Monday, March 25, 2013

Snikiddy all natural healthy snacks are yummy

If you are anything like me then you love to snack but there is a huge problem that goes with snacking and that is the unhealthiness and weight gaining from all the junk. So when I seen Snikiddy brand Eat Your Vegetables chips at my local store I had to try them. I love chips and crunchy snacks so these were perfect for me.

I wasn't sure how they would taste but I feel in love. They were full of flavor, crispy and so good. My husband made a face when he seen what I was eating but he gave in and tried them and fell in love too. They are now one of our favorite snacks. You would never be able to tell they were veggies and less fat. I love that we are getting a full serving of vegetables as well.

The other one I loved was the Baked Fries in the Bold Buffalo flavor. they had that bit of hot sauce flavoring but not really spicy or anything just delicious. I think we finished off that whole bag in one day lol. They were that good!

They have so many different flavors and kinds of healthy and delicious snacks. I am positive there will be at least one you will adore but probably all of them lol. So check it out today and find them at your local store. Trust me they are so good!

To give you a bit more background, Snikiddy s line of snacks include All-Natural Cheese Puffs, All-Natural Baked Fries, and Eat Your Vegetables®, a first-of-its kind veggie chip snack that provides a full serving of vegetables in every ounce. All Snikiddy snacks are made from non-GMO ingredients, are certified gluten and wheat free, and do not contain any artificial colors, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, trans fats, hydrogenated oils or MSG. The All-Natural Cheese Puffs and All-Natural Baked Fries contain half the fat of regular potato chips and Eat Your Vegetables have a full serving of vegetables in every ounce! Snikiddy pairs nutrition with great taste to deliver real, delicious foods the whole family can enjoy and feel good about.

1 comment:

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

those fries look really interesting! thanks!