Nowadays, snacks are pretty easy to come by. You can walk into the grocery store and find bags and bags of cookies, chips, crackers, bars and everything in between. But something that’s definitely harder to find is good quality options. And that’s where Made in Nature comes in handy. Whenever you pick up one of their bags of dried fruit or coconut chips or kale chips, you know you’re going to get organic snacks that are completely free of artificial additives, colors and flavors, GMOs, and synthetic preservatives, pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers. They remove all the sketchy stuff and keep only the clean ingredients that nature intended!
I’ve been working with Made in Nature for a while now and have been amazed by the quality of their products. And since I’m constantly traveling, their snacks have been lifesavers month after month. They offer kale chips, coconut chips, dried fruit, nut fusions, figgy pops, and now veggie pops. And everything I’ve tried has been so incredibly fresh and satisfying, which is highly needed while traveling all day long.
Some of my favorite products from Made in Nature is their coconut chips. I’m OBSESSED with coconut chips. It’s one of my favorite snacks to have on hand for a perfect boost of long-lasting energy. And they have the most unique coconut chip flavors on the market. They offer Spiced Cocoa, Ginger Masala Chai, Toasted Cinnamon, Maple Vanilla and Italian Espresso. And the coconut chips are created with the BEST ingredients. In the Spiced Cocoa, you’ll find the most simple and organic ingredients – organic dried coconut strips, organic maple syrup, organic cocoa powder, organic vanilla bean extract, organic cardamom, sea salt, organic cayenne. I love that they use maple syrup as their sweetener instead of processed sugar like most on the market.
And their dried fruit is so damn good! I’m not big into fruit, but their dried apricots and mission figs are fantastic. I’ve been keeping a bag in my purse lately to have as a quick snack after a workout and it’s the perfect easy carbohydrate to fuel back up with. If you ever take a look at the ingredients in most dried fruit, it almost always includes some sort of sugar. But not with Made in Nature. Their dried fruit includes simply the fruit itself and only a few include lemon juice or apple juice.
And one of the coolest snacks they just recently came out with are their Veggie Pops. These crunchy snacks are made with real, whole food like chickpeas, broccoli, kale, carrots, almonds, seeds, and spices. Each bite is packed full of plant-based protein, fiber, and vitamins. And in each crunchy ball, you’ll get tons of veggies such as kale, bell peppers, cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. They offer three different flavors at the moment including Broccoli Chedda, ’Sour Cream’ and Onion, and Salt & Pepper. And for the entire bag, it’s only 450 calories! Not only will you get tons of veggies in your diet with the Veggie Pops, but you’ll get 8 grams of protein per serving and 4 grams of fiber!
It may be easy to find snacks whenever you’re at the grocery store, but there are definitely no veggie-filled snacks like these on the market! Made in Nature wants to make sure you know exactly what is in your snacks and they want you to feel good when you’re eating them. They’ve been making real food snacks for more than 25 years and they want to do right by our planet and the people in it, which is why they create only the best for their customers. And these new Veggie Pops are going to get you excited about snacking again, with no guilt involved! If you’re ready to get your hands on the Veggie Pops, you can get them now on the Made in Nature website or in-store at Sprouts Farmers Market! Plus you can find a ton of their other snacks at most grocery stores in the snack isle! Do yourself a favor and try some of their products out. They will be major lifesavers while traveling or when you’re stuck in traffic on your way home from work!
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