Sometimes that break from routine also instigates a break from healthy eating patterns. I know there are so many fun summer treats, but there are also a lot of healthier summer snacks too! This summer, Van’s Natural Foods offers healthy new snacks with its all-natural, nutrition-packed whole grain snack bars and crackers. These portable treats – perfect for day camp backpacks, family road trip snacks, pool totes or beach bags – offer a delicious and nutritious way to snack that the whole family can enjoy.
One common misconception with healthier snacks is that they just don't taste good. Well, I can vouch for these - they taste amazing!
Van’s Whole Grain Crackers are deliciously light and perfectly crispy. My favorite is the Say Cheese! flavor. These are so lick-your-fingers cheesy!! They are baked with nutrient-rich whole grains, including gluten free oats, brown rice, millet, quinoa and amaranth. Besides, the Say Cheese! variety, they are also available in two other flavors – Multigrain and Lots of Everything! These crackers are all made with 16 grams of whole grains per serving – and no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Love that!
Van’s Whole Grain Snack Bars in chewy, delicious Chocolate Chip, Cranberry Almond and Peanut Butter Chocolate, are perfect for breakfast on-the-run, snack-time or an anytime nutritious treat. Baked with real, all-natural ingredients and nutrient-rich whole grains, the bars have 8-10 grams of whole grains and 4 grams of fiber per serving. These are also gluten free and very tasty indeed!
Plus, you've got to try their new gluten free cereals - Cinnamon Heaven and Honey Nut Crunch. I don't eat cereal anymore, but I couldn't help but snack on this cereal by the hand full. With 17g of nutrient-rich whole grains and 5g of fiber per serving, Van’s new gluten free cereals are great for breakfast or a snack anytime.
Check out all Van's new gluten free snacks here, and have a wonderful summer!
Cara was provided products for review. No other compensation was given. All opinions expressed are 100% her own.