So do you remember when I posted about 10 healthy snack packages from Walmart and also snack options from Target?
I found it fitting to include Trader Joe’s of course. After all, it is my go-to spot.
1) Apple + Mango Fruit Bar
Although there are four fruit bar flavors, I chose to profile the Apple and Mango. Tis my fave.
And check out the ingredients. All 2 of them. Yes that matters. Should be two. Apple and Mango. And for $1.00? all around winner.
2) Fruit Bar with Flax & Chia Seeds
For those that want to step up their health game we have the fruit bar except for this time it is laced with chia and flax.
Another fantastic nutrition profile. Also, like the Apple + Mango Bar above, only a buck.
3) Roasted Seaweed Snack
Okay you have probably seen these around. If you have already tried them and didn’t like them, I highly suggest you give it another shot. These are completely vegan, because seaweed is a “sea vegetable”, and a super source of iodine. Also only a $1.00.
4) Inner Peas
Ive always been a fan of these. Either straight from the bag, or tossed on a salad for crunch. It all works.
And really…it’s just peas. Go ahead, eat the whole bag. Not judging.
5) Just Mango Slices
Just Mango Slices. Sometimes dried fruits have a bunch of added sugars. But these babies are, yup…Just Mango. A good alternative to the real thing.
Great nutrition profile as well.
6) Roasted & Salted Pistachios
Pistachios. I push these on people. A lot. High Fiber, Plant protein. And only with a touch of salt.
7) Roasted Plantain Chips
Might be my favorite TJ’s snack so far. I dip these in almond butter or guacamole and I feel like I’ve died and gone to plantain heaven. And these are under $2. Seriously. Try them.
8) Inner Bean
Yes, these look strangely familiar and that’s because they are Inner Peas’ long lost cousin. Big difference is that these babies are made with black beans instead of peas. For $1.50? Definitely worth a toss into your cart. Tired of your carrots and hummus? Try these dippers instead.
9) Cold Pressed Juice
Okay green juices are all the rage, don’t you know??? This product is cold pressed and what that basically means is that when it is processed, there is no heat generated therefore leaving all of the awesome plant enzymes intact and ready for you! These things are $5, which may seem hefty but when is the last time you bought a cold pressed juice for that price?
And for those that just can’t do the green juices? There are two other Cold-Pressed options: Red and Yellow Juices that have a little less punch.
10) Seasoned Kale Chips
Have you made kale chips at home? Not hard, but slightly time-consuming. These things are so good and when you are in a pinch for time, a great alternative. And for the bargain price of $4.00. I have seen some stores sell the same-sized pouch for $8.
What would you add to this list??