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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Product Review: Snapea Crisps

I love these little Snapea Crisps for a snack in place of chips. My teenage nieces visited recently and they fell in love with them too. In fact my picky eater elementary school age boys love them! Win-win-win... wait, then there is none left for me! In my house the Vegan Husband also loves these... Anyways, I find them in the produce section as they seem to market them as a salad topper. I eat them as a chip replacement. Salty, crunchy and the first ingredient is peas! Again, I feel like we are all winning with these little green things.

Snapeas Crisps have 15 grams carbs, <1 gram sugar and 3 grams of fiber for about 22 pieces. That is a Belly Fat Cure S/C Value of 0/1. Honestly, I usually split a bag of these with kids or some else and call it 1/1. It also has 4 grams of protein and contains iron and calcium, so even though its not as good as eating actual peas, I feel okay about it. I'm pretending like these are actually contributing to good health, but I think they are a better choice than potato chips for me and my family.

Do you have a favorite snack that fits into Jorge Cruise's Belly Fat Cure or other low sugar/carb diets? I'd love for you share you snack ideas here! If you would like to a product review of something I haven't covered, please email me HERE or leave a comment with your contact info.

12 comments:

  1. I have seen those before but because they are peas - just passed them up. I am gonna have to try them. :-)

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  2. Wow I had no idea that the snapea's were belly friendly. I think my only problem would be not eating the whole bag in one sitting, they are just that tasty. Thank you for sharing Amber :)

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  3. Oh, we LOVE LOVE LOVE those too!!!!!!!!! my husband does the JC belly fat diet too, so this is great info! thank you :)
    cm

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  4. I will have to try them out! Yum!

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  5. My kids adore those snapeas. They don't taste like peas at all and I can buy them at Trader Joes down here in SoCal. TJ's also has dried seaweed sheets which have almost no carbs and no sugar. You can eat the whole bag and it's less than 0/1.......but only if I hide them and the kids don't eat them first :)
    Carey

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  6. I really love John Wm Macy's Cheese Crisps from Costco. They are a sourdough, Asiago cheese crisp. Totally addictive. A 28g/1oz serving has 0 sugar and 15g carbs, no fiber unfortunately.

    Kim

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  7. Hmm...who woulda thought???! Thanks for the review. Might have to check & see if they are avaialable up here. Im not a big fan of peas but if they taste different, thats a bonus!

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  8. Great review Amber. I will look for these. Of course in PA I can never find any of the good stuff you guys talk about. Our whole foods doesn't even carry sugar free clemmy o's!

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  9. Pattie, I bet you can find these, but let me know! Trader Joes, my awful local chain and the mom and pop veggie mart all carry them here.

    Thanks for all your comments and snack sharing!

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  10. Love those snapeas! I found them at Whole Foods and Schnucks Grocery Store. Don't forget Pirates Booty with 18 total carbs and 2 sugar available at Kroger Superstore, Whole Foods, and even Walgreens! Also, 27 Cheese Its has 17 total carbs and 0 sugar!

    Amber, I love regularly checking in for your updates! Thanks for encouraging ALL of us!

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  11. Thanks for the list of other places to find the snapeas! That is great! We love the Pirates Booty, sometimes a little to much. But a good reminder I should do a review on them too!

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  12. This is a yummy post. I am also love these little Snapea Crisps for a snack in place of chips. I will be coming back in a bit, thanks for the great post!

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