We usually divide snacks into team salty and team sweet. I don’t know where that leaves my favorite salty-sweet. Regardless of the flavors you prefer, most of us like to crunch. In LBT, I explain that crunchy is stress relieving (provided of course we are crunching on the right things). In honor of the Super Bowl, my crunchy lineup:
We cannot keep these salted caramel coconut chips
in stock. Yes, coconut oil is an immune booster and good for our “good” cholesterol but these are just about the most delicious chip around.
Our snack queen brought these for me to taste- seaweed chip
s hmn. I tasted one and went back to my office and then I wanted more and more. Fortunately the bag was small. These are gluten free, the ingredients are great and a portion of the proceeds goes to help the oceans, nice.
Mary’s Gone Jalapeño
We’ve loved Mary’s Gone products for years. Gluten free with good ingredients quinoa, sesame and brown rice, now we love that Mary’s gone spicy
I’ve written about Quinn
before but it’s great for when you have people over. We have a shelf in our pantry for Quinn in Vermont. Now there’s a new Quinn
, pre-popped Kale and Sea Salt
Food Should Taste Good
Aside from fantastic ingredients, Food Should Taste Good
makes the best flavored chips. I adore the Kimchi but there’s still a place in my heart for lime oh and another place for The Works.
You’ve heard of granola but what if you swapped the grains for greens? Yup Greenola
, pretty great.
Perhaps you’re familiar with sprouted bread? Well these are sprouted chips
. And they’re delicious too, try the sweet chili tortilla chips.
Hail Merry Pecans and Bhuja
I’m always on the lookout for nuts and seeds for my beloved nutcase. I fill it with something different every day. Two new favorites are Hail Merry rosemary pecans and these amazing Bhuja Peas.
Natures All Strawberry
These remind me of Crunchberries, you know Captain Crunch Crunchberry?
A healthier version, these are freeze dried berries
. Great for all ages in fact a client’s baby was enjoying the banana flavor during our session.
What do you reach for when it’s “crunch” time? Have you tried any from my crunchy lineup? Which sounds best?