I really enjoyed my shipment of healthy (yes I said HEALTHY) cookies from Maxine’s Heavenly Cookies. I know the term “healthy cookies” seems like an oxymoron, but this company uses simple, pure ingredients like gluten-free oats and coconut palm sugar to to create a wholesome treat you can feel good about feeding to your family.
School children and college kids are back in class, which means quick, travel-friendly snacks for those busy grab-n-go days are in high demand. Tired of veggie chips and veggie sticks? Try something a little different like cornbread crisps from Farmer’s Pantry.
I’m currently enjoying a pretty groovy snack that’s good for both your body and the Earth. HIPPEAS organic chickpea puffs are vegan, low-calorie, certified organic, gluten-free, kosher, non-GMO AND committed to organic and sustainable farming. Right on!
I have a sweet tooth, so I was happy to try Mini Coco-Roons from Wonderfully Raw Gourmet Delights. I give them two thumbs up for sure — these little bags of superfood sweet treats are both tasty and wholesome. Win win!
Most of us know chia seeds as a component of the novelty item Chia Pets. Cha cha cha chia! Sure, chia seeds make nice decorations, but they’re also nutritional powerhouses that contain omega 3s, calcium, potassium, antioxidants, protein, fiber and manganese.
A company called Fruitful Children has created a Perky Fruit Bodies snack that is similar to fruit roll ups, but with less junk and more health benefits. Choose from Strawberry Banana, Cacao Banana Coconut or Coconut Banana.
A new bread line that is both vegan and allergy-friendly recently hit several stores on the East coast. If you’re not concerned about allergies but just want to eat more plant-based or gluten-free, switching your bread brand is a great way to get started!