On the way back from the airport in Denver we stopped at Fort Collin's Whole Foods to stock up and I picked up a bag of Skinny Crisps for us to try/snack on. My mom recently discovered that she is gluten intolerant, so these looked like a good treat to share-vegan, lower calorie, and gluten free! Of course I picked the Chocolate Chip Brownie flavor and I'm sure glad I did. These were phenomenal!! Thin, crispy crackers with a great chocolate flavor and sprinkles on top!! They are low carb, high fiber, and the ingredients are: Almonds, chickpea flour, golden flax seeds, psylium husks, unsweetened cocoa powder, sea salt, turbinado. Delightful! You can order them off their website or check out retail locations!
I didn't get to try to other flavors but they also sell: Plain, Toasty Onion, White Sesame, Seeded (fennel, black & white sesame), Cinnamon Crisps and Sweet & Spicey BBQ
I also tried Zevia-an all-natural soda line sweetened with stevia-my all-time favorite sweetener!! I opted for the Cola flavor, and two friends pickout out the Lemon-Lime and Rootbeer.
I think rootbeer was my favorite flavor, but they were all good, and had none of the bitterness that can sometimes accompanies stevia. The sodas come in Orange, Black Cherry and GingerAle.
Question: Are you a soda, pop or coke kinda person? In Wyoming its Pop. I came to Boston, was made fun of for calling it Pop and switch to the more "eloquent" "soda." Come back to Wyoming, freshman christmas, and was teased for calling it soda. (all in good fun of course!). So now i switch back in forth between the two, depending on my mood and location. I have never understood calling all carbonated beverages coke. but whatever makes you happy!!
Hope you're having a Wonderful Wednesday! I'm off to teach spin and then to the beach!! And maybe Harry Potter tonight! (or bruno, we'll see!)