The chips needed to taste just as good, if not better, than traditional tortilla chips. Additionally, the chips had to be vegan, gluten-free, allergy-friendly and made with non-GMO ingredients
Where to purchase
Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips are sold atamazon.com, thrivemarket.com, walmart.com, vitacost.com, Whole Foods Market, and Sprouts Farmers Market. To find a store near you, visit: beanfieldssnacks.com/store-locator
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