Harvest Snaps Healthy Snacks Review
Good-for-you and great taste can be hard to come by these days, but for the folks at Harvest Snaps they’re like two peas in a pod. Inside every bag of Harvest Snaps you'll find taste, quality and simplicity. Sprinkle that with the passion they have for fresh, natural ingredients, and you get one "snaptastic" snack.
When it comes to "what’s inside" Harvest Snaps, it all starts with the clean flavors and essential nutrients Mother Nature intended. The Snapea Crisps are made with all-natural peas – 70% to be exact – while the Lentil Snaps come packed with 65% authentic lentils and their powerful combination of nutrients.
With each handful your body will soak up Vitamin B, calcium, iron, folate, potassium and dietary fiber. Finish that off with a high level of protein and fiber and you’re sure to feel satisfied without feeling sluggish. Not to mention, these snappy little snacks are gluten-free!
I received samples of Harvest Snap Snapea Crisps and Lentil Snaps to review.
The smooth, mild flavor of the pea is already delicious. So why mess with Mother Nature? Natural goodness, made great. Perfect for a post-workout snack, lunch side or crunchy topping on a salad, Snapea Crisps are so simply good, you can eat them with anything, anywhere.
Lentil Snaps (in Tomato Basil)
You can’t go wrong with this garden-fresh combination. Dive into this all-time flavor-favorite with our take on ripe tomatoes and sweet, aromatic basil on a light, crispy lentil base. Lentil Snaps Tomato & Basil is a new twist on a timeless taste.
My Experience: Each flavor of the Snapea Crisps and the Lentil Snaps is delicious. I enjoyed them all. they are a crunchy and very satisfying snack. My children love them, too. What a perfect snack to take along on car trips, to enjoy in school lunches or an after-school snack. As a mother, I feel great that my children are eating something nutritious and not just empty calories. Even my picky six-year-old approves!
Braxton loves his Harvest Snaps!
To learn more about Harvest Snaps go to: http://harvestsnaps.com
Look for Harvest Snaps in your local grocery store.
Disclaimer: I received samples of this product to review and to keep. The opinions are my own.