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Healthy Snacks are great when you are on the run!
Annie Chun’s is a leading provider of Asian inspired foods that are simple to make. Full of flavor and variety, Annie Chun’s products give everyone a chance to enjoy exotic flavors in the convenience of their own home.
I spend a lot of time in the car. As a mom of two active kids, I feel like a taxi service sometimes. At times, when I am in the car for a long afternoon, I am tempted to grab a snack at a fast food place. I do not like eating out very much since it just piles on calories and fat. I try very hard not to let myself drive thru a fast food restaurant for myself or my kids. Instead, I like to find healthy snacks that I can keep handy for when we are on the go. I love keeping applesauce, organic fruit snacks or pretzels on hand and am always looking for more snacks to try.
Annie Chun’s is a trusted producer of Asian inspired foods that I have used for years. I really like their rice bowls that are perfect for a quick side dish. I was intrigued when I heard they started to produce a cracker type crispy snack. They call them Seaweed Crisps. They are available in three different flavors.
Just recently, I have been searching for gluten-free snacks on top of ones that are healthier. I was pleased that these Seaweed Crisps were Gluten free. Having the right foods available for my family is important to me since one of them is lactose intolerant and another can’t handle gluten. These original flavored Seaweed Crisps are crunchy and great for a diet restriction.
The second flavor they offer is Cinnamon. Since the Seaweed Crisps are oven baked they are super crunchy. If you like the flavor of seaweed you should definitely try it with a hint of cinnamon. Your tastes buds are sure to react when you taste these and realize there is only 80 calories per serving. A serving, as noted on the bag, is actually half the bag! Imagine getting to eat half a bag of these crisps and it being considered a serving. You won’t find that happening with potato chips!
The final new flavor of Seaweed Crisps is Gochujang. This is spicy with just a hint of sweetness that balances out the taste. Find out where you can buy some here and try all three today. Which one do you like?