This post is sponsored by Annie Chun’s.
We have been using a variety of Annie Chun’s products for a while now. Annie Chun’s is the maker of many delicious Pan-Asian meals and snacks. Zoe loves to eat the sticky rice, and I love it because their products are convenient and healthy. With it being the holiday season, kicking off of course with Halloween we need healthier snack options. I’m fine with the kids having unhealthy snacks every now and then but I’d much rather them get healthy snacks. I’m also that mom that makes Halloween candy just disappear one night. Annie Chun has these new seaweed snacks that are perfect as an alternative to the missing candy. They are also perfect to throw in those bento boxes, or whatever lunch you create for your kids school lunches.
The Seaweed Crisps are classic seaweed snacks, layered over hearty brown rice crisps to make Seaweed Crisps. They’re bite-sized, oven-baked, and only 80 calories per serving. They are a healthy tasty snack!
Seaweed Crisps are conveniently packed, bite-sized, and satisfying, a bag of any flavor of Annie Chun’s Seaweed Crisps will keep your snack cravings at bay. They come in three different flavors: spicy Gochujang, savory Original, and smoky Korean BBQ Style flavors, there’s an Annie Chun’s Seaweed Crisp to satisfy any snack craving. They are Vegan and gluten free and have no cholesterol. They are crunchy which is appealing to me, while not being fried. They are oven-baked. Annie Chun’s Seaweed Crisps deliver tasty flavors without the excess calories or fat of traditional on-the-go snacks.
After trying all of the flavors I would have to say that my favorite flavor, I expected to be the smoky Korean BBQ Style, and as much as I did like it, I liked the spicy Guchujang flavor even more. I’m really excited to have these snacks for the kids and for me. The crunch makes me feel like I’m getting a chip instead of just something healthy.
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