The wife and I are snack-a-holics. We eat more small things throughout the day than actual prepared meals so when I got the offer to sample six flavors of The Harvest Snaps. It was kind of a no-brainer. I used to purchase a similar variation of these at Earthfare, but they were only offered in the plain salted kind.
Harvest Snaps formerly known as Snapea Crisps offer more variety, all which are pretty tasty. The Snap Pea crisps flavors come in lightly salted, caesar, wasabi ranch, and black pepper. The Lentil Snaps offer tomato basil and onion thyme. I barely got to try the Lentil Snaps because my wife, Jenna, enjoyed them so much.
Harvest Snaps are a great way to replace some of your greasier potato chip options without sacrificing flavor. Their light, airy and shatter in your mouth upon first bite, and I think the kids might like them. Snapea Crisps are derived from naturally dried peas which accounts for 70% of the product. And the Lentil Snaps are 65% dried lentils and contain 5g of protein and 13% of your daily fiber. Not to mention, these bad boys are baked, not deep-fried which makes them lower in fat and sodium. Score!Also, Harvest Snaps are gluten-free which put a huge smile on Jenna’s face. If you know anyone who lives a gluten-free lifestyle then you know how hard it is to find a good snack. And if you want to get creative; I believe Harvest Snaps would be a great alternative to croutons for your salad topper or even a crunchy addition on top of a bowl of soup. If you’re craving these like I am now, head over to their Facebook page, and like them for a BOGO coupon. You won’t regret it.
Have you had these before? If so, what’s you’re favorite flavor and how do you incorporate them into your weekly snack plan?
3 thoughts on “product review: Harvest Snaps”
oooh – I love Snapea Crisps, but had no idea there were new flavors out there. Must try!
Charles I have never had these delicious looking little snacks but will definitely try them out. I don’t eat many snacks but these look just dandy!
Teresa they are delicious. The simply salted, and the onion and thyme are our favorites, and you might want to steer clear of the wasabi ranch, unless you’ve got a stuffy nose 😉